LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) -John Wall scored 27 points in his collegiate debut and No. 4 Kentucky rolled past Clarion 117-52 on Friday night in an exhibition game.
Wall was forced to sit out Kentucky's exhibition opener on Monday as part of an NCAA suspension for accepting improper benefits from his former AAU coach.
He didn't waste any time getting comfortable against the Golden Eagles, an NCAA Division II school in western Pennsylvania. Wall nearly outscored Clarion in the first half and showcased a little bit of everything, from a dunk to a 3-pointer to a nifty behind-the-back dribble for a layup.
DeMarcus Cousins added 20 points for the Wildcats.
Mike Sherry led Clarion, the alma mater of Kentucky coach John Calipari, with 11 points.

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