Feb 17, 2020 10:43 AM

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Posted Feb 17, 2020 10:43 AM

Mon 2/17

7:30PM KBGL - College Basketball - Iowa State @ Kansas (Jayhawk Network)

7:30PM 1590 KVGB/95.5FM - College Basketball - Iowa State @ Kansas (ESPN)

Tue 2/18

5:45PM KHOK – High School Basketball - Hoisington @ Hillsboro

5:45PM B104 – High School Basketball - Great Bend @ TMP

5:54PM KBGL – High School Basketball - Larned @ Hesston

Wed 2/19

5:15PM B104 – College Basketball - Hutchinson Men & Women @ Barton

6:00PM KBGL - KU Basketball Hawk Talk

Fri 2/21

5:45PM KHOK - High School Basketball - Larned @ Hoisington

5:45PM KBGL - High School Basketball - Larned @ Hoisington

5:45PM B104 - High School Basketball - Great Bend @ Dodge City

Sat 2/22

10:30AM KBGL - College Basketball - Kansas @ Baylor

5:15PM B104 - College Basketball - Garden City @ Barton (DH)

5:45PM 1590 KVGB/95.5FM - High School Basketball - Liberal @ Great Bend

Sun 2/23

2:00PM 1590 KVGB/95.5FM - NBA - Boston Celtics @ Los Angeles Lakers

Mon 2/24

7:30PM KBGL - College Basketball - Oklahoma State @ Kansas

Tue 2/25

5:45PM KHOK - High School Basketball - Hoisington @ Lyons

5:45PM KBGL - High School Basketball - Larned @ Halstead

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Feb 17, 2020 10:43 AM
Johnson helps Pitt hand K-State first loss, 63-59

FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) — Xavier Johnson made a short jumper with 10.1 seconds left to give his team the lead, then made two free throws with 4.6 seconds to help Pittsburgh top Kansas State 63-59 in the Fort Myers TipOff on Monday night.


“Coach drew up a play and I’m pretty good at driving to the basket,” Johnson said. “It’s a great win.”


After seeing a 57-51 lead disappear as they couldn’t score for 3:56, the Panthers (5-2) scored six points in the last 10.1 seconds. Two more free throws by Justin Champagnie clinched it with 0.1 seconds left.


Ryan Murphy and Eric Hamilton both scored 13 points for Pitt while Johnson and Champagnie added 12 each.


The Panthers won despite making just 1 of 16 3-pointers and committing 21 turnovers. They did hit 47% of their shots, went 18 of 21 on free throws and had a 40-30 rebounding advantage.


“When you have 21 turnovers and two assists, how do you win a game like that?” Pitt coach Jeff Capel said. “You go out and rebound like we did. Show toughness. We’re not going to out-talent most teams and they have players and a program that has a culture.”


Cartier Diarra scored 13 and DaJuan Gordon added 12, 10 straight in the first half, for Kansas State (4-1), which made just 3 of 13 free throws.


“That’s not gonna happen again,” Diarra said.


Xavier Sneed, who came in leading K-State with 16 points per game, didn’t score until 15:40 remained in the second half. He finished with eight points.


For the first time this season, Kansas State had a first-half lead, going up 30-28. The Wildcats took a 9-0 lead. They also led 27-17 before Pitt rallied.


“We didn’t finish off that first half,” Diarra said. “If we keep that 10-point lead, it’s a different story.”