No. 1 Kentucky dominates No. 5 Kansas, ex-Curie star Alexander

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INDIANAPOLIS — Kansas coach Bill Self took his seat, reached for a waiting bottle of water, looked out at the assembled media and took a swig.

“Dang,” he said. “I was hoping that was vodka.”

It was that kind of night for freshman Cliff Alexander and the fifth-ranked Jayhawks, who were crushed — “embarrassed,” Self called it — by No. 1 Kentucky 72-40. Read more

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