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2012 NCAA Final Four, Kentucky: Anthony Davis Leads Star Studded Wildcats

It's certainly no surprise that the top-seeded Kentucky Wildcats have reached the Final Four. John Calipari's Wildcats have only lost two games all season -- and they've lost them by a combined eight points.

When the Wildcats tip-off against the Louisville Cardinals on Saturday, fans will be sure to keep an eye out on Anthony Davis, who is Kentucky's top player in nearly every category. Davis is averaging 14.3 points per game on the season. Davis is also Kentucky's top rebounder and shot blocker as well, averaging 10.1 rebounds per game and 4.6 blocks per game.

Without a doubt, Davis is Kentucky's top player -- though he's certainly not the only good player on Kentucky.

Perhaps the beauty of this Kentucky team is the depth, as Marquis Teague, Darius Miller, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Terrence Jones and Doron Lamb are all averaging at least ten points per game. Jones and Kidd-Gilchrist are both averaging over seven rebounds a game as well.

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