Darius Miller was the first sub off the bench for the 11th time this season.
Kentucky extended its streak of games with a 3-pointer to 808 games, the third-longest streak in the country.
Trailing 14-11, Kentucky went on a 10-0 run, it’s 11th of the season, to take a 21-14 lead.
With the Wildcats leading 30-25, Darius Miller went on his own 7-0 run to push UK’s lead to 37-25.
Kentucky’s six first-half 3-pointers tied its season high for 3s in the first half.
The Wildcats led 38-26 at the half and are now 16-0 when leading at the half.
Kentucky finished the game with 10 blocks, pushing its season total to 196 on the season, 20th on the SEC single-season team blocks list.
UK led 46-30 at the 15:30 mark and then scored only four points over the next 10 minutes; however the Wildcat defense kept Georgia at bay, allowing only six points during that time.
The Wildcats held UGA to 44 points, the fewest by an opponent since allowing only 40 to Radford on Nov. 23. It was the fewest points yielded by the UK defense in an SEC game since allowing 44 to LSU on Jan. 14, 2011. It was also the lowest output by Georgia this season.
Kentucky finished with eight 3-pointers, the most since canning nine against Samford on Dec. 20.