Help- Win Probabilities (with a poll!)

Ok, need some opinions and help today.  Got a few ideas bouncing around in my head and I'm trying to figure out which of these I like better (neither are mine).  They will probably look familiar to a lot of you but just in case, they're win probability graphs from last Tuesday's game. 

Graph A: Shows Kansas starting the game with an 82% chance of a win and according to this one, KU was never in danger of losing this game.


Win_graph_1_medium

Graph B: Shows Kansas and Memphis starting out with an equal chance of winning the game and the chances stay that way through most of the game.


Win_graph_2_medium

Which graph do you believe shows a more accurate picture of the game?  Feel free to justify or discuss your choice in the comments.

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