BOISE, Idaho — Kentucky basketball’s streak of 1,047 consecutive game with a made 3-pointer, the longest such streak in the nation, was snapped Thursday night against Davidson in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Kentucky beat Davidson 78-70, but it was the Wildcats’ first game without a made three since a matchup with Seton Hall on Nov. 26, 1988. The streak of 1,047 games with a make from deep began two days later.
Kentucky headed to the line, up 68-59, 55.4 to go. Game is in hand, but how pissed are you the 3-point streak is about to end?
— Kyle Tucker (@KyleTucker_SEC) March 16, 2018
Kentucky was 0 of 6 from beyond the arc against Davidson. Meanwhile, Davidson was 11 of 33 from 3-point range.
The Wildcats advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. They’ll face either Arizona or Buffalo on Saturday.
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