Riding a 13-game winning streak since a season-opening loss to Indiana, No. 3-ranked Kansas basketball (13-1 overall, 2-0 Big 12) is back in Allen Fieldhouse looking to keep the streak alive, versus Texas Tech (12-2, 1-1).
Around the Big 12: West Virginia beat TCU at home; Kansas State beat Oklahoma at home.
And if you missed it, Sam Cuncliffe announced he will transfer from Arizona State to Kansas earlier this afternoon. We'll have more coverage of his transfer on KUSports.com after the game, but he should be eligible to play in the second semester next year.
What's the storyline that everybody will be watching tonight? For me, I'll go with Lagerald Vick. It seems like he either has a really great game or he's a non factor, but nothing in between. He had 3 points in 24 minutes against Texas Tech. KU will need his defense and length to help the offense and rebounding against the Red Raiders.
Texas Tech starters: Keenan Evans, Devon Thomas, Justin Gray, Zach Smith and Anthony Livingston.
Scoreboard clock under 7 minutes. On a scale of 1-10, what are people thinking for potential Texas Tech upset?
Udoka Azubuike back in the building, post surgery.
Starting lineup introductions underway...
Josh Jackson's big dunk against K-State makes it to the pregame hype video.
Livingston drills a jumper to open the scoring for the Raiders.
Devonte Graham hits a mid-range jumper for KU's first basket. Tech doing a nice job on the boards early on.
Landen Lucas offensive rebound sets up Graham triple. He knocked Zach Smith to the ground on one box out.
Josh Jackson steal on the perimeter leads to breakout dunk. Crowd hyped up.
Nice job by Zach Smith to get open for a 3-pointer. KU defended for about 28 seconds on that possession.
Lagerald Vick and Carlton Bragg checking in after next whistle. And Devonte Graham hits another 3.
Texas Tech shooting 3-of-9 from the field. Kansas is 5-of-10.