LAWRENCE, Kan. – Mario Little scored a career-high 15 points off the bench to help lead Kansas to a…
Little Steals the Show
Mario Little, who played his sixth game this season after battling back from a leg injury and a broken bone in his left hand, matched his season high in the first half with 11 points, including seven straight to give KU its biggest lead (31-10) of the half at the 7:25 mark. Last year's Junior College Player of the Year scored on a variety of shots throughout the game, including a pull-up 12-foot jump shot, a three-pointer, a six-foot shot off a dribble drive and pump fake, a fadeaway baseline jumper, and a layup off a nifty spin move on the left baseline. Little dedicated the game to his grandmother, Hazel, who has been in a Chicago hospital since Jan. 8 with internal bleeding. Sunday was her birthday. Little said her grandma is doing fine after surgery and is waiting to be cleared. "It kind of made me want to play harder," Little said. "I tried to come out and be aggressive like coach (Bill Self) said. I had a lot of...
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