It was always going to be a season of growing pains for Kentucky. The Wildcats came into the campaign as inexperienced as they’ve ever been under John Calipari — as inexperienced as any team in the country. There was plenty of talent on the roster, but it wasn’t the sure-fire, one-and-done lottery pick types that had become commonplace in Lexington. Heading into November, we didn’t really know how good Kentucky would be this season. Two months later, we still don’t. Kentucky has faced three major-conference teams this season. The Wildcats lost to Kansas in Chicago back at the Champions Classic;

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