The game featured a barrage of 3-point shots - Sparks had one earlier game where he scored over 100 points and hit 20 3-pointers in a 71-point performance in another game.
"We should probably just change the name to the 3-point barnstorming tour," LeMaster said. "We probably shoot 100 3-pointers per game because we're not going to throw down a lot of fancy dunks with three guards playing."
All three seniors missed Kentucky's season-ending awards program in Lexington Tuesday. But LeMaster said it was an easy choice for them to play here rather than attend the fourth annual Catspy Awards.
"I am not a big fan of dressing up and going to something like that if I can play basketball instead," he said.
Daniels jumped at chance to play
Daniels knows the feeling. He quickly accepted a chance to play with the seniors just as he did with teammates Gerald Fitch and Cliff Hawkins two years ago after their final UK season. He has played parts of two seasons in the NBA and finished this last season in the NBA Developmental League.
"I love playing these games," Daniels said. "It's fun to interact with the fans, and I still have a lot of friends playing at Kentucky. Why not come out and spend time doing this?"
Stockton and LeMaster both said they spent little time watching the NCAA Tournament after UK's upset bid fell just short against Connecticut in the second round about a month ago.
"I was kind of shook up over us not winning. I had four great years at UK and will miss it, but I've got to move on. I just basically quit watching basketball after we got beat," Stockton said.
LeMaster admitted losing 13 games, dropping out of the national rankings and failing to win the Southeastern Conference championship made for a "frustrating year" that should have never been that bad.
"We had a great first three years and were still part of one of the winning four years in college basketball," LeMaster, a reserve guard, said. "But last year was hard to take. I guess things even out, but we should have been a lot better than we were.
Stockton: Never seemed to jell as a team
"To be honest, I don't know if I've ever been part of a more frustrating year from waking up at 6 a.m. for practice to being disciplined at night. It was a tough season. We had talent, a lot of talent. Everybody just played so inconsistent."
Stockton said the Cats never seemed to "jell" together last season to take advantage of the available talent.
"We were not a bad team. When we made shots and played the way we were supposed to play, we were a good team," Stockton said. "We showed that against UConn. If we had played that way all year, our record and tournament seeding would have been a lot different."
The seniors didn't play with quite that same passion Tuesday against an assortment of Boyle players, including the five seniors off the recent 12th Region championship team. Others returning for the game included Derek Springate, Bobby Leffew and Tyler Yeary.
"Sometimes you find guys that actually want to play you like it is a real game," Stockton said. "You can tell these guys were all pretty serious about their basketball and they are used to having a good program here. But it was still a lot of fun and I just hope everyone enjoyed it as much as I did."