We hadn't seen a game like that in decades.
Andrew Wiggins certainly looked like he could fly during Kansas' opening game in the 2014 NCAA Tournament game. With No. 2
Joel Embiid, freshman center for the Kansas Jayhawks, has to be careful. Embiid is currently sidelined with a stress fracture in his back, and no one knows how long it will keep him off the court -- he may end up missing the opening weekend of the NCAA tournament. The 7-foot phenom is 19 years old with his entire basketball career ahead of him. Embiid, the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year and a potential number one pick in June's NBA Draft, is stuck in a precarious situation. Right now, 10th-ranked Kansas is one of just a handful of teams capable of winning a national championship. Yet if Embiid returns to the game too soon, he risks damaging his back irreversibly.
It took Andrew Wiggins about six seconds to show off the athleticism that has had him tipped as a future NBA star since high
Kansas freshman Andrew Wiggins scored 22 points in a blowout win over Kansas State on Saturday, including this emphatic one
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Jeff Eisenberg of Yahoo! Sports' "The Dagger" wrote that Wiggins puts Kansas right into the Final Four hunt. Jeff Borzello
"This is unreal. I mean he is putting on a clinic out here," TBS analyst Steve Kerr said after Burke scored his second basket
In the South Region, the veteran No. 1 Jayhawks must overcome the young stars of No. 4 Michigan to reach the Elite Eight
The winner in this matchup on Friday, March 29 at 7:37 p.m. ET will advance to the Elite Eight and play the winner of No