Brady Morningstar lofted a pass toward Marcus Morris early in Friday’s Las Vegas Invitational game against Ohio University. The pass missed its mark. It fell through the hoop for a three that gave KU a 7-2 lead.
Following Kansas University’s 98-41 men’s basketball victory over Ohio, Bobcats guard Ricardo Johnson immediately checked with his coach, John Groce, to see if KU guard Elijah Johnson was OK.
Jeff Withey had a good time during his one semester at the University of Arizona.
Elijah Johnson’s dad, mom, brother, sister, high school coach — even his hometown barber — watched in horror as Kansas University’s sophomore guard was tackled on a breakaway dunk try late in the first half of Friday’s 98-41 rout of Ohio University at Orleans Arena.
Kansas University’s basketball players, coaches, family members and support-staff members filed into a Renaissance Hotel dining hall at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, gathering to eat an old-fashioned traditional Thanksgiving Day meal.
Marcus Morris scored 26 points on 11-for-14 shooting, leading the Jayhawks to a 98-41 trouncing of Ohio on Friday night during the Las Vegas Invitational at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas.
In a game that included combined 42 fouls, a flagrant foul and an ejection of an Ohio player, KU's defensive effort was superb.
The Jayhawks held the Bobcats to 23.7 percent shooting (14 for 59). Ohio also went 0-for-18 from the three-point line.
Travis Releford contributed 13 points on 3-for-6 three-point shooting. Markieff Morris also added 11 points and eight rebounds.
KU (5-0) will take on Arizona at 9:30 p.m. Saturday to conclude its games at the Las Vegas Invitational.