Kentucky Basketball: Mismatches Wildcats Are Dreading in 2014-15

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Kentucky Basketball: Mismatches Wildcats Are Dreading in 2014-15
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It might be shocking to fans of Kentucky basketball, but there will be mismatches in the 2014-15 season. Not just ones the Wildcats will be giving their opponents, either.

With an incredibly tough nonconference schedule that includes the likes of Texas, North Carolina, UCLA, Kansas and Louisville coupled with conference games, there isn't a walk in the park this year for Kentucky. Each team the Wildcats play poses a threat, whether it's a dominant center, a point guard who can control the tempo of the game or a wing player who can score both inside and out. 

Sure, Kentucky is deep this year, with an expected rotation of 10 players, nine of which are McDonald's All-Americans and the other player being junior Willie Cauley-Stein. But there are a couple weaknesses on the roster that could be exploited by other talented teams, especially early in the year.

This slideshow will take a look at the individual players who pose a possible mismatch for the Wildcats in 2014-15. 

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