DETROIT — It was only fitting that KU was playing in the Motor City on Friday night. Behind senior…
Case Comes Up Big With Sherron Collins battling a bad head cold and Brandon Rush and Mario Chalmers in second-half foul trouble, KU coach Bill Self went with senior Jeremy Case on Friday night. Case, who scored three points in nine minutes, responded by hitting a big three-pointer with eight seconds remaining in the first half, which gave KU a 19-point lead and a big momentum boost heading into halftime. “Sherron (four points, four assists, two steals, and three turnovers in 21 minutes) wasn’t himself at all, that was obvious to see,” Self said. “I thought (Case) gave us great minutes. I’ve said all along he’s the best shooter on the team. Of course, he looked like it on that shot he took the first half. He’s waited his time for five years for that one possession, because that was a big-game possession. I was really happy for him.” Case was pretty happy himself after the game. “It felt great,” he said. “It felt good being out there, but I’m...
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