Kansas Jayhawks 2001/02

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Jayhawks Big 12
Coach: Roy Williams
Record: 33-4
Dance Seed: 1
Dance Result: Round of 4
Players: Drew Gooden
*Nick Collison
*Kirk Hinrich
NCAA Stats CategoryRank+/-
Scoring Offense * 1 A+
Scoring Defense * 255 D
Free-Throw Percentage * 72
Rebound Margin * 3 A+
Assists Per Game * 1 A+
Turnovers Per Game * 238 D+
Scoring Margin 3 A+
Field-Goal Percentage 1 A+
Field-Goal Percentage Defense 27 A-
Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage 3 A+
Three-Point Field Goals Per Game 183
Won-Lost Percentage 1 A+
Blocked Shots Per Game 10
Steals Per Game 21 A-
MPI - Marchpool Index 18
Dance of 68 StatsRank+/-
Ball Control65D+
RPI Decade9A-
Round of 4
#10 Seed: The 2001/02 Kansas Jayhawks, led by Drew Gordon and Nick Collison, were made-up of one of the decade's most powerful front lines.  Ball control was good if not solid, with a propensity to turn it over that made this KU team vulnerable. Roy Williams coached these Jayhawks to a perfect 16-0 Big 12 campaign and a #1 seed. These Jayhawk's made it all the way to the Final 4 in Atlanta. KU was shown the March exit door by Juan Dixon and Maryland's National Championship team.  The 2001/02 campaign was a warm-up for what would be Roy Williams last season at KU, a season where the Jayhawks finished a bitter runner-up to Jim Boeheim's Syracuse Orange and NBA superstar Carmelo Anthony.