Looks like a couple of very good teams slugging away at each other so far.
Kansas has played with the lead most of the way, and the difference has been its ability to get inside. The Jayhawks have 24 points in the paint, the Tigers only eight. That's also showing up in shooting percentage, where Kansas has hit 52 percent, and Memphis 39 percent. Kansas also is leading on the boards, 19-11.
Memphis' Derrick Rose, who was ill yesterday, was among the Tigers' starers but has only three points.
Forward Darrell Arthur is leading the Jayhawks with 10 points and four rebounds.
Chris Douglas-Roberts has 13 for the Tigers.