0.78: Points per possession for Louisville. Louisville doesn't have a great offense (83rd nationally) but their previous low was 0.83 in a win over Arkansas State. It's their lowest since scoring 0.73 in last year's horrible home loss to Drevel.
0.87: Points per possession for Kentucky. Kentucky currently has the 7th ranked offense in the country and had only been held below a point per possession one time this season (in their win over ODU). It was the lowest output of the year, and matched their lowest scoring all of last season when they scored 0.87 in their loss against UConn in the Final Four.
4: Made field goals, in 23 attempts, for Peyton Siva and Chris Smith. The guard pair combined to shoot 3-16 (18.8%) on 2s and 1-7 (14.3%) on 3s.
6: Anthony Davis blocks. Davis displayed great touch on his blocks, and rather than swatting them into the stands he kept the ball in play and Kentucky took possession on 5 of his 6 blocks. Davis blocked Russ Smith three times, a...