Kentucky put together their best all-around game in their 86-52 win over South Carolina on February 4. Terrence Jones dominated the first half, scoring all 16 of his points in the first 20 minutes. He added six rebounds and four assists to his final stat line.
It was obvious that when Jones was aggressive, Kentucky as a team was better on offense. But how much better? More importantly, how much does Terrence Jones' play affect Kentucky's win margin?
In this article, I researched (via ESPN.com's team statistics) just how much Kentucky's margin of victory was affected by Terrence Jones and the other five players that have started games for John Calipari, when they score more than 15 points in a game.
I have double-checked every statistic, but if you see any errors feel free to let me know.