Kansas basketball players won the NCAA College League title last night, as they beat North Carolina 72:69 in the final in New Orleans.
North Carolina led at halftime with 40:25, but in the continuation, Kansas made the biggest turnaround in the history of the finals and thus reached the fourth title in the NCAA championship.
The most efficient in the winning team were David McCormack and Jalen Wilson with 15 points each, while Remy Martin scored less points.
In the North Carolina team, Armando Baycott and JJ Davis were better than the others with 15 points each.
This is the first NCAA league title since 2008 for the University of Kansas.