Kansas won its third straight game over a ranked opponent on Monday night, defeating No. 24 Baylor at Allen Fieldhouse. Freshman guard Wayne Selden Jr. scored seven points in the 78-68 victory, but his most impressive play was an assist.
With the Jayhawks leading 51-44 midway through the second half, Selden chased after a loose ball and dove into the stands to save it. Not only did he keep the play alive, he somehow got the ball directly to Joel Embiid, who hit a nice little turnaround jumper.
As The Big Lead noted, a still frame of the play appears to show that Selden’s foot was out of bounds when he saved the ball.