KU Basketball Winning Tonight

We share just a bit of b-ball news given that the Jayhawks are Kansas City's defacto b-ball team.

A brief description . . .

"The Jayhawks (30-6) led for 31:14 of Saturday’s slugfest, but only the final minute truly mattered. For one, that was the time when Kansas made the biggest plays of the game while watching the Bluejays (23-12) come up short. For two, every time the Jayhawks nudged their way to a five- or six-point lead, it seemed as if Creighton had an immediate answer. That kept Kansas from getting truly comfortable until the final horn."

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Kansas edges Creighton to advance to NCAA Tourney Sweet 16

FORT WORTH, Texas - Remy Martin scored 20 points, Ochai Agbaji put Kansas ahead for good with his first basket early in the second half, and the Jayhawks held off Creighton 79-72 on Saturday to advance to the Sweet 16.

Moving On: Top-seeded Kansas holds off undermanned Creighton to return to Sweet 16

Remy Martin scored 20 points and Jalen Wilson added 14 points and 14 rebounds as the top-seeded Kansas Jayhawks held off No. 9 seed Creighton and won 79-72 on Saturday afternoon at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas. By Matt Tait

March Madness 2022: No. 1 seed Kansas survives shorthanded Creighton, advances to Sweet 16

Down to just six players in its rotation amid season-ending injuries to a pair of starters, No. 9 seed Creighton nearly pulled off a shocker vs. No. 1 seed Kansas in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday. In the end, the Bluejays came up just short in their upset bid, falling 79-72 to the Jayhawks.

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