Since Kansas basketball played and beat Dayton to win the Maui Invitational back on November 27, it felt like forever until the Jayhawks played again. That long gap made me and many other fans wonder just how good Kansas would look after such a long break.
The answer? Not great, but that’s okay.
While they won by 14 points and controlled the game from the start, Kansas didn’t play excellent. They had 21 turnovers and took an entire half to get going from behind the three-point line. As a matter of fact, every starter for Kansas had a minimum of three turnovers.