LEXINGTON, Ky. — Freshman guard Jamal Murray just missed a triple-double as Kentucky cruised to a 117-58 victory in its 2015-16 exhibition opener against Ottawa.Murray finished the game with 22 points, 12 rebounds and nine assists before being removed with 3:34 left to play. He was 8 for 15 from the field and 4 for 8 from 3-point range. Sophomore point guard Tyler Ulis also recorded a double-double with 17 points and 10 assists to go with no turnovers. Freshman forward Skal Labissiere (18), freshman guard Isaiah Briscoe (11) and junior forward Marcus Lee (10) also finished in double figures.UK 106, Ottawa 54 (3:34): No triple-double for Murray as Calipari clears the bench.UK 106, Ottawa 54 (3:58): At the final media timeout, Jamal Murray is just one assist from a triple-double, and he appears to be staying on the court. He’s got 22 points, 12 rebounds and nine assists.UK 101, Ottawa 50 (5:01): Cats top the century mark on an Alex Poythress put-back. Skal Labissiere just picked up his fourth foul. Tyler Ulis also has a double-double now with 17 points, 10 assists.UK 97, Ottawa 44 (7:05): Murray has a double double with 20 points, 10 rebounds. Also has eight assists.UK 97, Ottawa 43 (7:49): Ulis back in the game before the under-8 timeout. He’s got 17 points, nine assists, four rebounds, one steal and zero turnovers.UK 92, Ottawa 41 (9:27): Intensity has understandably dipped a little from Kentucky in the second half with Cats “only” shooting 52.4 percent (11 for 21) since intermission. Both Ulis and Murray on the bench now. Will be interesting to see if their night is finished.UK 85, Ottawa 37 (15:35): At the first media timeout of the second half, freshman guard Jamal Murray edging closer to a triple-double. He’s got a team-high 20 points, eight rebounds and eight assists. Tyler Ulis closing in on a double-double with 17 points and eight assists.HALFTIME: Kentucky 67, Ottawa 35Nothing to complain about Kentucky’s opening half of exhibition play. The Cats shot 72 percent (26 for 36) from the field and 70 percent (7 for 10) from 3-point range while holding Ottawa to 32 percent (11 for 34) from the field and 3-point range (6 for 19). Jamal Murray leads all scorers with 17 points, seven rebounds and six assists. Tyler Ulis added 14 points and six assists, and Skal Labissiere contributed 12 points. Marshon Norfleet leads Ottawa with 16 points.[tweet https://twitter.com/JonHale_CJ/status/661345802720288768%5DUK 59, Ottawa 29 (3:00): At the final media timeout of the first half, Kentucky is on cruise control, though Ottawa has found some success from 3-point range of late. Ottawa now 6 for 17 from 3-point range in the game. Marshon Norfleet has 16 points for the Braves.UK 45, Ottawa 15 (7:34): Ulis doing a little of everything tonight. Now has team-high 14 points and four assists to go with one rebound and one steal. He’s 4 for 5 from the field and 3 for 3 from 3-point range.UK 42, Ottawa 15 (7:47): Cats having no trouble with the three-guard look. Ulis, Murray and Briscoe all pushing the ball up the court depending on who is available. That trio has combined for 27 points, eight assists, nine rebounds at under-8 media timeout.UK 36, Ottawa 7 (11:25): Kentucky enters the second media timeout on a 15-0 run over the last 3:51 of the game. Ottawa has made just one of its last nine field-goal attempts. Tyler Ulis (11) and Jamal Murray (10) both in double figures already.UK 28, Ottawa 7 (12:56): Derek Willis checks in for the first time, making it nine Cats to see action so far. Mychal Mulder about to follow him.UK 21, Ottawa 7 (15:27): At the first media timeout, UK is shooting 80 percent (8 for 10) and has held Ottawa to 20 percent (2 for 10). Freshmen Isaac Humphries and Charles Matthews set to check in after the timeout. That would make the top eight players tonight Ulis, Briscoe, Murray, Lee, Labissiere, Poythress, Humphries and Matthews. Derek Willis and Mychal Mulder still on the bench.UK 13, Ottawa 3 (16:44): Senior forward Alex Poythress is the first man off the bench for UK. He gets a huge roar as he enters for first action against another team since his season-ending ACL injury last December.UK 13, Ottawa 3 (17:25): Ottawa ends a 13-0 UK run to open the game with a 3-pointer. Cats hit their first five field-goal attempts before Murray missed a 3. Tyler Ulis assisted on each of the first two baskets and scored five of the first 13 points.UK 4, Ottawa 0 (19:21): As expected, Kentucky having no trouble early. Back-to-back layups from Isaiah Briscoe and Jamal Murray open the scoring before Cats force a 30-second timeout from Ottawa on an inbounds play.STARTING LINEUP: Junior forward Marcus Lee, sophomore point guard Tyler Ulis, freshman forward Skal Labissiere and freshman guards Jamal Murray and Isaiah Briscoe will start for Kentucky.Oct 27, 2015; Lexington, Kentucky, USA; Kentucky Wildcats head coach John Calipari coaches his team in the second half of the Blue White scrimmage at Rupp Arena.