Kansas basketball highlights vs. Monmouth: The Flying Dutchman

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Kansas basketball controlled their game against Monmouth last Friday night from the opening tip, and almost until the final whistle. The Jayhawks ended up winning the game 112-57.

The Jayhawks had a few moments to add to their highlight reel by the end of their contest with Monmouth. Kansas basketball got up big early on the Hawks, which led to every singe Kansas player scoring a point in the game.

Sharpshooter Isaiah Moss put on a shooting clinic and led the Jayhawks in points with 21. He was 5-6 from behind the three-point line and 6-6 from the free throw line.

Sophomore David McCormack also had a big night, notching his first double-double of the season. McCormack finished with 17 points, 11 rebounds, and four assists on 7-8 shooting.

As mentioned though, every Jayhawk got on the board against Monmouth, resulting in a great team win.

Here are the highlights from Kansas basketball’s showdown with Monmouth last Friday night:

How about Netherlands native Tristan Enaruna? The freshman had two electric dunks on the night against the Hawks. The first dunk was off of a beautiful lob from Marcus Garrett and the other incredibly athletic-looking dunk came off a breakaway midway through the second half.

“The Flying Dutchman” might be Kansas’ most athletic and exciting freshman. He has an unbelievable skillset, including the ability to shoot the ball, which adds to his utility. Just based on what he can do on the floor, Enaruna may be a solid NBA player in the future.

In the meantime, expect to see a lot more of Tristan Enaruna this season, as he’s a good fit in the four-guard Kansas lineup with his ability to spread the floor.

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The Jayhawks will be back in action on Tuesday this week when they take on East Tennessee State at 7:00 PM. The game will be held at Allen Fieldhouse and can be streamed on ESPN+.