The Kansas basketball program honored its four seniors following the team's win on Saturday. And in an extremely class gesture, the Jayhawk faithful also took some time to celebrate another senior playing his final game at Allen Fieldhouse: Iowa State's Georges Niang.
During KU senior ceremony.They stop & show Georges Niang doing radio. Packed crowd gives him standing ovation #class pic.twitter.com/gHFEtm9dSg— Holly Rowe (@sportsiren) March 5, 2016
Georges Niang is doing postgame radio show. He's finished watching speeches. Bob Davis calls him out, getting standing O.— CJ Moore (@CJMooreBR) March 5, 2016
Credit to Kansas fans for this. Niang has been one of the Big 12's top players during his four-year Iowa State career, and it's great to see an opposing fanbase show him the respect he deserves.