Jordin Mayes led the Cats against the Dusquene Dukes with 19 points as the Wildcats managed to rally at the McKale Center. Both teams played sloppily as they couldn't find any rhythm on offense. The Cats defense kept them in the game and they eventually went on a run to put the game away late in the second half. Miller's Cats need to focus on finding team chemistry so they don't commit careless turnovers. I'm sure it will only be a matter of time til the Cats grow together, but they must do it quickly since they have St. Johns coming up soon.