Second-half surge helps Kansas run past Wofford, 72-47 - University of Kansas Athletics
The combo of freshman Devon Dotson, redshirt-junior Dedric Lawson, and a 27-0 second-half run proved to be too much for Wofford as the No. 2 Kansas Jayhawks claimed a 72-47 win over the Terriers Tuesday night inside Allen Fieldhouse. With Wofford coming into the game averaging 11 3-pointers per game, some stout Jayhawk defense helped close out on the perimeter, leading to the Terriers to a 3-of-23 clip from beyond the arc, a season low.
Bill Self gives full update on Udoka Azubuike's injured ankle
Udoka Azubuike played only four minutes in KU basketball's 72-47 win over Wofford. Azubuike attempted to go for a block midway through the first half and landed awkwardly on his right ankle. He looked to be in pain and was helped off the court and into the locker room.
Why KU, even without Udoka Azubuike, will likely be a fascinating team to watch
One could pull out many moments from Kansas basketball’s 72-47 victory over Wofford on Tuesday to discuss why the Jayhawks were so effective during a 27-0 second-half run, but this short sequence stood out in real time.
Jayhawks down Wofford on night Udoka Azubuike leaves game with ankle sprain
“The concern is Udoka, his health. He sprained it pretty good,” KU coach Bill Self said after the game, KU’s seventh victory in as many tries. “X-rays are negative. But he’ll be out. When I say ‘out,’ not ‘day to day.’ It’ll be a while. Hopefully we’ll have him back healthy before Christmas. We don’t know that to be the case. We’ll have to wait and see, see how the swelling goes.
KU’s Udoka Azubuike suffers ankle sprain, will be out indefinitely
Kansas center Udoka Azubuike suffered an ankle sprain during Tuesday night’s game against Wofford and will be “out indefinitely,” KU coach Bill Self said during his halftime interview on Jayhawk Network.
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The play capped off a stretch of seven straight points from Grimes. It also represented a switch flipping for Grimes to a more aggressive mindset in the second half of KU’s 72-47 win over Wofford. After struggling for the better part of a month, Grimes finished with 14 points on 6-for-10 shooting, adding three rebounds and an assist in the win.
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