I agree. He was not at peak before the impact. After, he appeared unable to clear the cobwebs fully.
We are in some trouble if he has a concussion, which is how it appeared.
Again, it took Malik 2-3 games to really recover from his apparent concussion.
We may not see the real Devonte again until the Finals, if we make it that far.
This team has faced so much adversity!!! It is just amazing.
If it wins the Carney, it has to go down as tied with the '88 champs as the most remarkable team in KU history.
I’m even tempted to say its more remarkable, because the '88 team had Danny Manning as the hub and Manning was one of the 50 greatest collegiate basketball players of the second half century of the game.
This team is somehow doing it without a Manning.
These players are really, really admirable and special in the character department.
And it is a reminder to us all that you cannot judge a book by its cover.
I can remember when many of us, me included, were doubting this teams’ toughness.
Even if they lose the next game, this team will rank in my memory as one of KU’s toughest ever.
I don’t recall another KU team overcoming this much adversity without a single superstar on the team.
They are just the most amazing bunch of individuals I have had the pleasure to watch play the game in a long time.
I so hope they can become champions, so that their incredible accomplishments so far, will be etched in memory for all time.
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