Kansas junior guard Frank Mason talks about USA's 106-41 victory over Chile and his game-high 23 points.
Kansas senior forward Perry Ellis talks about USA's 106-41 win over Chile. Ellis had nine points and eight rebounds.
Kansas junior guard Wayne Selden Jr. discusses USA's quick start in the 106-41 victory over Chile in the World University Games. Selden finished with 18 points, seven rebounds and five assists in 27 minutes.
With a 55-point lead against Chile on Tuesday and five minutes remaining, the United States men’s basketball team still had four of its starters on the floor. In most games, the main emphasis would be running out the clock. But the Jayhawks still had some ground to make up in their 106-41 victory over Chile at Muan Indoor Court. By Bobby Nightengale
The Jayhawks dominated Chile in a 106-41 blowout win on Tuesday, July 7.
Five seconds into Tuesday’s game against Chile, SMU senior guard Nic Moore drained a three-pointer from the right wing. That set the tone for the United States/Kansas University men’s basketball team in a 106-41 blowout victory at Muan Indoor Court in the World University Games. By Bobby Nightengale
Team USA coach Bill Self talks about the 106-41 win over Chile, July 7, at the World University Games in South Korea.
Jeollnamdo, South Korea — The United States/Kansas University men's basketball team started fast and never slowed down in a 106-41 victory against Chile at Muan Indoor Court in South Korea.
The Jayhawks (3-0) shot 55 percent from the floor with 12 three-pointers to blow out Chile (0-3).
KU junior point guard Frank Mason III led with 23 points while junior guard Wayne Selden had 15 points and 7 rebounds, SMU senior guard Nic Moore had 15 points with five threes, KU senior forwards Hunter Mickelson and Perry Ellis added 14 and 13 points, respectively.
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• Up next: The Jayhawks will face Serbia at noon (10 p.m. Tuesday CDT on ESPNU) at Dongkang Gymnasium.