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.