Basketball stats abbreviations
- MIN: Minutes played
- 2M-2A: Two-points field goal maid, attempted
- 3M-3A: Three-points field goal maid, attempted
- FG%: Field goal percentage
- 1M-1A: Free throws made, attempted
- 1%: Free throw percentage
- Or: Offensive rebounds
- Dr: Defensive rebounds
- Reb: Total rebounds
- Ast: Assists
- Stl: Steals
- Blk: Blocks
- Fo: Personal fouls
- Pts: Points scored
- Eff: Efficiency
If a player records double digits in a game in two of the PTS, REB, AST, STL or BLK statistics, he has a double-double. If he does it in three of this categories, he has a triple-double. If he does it in four categories he has a quadruple-double. Having a triple-double is considered as having a great game. Quadruple-doubles are extremely rare. Having one constitutes an historical performance. The last NBA player to record a quadruple double is David Robinson: it happened on February 17, 1994
Arkansas Razorbacks Vs Kentucky Wildcats
Bobby Portis scored 10 points or more for the 9th time in 11 NCAA games this season. He has done it 2 times on the road, and 7 times at home. His season-high in scoring is 19. He recorded it on a January 04, 2014 game against Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners (104-71 win).
Bobby Portis tied his season-high with 10 rebounds (in NCAA). He grabbed 10 rebounds or more 2 times this season in NCAA games.
Julius Randle scored 20 points or more for the 2th time in 11 NCAA games this season. He has done it 1 times on the road, and 1 times at home. His season-high in scoring is 29. He recorded it on a December 21, 2013 game against Belmont Bruins (93-80 win).
Julius Randle grabbed 10 rebounds or more for the 3th time in 11 NCAA games this season. His season-high in rebounds is 15. He recorded it on a November 25, 2013 game against Cleveland State Vikings (68-61 win).