That's not going to do much to quiet the hype.
The University of Kentucky basketball team's most talked-about freshmen of the preseason, guard James Young and forward Julius Randle, put on a show and the Wildcats' likely starting five dominated the Blue-White scrimmage Tuesday night in Rupp Arena.
Kentucky mixed and matched rosters, so Blue's 99-71 win over White is inconsequential. What matters is that Young, once a forgotten member of the Cats' historic recruiting class who has emerged as the star of early practices, looked exactly as advertised: the best player on the floor. He went off for 25 points on 11-of-16 shooting and had seven steals, three assists, three rebounds and a block.
"I had a lot of confidence, but I guess it's just growing even more," Young said. "I can play with these guys, too, and people are finally noticing that."
Randle wasn't far behind. He delivered a series of maneuvers that belied his 6-foot-9, 250-pound size. Two spectacular dunks and plenty of ou...