Antonio Reeves reaches scoring milestone vs LSU

BATON ROUGE, La. — On a night when he once again put on a clinic offensively, Rob Dillingham instead focused on his defense. Specifically, the final possession of Wednesday’s game. A play in which he admitted he “gave up,” believing Kentucky basketball had escaped with a one-point victory over LSU.

Instead, the Tigers turned the tables, as forward Tyrell Ward scored on a broken play as time expired to send the No. 17 Wildcats to a shocking 75-74 defeat at the Pete Maravich Center

“That was definitely on me a little,” Dillingham said, before correcting himself and saying “a lot” of blame for the loss was on his shoulders, despite scoring 23 points — and, mere moments earlier, nailing a jumper that put UK on top by a point.

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