The Jayhawks’ Week Ahead

The Kansas Jayhawks are second ranked team in the country after taking care of business and beating the #4 Duke Blue Devils last week. The Jayhawks are led by freshman sensation Andrew Wiggins who has been just as advertised so far as he was the top recruit in the country and could not be stopped against Duke where he went for 22 points and 8 boards in the victory. Tonight Wiggins will lead the heavily favored Kansas team in their first game in a week as they host Iona at Allen Fieldhouse.

At $110 per seat, Kansas basketball tickets for this game will be the Jayhawks least expensive of the season at Allen Fieldhouse, and 70% lower than the season average of $362. There are even less expensive games available as the Get-in for this game is a very fair $55. Following this game the Kansas Jayhawks get the next two nights off before having another home game against the Towson Tigers on Friday. Kansas should make quick work of this early season opponent who was blown out by 30+ points to an average Villanova team. This game also marks the Jayhawks second cheapest game of the season going for less than half of normal Kansas home games at a cost of $167 per ticket, with a Get-in price of just $70.

This Kansas team will then rest until they travel to the Bahamas on the 27th for the Battle 4 Atlantis Tournament. Kansas will have some tough competition if they are going to win this tournament as their first game comes against ACC opponent Wake Forest. Along with Villanova, Tennessee, USC, Iowa, Xavier and the University of Texas at El Paso who make up the other teams in this mid-season tournament.

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