Scores & Stats

Kansas vs. Wake Forest MBB summary

Updated: 2013-11-29T06:01:22Z

No. 2 KU 87, WAKE FOREST 78

KANSASMINFG-AFT-AO-RAPFPT
Wiggins256-134-72-44117
Black163-41-21-1137
Ellis233-83-41-7129
Selden, Jr213-72-42-2128
Tharpe271-52-20-2215
Traylor243-42-21-5128
Mason234-94-61-23213
White III172-62-31-4136
Embiid154-62-22-60410
Frankamp90-04-60-1014
TEAM5-1
Totals20029-6226-3815-39142187

Percentages: FG .468, FT .684. Three-Point Goals: 3-15, .200 (Tharpe 1-3, Wiggins 1-4, Mason 1-4, Selden, Jr. 0-1, White III 0-3). Blocked Shots: 3 (Embiid 3). Turnovers: 9 (Mason 3, Tharpe, Traylor, Selden, Jr., Wiggins, Black, Ellis). Steals: 6 (Wiggins 3, Mason, White III, Ellis). Technical Fouls: None.

WAKE FORESTMinFGM-AFTM-AO-RAPFPT
Thomas194-70-01-4048
McKie322-60-13-6226
Cavanaugh273-73-41-80411
Miller-McIntyre3410-164-71-34126
Jones333-54-80-04110
Williams183-62-21-10210
Adala Moto160-73-52-4053
Washington101-12-22-3034
Rountree III80-00-01-1020
Overton30-10-00-1000
TEAM4-1
Totals20026-5618-2913-35102478

Percentages: FG .464, FT .621. Three-Point Goals: 8-19, .421 (Williams 2-3, McKie 2-3, Miller-McIntyre 2-5, Cavanaugh 2-5, Adala Moto 0-3). Blocked Shots: 4 (Washington 2, Cavanaugh, McKie). Turnovers: 13 (Cavanaugh 4, Adala Moto 3, Jones 2, McKie 2, Thomas 2). Steals: 5 (McKie, Miller-McIntyre, Adala Moto, Cavanaugh, Jones). Technical Fouls: Thomas 2, Cavanaugh.

Half: Kansas 40-26. Att: 3,380. Officials: Mike Stuart, Gary Maxwell, Jeb Hartness.

BATTLE 4 ATLANTIS

Thursday’s results

No. 2 Kansas 87, Wake Forest 78

Villanova 93, USC 79

No. 23 Iowa 77, Xavier 74, OT

Tennessee at UTEP, late

Today’s games

Xavier vs. Tennessee/UTEP loser, noon

USC vs. Wake Forest, 2:30 p.m.

No. 23 Iowa vs. Tennessee/UTEP winner, 6 p.m.

Villanova vs. No. 2 Kansas, 9:30 p.m.

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