www.BookMaker.eu Kentucky (37-2) is 110-46 in 53 appearances, with 15 Final Fours and championships in 1948, ’49, ’51, ’58, ’78, ’96 and ’98. Coach John Calipari is 37-13 in 14 NCAA tournaments with four Final Fours. Kansas (32-6) is 93-39 in 41 appearances, with 14 Final Fours and championships in 1952, ’88 and 2008. Coach Bill Self is 33-12 in 14 NCAA tournaments with two Final Fours and the title in 2008 at the Alamodome. Kentucky’s Anthony Davis, Terrence Jones and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist vs. Kansas’ Thomas Robinson and Jeff Withey. The battle in the lane could be epic but you have to give Kentucky the edge because of length and overall athletic ability. Davis showed again in the semifinal victory over Louisville how he affects a game on both ends of the floor. The 6-foot-11 freshman scored 18 points, grabbed 14 rebounds and blocked five shots. He was efficient on offense, hitting 7 of 8 field-goal attempts, and intimidating on defense as he altered as many shots as he blocked. Remember that he had 14 points, six rebounds and seven of Kentucky’s 13 blocks in a 75-65 victory over Kansas on Nov. 15 in Madison Square Garden. http

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