Kansas basketball coach Bill Self complimented freshman guard Quentin Grimes for his play on both ends of the floor following the Jayhawks’ Saturday win at Oklahoma State.
“I thought he played well late, but I thought he played well the entire game,” Self said.
Grimes shot 4 for 7 on 3-pointers, dished 3 assists and scored 17 points as KU stayed alive in the Big 12 title race.
Following a 72-67 road victory at Oklahoma State, Quentin Grimes and Dedric Lawson detail how Kansas was able to pick up its third road victory of the season.
Grimes scored 17 points in the win and Lawson produced a 20-point, 15-rebound double-double.
Lexington, Ky. — Following a 71-63 defeat at Rupp Arena, Kansas Jayhawks Dedric Lawson and Quentin Grimes describe what went wrong for KU in it’s matchup with Kentucky.
Lawson finished with 20 points and 15 rebounds, while Grimes scored 13.
Kansas freshman guard Quentin Grimes, after scoring 10 points in the Jayhawks’ exhibition win over Emporia State, discusses the defense KU played in the 93-55 victory.
“If we play like me, Lagerald (Vick) and Marcus (Garrett) out there, it’s a pretty long lineup,” Grimes said of the team’s potential speed and effectiveness on the defensive end. “We can deny. We’re all big guards and we can all guard smaller guards.”
Emporia State made just 20 of its 72 shots (27.8 percent) against Kansas.