NASSAU, Bahamas (FOX 56) – The Kentucky men’s basketball team took down the Bahamas National Select Team on Sunday, 98-74 the score to finish their Big Blue Bahamas exhibition basketball tour.

The Wildcats also beat the Dominican Republic National Select Team, Tec De Monterrey, and Carleton University, scoring over 100 points in each of those three teams.

The Bahamas squad ended up being the toughest competition UK faced on the trip, battling a team with all its starters over 30 years old and plenty of experience and physicality to challenge the Cats.

A couple strong games from senior Jacob Toppin became a primary theme as Kentucky leaves the Bahamas, scoring 20 points on over 50% shooting after dropping 27 on Saturday when he buried five triples.

Antonio Reeves scored 22 points on 7-of-14 shooting, knocking down three straight triples in the 3rd quarter when the game was still close. Reeves caught fire from the outside during this trip and hopes to bring the same outside scoring threat in the real games.

Point guard Sahvir Wheeler brought efficient scoring as well with 21 points on 7-of-11 shooting, burying 7-of-8 from the free throw line and putting constant pressure on his opponent on offense and defense, also grabbing two steals.

Freshman Cason Wallace showed spurts of offensive production and will look to bring more consistency on that end, but his production on the defense end was unmatched, getting another four steals in this game and proving constant full-court pressure with lockdown defense.

Reigning national player of the year Oscar Tshiebwe put together a familiar sight in the box score: a double-double. The senior had 11 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, five of them offensive.

Kentucky now heads back to the United States and gets ready for the season opener on November 15th against Michigan State in the Champions Classic.