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Andrew Wiggins remembers sitting in the bleachers of Allen Fieldhouse long after the final whistle, watching as the crowd showered the departing Kansas players with love.
Kansas clinched the Big 12 regular-season title Saturday. There was no celebration.
Marcus Smart had no intention of avoiding Joel Embiid, Kansas' 7-foot shot blocker.
Lon Kruger knew that if Oklahoma was going to keep No. 5 Kansas from clinching at least a share of its 10th straight Big 12 title, it would have to weather the Jayhawks' runs.
Naadir Tharpe finally got to stand in the middle of the court at Allen Fieldhouse, bask in the adulation of another sellout crowd and celebrate a conference championship.
Fred Hoiberg has walked into Allen Fieldhouse to face Kansas enough times as a player and coach to anticipate what would happen to Iowa State on Wednesday night.
Just minutes after Andrew Wiggins put No. 6 Kansas on his back, scoring six of his career-high 29 points in the defining moment of the game, Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg offered a glowing assessment of the star freshman.
Not much has gone right for No. 24 Baylor since Big 12 play began, and the Bears sure didn't solve many of their problems Monday night.
Defense and hustle have been the hallmarks of Kansas ever since Bill Self took over the program. Heck, they were a big part of it even before his arrival.