To say that Maryland grabbed 28 offensive rebounds against Kentucky is a meaningless number unless you put it into context. A team’s offensive rebounds don’t matter as much as its offensive rebound percentage — its offensive rebounds divided by the number of opportunities it had to get an offensive rebound.
Friday night in Brooklyn, Maryland had chances at 53 offensive rebounds. He made good on 28 of those chances for an offensive rebound percentage of .528. That’s the second-highest offensive rebound percentage by an opponent in the John Calipari Era.