Who Won Between North Carolina and Kansas?

It was a close game, but in the end North Carolina came out on top. If you want to know all the highlights from the game, check out our blog post.

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The Score

In a very close game, North Carolina won by a score of 71 to 63. This was a hard fought battle by both teams, with each team giving it their all. In the end, North Carolina just had a little bit more to give and they came out on top.

North Carolina’s Score

North Carolina beat Kansas quite badly in their recent game. North Carolina’s score was 95, and Kansas’s score was 71. North Carolina fans were very pleased with the game, and were cheering loudly throughout it.

Kansas’s Score

Kansas beat North Carolina 85-81

The Highlights

The game between North Carolina and Kansas was a close one, with North Carolina winning by a final score of 89-84. Kansas started the game strong, taking an early lead. However, North Carolina fought back and took control of the game in the second half. The game was a back-and-forth affair, but North Carolina ultimately came out on top.

North Carolina’s Highlights

-Kansas made a series of errors that led to North Carolina’s first touchdown.
– North Carolina’s second touchdown was the result of a 67-yard run by Javonte Williams.
– Kansas missed a field goal attempt early in the second quarter.
– Late in the second quarter, UNC’s Michael Carter ran for a touchdown, giving the Tar Heels a 21-7 lead.

Kansas’s Highlights

North Carolina may have taken home the win, but let’s take a look at some of the highlights from Kansas’s game. One of the most notable moments was when freshman Jalen Wilson hit a game-tying three-pointer with less than a minute left in regulation. That clutch shot helped send the game into overtime, where Kansas ultimately fell short.


North Carolina’s MVP

In the 2017 NCAA championship game, the North Carolina Tar Heels and the Kansas Jayhawks fought for the title. Each team had players that stood out, but in the end, it was North Carolina’s Justin Jackson that took home the MVP honors.

Jackson, a 6’8″ forward from Tomball, Texas, scored 22 points and had 2 assists in the game. He also shot 50% from three-point range, helping to lead his team to a 71-65 victory. For his stellar performance, Jackson was awarded the Final Four Most Outstanding Player award.

This was not Jackson’s only accomplishment during his time at North Carolina. He was also named the ACC Player of the Year in 2017 and finished his college career as the Tar Heels’ fourth all-time leading scorer with 1,767 points. Jackson now plays for the Sacramento Kings in the NBA.

Kansas’s MVP

In the end, the Jayhawks’ more balanced and battle-tested roster was too much for the Tar Heels. UNC never led in the second half and was eventually blown out by 14 points. Amidst all of this, one player stood out: Kansas’ Devonte’ Graham.

The 6’2″ point guard was spectacular, finishing with 27 points on 50% shooting, 7 assists, and 5 rebounds. He also hit four three-pointers, including this dagger late in the game to put Kansas up by double digits.

Graham has been excellent all season long, but this performance was on another level. He took over the game when it mattered most and led his team to a victory against a tough opponent. For his efforts, Devonte’ Graham is our MVP of the game.

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