Kansas Expects Jalen Wilson Back

Kansas forward Jalen Wilson, who has been out because of COVID-19 protocols, is expected to fly to Indianapolis on Monday morning and be available to play Monday night against USC.

“He’s suiting up (Monday night). He’ll suit up. If he’s here, he’s suiting up. And I anticipate him getting in the game,” Kansas coach Bill Self said. “I don’t know how much he’ll play. He’s going to be rusty, he’s going to be fatigued, he’s going to be far less than 100 peecent. But he can rebound the ball and do some things. He may play three minutes, he may play 10 minutes, he may play 15, I don’t know.”

Wilson, who is 6-8, averages 12.1 and 8.2 rebounds. He has been the Jayhawks’ best rebounder and leads the team with nine double-doubles.

9 thoughts on “Kansas Expects Jalen Wilson Back

  1. Glad KU will be a full-strength!
    The Jayhawks are battle-tested, having played a monster schedule (as always).

    Great test for Enfield and the Trojans.
    I vaguely recall that we may have scheduled a home-away series with KU BB for the 21 and 22 seasons?

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  2. Wow. Oregon State is hot right now. I think OK St. will catch fire though in the 2nd half. Never thought the Pac 12 would have the possibility of 5 team in the Sweet 16, but it might happen but probably 3- UCLA, Oregon, maybe USC, maybe Colorado, and good chance for Oregon State.

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  3. Oregon State in the Sweet 16! Well deserved that team is playing really hard for every minute in the game, and they hit their free throws. If SC would play hard for the entire game, and stay under control plus hit free throws they have a chance to beat Kansas. Street ball out of control 1 on 1 basketball does not win in the NCAA tournament. Play hard tomorrow night Trojans, and play with focus and discipline that it’s your ball game to win not lose.

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  4. All the top seeds are getting beat which shows how balanced college basketball is this year. Oregon St., can beat Loyola Chicago, and then has a chance to make the final 4. They are in by far the easiest bracket. Let’s see if they can continue their hot streak of playing way over their heads due to the hot 3 point shooting.

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