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ATLANTA -- Kentucky couldve cut the nets down at halftime. Actually, the Wildcats probably wouldve been good skipping the ceremony altogether. A South Regional title is fine, but what matters to this bunch of future NBA stars is breaking out the scissors in the Big Easy. Top-seeded Kentucky advanced to the Final Four for the second year in a row with a 82-70 blitzing of Baylor, setting up a Bluegrass showdown with rival Louisville in the national semifinals Saturday at New Orleans. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist scored 19 points, Anthony Davis added 18 points and 11 rebounds, and Terrence Jones dazzled in all the overlooked areas to lead the Wildcats (36-2) on Sunday. For all the hoopla sure to surround the next game in its basketball-crazed state, Kentucky wont consider the season a success unless it wins two more games -- culminating in a national title. "Im not satisfied yet," Kidd-Gilchrist said. This group sure has the look of a champion, shaking off an early blow by the Bears (30-Cool -- a very good team with a daring fashion sense that was simply no match for coach John Caliparis latest group of Fab Freshmen. Kentucky took control with an early 16-0 run and led by 20 at halftime. "This team is better than I thought," Baylor coach Scott Drew said. "This is the best team we faced all year ... probably in a couple of years." Two years ago, Baylor lost to eventual national champion Duke in another regional final. "Duke was a good team," Drew said, "but Kentucky is better." The Wildcats beat Louisville 69-62 on New Years Eve, but now theyll meet with the highest stakes ever. Kidd-Gilchrist shrugged when someone asked about playing the Cardinals. "Im just worried about us," he said. "Thats it. I dont worry about anybody else." Calipari, in his third season at Kentucky, just keeps recruiting the best high school players in the land, moulds them into a top team, then sends most of em on to the NBA. Then he starts the whole process over again. "There are some opinions that will never change," Calipari said. "All Im trying to do is coach these young people. Im trying to do the best job for these kids and their families." Two years ago, John Wall led Kentucky to the regional final. Last season, Brandon Knight helped guide the Wildcats to the Final Four. Now, with those guys in the NBA and Kidd-Gilchrist and Davis stopping off for what could be their only season in Lexington, Big Blue has a shot at what those last two teams failed to do -- bringing Kentucky its first national title since 1998. But for all the talk about Caliparis one-and-done tactics, hes getting plenty of contributions from those who hung around beyond their freshmen year. Take Jones, a sophomore forward who passed up the draft. He scored just one point in the opening half, but his fingerprints were all over Kentuckys dominating performance: nine rebounds, six assists, three blocks and two steals and -- most in the first 10 minutes. "I was just trying to be aggressive early," Jones said. "That allowed me to get in great position for rebounds and to lead the fast break." Then theres Darius Miller, one of only two seniors on the roster. He gave up his starting role to Kidd-Gilchrist in this one -- Kentucky essentially has six starters -- but added four points, two assists and two steals in the first-half blowout. At one point, Kidd-Gilchrist had as many points as Baylors entire team: 17 apiece. Kentucky led 42-22 at the break and Baylor never got any closer than 10 points the rest of the way. "Its kind of hard to play us," Davis said. "Were very long and very athletic. It makes it tough on the other team." The Wildcats left New Orleans earlier this month disappointed with a loss in the Southeastern Conference championship game. That ones long forgotten. A national championship has been the goal all along. "Its a great feeling to be part of something special," Davis said. Quincy Acy led Baylor with 22 points, and Pierre Jackson added 21. Not enough. Not nearly enough. "Theyre a great team," Acy said. "Theyve got some good some good dudes down there." With Baylors Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III cheering on the Bears from the stands, Acy tried to send a message early on that Baylor would not be intimidated by the Wildcats. Jones was in the clear and going in for a fastbreak layup when the 235-pound Acy came up from behind, took a whack at the ball but mainly just crashed into the Kentucky player, sending him flying into the Baylor cheerleaders along the baseline. Jones was OK, and the officials doled out a flagrant foul on Acy after looking at the replay. Jones made one of the free throws, Kentucky missed a jumper and the Bears, seemingly inspired by Acys bravado, ripped off an 8-0 run that led Calipari to call a quick timeout. He already had yanked Doron Lamb from the game for trying to make the highlight reels rather than taking a layup. The sophomore guard passed up a clear path to the basket, instead opting for a lob pass to the trailing Davis. The big man missed the dunk, hanging on the rim as Baylor grabbed the rebound and took off the other way for a basket. After Quincy Miller hit an uncontested 3-pointer from the top of the lane to give Baylor a 10-5 lead, Calipari lashed into his young team. "I told them weve got to step on the gas here," he said. Boy, did they respond. Sixteen consecutive points, an NBA-like display of defensive dominance and easy baskets that sent the Georgia Dome, and the predominantly blue-clad crowd, into a frenzy. Cat-Lanta, indeed. Too bad RGIII couldnt suit up for the Bears, who couldnt wear the neon-green home uniforms they had specially made for the tournament. As the lower-seeded team, they switched to another special uniform, this one black and camouflage with neon trim. Turns out, blue was the dominant colour. Jones displayed his all-around game, coming up with three steals and swatting away a shot by 5-foot-10 Pierre Jackson like this was a game between men and boys. Kentucky fed off his defence, running the court at every opportunity for layup after layup. Kidd-Gilchrist had three of them, along with a slam by Davis. Miller hit a jumper and freshman Kyle Wiltjer knocked down a 3-pointer, pumping his fist and smiling as he trotted back down the court. There were plenty of smiles from the folks in blue, though Kentucky did get a scare early in the second half when Davis went down with an injured left knee. The 6-foot-10 freshman was driving to the basket when he banged knees with Baylors Perry Jones III, going down hard along the baseline. A hush fell over the massive stadium as Davis, writhing in pain, grabbed at his knee. Finally, he limped to the bench, but it was clear the injury wasnt too serious when the trainers kept flexing the leg, then rubbed it with an ointment to ease the pain. After just a few minutes, Davis got up and headed to the scorers table, checking back into the game. The Kentucky fans broke into a huge cheer of relief. Theres still work to do in the Big Easy.
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. Mike Babcock has turned to the Montreal Canadiens goalie over Roberto Luongo, who backed Canada to a gold medal in Vancouver in 2010, for Canadas final preliminary round game against the ailing Finns.
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. Then, just as her testimony was about to finish, she broke down in tears at what she said was the memory of the screams she heard on the night that the double-amputee athlete fatally shot his girlfriend in his South African home.
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. - Two Arizona Cardinals starters, running back Andre Ellington and right guard Paul Fanaika, have been ruled out of Sundays game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
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. -- Pittsburgh Pirates right-hander Jeff Karstens says that this spring hes got the mindset of a starting pitcher.
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. -- Texas Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus is dealing with soreness in his right forearm and will be sidelined for at least a few days.YANGMEI, Taiwan -- Suzann Pettersen had a hole-in-one and increased her lead to five strokes Friday after the second round of the LPGA Taiwan Championship. The defending champion aced the 133-yard second hole with a pitching wedge and finished with a 3-under 69 in swirling wind conditions to reach 7 under at Sunrise Golf and Country Club. "I called the shot. I hit it exactly how I wanted and was fortunate enough that I had a good break," the Norwegian star said. "It was a very good shot. Its nice to get a hole in one when you actually call the shot in advance and then pull the trigger." The second-ranked Pettersen was the only player in the 78-player field to break par in each round. "Today was a really tough day," Pettersen said. "The wind got stronger and stronger and its definitely not easy out there. The wind and the conditions test every aspect of the game. I mean, even an 80-yard shot, its challenging enough to control the spin and know what the ball is going to do. Standing over putts, you feel the wind on the body. Its a mental test out there but its a fun challenge. Ive been playing really solid golf, and Im excited too be where Im at after two days.dddddddddddd" She has three LPGA Tour victories this year, winning in Portland, Ore., and France in consecutive starts last month, and also won a Ladies European Tour event this year in China. "I think Im just getting to the point in my career that Id better just enjoy what I do," Pettersen said. "Im tough enough on myself that, I mean, I can grind it out on the course and kind of be focused. But Im trying to enjoy this ride, because I guess Im maturing and you actually realize that you are fortunate to do what you do." South Koreas Sun Young Yoo of South Korea and Spains Carlota Ciganda were tied for second. Yoo had a 69, and Ciganda shot 70. "I knew it was going to be windy today, so I just focused on where I want to start the ball, instead of focusing to getting close to the pin," Yoo said. Taiwanese star Yani Tseng, the 2011 winner, followed her opening 76 with a 78 to drop 17 strokes back. Winless in 41 LPGA Tour since the 2012 Kia Classic, she has tumbled from first to 25th in the world ranking in seven months. Torontos Rebecca Lee-Bentham is tied for 45th at 7-over 151.
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