The Kansas Jayhawks stepped up and did what they had to do and that's really all that matters. KU shoot over 52% from the field during five of their six tournament games, and more impressively held their opponents to pretty horrible field goal percentages with their solid defense. With six seniors and Brandon Rush leaving, there is no doubt KU will have their work cut out for them next year. But that's next year. They can worry about that later.
As for Mario Chalmers' three pointer that tied the game, 63-63, with 2.1 seconds - that's what greatness is made of.