The Kansas Jayhawks were on a roll when the 2020 NCAA men’s basketball tournament was cancelled. They were No. 1 in the final AP Poll, the Big 12 regular-season champion and one of the favorites to make the Final Four. 

The Jayhawks were full of talent, but big man and Naismith Player of the Year finalist Udoka Azubuike was their senior leader and arguably their best player. Azubuike was a force inside as he averaged a double-double with 13.7 points and 10.5 rebounds — plus 2.6 blocks per game. 

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Azubuike joined Andy Katz on this week’s edition of March Madness 365 to break down Katz’s picks for five of Azubuike’s best games in his college career. Azubuike’s segment of the podcast begins at about the 30-second mark. Butler’s Kamar Baldwin is also a guest on this week’s episode. 

Here are Udoka Azubuike’s five best college performances, according to Andy Katz: 

5. Kansas at TCU — Feb. 4, 2020