LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Coach John Calipari will have one thing in mind Wednesday afternoon when No. 10 Kentucky meets Winthrop at Rupp Arena - improved 3-point defense.
"You keep drilling it and talking about it," Calipari said Tuesday. "They're going to get it. You try to push it along, but they're going to get it on their terms. That's how this stuff goes."
Through the first four games, Kentucky (3-1) ranks No. 343 out of 351 teams nationally in 3-point defense. Opponents have made 43-of-99 long-range shots, good for 43.4 percent.