KU basketball’s season ends with a loss to Arkansas in the Round of 32 Takeaways
After squandering a 10-point lead against Arkansas, the Jayhawks made effects delicate for themselves.
Wilson was upset after rotating the ball over late off his leg. Not to mention, KU kept missing vital free throws when the game was tight.
Kansas had a plenitude of chances but failed to do the little effects. That’s eventually why the Jayhawks ’ season is now over.
Davonte Davis finished with 25 points while Ricky Council added 21 further points for the Razorbacks,
who'll play the winner of No. 4 UConn and No. 5St. Mary’s in the Sweet 16. Jalen Wilson recorded 20 points and KJ Adams added 14 additional for KU.
Late in the game, the Jayhawks had the ball downcast three and Wilson was fouled with three seconds left.
Wilson made both free throws — he tried to miss the alternate but banked it in — and the timepiece expired as Arkansas inbounded the ball.
Before that, Arkansas ’ Ricky Council IV made two free throws to put the Razorbacks up three points.
Another big sequence late in the game After making one free gamble to go up one, Council missed the alternate but collected his own answer.
He was fouled and made both free throws and Arkansas went up 70- 67 with 20 seconds left.
Prior to that, Council missed a muumuu, but Kamani Johnson made the alternate-chance layup to put Arkansas up two points with 47 seconds left.
Wilson was fouled during the coming possession and converted both free throws to tie the game.