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KANSAS ST (12 - 4) at KANSAS (13 - 3)
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Saturday, 1/13/2018 12:00 PM
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521KANSAS ST149.5150
KANSAS ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games12-4-4.24-96-776.639.048.1%32.165.930.941.3%32.4
Road Games4-3-4.22-53-473.137.948.4%28.672.134.745.6%34.0
Last 5 Games3-2+12-32-374.433.845.9%30.274.636.047.4%34.8
Conference Games2-202-22-276.033.547.1%
KANSAS ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)76.639.027-5648.1%8-2236.2%15-2072.8%32815198113
vs opponents surrendering73.334.426-5844.0%8-2234.9%14-2070.8%36914196143
Team Stats (Road Games)73.137.926-5348.4%7-2231.6%14-1977.1%29712227113
Stats Against (All Games)65.930.922-5241.3%7-2232.2%16-2174.2%32912206152
vs opponents averaging7434.826-5943.7%8-2434.7%14-2071.3%36914186133
Stats Against (Road Games)72.134.723-5145.6%8-2135.8%18-2669.2%341012196132

KANSAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games13-3-6.89-68-786.645.351.1%
Home Games7-2-11.85-36-294.751.155.0%39.670.031.938.6%33.7
Last 5 Games4-1-1.33-24-182.239.648.2%33.277.435.441.1%42.6
Conference Games3-1-1.32-24-084.037.747.1%
KANSAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)86.645.333-6451.1%11-2741.4%10-1471.2%37919158125
vs opponents surrendering73.333.826-6143.1%8-2434.3%13-1870.3%35914196143
Team Stats (Home Games)94.751.136-6655.0%12-2844.1%10-1471.5%40819148126
Stats Against (All Games)70.131.725-6339.7%8-2532.5%12-1671.1%361012166143
vs opponents averaging77.936.827-5945.8%8-2236.3%16-2271.4%37914187134
Stats Against (Home Games)70.031.925-6438.6%9-2833.7%11-1670.4%34911156142
Average power rating of opponents played: KANSAS ST 75.8,  KANSAS 79.1
KANSAS ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/24/2017*GEORGE WASHINGTON67-59W-13L136.5U23-4946.9%26522-5440.7%3712
11/29/2017ORAL ROBERTS77-68W-23.5L138O29-6048.3%35921-5736.8%369
12/3/2017@ VANDERBILT84-79W1.5W138O29-5058.0%21723-5046.0%3314
12/5/2017USC UPSTATE86-49W - -30-5950.8%351019-5236.5%2518
12/16/2017SE MISSOURI ST89-71W-19L145O35-5662.5%371125-5743.9%199
12/20/2017*WASHINGTON ST68-65W-8.5L146U25-6041.7%43824-6238.7%3710
12/29/2017@ IOWA ST91-75W-1W143O32-5855.2%341223-5145.1%3313
1/1/2018W VIRGINIA69-77L2L147.5U20-5635.7%271530-5653.6%3818
1/6/2018@ TEXAS TECH58-74L9.5L139.5U20-4247.6%191624-4158.5%2915
1/10/2018OKLAHOMA ST86-82W-3W144O26-5250.0%28828-6245.2%3711
1/13/2018@ KANSAS              
1/22/2018@ BAYLOR              
2/3/2018@ W VIRGINIA              

KANSAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/10/2017ARIZONA ST85-95L-12L161.5O32-6747.8%361633-6550.8%3310
12/16/2017@ NEBRASKA73-72W-12L146.5U29-6544.6%331229-5949.2%3314
12/21/2017@ STANFORD75-54W-15W151U32-6152.5%371121-6134.4%3914
12/29/2017@ TEXAS92-86W-4W139.5O31-6944.9%38831-7243.1%449
1/2/2018TEXAS TECH73-85L-7.5L147.5O25-5545.5%291529-6743.3%4410
1/6/2018@ TCU88-84W-2W161.5O27-5350.9%281027-6939.1%4212
1/9/2018IOWA ST83-78W-16L158.5O32-6747.8%341030-6744.8%4417
1/13/2018KANSAS ST              
1/15/2018@ W VIRGINIA              
1/23/2018@ OKLAHOMA              
1/27/2018TEXAS A&M              
1/29/2018@ KANSAS ST              
2/3/2018OKLAHOMA ST              
KANSAS ST: Last season: 21-14, lost in first round of NCAA Tournament
Who's gone: G Carlbe Ervin II, F Isaiah Maurice, F Wesley Iwundu, F Austin Budke, F D.J. Johnson
Who's back: G Kamau Stokes averaged 11.7 points and a team-leading 4.1 assists last season; G Barry Brown averaged 11.7 points and 3.2 rebounds; F Dean Wade averaged 9.3 points and shot 50 percent from the field, and will be asked to give the Wildcats more of a post presence this season; Xavier Sneed averaged 7.1 points as a freshman and will be heavily counted upon this season.
Who's new: F Mawdo Sallah is a 6-8 graduate transfer from Mount St. Mary's who is eligible immediately; F Makol Mawie is a 6-9 sophomore who transferred from New Mexico Junior College; G Amaad Wainright transferred from Trinity Valley Community College; Nigel Shadd and Levi Stockard are touted 6-8 prep forwards; G Mike McGuirl is a top-100 guard prospect from Connecticut.
The Skinny: Kansas State squeaked into the NCAA Tournament last season despite going 8-10 in league play. Most of its core returns intact, though a lack of size that plagued the Wildcats last season still exists. Big 12 coaches picked them to finish eighth, but there is a feeling that they could finish in the top half of the league.
KANSAS: Last season: 31-5, lost in first round of NCAA Tournament
Who's gone: G Frank Mason III, G Josh Jackson, F Carlton Bragg, F Landen Lucas, F Dwight Coleby
Who's back: G Devonte Graham is the leading returning scorer at 13.4 points per game last season; G Svi Mykhailiuk averaged 9.8 points and flirted with the NBA before returning for senior season; G Lagerald Vick averaged 7.4 points; F Udoka Azubuike missed most of his freshman season with a wrist injury.
Who's new: G Malik Newman was a top-10 recruit who transferred from Mississippi State and sat out last season; G Sam Cunliffe is a transfer from Arizona State who becomes eligible in December; F Billy Preston was a consensus five-star recruit from Oak Hill Academy; G Marcus Garret was a four-star prospect from Dallas.
The Skinny: Kansas lost the national player of the year in Mason and a lottery pick in Jackson and is still favored to win its 14th straight Big 12 title. The Jayhawks should have more size with Azubuike and Preston in the paint, while Graham is poised to take over for Mason as a potential player of the year. If the newcomers can contribute, including do-everything guard Newman, the Jayhawks could make a Final Four run.
Kansas State tries again to win at Kansas

The decisive play from last season is certain to be remembered, particularly by the opponent that almost pulled off an upset of Kansas in Allen Fieldhouse.

With the game clock down to the final seconds, guard Svi Mykhailiuk took off for the rim.

Although Mykhailiuk, now a senior, obviously traveled, the call was not made, his game-winning layup at the buzzer counted and Kansas held off an upset bid by rival Kansas State 90-88.

The victory launched a critical eight-game win streak that helped the Jayhawks seize control of the Big 12 and capture a 13th consecutive conference championship.

On Saturday, Kansas State (12-4, 2-2 Big 12) returns to Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kan., for a rematch against No. 12 Kansas (13-3, 3-1).

"I'm sure that will be something that will be talked about with K-State because, obviously, that game should have gone overtime, without question, because Svi did walk on that last play,'' Kansas coach Bill Self said.

"I know that coaches and players use every motivational tactic they can. That is certainly a natural one. I can understand why they were upset and disappointed last year leaving Lawrence.''

What is an even greater concern to the Jayhawks, though, is their vulnerability at home.

They struggled to subdue the last-place team in the Big 12, Iowa State, in an 83-78 victory on Tuesday after losing two of their three previous home games against a pair of ranked opponents, Arizona State and Texas Tech.

Against Iowa State, sophomore guard Malik Newman posted 27 points off the bench for the Jayhawks, breaking his previous career high of 25 set as a freshman at Mississippi State.

Depth has remained an issue for the Jayhawks while they anticipate eligibility rulings from the NCAA on two freshman forwards -- Billy Preston and Silvio De Sousa. Senior guard Devonte' Graham leads Kansas at 18.1 points per game. He scored only 11 points on 4-of-14 shooting against Iowa State, but distributed nine assists and added four steals.

"Coach Self has done a nice job (with) what he has, figuring some things out,'' Kansas State coach Bruce Weber said. "They still have very good players. Graham, obviously. The big guy (Udoka Azubuike) inside. You've had some guys step up ... so they're still good and it's going to be a tough challenge.''

The Wildcats also benefited from a career-high scoring performance in their last game, an 86-82 victory over Oklahoma State on Wednesday. Junior guard Barry Brown erupted for 38 points, the most by a Wildcat since the program's all-time leading scorer, Jacob Pullen, netted that same total in March 2011.

The performance from Brown came in the first game without another junior guard, Kamau Stokes, who suffered a foot injury Weber said will keep the Wildcats' assists leader out indefinitely. Stokes' replacement, freshman Cartier Diarra, added 17 points and logged 37 minutes in his first start.

"Our mindset was just for everyone to pick it up a bit, turn it up a notch, bring what we brought but just a little bit more,'' Brown said.

Kansas State last won in Allen Fieldhouse in 2006, Jim Wooldridge's last season as coach. Since then, the Wildcats have been directed by Bob Huggins, Frank Martin and Weber, but have dropped 11 straight at Kansas.

Last Updated: 1/18/2019 7:44:26 AM EST

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