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NASHVILLE (RNN) - Kentucky won its fourth straight game on the back of Willie Cauley-Stein's 15 points on Saturday, taking down Vanderbilt 71-62.

Julius Randle only scored seven, but he pulled down 11 rebounds for the Wildcats (12-3). Aaron Harrison scored 14 points, and Andrew Harrison had 10.

A trio of players for the Commodores (8-6) scored all but 10 of their points, but the team was playing with a seven-man rotation and got only three points from the bench.

Damian Jones contributed a game-high 18 points for Vandy. Both Dai-Jon Parker and Kyle Fuller scored 17 points.

The Commodores matched the Wildcats shot-for-shot from the field, but Kentucky hit seven more free throws and held a rebounding advantage of 13.

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