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Freshman Ben McLemore had a career-high 33 points, including a tying 3-pointer with a second left in regulation, and No. 6 Kansas rallied to beat Iowa State 97-89 in overtime Wednesday night.
McLemore was 10 of 12 from the field and perfect on six 3-pointers for the Jayhawks (13-1, 1-0 Big 12), who scored the first nine points of overtime to wrap up their 12th straight win.
Iowa State (10-4, 0-1) poured in 14 3-pointers, and had forged a 79-76 lead with 8.4 seconds left in regulation. But the Jayhawks' Elijah Johnson found McLemore on the wing, and he banked in a 3-pointer from well beyond the arc with a single tick on the clock to force overtime.
McLemore added another 3-pointer to open the extra 5 minutes, and Travis Releford and Jeff Withey made five consecutive free throws to help put the game away.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Kansas red shirt freshman Ben McLemore was caught celebrating in the locker room after his 22 point performance and a
big win for Kansas over Ohio State
74-66. I think I would take his dance skills over his basketball skills personally.
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Kansas’ Ben McLemore is my new hero, and his dance will surely catch on faster than the dougie. McLemore had just drained a game tying three-pointer to send his Jayhawks into overtime against Iowa State. Kansas took that momentum into overtime to win 97-89, and then the celebration began. Check out the easy candidate for dance of the year, and yes we realize that it is only...
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I think I’ve watched this GIF of the Kansas Jayhawks dancing after their victory over Ohio State between 15-17 times before I could pull myself away to write about it. WritingBareBack, who found this GIF, gives an amazing breakdown of all the players involved. Besides #23 Ben McLemore, my favorite dude to watch is the goofy white guy in the back rocking side-to-side! ...
The Kansas Jayhawks survived a close game at home beating Iowa State 97-89. Kansas red-shirt freshman Ben McLemore had a career night finishing with 33 points, and most importantly his 5th three-pointer of the night to send the game into overtime. KU is currently ranked 6th in the country.
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) -- Freshman Ben McLemore had a career-high 33 points, including a tying 3-pointer with a second left in regulation, and No. 6 Kansas rallied to beat Iowa State 97-89 in overtime Wednesday night.
McLemore was 10 of 12 from the field and perfect on six 3-pointers for the Jayhawks (13-1, 1-0 Big 12), who scored the first nine points of overtime to wrap up their...
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