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KANSAS (18 - 1) at W VIRGINIA (9 - 10)
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Monday, 1/28/2013 9:00 PM
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KANSAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games18-1+11.29-96-774.637.048.0%38.958.827.234.9%32.7
Road Games7-1+5.24-42-369.535.948.0%33.958.929.037.6%30.5
Last 5 Games5-0+43-20-362.229.242.1%36.651.624.234.8%31.2
Conference Games6-0+53-31-368.031.343.7%38.057.826.536.1%32.3
KANSAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)74.637.027-5548.0%6-1636.5%15-2173.7%391016157138
vs opponents surrendering64.229.623-5640.9%6-1832.5%13-1868.9%34912187144
Team Stats (Road Games)69.535.924-5048.0%5-1237.0%17-2373.7%34813147136
Stats Against (All Games)58.827.221-5934.9%7-2231.3%11-1667.0%331010186133
vs opponents averaging69.633.125-5643.9%6-1834.4%14-2068.7%361013177134
Stats Against (Road Games)58.929.021-5637.6%7-2132.7%10-1568.4%30911196133

W VIRGINIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games9-10-7.26-106-867.232.539.5%38.166.730.443.3%35.2
Home Games6-2-0.12-42-172.035.542.5%39.264.728.742.4%34.1
Last 5 Games1-4-43-23-164.028.841.1%34.468.630.845.9%34.2
Conference Games2-5-4.64-33-264.630.638.8%37.165.930.343.7%35.0
W VIRGINIA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)67.232.523-5939.5%5-1729.2%16-2369.2%381412197124
vs opponents surrendering65.830.324-5642.0%6-1832.6%13-1968.2%351012187143
Team Stats (Home Games)72.035.525-5842.5%6-1733.6%17-2568.0%391315165125
Stats Against (All Games)66.730.423-5443.3%7-1836.1%13-2065.1%351013215144
vs opponents averaging70.133.225-5743.7%6-1934.2%14-2068.1%361013177134
Stats Against (Home Games)64.728.724-5742.4%6-1833.8%10-1662.6%341013215133
Average power rating of opponents played: KANSAS 77.8,  W VIRGINIA 75.2
KANSAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/22/2012@ OHIO ST74-66W5.5W140.5U25-4951.0%411920-6530.8%3713
12/29/2012AMERICAN89-57W - -34-5463.0%371121-5935.6%288
1/9/2013IOWA ST97-89W-11.5L149O31-6250.0%451430-7341.1%3811
1/12/2013@ TEXAS TECH60-46W-17L -19-4146.3%26917-4835.4%2816
1/19/2013@ TEXAS64-59W-9.5L127.5U20-5139.2%361525-5644.6%2914
1/22/2013@ KANSAS ST59-55W-3.5W -21-4645.7%351320-5735.1%2810
1/28/2013@ W VIRGINIA              
2/2/2013OKLAHOMA ST              
2/6/2013@ TCU              
2/9/2013@ OKLAHOMA              
2/11/2013KANSAS ST              
2/20/2013@ OKLAHOMA ST              

W VIRGINIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/11/2012@ DUQUESNE56-60L-8L137U22-6633.3%39824-5642.9%4314
12/22/2012RADFORD72-62W - -22-4845.8%341424-5642.9%3117
12/30/2012E KENTUCKY74-67W-11L -20-4940.8%391325-5644.6%2813
1/5/2013OKLAHOMA57-67L-5L -18-6030.0%391427-6144.3%4010
1/9/2013@ TEXAS57-53W4.5W128U19-6230.6%451119-5534.5%3914
1/12/2013KANSAS ST64-65L1.5W -24-4751.1%271425-4951.0%2814
1/16/2013@ IOWA ST67-69L8W143U25-6141.0%411523-5541.8%3513
1/19/2013@ PURDUE52-79L4L128.5O17-5829.3%341729-5949.2%4416
1/26/2013@ OKLAHOMA ST66-80L9.5L128.5O24-5642.9%281325-5248.1%3412
2/2/2013@ TEXAS TECH              
2/9/2013@ TCU              
2/13/2013@ BAYLOR              
2/16/2013TEXAS TECH              
2/18/2013@ KANSAS ST              
KANSAS: This team will have to overcome two huge losses in PF Thomas Robinson and PG Tyshawn Taylor, who combined for 34.3 PPG last year in leading the Jayhawks all the way to the NCAA title game. But with C Jeff Withey (9.0 PPG, 6.3 RPG, 3.6 BPG) manning the paint, this will be a difficult team to score on once again. Senior guard Elijah Johnson (10.2 PPG, 3.5 APG) should be able to step in a bigger role for head coach Bill Self and pick up some of the scoring left by Taylor in the backcourt. Freshman Anrio Adams will join him in the backcourt, battling for minutes with swingman Travis Releford (8.5 PPG, 4.2 RPG), who is also a menace on the defensive end of the floor. The X-factor of this team could be the development of highly-touted freshman PF Perry Ellis, a state-bred athlete who could emerge as a dangerous threat in the paint and help fill Robinson's void.
W VIRGINIA: West Virginia and Bob Huggins join the conference, returning three starters after compiling a 9-9 record in the Big East last season. After sitting out a year, Dayton transfer Juwan Staten will be a big factor at guard while sophomore Gary Browne (6.5 PPG, 3.9 RPG, 3.0 APG) should be prepared to take a big step up in the backcourt. But replacing last year's two leading scorers Kevin Jones and Darryl Bryant, who combined for almost 37 PPG last year will be a difficult task. PF Deniz Kilici (10.7 PPG, 5.3 RPG) is the lone double-digit scorer returning, but he will be joined in the frontcourt by La Salle transfer Aaric Murray, who at 6-foot-10 is a shot-blocking force (143 blocks over two college season) who can also step out and hit jumpers, averaging 13.7 PPG and making 36% of his threes at La Salle.
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*Kansas-West Virginia Preview* ==============================


Kansas (18-1) at West Virginia (9-10), 9:00 p.m. EDT

Its offense may be slumping, but Kansas has been especially solid on the defensive end lately.

The third-ranked Jayhawks will try to put it all together and extend the nation's longest active winning streak Monday night when they visit struggling West Virginia for the programs' first meeting.

While several other highly ranked teams have lost recently, Kansas (18-1, 6-0 Big 12) continues to find ways to win while building a one-game lead over Baylor atop the conference.

The Jayhawks have won 17 straight overall - their third-longest win streak under coach Bill Self - by an average of 16.8 points since their last defeat to then-No. 21 Michigan State on Nov. 13.

They rank near the top of the Big 12 in scoring defense (58.8 points per game) and opponent field goal percentage (34.9), and they've allowed an average of just 51.6 points in their past five games, beating Oklahoma 67-54 on Saturday.

Senior 7-footer Jeff Withey has led the effort, ranking among the Division I leaders with 4.3 blocks per game after swatting four against the Sooners.

"Defensively, we make some mistakes and he covers the floor behind us," Self said.

Kansas should be able to remain solid defensively against the Mountaineers, who rank near the bottom of the Big 12 in scoring (67.2 ppg) and field-goal percentage (39.5).

West Virginia (9-10, 2-4), playing its first season in the conference, has lost four of five overall. The Mountaineers are 6-2 at home, but they've dropped two of three league contests in Morgantown.

Freshman guard Eron Harris has emerged as the team's top scoring threat, averaging 15.8 points and hitting 11 of 22 from 3-point range in four games since moving into the starting lineup. West Virginia, though, has scored just 63.0 points per game on 38.4 percent shooting in its last three.

"We can't make shots," coach Bob Huggins told the school's official athletics website following Saturday's 80-66 loss at Oklahoma State. "It's become painfully obvious."

At the same time, Huggins' club has allowed opponents to shoot 21 of 37 (56.8 percent) from 3-point range in the last three games while giving up at least 79 points in both losses in that stretch.

The Jayhawks hope to take advantage of those struggles as they look to get back on track offensively.

While Kansas leads the conference in shooting 48.0 percent while averaging 74.6 points, it has managed just 62.2 per game while hitting 42.1 percent from the field in its last five contests.

Freshman guard Ben McLemore has still been steady in Big 12 play, boosting his season numbers by averaging 17.5 points on 57.6 percent shooting - 14 of 24 from 3-point range.

He and Withey combined for 31 points on 11-of-21 shooting against Oklahoma, but the rest of the team totaled 36 points and made 13 of 34 from the floor.

"Offensively, we were stale again," Self said.

West Virginia will try to pull off another upset after winning four of its last eight against opponents ranked first, second or third. Huggins, though, lost all three of his meetings with Kansas while coaching Kansas State in 2006-07.

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