UK Men's Basketball

April 5, 2011 11:44 AM

Why Brandon Knight's last three-pointer mattered

It may not have mattered to the outcome of the game, but Brandon Knight’s three-pointer at the end of Saturday’s national semifinal against Connecticut mattered in the UK record books. That last basket of the season gave the Cats a three-point season average of 39.74 percent, a school record. If Knight had missed the shot, the team’s percentage would have been 39.60, just below the 1995-96 record of 39.70.

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