ITP: Mountain Mama Revenge, Josh Jackson, and KU/OU Pt. II

The drops board isn’t working on today’s episode of Inside the Paint, so Daniel had to improvise. How did that go, exactly?

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The Jayhawks got their revenge on the Mountain Mamas of West Virginia. Landen Lucas’ historic performance (no, really!) lifted KU to a comfortable win against a top-10 team, but that’s just the beginning of a treacherous week for the 11-time defending conference champions. We talk about Frank Mason’s shot selection, the disappearance of Wayne Selden, Perry Ellis’ case for a retired jersey, and Landen Lucas’ breakout performance in this section.
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Josh Jackson, the #1 recruit of 2016, is trending on KU’s radar. Daniel breaks down the likelihood of Jackson committing to Kansas, and he also discusses what Jackson could bring to the table should he decide to take his talents to Lawrence. If what he expects to see from Jackson turns out to be true, we’re in for a treat next year.

The Jayhawks are gearing up for the rematch of January’s thriller against Oklahoma. You surely knew about that, but did you know that one of the Sooners stars is struggling and could be the difference in this game? We go through the outcomes and have very different expectations of a much-anticipated contest.

Also included: Jayhawks in the NBA, #AskRCB, and previewing all the games from around Big 12 conference play.

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Ryan Landreth

I’m a recent graduate of MidAmerica Nazarene University. In addition to writing for Rock Chalk Blog, I host the Inside the Paint podcast that covers KU basketball, and I write for Royals Review in the summer. My grandma has had season tickets to Jayhawk basketball for 30 years, and I have the privilege of going to most games with her.