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(AP) -- Kansas survived another lackluster shooting performance, extending its win streak despite facing some high-profile opponents.
A visit from unheralded Lafayette on Saturday could provide the 10th-ranked Jayhawks a lower-pressure environment to begin fixing their issues before Big 12 play begins.
Kansas (8-1) shot 39.4 percent in its past four games and connected at 41.9 percent in a 63-60 victory over then-No. 13 Utah last Saturday, its second ranked opponent in that stretch. The Jayhawks blew a 21-point lead in the second half, but made six free throws in the final 39 seconds and finished a season-best 21 of 23 from the line in their seventh consecutive victory.MORE
|Assists:||F. Mason III||3.6|
|FT%:||F. Mason III||87.9%|
|Steals:||F. Mason III||1.4|