KU Basketball: Where To Watch Jayhawks Vs Huskies

Kansas Jayhawks forward Landen Lucas (33) - Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports
Kansas Jayhawks forward Landen Lucas (33) - Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports /

The KU basketball teams faces off against the Huskies in this round of 32 match-up. See where to catch the action.

The KU Basketball team had little difficulty beating the 16-seed Austin Peay Governors on Thursday afternoon. They rolled to a 105-79 victory that saw them score more than 50 points in each half.

The Kanas Jayhawks took advantage of the Governors early and often as they rolled out to a big lead by the end of the first half of play. They also saw some big-time production from a player that has been quiet all season long.

Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk scored a team-high 23 points for the KU Basketball team and that was after he went scoreless in the final two games of the Big 12 Tournament. His high ceiling has never really been touched, but he showed flashes of his promise on Thursday.

If he catches fire during the tournament to help the number one overall seed, he could help the Jayhawks claim the championship for the first time since 2008.

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Who: University of Connecticut Huskies (25-10, 11-7)

Where: Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines, Iowa

When: Saturday, March 19th at 6:45 P.M. Central

Network: CBS

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The Kansas Jayhawks will look to fend off a very tough Huskies team in their second game of the tournament. You can watch the KU basketball live stream on NCAA Live as the Jayhawks face the University of Connecticut Huskies in the round of 32.

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The Kansas Jayhawks could have a tough time in this match-up as the Huskies are a much better team than the Governors.

Not only do the Huskies play great defense, tied for 15th best in the Nation, they are the best free-throw shooting team in the country. If the Jayhawks foul the Huskies as much as they did the Governors, it could be a much closer match-up than they’d like.

The Jayhawks will hope for the improved play of Wayne Selden Jr to continue into Saturday’s contest also. He scored 14 points against the Governors after having struggled down the stretch.

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The Jawhawks will want to keep the Huskies off the line and put them in a position that requires a big run. The KU Basketball team has played very solid basketball lately but they shouldn’t get too far ahead of themselves. They just need to focus on one game at a time.