Kansas Jayhawks: Five Things to Expect on Senior Night

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Feb 14, 2015; Lawrence, KS, USA; Kansas Jayhawks forward Perry Ellis (34) shoots a basket against Baylor Bears guard Lester Medford (11) in the second half at Allen Fieldhouse. Kansas won the game 74-64. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

He may not be a senior, but the junior from Wichita could be possibly playing his last game in Allen Fieldhouse.

If he can continue is hot play down the stretch, it’s not inconceivable he turns pro after the NCAA Tournament.

But one thing you can be certain of tonight is he will play well.

The missed layup has to still be on his mind, and he has shown us dunking is no problem for the three-time Big 12 Player of the Week.

Look for the first Ellis dunk of the game to bring the house down. If this is his final game in Lawrence, here’s to hoping the crowd gives him the cheers he deserves.

But here’s to also hoping it’s not this last game.

While Ellis should be bringing his “A” game to the field house, we most likely won’t have a Cliff Alexander sighting on the court.

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