KU freshman point guard Devon Dotson talks to the media following a scrimmage at Horejsi Family Athletics Center on Wednesday.
Dotson scored seven points for the red team in a blowout while playing in front of KU fans on campus for the first time.
The top-seeded Kansas men's basketball team advanced to the Sweet 16 for the third year in a row with an 83-79 victory over No. 8 seed Seton Hall on Saturday night at Intrust Bank Arena in Wichita.
Led by 28 points from Malik Newman and a monster performance from sophomore center Udoka Azubuike, who was limited because of a left knee injury, the Jayhawks jumped out early and held on down the stretch to move to next week's regional semifinals in Omaha.
The Jayhawks (29-7) will play next Friday against the winner of Sunday's game between No. 4 seed Auburn and No. 5 seed Clemson.
Here's some quick reaction from Saturday's win over Seton Hall.
Kansas guards Devonte’ Graham and Malik Newman discuss how they got past settling for 3-pointers and survived a scare from Iowa State, 83-78, Tuesday night at Allen Fieldhouse.
Kansas sophomore big Udoka Azubuike explains how No. 2-ranked Kansas couldn’t turn a hot start Sunday into a victory against No. 16 Arizona State at Allen Fieldhouse.
Azubuike, who finished with 13 points and 9 rebounds, discusses ASU’s back-court attack, whether fatigue has become an issue for the Jayhawks and their short rotation, KU’s defensive breakdowns and what led to Kansas turning the ball over 16 times in the home loss.
Kansas sophomore guard Malik Newman explains how the Jayhawks exploded for a 32-3 run during their rout of Toledo at Allen Fieldhouse, and why it’s not difficult to remember to play defense when KU is rolling offensively.
Kansas basketball coach Bill Self discusses his players gaining confidence throughout blowout victories, the Jayhawks' depth and No. 2 ranking in the AP/coaches polls. He says there is no update on Billy Preston, who hasn't played in a game this season.