Who Won the Carolina-Kansas Game?

The Carolina-Kansas game was a close one, but in the end, Carolina came out on top. Read all about the game here.

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Carolina’s Win

The Carolina Panthers won the game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, December 20th. This was a huge win for the team and their fans. Carolina has now won five games in a row and are looking like a strong contender for the playoffs.

Carolina’s Score

The final score of the game was Carolina 84, Kansas 72.

Carolina’s Record

Carolina’s record this season is 7-4. They have won four conference games and lost one. They are currently ranked 24th in the nation.

Kansas’ Loss

Carolina won the game against Kansas 92-89. This was a huge upset since Kansas was ranked higher than Carolina. Some people are saying that this was due to the fact that Carolina’s coach is more experienced.

Kansas’ Score

The Jayhawks lost to the Tar Heels 84-67.

Kansas’ Record

The Jayhawks, who had been unbeaten, were dealt their first loss of the season by the Tar Heels. Carolina outscored Kansas 24-10 in the second half to finish with a 71-63 victory. The Jayhawks fell to 27-1 on the season, while the Tar Heels improved to 20-9.

Highlights of the Game

The Carolina-Kansas game was a close one, with Carolina winning by a final score of 78-74. Carolina was led by their star player, Marcus Paige, who had 24 points and 6 assists. Paige was able to take control of the game in the second half and lead his team to victory. Highlights of the game can be seen below.

Carolina’s Highlights

Carolina got off to a great start, with 21 points in the first quarter. They continued their scoring dominance in the second quarter, putting up another 14 points. Kansas wasn’t able to keep pace, only scoring 7 points in the second quarter.

The third quarter was more of the same, with Carolina outscoring Kansas 16-6. This put the Tar Heels up by 18 heading into the final quarter.

Kansas made a bit of a comeback in the fourth quarter, outscoring Carolina 14-12. However, it wasn’t enough to overcome the deficit, and Carolina won the game by a final score of 59-37.

Kansas’ Highlights

Despite being down by as many as 17 points in the first half, Kansas found themselves only down four at halftime. In the second half, they applied full-court pressure which allowed them to get some easy baskets in transition. They capitalized on their opportunities and ended up winning the game by seven points.

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