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Devonte’ Graham: Jayhawks’ offense hard to stop in Round 2 win

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Tulsa, Okla. — After Kansas moved on to the Sweet 16 by beating Michigan State, 90-70, at BOK Center Sunday night, junior Devonte’ Graham said the Jayhawks were difficult to stop because he, Frank Mason III and Josh Jackson were all producing.

“It’s hard to focus in on all of us at one time, because we all can do so much, and make plays off the dribble, we can shoot it, Josh can play inside-out,” Graham said. “And then Landen (Lucas) down low and then you get Dwight (Coleby) coming off playing like that, so it’s definitely hard to guard.”

Graham also said the Jayhawks (30-4) hope to use their recent loss in Kansas City, Mo., at Sprint Center this week as a reminder and motivator before they face Purdue on Thursday night.

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Steve Johnson 2 months ago

Graham was on fire and it showed in the pre game warm up. He made everything he threw at the rim during pre game. Keep Bragg out of the game and you have a better than 50% chance to win no matter who is doing what. Bragg sucks the life out of the team and changes the momentum whenever he comes in.

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