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Frank Mason tops ratings in loss to Oregon and for season

Kansas guard Frank Mason III (0) puts up a three over Oregon guard Casey Benson (2) during the first half on Saturday, March 25, 2017 at Sprint Center.

Kansas guard Frank Mason III (0) puts up a three over Oregon guard Casey Benson (2) during the first half on Saturday, March 25, 2017 at Sprint Center. by Nick Krug

1 - Frank Mason: Kansas scored 33 first-half points and Mason scored 17 of them, including points 17 through 31. He went in among the trees again, making floater after floater and 2 of 4 3-pointers. Finished with 21 points. Had at least a share of the team scoring lead in 25 of 34 games.

2 - Josh Jackson: Picked up a phantom second foul with 17:23 left in the first half, limiting him to 10 ineffective first-half minutes. Scored all 10 of his points in the final 11:23 and led the team with 12 rebounds and five assists. Had 10 points and 10 rebounds in the second half.

3 - Lagerald Vick: Gave Kansas a boost off the bench when Jackson encountered foul trouble. Had seven points and two assists in 17 first-half minutes.

4 - Svi Mykhailiuk: Made 2 of 4 3-points shots, had 10 points and two steals and didn’t pick up a rebound or an assist.

5 - Landen Lucas: Couldn’t beat the quicker, more explosive Jordan Bell (11 points, 13 rebounds, four blocked shots) to rebounds and missed a couple of hook shots early. Finished with nine points and three rebounds..

6 - Devonte’ Graham: Hottest shooter on team in first three tournament games came up the coldest in season finale. Went 0 for 7 from the field and 0 for 6 from 3-point range and scored just three points.

7 - Dwight Coleby: Hung in there for four minutes and grabbed an offensive rebound in four minutes.

FINAL SEASON STANDINGS

1- Frank Mason - 331

2 - Josh Jackson - 298

3 - Devonte’ Graham - 289

4 - Landen Lucas - 232

5 - Svi Mykhailiuk - 219

6 - Lagerald Vick - 189

7 - Carlton Bragg - 150

8 - Dwight Coleby - 79

9- Mitch Lightfoot - 61

10 - Udoka Azubuike - 48

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Nation’s top college basketball player tops ratings vs. Purdue

Kansas guard Frank Mason III (0) floats a shot over Purdue forward Vince Edwards (12) during the second half, Thursday, March 23, 2017 at Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo.

Kansas guard Frank Mason III (0) floats a shot over Purdue forward Vince Edwards (12) during the second half, Thursday, March 23, 2017 at Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo. by Nick Krug

1 - Frank Mason: Floaters, a baseline jumper, hard drives to the hoop, 4 of 5 3-pointers and 4 of 5 free throws on his way to 26 points. He still had enough energy to mix in seven rebounds and seven assists.

2 - Devonte’ Graham: Wow! He’s as hot from the outside as anybody in the country and made 5 of 9 3-pointers, giving him 13 of 22 for the tournament. He scored 26 points, drove so aggressively to the hoop that he was able to make 7 of 9 free throws, and even with such an aggressive night he turned it over just once. had two assists and a steal.

3 - Josh Jackson: Such an active, versatile defender, Jackson knew that this night, more than ever, he would be needed on the boards at both ends and he responded with 15 points, 12 rebounds and four steals.

4 - Lagerald Vick: Stepped into the passing lane and executed a 360-degree dunk, a gutsy move that inspired the team to even greater heights. Good thing for him that he made it.

5 - Landen Lucas: Caleb Swanigan attempted just two field goals and scored six points in the first half and Lucas had a lot to do with that. Isaac Haas (all 11 points in the first half) was a tougher challenge for Lucas, who should be rested and ready to go Saturday after foul trouble limited him to 20 minutes.

6 - Svi Mykhailiuk: Hit a couple of big 3-pointers in the first half and finished with 10 points and three boards. Did not turn it over in 19 minutes.

7 - Dwight Coleby: Helped out with two points, a rebound, strong defense and four valuable fouls in 13 strong minutes.

8 - Carlton Bragg: Contributed six rebounds and a blocked shot in 10 scoreless minutes.

9 - Mitch Lightfoot: Hit a 3-point shot and in just two minutes scored five points.

SEASON STANDINGS

1- Frank Mason - 321

2 - Josh Jackson - 289

3 - Devonte’ Graham - 284

4 - Landen Lucas - 226

5 - Svi Mykhailiuk - 211

6 - Lagerald Vick - 182

7 - Carlton Bragg - 150

8 - Dwight Coleby - 75

9- Mitch Lightfoot - 61

10 - Udoka Azubuike - 48 (out for season)

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Josh Jackson tops ratings vs. Michigan State

Kansas guard Josh Jackson (11) lofts a shot over Michigan State guard Miles Bridges (22) during the first half on Sunday, March 19, 2017 at BOK Center in Tulsa, Okla.

Kansas guard Josh Jackson (11) lofts a shot over Michigan State guard Miles Bridges (22) during the first half on Sunday, March 19, 2017 at BOK Center in Tulsa, Okla. by Nick Krug

1 - Josh Jackson: Scored 14 of his 23 points in a second-half highlight show that featured a big step-back 3-pointer and a one-handed jam that punctuated a quick drive down the lane. Is 4 of 4 from the free-throw line during the tournament. Spent a lot of time above the rim at both ends and was credited with two blocked shots and two steals, although a review of the game video might reveal more than that in both categories.

2 - Frank Mason: When nothing else works, it's nice for Kansas to know that Mason can always get to the lane and then the free-throw line, where he made 8 of 8 free throws. Heading into the postseason, Mason said he didn't see why Kansas couldn't shoot 80 percent from the line. So far KU is 31 of 35, 89 percent. Mason had 20 points, five assists and three steals and did not commit a turnover.

3 - Devonte' Graham: Just as easily could be ranked No. 1 on this list. Made four 3-point shots for the second game in a row, scored 18 points and had four assists and four steals. Made great passes in transition and in the half-court.

4 - Landen Lucas: Battled foul trouble, so he was limited to 25 minutes, enough time to produce a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds. Made a couple of nice hook shots.

5 - Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk: Solid with nine points, three rebounds and three assists without a turnover. Finished a nice lob from Graham for a flush in transition.

6 - Dwight Coleby: Kept Lucas' foul trouble from hurting Kansas. Entered in the second half and delivered three points, four rebounds and a steal. Had two huge offensive rebounds.

7 - Lagerald Vick: Had seven points and five rebounds, but needs to do a better job of recovering to his man behind the 3-point line.

8 - Carlton Bragg: Not his night. At all. Missed both shots, including a very easy one on an offensive rebound. Committed three fouls in five minutes.

9 - Mitch Lightfoot: Played in the final minute.

SEASON STANDINGS

1- Frank Mason - 311

2 - Josh Jackson - 281

3 - Devonte’ Graham - 275

4 - Landen Lucas - 220

5 - Svi Mykhailiuk - 206

6 - Lagerald Vick - 175

7 - Carlton Bragg - 146

8 - Dwight Coleby - 71

9- Mitch Lightfoot - 59

10 - Udoka Azubuike - 48 (out for season)

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Frank Mason tops the ratings vs. UC Davis

Kansas guard Frank Mason III (0) hangs to finish a bucket off a lob over UC Davis guard Siler Schneider (5) during the first half on Friday, March 17, 2017 at BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Kansas guard Frank Mason III (0) hangs to finish a bucket off a lob over UC Davis guard Siler Schneider (5) during the first half on Friday, March 17, 2017 at BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. by Nick Krug

1 - Frank Mason: Led the team with 22 points and eight assists.

2 - Josh Jackson: Played where UC Davis players couldn't reach him and finished with 17 points and seven rebounds. He made 8 of 12 field goals and his only 3-point shot.

3 - Devonte' Graham: Made 4 of 7 shots, all 3-pointers and made all four free throws during a 16-point, four-assist night.

4 - Landen Lucas: Dominated the interior with 13 points and 11 rebounds against the much shorter Aggies.

5 - Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk: The partisan KU crowd counted down the shot clock, “Four, three, two, one,” as the tightly guarded Mykhailiuk executed a couple of dribble moves to free space for himself and got off a shot just in time. Swish. The 3-pointer pushed KU’s lead to 77-43 midway through the second half. He finished with 16 points, despite making just 2 of 7 3-pointers.

6 - Carlton Bragg: Had six points and five rebounds in 13 minutes.

7 - Lagerald Vick: Totaled three points and five rebounds in 25 minutes. Missed both 3-pointers, one of them hitting the side of the backboard.

8 - Dwight Coleby: Two points, three rebounds and a turnover in seven minutes.

9 - Mitch Lightfoot: Scoreless with two blocked shots and an assist in six minutes.

SEASON STANDINGS

1- Frank Mason - 302

2 - Josh Jackson - 271

3 - Devonte’ Graham - 267

4 - Landen Lucas - 213

5 - Svi Mykhailiuk - 200

6 - Lagerald Vick - 171

7 - Carlton Bragg - 143

8 - Dwight Coleby - 66

9- Mitch Lightfoot - 57

10 - Udoka Azubuike - 48 (out for season)

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Frank Mason tops ratings again in loss to TCU in Big 12 tournament

Kansas guard Frank Mason III (0) is fouled with seconds to go during the second half, Thursday, March 9, 2017 at Sprint Center. At right is TCU forward Vladimir Brodziansky (10).

Kansas guard Frank Mason III (0) is fouled with seconds to go during the second half, Thursday, March 9, 2017 at Sprint Center. At right is TCU forward Vladimir Brodziansky (10). by Nick Krug

1 - Frank Mason: Played 40 minutes, totaled 29 points and six assists and made 12 of 13 free throws, showing why he won the Big 12 Player of the Year trophy that was presented to him by commissioner Bob Bowlsby on the court before the game.

2 - Landen Lucas: Had 13 points and 14 rebounds and missed just two shots from the field, one a late left-handed hook that rimmed out. Missed Jackson’s help on defense and on the boards.

3 - Svi Mykhailiuk: Scored as many points (13) as TCU in the opening eight minutes to give Kansas a 24-13 lead. TCU outscored Svi, 72-5 over the game's final 32 minutes.

4 - Devonte’ Graham: Shot wasn’t falling. Made just 2 of 10, all from 3-point range.

5 - Lagerald Vick: Had nine points and six rebounds. Might have scored 11 had he made an attempt at a possibly-too-high lob sent his way by Mason late in the game.

6 - Carlton Bragg: Big blocked shot late but a disappointing performance overall. He totaled one point and three rebounds in 12 minutes and missed all three field-goal attempts and committed two turnovers.

7 - Dwight Coleby: Two points, two blocked shots andd a steal in six minutes.

8 - Mitch Lightfoot: One minute, one turnover.

SEASON STANDINGS

1- Frank Mason - 292

2 - Josh Jackson - 262

3 - Devonte’ Graham - 259

4 - Landen Lucas - 206

5 - Svi Mykhailiuk - 194

6 - Lagerald Vick - 163

7 - Carlton Bragg - 138

8 - Dwight Coleby - 63

9- Mitch Lightfoot - 55

10 - Udoka Azubuike - 48 (out for season)

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Frank Mason tops ratings in Stillwater with near triple-double

Kansas guard Frank Mason III (0) ducks under Oklahoma State forward Leyton Hammonds (23) for a shot during the first half, Saturday, March 4, 2017 at Gallagher-Iba Arena.

Kansas guard Frank Mason III (0) ducks under Oklahoma State forward Leyton Hammonds (23) for a shot during the first half, Saturday, March 4, 2017 at Gallagher-Iba Arena. by Nick Krug

1 - Frank Mason: If justice is served, he locked up national player-of-the-year honors with another extraordinary performance. Nearly had his first triple-double with 27 points, eight rebounds and nine assists. He’s so hard to stop from getting to the hoop, especially in transition, where he had a couple of solo breaks for buckets. Amazing game, amazing season, amazing competitor.

2 - Josh Jackson: Has steadily improved his game in every area. His late 3-pointer was biggest shot of the game and even though his dunks might be what make it to the highlights, passing was by far what he did best. His height helps his vision and gives him the confidence to make tough over-the-top passes with great accuracy. His 17 points, nine rebounds and five assists didn’t begin to tell the story of the extent that he influenced the outcome.

3 - Devonte’ Graham: Played 39 minutes and didn’t let that heavy load slow him down. Made 4 of 8 3-pointers..

4 - Landen Lucas: Did a nice job of posting up and scoring in the second half and finished with 10 points, seven rebounds.

5 - Carlton Bragg: Scored 9 of 11 points in the first half, made 5 of 6 shots, including a pair of pick-and-pop jumpers and had two offensive rebounds and blocked shot. Played with so much more confidence than he has for most of the season.

6 - Lagerald Vick: Coach Bill Self said he forgot to go where he was supposed to on KU’s final bucket against full-court pressure and it turned out well. He was on the receiving end of Josh Jackson’s long pass and took to the bucket for the game-sealing points. Had three turnovers, a couple of them rough ones, but had several big plays and finished with nine points, eight rebounds, two steals and a block shot.

7 - Svi Mykhailiuk: Made a 3-pointer from the left corner to put Kansas up 6-2 at the 18:25 mark of the first half, but that didn’t shake him from his slump. He didn’t score again, picked up one rebound, one turnover and four personal fouls in 12 minutes..

8 - Dwight Coleby: Played one minute.

SEASON STANDINGS

1- Frank Mason - 282

2 - Josh Jackson - 262

3 - Devonte’ Graham - 252

4 - Landen Lucas - 197

5 - Svi Mykhailiuk - 186

6 - Lagerald Vick - 157

7 - Carlton Bragg - 133

8 - Dwight Coleby - 59

9- Mitch Lightfoot - 52

10 - Udoka Azubuike - 48 (out for season)

By the Numbers: Kansas 90, Oklahoma State 85

By the Numbers: Kansas 90, Oklahoma State 85

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Frank Mason says goodbye to Allen Fieldhouse in style, tops ratings vs. Oklahoma

Kansas guard Frank Mason III (0) celebrates a late bucket before Oklahoma center Jamuni McNeace (4) during the second half, Monday, Feb. 27, 2017 at Allen Fieldhouse.

Kansas guard Frank Mason III (0) celebrates a late bucket before Oklahoma center Jamuni McNeace (4) during the second half, Monday, Feb. 27, 2017 at Allen Fieldhouse. by Nick Krug

1 - Frank Mason: His final half in Allen Fieldhouse was a memorable. Rallied team to a 31-9 finish down the stretch and 15 points, five assists, one turnover and two steals in the final 20 minutes. Scored a game-high 23 points with six assists and three steals.

2 - Devonte Graham: Swished a trio of 3-pointers in a 1:57 second-half span.

3 - Lagerald Vick: Some two games he had in a three-day span. Made 7 of 10 shots and all 4 3-pointers in the victories against Texas and Oklahoma. Scored 8 of 11 points in second half Monday and made two huge 3-pointers during the comeback.

4 - Landen Lucas: Didn’t miss a shot, had eight points and eight rebounds, three assists and two blocked shots. He’s carried a huge load all season and his putting strong finish on his career.

5 - Josh Jackson: Came alive late, but it was his sloppiest game of the season (eight turnovers). Even at that, he produced his seventh double-double in the past 10 games.

6 - Carlton Bragg: So tall, with long arms and a decent vertical leap, the wide-open dunk held so much promise. But much like his sophomore season, it fell short, blocked by the front of the rim, and he fell on his back. And the ball continues to slip-slide away from his hands (two turnovers). But he did hustle for five rebounds, a blocked shot and a steal in 13 minutes.

7 - Svi Mykhailiuk: While Vick was making 7 of 10 shots and 4 or 4 3-pointers in the past two games, Svi was shooting 1 for 9 and 0 for 7. Played 18 minutes vs. Oklahoma and had two points, a turnover and a steal to show for it. Did not pick up a rebound or assist.

8 - Dwight Coleby: Oklahoma’s quick big men didn’t make for as good a matchup for him as Texas’ bigger post players.

9 - Mitch Lightfoot: Didn’t get in until the final seconds.

SEASON STANDINGS

1- Frank Mason - 272

2 - Josh Jackson - 253

3 - Devonte’ Graham - 244

4 - Landen Lucas - 190

5 - Svi Mykhailiuk - 182

6 - Lagerald Vick - 152

7 - Carlton Bragg - 127

8 - Dwight Coleby - 56

9- Mitch Lightfoot - 52

10 - Udoka Azubuike - 48 (out for season)

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Jackson tops ratings in victory at Texas

Kansas guard Josh Jackson (11) shoots over Texas defenders Andrew Jones (1) and Jarrett Allen (31) during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017, in Austin, Texas.

Kansas guard Josh Jackson (11) shoots over Texas defenders Andrew Jones (1) and Jarrett Allen (31) during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017, in Austin, Texas.

1 - Josh Jackson: Shots when flying to the hoop rimmed out, but he had active 38 minutes. Made just 3 of 11 field goals, but hit 2 of 3 3-pointers. Came to Kansas with an ugly shot and has worked hard with shot doctor Kurtis Townsend to make it better. Has made 19 of 35 3-pointers (.543) in last 11 games. Led Kansas with 18 points and had five rebounds and five assists. He's such a gifted passer.
2 - Devonte Graham: Played under control most of the time at both ends on his way to 12 points, three rebounds, four assists and two steals.
3 - Frank Mason: When Texas drew close in the second half he got to the paint and then the free-throw line. His 26th game with at least one 3-point field goal wasn’t assured until four minutes and change remained. Made just 5 of 15 field goals and had 16 points, three rebounds, three assists and three turnovers.
4 - Landen Lucas: Eight points, eight rebounds, two assists and a steal and didn’t miss a shot in 38 minutes.
5 - Dwight Coleby: Dwight Coleby 12 points in 13 minutes? What next, is Bill Walton going to remove his shirt and replaced with a tie-dyed "Keep Austin Weird" T-shirt on air during the game? By far best game as a Jayhawk. The more distance he puts on acl surgery, the better he becomes. Not real quick, but strong with good hands. He made 5 of 6 field goals, all at the hoop and totaled 12 points and four rebounds in 13 minutes.
6 - Lagerald Vick: More attentive as a rebounder, he picked up four off the defensive boards to go with seven points in 24 minutes. Definitely on the upswing.
7 - Svi Mykhailiuk: Missed all five shots, all of them 3-pointers, and did not have an assist. Vick has been playing better than him of late.
8 - Carlton Bragg: Two fouls in three minutes and didn’t return. Disappointing coming on the heels of a good game.

SEASON STANDINGS

1- Frank Mason - 262

2 - Josh Jackson - 247

3 - Devonte’ Graham - 235

4 - Landen Lucas - 183

5 - Svi Mykhailiuk - 178

6 - Lagerald Vick - 152

7 - Carlton Bragg - 122

8 - Dwight Coleby - 53 (moves up)

9- Mitch Lightfoot - 50 (moves down)

10 - Udoka Azubuike - 48 (out for season)

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All-around action puts Josh Jackson at top of ratings in title-clincher vs. TCU

Kansas guard Josh Jackson (11) goes up to the bucket after a blocking foul by TCU forward Chris Washburn (33) during the first half, Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017 at Allen Fieldhouse.

Kansas guard Josh Jackson (11) goes up to the bucket after a blocking foul by TCU forward Chris Washburn (33) during the first half, Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017 at Allen Fieldhouse. by Nick Krug

1 — Josh Jackson: Great dunks and passes, boards and deflections made for a coast-to-coast spectacular night for Jackson (15 points, 11 rebounds, four assists, one turnover, one steal). With all the technological advances in sports, when is someone going to invent a device that instantly flashes the velocity of dunks on the scoreboard? Jackson’s one-handed flush on a transition lob from Frank Mason early in the second half made a loud noise and triggered a louder one from the crowd. Jackson’s passing was every bit as impressive, including his lob to Lagerald Vick and quick interior pass to Landen Lucas. Jackson unwittingly also was responsible for the quietest moment of the evening. With 11:37 left in first half, he came down hard on his right foot, writhed in pain on the floor while gripping the bottom of his sneaker and immediately headed into the locker room and returned about five minutes of game clock later.

2 — Frank Mason: Made 4 of 6 3-pointers and scored a game-high 20 points to go with four assists, another strong night for his Wooden Award case.

3 — Carlton Bragg: Even Lazarus would have been impressed. Terrific night from the sophomore, who busted from a season-long slump with energetic, productive play. Ran the floor hard and had 15 points, seven rebounds and three blocked shots in 22 minutes. Had eight points, five rebounds and two blocked shots in 13 first-half minutes. In the strangest moment of the night, his early free throw got stuck on the side of the rim, not something you see every day on a free throw.

4 — Devonte’ Graham: Scoreless with seven minutes remaining in the first half, Graham caught fire and never cooled off. Finished with 17 points, four rebounds, seven assists and just one turnover. Reverse layin, a 3 from top of key off the dribble, another 3 after a shot fake and dribble got him off to a good start in the first two minutes and change of the second half. Celebrated his 22nd birthday by celebrating his school’s 13th consecutive Big 12 regular-season title.

5 — Landen Lucas: Picked up two fouls in seven scoreless first-half minutes with just one rebound. Finished with seven points and six rebounds on a night he committed four fouls and played just 17 minutes.

6 — Svi Mykhailiuk: Made 2 of 4 3-pointers, turned it over twice and finished with six points in an unimpressive night.

7 — Lagerald Vick: Has to get to the 3-point shooter a lot quicker, as in don’t think first, just run at him, eliminate that blink of a hesitation and get those long arms in front of the shooter. Missed all three 3-point attempts, but did trigger wild reaction from crowd by throwing down lob from Jackson and pitched in with three rebounds and a blocked shot in 10 minutes.

8 — Dwight Coleby: Emphatically slammed home offensive rebound in final minute.

9 — Mitch Lightfoot: Trillion-club entry. One minute, zeros across the board.

SEASON STANDINGS

1- Frank Mason - 254

2 - Josh Jackson - 237

3 - Devonte’ Graham - 226

4 - Landen Lucas - 176

5 - Svi Mykhailiuk - 174

6 - Lagerald Vick - 147

7 - Carlton Bragg - 119

8 - Mitch Lightfoot - 50

9 - Udoka Azubuike - 48 (out for season)

10 - Dwight Coleby - 47

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Graham catches fire late to top ratings vs. West Virginia

Kansas guard Devonte' Graham (4) hits a three over West Virginia guard Daxter Miles Jr. (4) in overtime, Monday, Feb. 13, 2017 at Allen Fieldhouse.

Kansas guard Devonte' Graham (4) hits a three over West Virginia guard Daxter Miles Jr. (4) in overtime, Monday, Feb. 13, 2017 at Allen Fieldhouse. by Nick Krug

1 - Devonte’ Graham: Scored 14 of his 18 points in the final 6:56, when he made four 3-pointers. Made some terrific dribble moves to free himself for a couple of them. Has made multiple 3-pointers in eight consecutive games. Big night came on one-year anniversary of outplaying Buddy Hield in Norman.

2 - Frank Mason: Made 16 of 18 free throws, including the pair that sent the game into overtime. Made just 3 of 13 shots and 2 of 6 3-pointers, but ended up with 24 points and is averaging 20.2.

3 - Josh Jackson: Showed such great quickness getting to the rim, only to have his shots bounce out. He had six turnovers, but almost balanced that ledger with five steals. Produced his ninth double-double and fifth in the past six games with 14 points and 11 rebounds.

4 - Landen Lucas: Had a rough night at the free-throw line, making just 2 of 7, dropping his season percentage to .591. But on a night so many teammates missed shots at the rim, his presence came in handy and he slammed home two of the misses. Totaled eight points, 13 rebounds, two blocks and two steals. Had five offensive rebounds. Had a plus-minus of plus-22.

5 - Lagerald Vick: Shot 4 for 4 in a first half in which no other Kansas player made more than one field goal. Finished with 14 points, 10 in the first half, two assists and a steal.

6 - Svi Mykhailiuk: Fouled out in 21 minutes after totaling four points and three rebounds.

7 - Mitch Lightfoot: Played eight minutes and totaled three rebounds and two blocked shots.

8 - Dwight Coleby: Played two minutes, scored on a put-back slam and punctuated it with a glare into the camera.

9 - Carlton Bragg: He fouled out in 18 scoreless minutes and had one rebound. Had a plus-minus of minus-14. Nothing can be said that would not be drowned out by those loud-talking numbers, so we’ll let the numbers do the talking. I'm going to change the subject before I sever my tongue from biting it so hard.

SEASON STANDINGS

1- Frank Mason - 235

2 - Josh Jackson - 218

3 - Devonte’ Graham - 213

4 - Svi Mykhailiuk - 164

5 - Landen Lucas - 162

6 - Lagerald Vick - 136

7 - Carlton Bragg - 107

8 - Udoka Azubuike - 48 (out for season)

9 - Mitch Lightfoot - 45

10 - Dwight Coleby - 44

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