Markieff Morris had 16 points and his twin brother, Marcus, added 14 to lead No. 4 Kansas to an 81-68 victory over No. 13 Memphis on Tuesday in the Jimmy V Classic at Madison Square Garden.
Tyshawn Taylor had 13 points, and Thomas Robinson added 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Jayhawks (8-0).
Will Barton scored 16 points to lead the Tigers (7-1), who have lost four straight against Kansas, including the 2008 national title game.
Kansas had trouble with turnovers in the first half, finishing with 12, which was more than its average for a game this season (11.9).
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Georgia 73, Georgia Tech 72: Dustin Ware hit his seventh three-pointer of the game with 15.3 seconds remaining, leading Georgia at Georgia Tech.
Ware scored all 21 of his points from outside the arc. With the game tied at 70, Gerald Robinson lured the defense away from Ware, then kicked it back out to the 5-foot-11 junior standing all alone at the stripe.
Even with Mfon Udofia desperately running at him, Ware swished the shot to give the Bulldogs (6-2) a 73-70 lead. Georgia Tech (4-4) passed up a chance at a tying three, settling for Glen Rice's uncontested layup with 6.8 seconds remaining.
Robinson missed a pair of free throws, giving the Jackets one last chance. But a long heave from the baseline was picked off in front of the basket by Travis Leslie.
Marshall 67, James Madison 63: Shaquille Johnson scored 10 of his 12 points and Nigel Spikes had 11 of his 13 rebounds in the second half as Marshall (6-2) turned back visiting James Madison (6-3).
Morehead State 77, St. Catharine 64: Kenneth Faried scored 20 points and pulled down 14 rebounds as Morehead State won at home.
Demonte Harper led Morehead State (6-3) with 24 points on 10-of-15 shooting (66.7 percent) and Sam Goodman chipped in 18.
The Patriots (5-3) were led by Marquis Lee, 18 points, and Brandon Johnson, 13, but were dominated inside the paint and on the boards.
Northern Kentucky 102, IU-Southeast 71: Josh Tabb scored 18 points and blocked three shots as the host Norse rolled.
Malcolm Eleby added 16 points and three steals for NKU, No. 23 in the NCAA Division II poll. The Norse (6-1) shot 64.7 percent from the field in the first half to build a 55-31 lead at the break. The Red Wolves fell to 10-3.
Asbury 100, Temple Baptist 57: Flip Crawford's double-double led Asbury's 43-point victory at home. Crawford was one of four Eagles in double figures with 20 points.
Eastern Kentucky 75, West Virginia State 66: Sophomore Alex Jones scored 31 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, and the Lady Colonels (4-4) shot 52 percent from the field to win at home. Jones was 10-for-11 from the field and 11-for-15 at the free-throw line.