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Cards explode for 59 in 2nd half to beat UK
Juan Palacios and Jerry Smith had 17 points each to pace Louisville. Terrance Williams added 15, and Andre McGee and Edgar Sosa chipped in 11 and 10, respectively.
For Kentucky, Ramel Bradley was one of only two Wildcats in double figures, leading all scorers with 27. It marked the third consecutive game Bradley has scored more than 20 points. Joe Crawford added 19. No other Wildcat managed double figures, and leading scorer Patrick Patterson was held to just 3-14 shooting for six points before fouling out with under two minutes to play.
The loss moves Kentucky to 6-7 on the season, and will next face undefeated Vanderbilt (14-0) in the SEC opener next Saturday. Louisville's record improves to 10-4 (0-1).
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