Kansas basketball fight: Huge brawl mars ending vs. Kansas Condition – SB Country


A battle broke out at the close of Kansas’ household victory above Kansas State Tuesday night, with a benches-clearing brawl creating a scary scene at Phog Allen Fieldhouse.

With Kansas Condition down 21 details as the clock was expiring, Wildcats freshman guard DeJuan Gordon stole the ball and went in for a layup. Kansas huge guy Silvio De Sousa emphatically blocked his layup attempted, and started trash conversing to him as he laid on the ground. That is when the mayhem begun.

Here’s the comprehensive movie, from ESPN:

Here’s one more angle of what was likely on inside of of the brawl:

And another angle of the battle:

De Sousa experienced a stool in his hands and seemed all set to swing it at the height of the brawl when someone snatched it absent from him:

This photograph of De Sousa obtaining prepared to swing the stool is surreal. Both equally groups are lucky another person was not critically hurt:

The images from the brawl are as terrifying as they are unbelievable. Right here are a few of the best from Getty:

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Kansas State v Kansas

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Kansas State v Kansas

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Kansas State v Kansas

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Kansas State v Kansas

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Kansas State v Kansas

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The referees set one next back again on the clock right after clearing the scene and manufactured the gamers finish out the sport.

Kansas mentor Monthly bill Self gave the following statements soon after the game:

Bill Self claims, “I know we were being in the completely wrong” in terms of the KU-KSU melee. “That was an embarrassment in our part for the position that we performed in it.” Self suggests there will be penalties he’s handing down tomorrow.

— Jesse Newell (@jessenewell) January 22, 2020

Monthly bill Self on what he considered of K-State’s actions: Not absolutely sure it’s the correct detail to do, but he would not location any blame on Gordon for getting De Sousa’s ball. De Sousa ought to be mature ample to deal with whatever’s thrown at him.

— Jesse Newell (@jessenewell) January 22, 2020

Monthly bill Self mentioned the KU-KSU melee spilled above to the handicap session. Took a instant to compose himself imagining about that. “At the very least if you happen to be heading to do a little something, at minimum take it on the court or whatsoever. It’s absurd that they would go into the stands.”

— Jesse Newell (@jessenewell) January 22, 2020

We’ll incorporate more specifics as this story develops.