Where do Chalmers' NCAA tourney theatrics rank?
One pass. Eight increasingly frantic dribbles. Another pass. One last dribble for balance.
And then Mario Chalmers rose off the floor in San Antonio.
That was the preamble to the biggest shot in Kansas basketball history, launched April 7 in the Alamodome when all national championship hope appeared lost.
Darnell Jackson made the inbounds pass to Sherron Collins, who took eight urgent bounces up court under defensive duress before half-shoving, half-passing ...
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