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Final Four Preview: Kentucky Wildcats vs. UConn Huskies

Final Four March Madness Preview: Kentucky Wildcats vs. UConn Huskies
With all of the upsets in the 2011 NCAA tournament, the winner of this game will undoubtedly be the favorite to cut down the nest in Houston.
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Kentucky head coach John Calipari has experience playing in the Final Four, although he has yet to win one. In fact Calipari tied Rick Pitino as the only head coach to bring three different teams to the Final Four. The only difference is that UMass and Memphis had to vacate those appearances due to NCAA Violations. Calipari will look to keep this one as the Wildcats battle the Huskies.
The Wildcats have a superb point guard in Brandon Knight and will be motivated by his play at the point. He can dish the ball and is an electric scorer. Knight won two games in the tournament on last minute shots as they advanced to play in the final four.
The Wildcats were responsible for knocking out the best team in basketball, beating the No. 1 seeded Ohio State Buckeyes. Now they will have to bring that same intensity in the game against the Huskies.
The Huskies were considered a middle tier team in the Big East, but went on a run to win the conference tournament and have been winning ever since. Kemba Walker is the catalyst for this team and has the ability to make his own shots on any possession. The emergence of Jeremy Lamb has helped take the pressure of Walker, and the Huskies have the potential to win it all.
The game between the Wildcats and the Huskies will be a must watch, leading up to the national championship game.