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Who would win this matchup?

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Who would win this matchup?

Wildcats vs the team listed bellow == Who would win? (IOP)

Keith Appling

G

6-1

180

02/13/92

2014

Michigan State
Detroit, MI

James Bell

G

6-5

225

01/07/92

2014

Villanova
Orlando, FL

Anthony Brown

G

6-6

200

10/10/92

2014

Stanford
Huntington Beach, FL

Jahii Carson

G

5-11

160

08/31/92

2011

Mesa H.S./*Arizona State
Phoenix, AZ

Tim Hardaway, Jr.

G

6-5

185

03/16/92

2014

Michigan
Miami, FL

Joe Jackson

G

6-0

175

02/08/92

2014

Memphis
Memphis, TN

Jeremy Lamb

G

6-5

185

05/30/92

2014

Connecticut
Norcross, GA

Meyers Leonard

C

7-0

240

02/27/92

2014

Illinois
Robinson, IL

Khyle Marshall

F

6-7

210

03/01/92

2014

Butler
Davie, FL

Doug McDermott

F

6-7

210

01/03/92

2014

Creighton
Ames, IA

Tony Mitchell

F/C

6-9

220

04/07/92

2014

North Texas
Dallas, TX

Patric Young

F/C

6-9

245

02/01/92

2014

Florida

Jacksonville, FL


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Wow that team totally had me

Wow that team totally had me confused at first

So you would start:

Pg. Appling

SG. Lamb

SF. Hardaway

PF. Mcdermott

C. Leonard

6. Jackson

7. Young

8. Mitchell

9.Brown

10. Marshall

I think that team would certainly have a chance against Kentucky, but to be honest I think they would have serious issues stopping anybody. They definitly would struggle rebounding against UK due to running a lot of 3 guard lineups and a stretch 4 type guy in Mcdermott or Mitchell.

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^ that team is the Fiba Under

^ that team is the Fiba Under 19 team that lost to Jonas Valanchunis and Lithuania - JV avraged 20+ppg and 10+ RPG and 3+ bbp (MVP) ..... there wore debates on weather that Lithunian under 19 team could win a NCAA tittle so i guess they could have gave Kentucky a run for their money....would be interesting to watch.

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