He actually had the 20 points in a 22 minute stretch of the game because he didn't score his first points until there was 8:47 left in the first half. He was hot.
Then Kansas got him exactly one shot in the last 11 minutes of the second half, a missed jumper with the shot clock expiring with 0:41 left, and no shots in overtime.
Way to ride the hot hand, Jayhawks.
I felt like I was watching Sherman again, screaming "SHOOT IT," then watching helplessly as he dumped it off to a teammate instead of going strong to the hoop.
But the spread was 2. Had KU hit the 3 at the end, he still would've lost... not that I had $20 on KU to cover a measly 2 point spread or anything.