After a roller coaster of a regular season, the 2013-14 Kentucky basketball team has finally found its groove in the postseason.
The Wildcats showed their complete game during their first two games of the NCAA tournament. In the second round game against Kansas State, Kentucky used stifling defense—for what seemed to be the first time all season—to move on. Kentucky held Kansas State to 23 percent from behind the arc and 35 percent from the field.
In their second game, the Wildcats played their most complete game of the year. Four players scored in double digits and all seven players who played serious minutes for Kentucky made a mark on the game. Kentucky also played its smartest game of the year, always looking for the smartest shot instead of forcing one for themselves.
This slideshow will take a look at the highs and lows Kentucky has experienced through its first two NCAA tournament games.