The Maryland men's basketball team ended its season Thursday night with a 79-63 loss to Kansas in the Sweet Sixteen. Our Sung Min Kim was there to capture it in photographs.
The first half was one of Maryland's better performances of late, but Kansas was ultimately too much for the Terps to overcome. Rasheed Sulaimon and Melo Trimble were the only Maryland players in double figures, and the team's three-point shooting woes continued, as the Terps went 5-for-25 from downtown.
For Maryland, all eyes now turn to Trimble, Diamond Stone and Robert Carter Jr., all of whom could depart early for the NBA Draft. Seniors Jake Layman and Sulaimon have concluded their time with the program for sure.
For a look inside an Maryland emotional locker room after the loss, go here. (Also written by Sung Min, who pulled double-duty for us Thursday night.)
Maryland's most-hyped season in recent wasn't a failure, nor was it a success, says Alex Kirshner.
We'll have more words on this loss - and on Maryland's season - real soon.