The No. 10 Tennessee Lady Vols (4-0) are in Las Vegas, taking on Kansas (4-0) on Friday in the South Point Thanksgiving Shootout (6:30 p.m. ET, FloHoops).
Tennessee is coming off an overtime win over No. 16 Texas, a game they trailed by 11 points in the fourth quarter. It was the second comeback game in a row for the Lady Vols, led by Jordan Horston career-high 28 points and Tamari Key's historic triple-double.
Kansas has blown out all of its opponents this season, but Tennessee will be the Jayhawks' first ranked opponent and first true test. Kansas has depth, with its bench scoring 31 points in the 79-50 win over Saint Louis University on Sunday. The Jayhawks are have shot 50.2% on field goals and 42.9% from 3-point range through four games.
Tennessee has only allowed opponents to score an average of 52.3 points and held them to 30.6% shooting, which ranks them at No. 16 nationally in field goal percentage defense.
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