Kentucky Basketball: Wildcats' 5 Best Single-Game Performances in Past Decade

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Kentucky Basketball: Wildcats' 5 Best Single-Game Performances in Past Decade
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In the past 10 years, the Kentucky basketball program has continued to be one of the most prestigious and dominant programs in college basketball. A large part of this is due to the coaching of Tubby Smith and John Calipari. Heck, you could even say Billy Gillispie because of some dominant single-game showings while he was head coach.

Since 2003-04, the Wildcats have made three Final Fours and five Elite Eights. Throw in a championship in 2012 and a runner-up in 2014 and it's hard to debate the program's success. 

Besides the success of the team, players like Chuck Hayes, Rajon Rondo, Jodie Meeks, John Wall, Brandon Knight, Anthony Davis and Nerlens Noel have all had an impact and strong single-game performances. 

This slideshow will take a look at the five best single-game performances by a Wildcat over the last decade. Whether it's record-setting or impressive stats in a big game, the list will take all accounts into consideration. As always, leave your thoughts in the comments section.

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