By NOEY KUPCHANSTATS Writer
If his latest effort is any indication, it's safe to say preseason All-American Terrence Jones is rounding back into form.
That doesn't bode well for Auburn, which knows all too well of Jones' tremendous ability.
Seeking a season best-tying eighth consecutive victory, No. 2 Kentucky looks to extend its winning streak versus the Tigers to 13 as the teams meet Wednesday night at Auburn Arena.
Aside from a last-second 73-72 loss at Indiana on Dec. 10 in which the sophomore had four points and six turnovers in 28 minutes, the Wildcats (15-1, 1-0 SEC) cruised through their non-conference schedule. Kentucky picked up right where it left off in Saturday's SEC opener, beating South Carolina 79-64 behind a game-high 20 points from Jones.
"We will be an excellent team if he keeps playing like that. He is a weapon on the floor," freshman standout Anthony Davis said.
Jones, who missed two games after dislocating his left pinky on his shooting hand versus Chatta...