MIAMI -- Scoring balance is something to appreciate, but when the averages soar into the ranges achieved by the No. 2 Kansas starters, the possibilities are even more encouraging.
Each starter averages at least 13.5 points per game, contributing to a 94.5-points per game average that ranks sixth nationally and a nation-best scoring margin of 33 points.
Bill Self, however, issued an advisory as the No. 2 Jayhawks (6-0) prepared for a matchup Saturday against Syracuse (6-0) in the final of the Hoophall Miami Invitational at American Airlines Arena.
"We're not going to score this many points. The points we're scoring, you know, it's inflated," cautioned the Kansas coach. "Everybody scores more points in nonconference. You get into conference play, by the time you play somebody a second time, you're trying to figure out a way to score instead of thinking about how many." << Read more
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