UCLA will almost certainly zone the whole game. Who would Alford guard man-to-man? I was traveling overseas when the teams met in December. Given the score, nobody's defense was that great. Kentucky's has improved. I'm sure UCLA's has as well. But on paper, UK should be the ideal team to slash into the seams of a 1-2-2, with Fox, Monk and Briscoe all capable of getting into the paint. I hope Cal is drilling them to only take the 3 when open after the defense collapses on a driver. If the Cats just pass it around the perimeter and chuck up a late shot, it'll be a long day.