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Kansas Jayhawks senior Frank Mason III knows how to handle a basketball in the open court, but there was no reason for him to take out his defender with a crossover like that.
As he pulled up for an open three, Mason left a Michigan State Spartans defender in his wake. He took his time before launching the shot during the second round of the NCAA tournament Sunday.
But he didn't convert the basket after making his opposition look silly.