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Jordan Prather-USA TODAY Sports
Per LSUSports.net: The LSU Tigers battled with Kentucky for the full 40 minutes in its first league road test of the season, before falling to the Wildcats, 74-71, Tuesday night at Rupp Arena.

KJ Williams had a strong night for the Tigers making 8-of-13 field goals, including four treys and three free throws to lead all scorers in the game with 23 points.

The game marked the first time all season that LSU had more than three players in double figures as Adam Miller had 15 points on five three-pointers, while reigning SEC Player Trae Hannibal hit 5-of-6 field goals in getting back-to-back double figure games in the league with 12 points and Cam Hayes added 11.

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HarveyTunnel14 months
Well coached, talented team.
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RaginTXTiger14 months
After watching this game, I truly feel LSU made a solid hire in McMahon. After having 0 scholarship in April, McMahon assembled a team of hustlers and unselfish players. The future is bright for LSU sports.
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NPComb14 months
There’s always baseball season
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BleedgurpleTX14 months
This guy! He’s such a bright spot!
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southsidedell14 months
Baseball will underperfom too dont worry.
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southsidedell14 months
Baseball will underperform too dont worry.
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lathoroughbred14 months
Haven't been able to watch any Tigers basketball games yet it appears that the coaching hire was a good one. Go Tigers!!
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KennabraTiger14 months
Geaux*
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