Kentucky rallies, holds off Vols

Martin: Vols 'can't make excuses' for missed chances

Kentucky guard Darius Miller (1) and forward Anthony Davis (23), left and far right, seek to gain control of the ball while Tennessee guards Josh Richardson (1) and Cameron Tatum (23) look on at Thompson-Boling Arena in Saturday, Jan. 14, 2012.  Kentucky defeated Tennessee 65-62.  (ADAM BRIMER/NEWS SENTINEL)

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Kentucky guard Darius Miller (1) and forward Anthony Davis (23), left and far right, seek to gain control of the ball while Tennessee guards Josh Richardson (1) and Cameron Tatum (23) look on at Thompson-Boling Arena in Saturday, Jan. 14, 2012. Kentucky defeated Tennessee 65-62. (ADAM BRIMER/NEWS SENTINEL)

Cuonzo Martin on the Vols 65-62 loss to Kentucky

Kentucky stepped on the pedal about the same time Tennessee appeared to be running out of gas Saturday afternoon.

The No. 2-ranked Wildcats scored a 65-62 victory over the Vols before a capacity crowd of 21,678 at Thompson-Boling Arena that was patched with blue-clad Kentucky fans.

The loss snapped UT's five-game home win streak while the Wildcats came from eight points behind in the second half to win their ninth straight.

The Vols were playing on one day's rest after Thursday night's 62-58 loss at No. 20 Mississippi State.

UT coach Cuonzo Martin wouldn't acknowledge any road weariness, instead saying his team had plenty of opportunities.

"You can't make excuses; there were times we shoulda got offensive rebounds and times we got the ball knocked out of our hands and shoulda made layups," Martin said. "I feel like we have the ability. I think if you started the season right now, we're just as good as anybody as far as I'm concerned.

"We didn't go into this game thinking 'let's try compete against the No. 2 team in the country.' We have just as much right to win the game as they do."

Anthony Davis led Kentucky (17-1, 3-0 SEC) with 18 points and four blocked shots, and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist recorded a double-

double with 17 points and 12 rebounds.

Gilchrist's 3-pointer with 4:51 left gave the Wildcats a four-point lead and provided just enough of a cushion.

Jeronne Maymon had a double-double for the Vols (8-9, 1-2) with 15 points and 10 rebounds, and Cameron Tatum scored 16 points.

UT mid-term enrollee Jarnell Stokes, playing his first game after going through just three practices, had nine points on 4-of-5 shooting and four rebounds in the 17 minutes he played.

Tennessee led the majority of the game, up by as many as eight points as late as the 13:05 mark when Maymon scored on a three-point play to make it 47-39.

But a Davis three-point play with 12:47 left ignited a 13-3 Kentucky run that gave the Wildcats a 52-50 lead. Kidd-Gilchrist capped the big blue burst with a pair of free throws with 8:55 left.

A Kenny Hall dunk stopped the bleeding and tied the game at 52-52. But after the teams traded baskets, Marquis Teague hit a free throw at the 5:30 mark to give Kentucky the lead for good, as Kidd-Gilchrist followed with his key 3-pointer that made it 58-54.

Kentucky's lead swelled to 62-54 on a Davis hook with 52 seconds left.

UT had gone seven straight possessions without a point when Skylar McBee hit a 3-pointer with 37 seconds left to cut the lead to five.

The Vols were within 62-60 when Tatum drained a 3-pointer with 27.8 seconds left after Doron Lamb missed the front end of a one-and-one free-throw situation.

UK's Darius Miller, however, hit both ends of his one-and-one free-throw situation with 19.4 seconds left, pushing the lead back to four points.

Tatum's 30-foot attempt missed its mark, and Kidd-Gilchrist finished the Wildcats' scoring with a free throw.

Martin shouldered some of the blame for the Vols' late-game fade.

"I don't think we flowed as smoothly as we needed to, and I think we missed some wide-open threes as well," Martin said. "I don't think I did a good job of demanding we get the ball inside."

Kentucky made stopping UT point guard Trae Golden a priority and held the Vols' leading scorer to a season-low two points, well under his 14.9 points-per-game average.

Tennessee held a 34-28 lead at half on the strength of a 9-0 run heading into intermission.

Maymon scored 10 points and pulled down seven rebounds through the first 20 minutes, keeping the Vols' portion of the crowd into the game.

UT was up six when Stokes hit the first shot attempt of his career 34 seconds after entering the game.

Stokes drove right and hooked a shot over UK's 6-foot-11 center, Eloy Vargas, to make it 19-13 at the 10:44 mark.

Terrence Jones answered with a tip at the other end, but Stokes went right back at the preseason SEC Player of the Year, burying a 10-foot jumper over Jones to keep the lead at six.

"I don't really care what their record is," Kentucky coach John Calipari said. "(Tennessee) is an NCAA tournament team. Just win the games you're supposed to win."

The Vols return to action at 8 p.m. on Wednesday (TV: WVLT) at Georgia (8-7, 0-2) before returning home next Saturday to play defending national champion and 17th-ranked Connecticut (12-3) in a 4 p.m. tip (TV: WVLT).

Mike Griffith covers Tennessee men's basketball. Follow him at http://twitter.com/MikeGriffith32

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volsn3 writes:

great effort...we need shooters

TNVolunteers57 writes:

Man it's rough being a vols fan, but GBO!!

TheStupidPolice writes:

Great effort from the Vols today. We just don't have a perimeter scoring threat. If they could have kept Tobias Harris, UT would easily be a top 20 team. Jarnell is going to be special. He made a few mistakes against an uber-talented team, but he'll adjust to the speed and athleticism and will make UT a tough out come conference tourney time.

eduardo writes:

Anyone else about tired of seeing our pg make horrible decisions in the final 5 min.? Shooting a 3 down 1 in a tight game is not what you should be doing. Just didnt have an answer nor the fortitude to shut down Kidd Gilchrist. I def think we have a star in the making with Stokes. He has that extra something special you like to see in a player of that ilk. Maybe payback are heck in Lex. Our pg has to get his head on straight. Make the proper dec with the ball!

mocsandvolsfan writes:

What a great game!! Honestly before the game I was only hoping for not getting blown out at home. The perimeter players seemed tired 2nd half middle on. Really good inside game. Both teams. Golden was very concentrated on D and that turned out well but we did need more 3s. I can't believe I said that.
Great defensive struggle. We're getting there against great competition.

Katphan29 writes:

Great moral victory Tennessee. Your team played tough.

volaholic45 writes:

Hopeful for the future, but too bad about the missed opportunity.

0 for six minutes down the stretch was the killer - not Kentucky's defense either, as Bob & Bert claimed. Average shooting during that stretch would have won this game.

justafan4ut writes:

in response to eduardo:

Anyone else about tired of seeing our pg make horrible decisions in the final 5 min.? Shooting a 3 down 1 in a tight game is not what you should be doing. Just didnt have an answer nor the fortitude to shut down Kidd Gilchrist. I def think we have a star in the making with Stokes. He has that extra something special you like to see in a player of that ilk. Maybe payback are heck in Lex. Our pg has to get his head on straight. Make the proper dec with the ball!

The between the ears area at times seems as that they don't use this when it is the most important time to use it.

TNVolunteers57 writes:

I just wish that coach Martin would draw up more plays to get Mcbee some open 3's. He's a set shooter, so we need to draw up some more plays to get him coming off of screens for the open 3.

GBO!!!

eb502us#225637 writes:

Good effort and glad to see Stokes is the real deal.

One thing I still can't understand is how Martin can continue to play Tatum major minutes.

Yeah I know he hit a few 3's but how many times can he drive the lane and either get his shot blocked or turn it over. It's the same thing every game. He and his younger twin brother, Jordan McRae need to ride the pine for this team to move forward. Perhaps Stokes playing major minutes will force a well needed change to our rotation.

underthehill writes:

Stokes is some kind of talent..No reason for Vols to hang their head here..had a chance to beat what may be the most talented team KY has ever had..I like what I see building with Martin and the Vol basketball program..Could be ready by season's end to have a chance in the SEC tournament...

GloryDays writes:

We always beat you in football! Well most of the time.

TopTenn writes:

Next year we will be top 25. Stokes is a player. GBO

HtownVol writes:

Stokes in UNBELIEVABLE!!!!

He is the piece Tennessee needed. If we can get one more recruit that is a scoring guard, who can create his own shot then UT will be back in the top 25.

Stokes is a top 5 NBA pick in 2-3 years. ESPN seemed to think he will stay 3 years at least. We can only hope so.

I had my doubts but UT has one heck of a head coach in C Martin!

UT played with great energy and the difference is dramatic when we play with that level of effort.

It would help if Maymon and Hall were better at finishing plays. They left over 10 points on the floor by not making the shots in the paint.

Golden had a horrible game and UT still should have won.

What happened to McRae? He seems lost a lot of times.

ANYWAY, the future at UT is so bright with the great foundation led by Jarnell Stokes. I was amazed at his skill set.

Work some more kinks out in the game and UT is going to be a tough W for any team this season.

I look forward to being in the top 25 next season. Losing Woolridge (took 2 horrible 3's at the end today) and Tatum (hot and cold as anyone) will not be a setback with all the young talent gaining experience.

Oh, and Golden makes so many bad choices at the end of games. No hurry when we need to hurry and getting trapped into a no win situation. Golden needs to learn how to manage the game better.

GO VOLS!

overthetop writes:

Okay, now we have a serious baseline game. But if you don't have a point gaurd that knows what to do with the ball in the final minute of a close game, the power down low doesn't matter. We need a real leader out front. Great game but you had to figure how it would end. Just like the Mississippi St. game. Golden was lost.

BolivrBob writes:

Great effort. Tough loss. Kentucky is just good.

jt45 writes:

in response to TNVolunteers57:

I just wish that coach Martin would draw up more plays to get Mcbee some open 3's. He's a set shooter, so we need to draw up some more plays to get him coming off of screens for the open 3.

GBO!!!

I agree, he can hit the 3 but he needs some space. Tatum can shoot also every now and then, but his mistakes kill us sometimes. Great effort today and a good game all around. As usual Kentucky shot a ton of foul shots, it seems they get there more than any team I know of.

I dont think our team is last in the sec regardless of the outcome of this game I see them winning several home games before its over.

Colliervol writes:

Good effort by the Vols. Too many mistakes down the stretch to overcome against a team with that type of talent. (Note that I said TALENT and not coaching.) Looked to me like we ran out of gas coming off that game on Thursday night. Announcers said the team got home at 2 am yesterday morning so I suspect they got leg weary toward the end.

One fact to take away from the game. Jarnell Stokes is a stud. Book that. When he gets some experience and more stamina, look out. He made Terrence Jones look like the freshman after only four practices.

And by the way, how do Kentucky fans keep track of the players from year to year? They are in and out of school so fast, they must have the names velcroed to the jerseys for easy removal. (Is that Michael Walls or John Kidd-Gilchrist? I'm confused.) Allowing the one-and-done is still the biggest joke in colleges sports and Cal is the master of it. And yes, I say that about Tobias Harris and any of ours that do it.

volpreacher writes:

in response to TNVolunteers57:

Man it's rough being a vols fan, but GBO!!

explain please???? I mean we beat a top 15 team Florida, lose by 4 to a top 20 team Miss. St on the road, and lose to a top 5 team by 3 Kentucky and doing it with a new coach and basically whole new team.

Bubba_Knows writes:

It looked like Kenny Hall was going to take over the game and then he went cold. The fact that he was coming up huge along with the bad turnover by Stokes may be why Martin kept Stokes on the bench and stayed with the verterans. Either way, I think we will all agree that Stokes is a major talent - it is just a matter of time when SEC coaches will be staying up late at night trying to think of ways to defense this guy.

Orange_Pants_Buy_One_Get_One_Free writes:

in response to TopTenn:

Next year we will be top 25. Stokes is a player. GBO

Stokes may be gone next year. Hold that top 25 thought. You're still ut. Cellar dwellers.

RockVegas writes:

We could have won that game,Stokes is going to be a Beast once he settle in.I agree with you guys our point guard play and shooting needs alot of work,for us to win games.On the up side after all the mistakes we always be right there,I know it's alot of good players that want to be recruited by U.T because they know,they can come right in and play.A couple more big bodies that can score and we will be O.k sooner than later.T.Harris and S.Hopson I miss u guys and wish you well,but we would be ranked in the top 10 I know for sure with your talents but we'll be good soon....GBO

Bubba_Knows writes:

in response to volpreacher:

explain please???? I mean we beat a top 15 team Florida, lose by 4 to a top 20 team Miss. St on the road, and lose to a top 5 team by 3 Kentucky and doing it with a new coach and basically whole new team.

Well said Preacher. Nothing to be ashamed about today. Great team effort on defense. Great hustle. Stokes is a future star! Go Vols!

Ironcity writes:

Davis for UK is just a beast. I love what he has done this year but Golden really looks lost the last minute of every game. He has no sense of urgency or confidence at the end.

You can't help but be excited about Stokes. Also I like how aggressive our guys are starting to play (especially Hall and Richardson). Tough loss but I though UK won it more then we lost the game

jamgod writes:

The problem is our point guard play...and Tatum. Sure Tatum made a big three there near the end but stunk up most the game. Then when you need your point guard to drive on the basket he takes his sweet a-- time getting up the floor. I like CMArtin but untill we get a REAL point guard (we have not had one since....) we will continue too see games like this where it will be "Well, Tenn almost pulled it off." Granted KY way out talents us but if we have smarter plays from Golden and Tatum throughout the game we win this one in my opinion. OH well, here's to wishing Tatum hurries up and graduates and Martin finds a true point guard at some point. Golden just doesn't have the smarts of a true point guard or the know how of a true point guard and it really kills me watching the stupidity over and over again. But good game none-the-less. GBO!!!

HtownVol writes:

in response to Orange_Pants_Buy_One_Get_One_Free:

Stokes may be gone next year. Hold that top 25 thought. You're still ut. Cellar dwellers.

You are such a genius.

Stokes is NOT ALLOWED to enter the NBA draft until the 2013 draft.

Come back when you learn a thing or two.

17 games of a rebuilding season makes a team a "cellar dweller"? Do you remember 6 straight NCAA tournaments from UT?

Try again.

usnavyvolfan__times_free_press_can_shove_it writes:

Great game. Wasn't supposed to be this close, but the Vols hung tough on minimal rest! And Stokes did NOT disappoint! He will be a beast in the next few years ,and I like the Vols to be in the NCAA next year and several years after. I also expect recruiting to ramp up. CCM is a great hire, and knows how to keep this team together. Good game against an awesome UK team. GBO!!

SIMSVOL writes:

in response to TNVolunteers57:

Man it's rough being a vols fan, but GBO!!

you are an a@@#hole. Please turn in your Orange if you even have any at all. This is a great VOLS team and getting better every day. What a force they are going to be down the stretch! Martin is one hell of a coach!!! Go VOLS!!

TopTenn writes:

Maymon and Stokes were just dominating the paint.

HtownVol writes:

in response to jamgod:

The problem is our point guard play...and Tatum. Sure Tatum made a big three there near the end but stunk up most the game. Then when you need your point guard to drive on the basket he takes his sweet a-- time getting up the floor. I like CMArtin but untill we get a REAL point guard (we have not had one since....) we will continue too see games like this where it will be "Well, Tenn almost pulled it off." Granted KY way out talents us but if we have smarter plays from Golden and Tatum throughout the game we win this one in my opinion. OH well, here's to wishing Tatum hurries up and graduates and Martin finds a true point guard at some point. Golden just doesn't have the smarts of a true point guard or the know how of a true point guard and it really kills me watching the stupidity over and over again. But good game none-the-less. GBO!!!

There is a guy doing great with the Chicago Bulls nemed CJ Watson. He is and was a pretty good PG at UT.

I agree though, Golden is far from a point guard. He is very bad when he is not scoring and he has a low basketball IQ.

I dont know about taking Wes out of the rotation. He was our only other pg, Richardson is a ok player but not a PG. And McRae at PG is ugly.

I hope the Clemson transfer is a great one.

If Martin can recruit a top PG recruit then we will be so much better.

GO VOLS

Titan writes:

in response to Orange_Pants_Buy_One_Get_One_Free:

Stokes may be gone next year. Hold that top 25 thought. You're still ut. Cellar dwellers.

What a stupid trolling idiot you are - go learn the rules and come back later. Stokes can't go next year - idiot!

JCH0034 writes:

Thanks UT fans for tuning in, now go back to bi*ching about Dooley

born2ride writes:

Nice effort but Kentucky has better talent and coaching than Tennessee. Of course, Calipari is a cheater who put two schools on NCAA probation. It is just a matter of time before Cal gets caught again and UK has to vacate all the wins like Memphis and UMASS.

UK has a bunch of one and done players to replace all the one and dones who left last year. They will never win a national championship with freshmen.

The charge Stokes picked up was clearly a block, not a charge. The replay should Stokes was moving. Stokes will help inside but he had 3 turnovers and was consistently beaten on defense.

We can call this another moral victory since we did not get blown out.

Go Big Orange!

Thermopyle writes:

Stokes needs to start. Swiperboy needs to sit. UT has to find a point guard.

VolFanInTheBoro (Inactive) writes:

in response to Orange_Pants_Buy_One_Get_One_Free:

Stokes may be gone next year. Hold that top 25 thought. You're still ut. Cellar dwellers.

Hey WDD what about this thought: Vols 67 Gators 56

jamgod writes:

in response to Orange_Pants_Buy_One_Get_One_Free:

Stokes may be gone next year. Hold that top 25 thought. You're still ut. Cellar dwellers.

Yah...go head and run you piehole behind some buttons. At some point someone will findout who you really are and it probably won't be too pretty. Your probably just as big a joke away from the screen as you are on it!

VolFanInTheBoro (Inactive) writes:

in response to born2ride:

Nice effort but Kentucky has better talent and coaching than Tennessee. Of course, Calipari is a cheater who put two schools on NCAA probation. It is just a matter of time before Cal gets caught again and UK has to vacate all the wins like Memphis and UMASS.

UK has a bunch of one and done players to replace all the one and dones who left last year. They will never win a national championship with freshmen.

The charge Stokes picked up was clearly a block, not a charge. The replay should Stokes was moving. Stokes will help inside but he had 3 turnovers and was consistently beaten on defense.

We can call this another moral victory since we did not get blown out.

Go Big Orange!

almost complimentary from a scum bag

bpvol#216873 writes:

Defense kept the Vols in this game over a much more talented KY team. You could sense that any minute KY was going to go on a run.
Give the Vols credit. They did not give up and kept fighting.
That's what good coaching does.
Stokes. All I can say is WOW!

Volencheaters writes:

in response to born2ride:

Nice effort but Kentucky has better talent and coaching than Tennessee. Of course, Calipari is a cheater who put two schools on NCAA probation. It is just a matter of time before Cal gets caught again and UK has to vacate all the wins like Memphis and UMASS.

UK has a bunch of one and done players to replace all the one and dones who left last year. They will never win a national championship with freshmen.

The charge Stokes picked up was clearly a block, not a charge. The replay should Stokes was moving. Stokes will help inside but he had 3 turnovers and was consistently beaten on defense.

We can call this another moral victory since we did not get blown out.

Go Big Orange!

What do you know about what it takes? UT never been to a freaking finall 4? If you had to pick Uks freshman or your team? Ps play Stokes more

Volencheaters writes:

I like all the Uk cheater comments. Who's on probation again? Uk has the broom out. Football. Women's basketball. Now men's.

TheCopper writes:

in response to Orange_Pants_Buy_One_Get_One_Free:

Stokes may be gone next year. Hold that top 25 thought. You're still ut. Cellar dwellers.

Does your mommy know that you play on the computer while she is out on the street making a living?

born2ride writes:

in response to VolFanInTheBoro:

almost complimentary from a scum bag

You must be happy with a football team that went 1-7 and a basketball team that lost to Austin Peay and was blown out by Memphis. I want UT to have great coaches and win unlike you.

oldster writes:

A theme seems to be developing.

evilcarl writes:

in response to born2ride:

Nice effort but Kentucky has better talent and coaching than Tennessee. Of course, Calipari is a cheater who put two schools on NCAA probation. It is just a matter of time before Cal gets caught again and UK has to vacate all the wins like Memphis and UMASS.

UK has a bunch of one and done players to replace all the one and dones who left last year. They will never win a national championship with freshmen.

The charge Stokes picked up was clearly a block, not a charge. The replay should Stokes was moving. Stokes will help inside but he had 3 turnovers and was consistently beaten on defense.

We can call this another moral victory since we did not get blown out.

Go Big Orange!

Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't Tennessee on probation in 3 sports? 3? Give it a rest and look in the mirror, idiot.

Ironcity writes:

in response to jamgod:

The problem is our point guard play...and Tatum. Sure Tatum made a big three there near the end but stunk up most the game. Then when you need your point guard to drive on the basket he takes his sweet a-- time getting up the floor. I like CMArtin but untill we get a REAL point guard (we have not had one since....) we will continue too see games like this where it will be "Well, Tenn almost pulled it off." Granted KY way out talents us but if we have smarter plays from Golden and Tatum throughout the game we win this one in my opinion. OH well, here's to wishing Tatum hurries up and graduates and Martin finds a true point guard at some point. Golden just doesn't have the smarts of a true point guard or the know how of a true point guard and it really kills me watching the stupidity over and over again. But good game none-the-less. GBO!!!

You are so wrong about Golden. Its not smarts that he doesn't have. You don't lead the SEC in assists because you are making dumb plays. The issues he has stems from not having one other ball handler on the team. It would be nice if someone else could make a play with the ball in the back court once in a while. Tatum telegraphs every pass and no one can dribble the ball with any type of pressure on them.

I do think we could use another PG and I would love to see Golden play the two guard but unfortunately thats not going to happen unless that walk on Lopez or Washpun suddenly become ball players.

This team is really coming together and its really unfortunate that we have so many bad losses from early in the season. No excuse to lose to AP and Oakland. That said I like where this team is heading.

VolFaninDC writes:

in response to Bubba_Knows:

Well said Preacher. Nothing to be ashamed about today. Great team effort on defense. Great hustle. Stokes is a future star! Go Vols!

Well, I understand the frustration. We've not had a whole lot of wins to cheer about lately, just promises that at some point in the future, we will. Yeah, we beat Florida, but other than that, bball still has a ways to go to win consistently (remember, we lost to Austin Peay not too long ago), and football seems years away.

TNORANGEDOGDAD writes:

Stokes for real. Gonna be a beast in the paint. Probably could have used him against Miss. state the other night.

GhostofRobertNeyland writes:

in response to jamgod:

The problem is our point guard play...and Tatum. Sure Tatum made a big three there near the end but stunk up most the game. Then when you need your point guard to drive on the basket he takes his sweet a-- time getting up the floor. I like CMArtin but untill we get a REAL point guard (we have not had one since....) we will continue too see games like this where it will be "Well, Tenn almost pulled it off." Granted KY way out talents us but if we have smarter plays from Golden and Tatum throughout the game we win this one in my opinion. OH well, here's to wishing Tatum hurries up and graduates and Martin finds a true point guard at some point. Golden just doesn't have the smarts of a true point guard or the know how of a true point guard and it really kills me watching the stupidity over and over again. But good game none-the-less. GBO!!!

What he said

oldster writes:

in response to Thermopyle:

Stokes needs to start. Swiperboy needs to sit. UT has to find a point guard.

I agree. As a basketball player, Swiperboy is a great rapper. Points guards are hard to find and even harder to build. Look at the Lady Vols search and attempts to build one. They have finally found one and, if the twos and threes play up to their potential, she will take them to the heights. Golden must be built into a point. He was not born to the position, nor was he sufficiently trained to the position before he got here. Considering that, he does a wonderful job. I am not sure he will ever make it, but he is the best option we have at the moment. Moreover, he, like all the team under Martin, seem to be busting tail. GBO!

Orangeblood13 writes:

in response to eduardo:

Anyone else about tired of seeing our pg make horrible decisions in the final 5 min.? Shooting a 3 down 1 in a tight game is not what you should be doing. Just didnt have an answer nor the fortitude to shut down Kidd Gilchrist. I def think we have a star in the making with Stokes. He has that extra something special you like to see in a player of that ilk. Maybe payback are heck in Lex. Our pg has to get his head on straight. Make the proper dec with the ball!

Considering he's not really a pg, and our only option to control the ball, we do need a pg, true pg. golden is a 2, he needs help

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