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Marcus Garrett on KU needing better start against Wofford

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Kansas sophomore Marcus Garrett spoke to reporters Monday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse. Garrett talked about KU needing a better start among other topics ahead of Tuesday's home game against Wofford.

Garrett said that the Jayhawks got off to a slow start because players weren't focused during their overtime win over Stanford Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse. Garrett said the players need to play smarter after falling behind by as many as 12 in the second half.

Kansas (6-0) plays host to Wofford at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

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Joe Ross 1 week, 1 day ago

RE: "Garrett said that the Jayhawks got off to a slow start because players weren't focused during their overtime win over Stanford Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse. Garrett said the players need to play smarter after falling behind by as many as 12 in the second half."

How in the HELL are players not focused before a game??? I know we're young, but that attitude is not an attribute of a Bill Self-coached team. Or of any self-respecting athlete in general, or Kansas basketball player in particular.

We need to improve so badly that players' feeling they have the luxury to come off the gas is a disturbing sign. Greatly disturbing...

GRRRR already!

Danny Hernandez 1 week ago

I too want to know why this team isn't focused on kicking butt right out of the gate? IS this a coaching or player issue? I do miss the days when the team was up by 12 to 15 points by half? Anyone remember the Roy Williams days? Kansas was up big early! blow outs all the time! Granted this team has talent but they're not playing to their abilities and they better start like now. Starts with Azubuke too! No One should out-rebound him so why he's not getting 12 boards a game is beyond.

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