Kentucky Basketball: 5 Things We've Learned About Wildcats in 2013-14

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Kentucky Basketball: 5 Things We've Learned About Wildcats in 2013-14
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Whether it's been poor free-throw shooting, giving up easy buckets in transition defense or not having all five players on the court play up to their abilities, it could be debated that the country hasn't seen the true 2013-14 version of Kentucky basketball.

It could also be argued that what we've seen is who the Wildcats are. A team that will beat teams it's better than, but lose to teams who are either superior to the Wildcats or will struggle if it finds itself in a hostile environment. 

As we head into the last couple of weeks of the regular season, there is still plenty to learn about Kentucky. The Wildcats are currently No. 18 in the country with a record of 19-6 overall and 9-3 in SEC play. It's expected Kentucky will finish second in the SEC during the regular season behind Florida after losing to the Gators by 10 at Rupp Arena on Saturday.

This slideshow will take a look at the five biggest lessons we've learned about Kentucky so far during the 2013-14 season.

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