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Wilbekin switches, Gators win SEC Tournament

Wilbekin switches, Gators win SEC Tournament

Kentucky had one chance to take the lead and walk out of the SEC Tournament championship game with a victory, and Florida guard Scottie Wilbekin knew right where they would go. After guarding James Young for most of the game, Wilbekin asked to switch onto Andrew Harrison. He knew where Kentucky was going and forced a stop, earning a 61-60 win for Florida on Sunday in Atlanta.

Andrew Harrison kept the ball and waited until the clock hit the five before driving to the basket. As he started his pursuit, Wilbekin never left his hip pocket. The senior guard forced Harrison to pass the ball to the perimeter, hitting James Young for a few dribbles before he slipped. Wilbekin pounced toward the ball as time expired, giving the Gators their first SEC Tournament championship...

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