Kentucky's been in every game they've lost. Their talent level is higher than any team they've faced, with the exception of UNC (and that's debatable). They've lost virtually all their close games because of at least one or two stupid decisions by members of the team.
And it's all of them.
In one game, Brandon Knight throws the ball to no one in particular. In another, Darius Miller passes up a wide open shot with the clock winding down. In another, Terrence Jones tries to do his best John Wall impersonation with three guys around him. Liggins gets a technical foul called on him for reacting like a two-year-old, then look on, agog the official actually called him for it.
And so on.
It's a combination of youth and poor basketball IQs. And most of that is fixable. Another year in college around good coaching and good players who understand what it takes to win will fix much of that.
Though I wonder how many of them are going to stay. I'm betting Jones has one foot out the door already, as does Knight (though he may stay another year).
If the lockout in the NBA becomes a reality, that team should be stacked. No one will want to play them.