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Wildcats win without much help from Thomas Gipson

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Winning without Gipson

Many of Kansas State’s losses can be linked to the absence of junior forward Thomas Gipson. He watched from the bench while recovering from a concussion when Northern Colorado upset K-State on opening night, and he looked a step slow in losses to UNC-Charlotte and Georgetown. But he was the Wildcats’ most consistent player over their 10-game winning streak. On Tuesday, K-State figured out a way to win without him playing at a high level. Gipson was limited to four points and six rebounds in 16 foul-plagued minutes. “We did this without Thomas,” Weber said. “Thomas has been our rock-solid guy, and he had one of his worst games.”



“I’m a confident person,” Williams said. “I just feel like at the end of the game it’s like the first five minutes of the game. I just relax, do my routine and shoot my shot.”



“I am in treatment three times a day doing two different things right now, my ankle and my finger,” Foster said. “It’s part of basketball. Sometimes you are going to get bumped around and hurt. I am just taking it day by day, trying to get better.”

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