Kentucky Basketball: The 5 Most Impressive Wildcats in 2013-14 Regular Season

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Kentucky Basketball: The 5 Most Impressive Wildcats in 2013-14 Regular Season
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Kentucky basketball isn't having the season it expected to have. With a preseason No. 1 ranking and the hope of winning the SEC regular-season title before heading into March with a No. 1 seed all but locked up for the NCAA tournament, this season feels like a let-down so far for the Wildcats.

With just one regular-season game left against rival Florida, Kentucky sits at 22-8 and 12-5 in SEC play. However, the Wildcats have struggled lately, going just 3-3 in their last six games with losses to South Carolina and Arkansas. 

While there are plenty of questions lingering around the Wildcats as they head into the postseason, there have been plenty of bright moments at the individual level this season. We'll take a look at the five most impressive Wildcats during the 2013-14 season. This slideshow will take in a variety of components including stats, responding to adversity and how they have fit their roles on the team. 

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