Kansas was forced to share the Big 12 regular season title with Texas but Sunday the Jayhawks…
He's on Fire!
A day after he suffered a strained patellar tendon in his left knee during Saturday’s semifinal against Texas A&M and scored just four points, Chalmers had the best game of his life to lead Kansas to a Big 12 Tournament Championship victory over Texas at the Sprint Center. The junior guard scored a career-high 30 points, with his last five points coming in the final two minutes to help seal the victory. With KU up just 72-71 (1:52 remaining) and the partisan KU crowd chanting “Let’s Go Jayhawks,” Chalmers hit a three-point bomb and pumped his fist in the air. Then with the Longhorns down 78-73 and still clinging to hope with 40 seconds left, Chalmers stole a D.J. Augstin pass, got fouled, and made two free throws. This game was over and KU was about to celebrate its third straight Big 12 Tournament Championship and third consecutive victory over the Longhorns in the finals. Somehow, it was only fitting that the ball was in Chalmers’ hands at...
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