Iowa State forward Michael Jacobson defends Kansas forward Dedric Lawson (during the second half Saturday in Kansas City, Mo. (Orlin Wagner)

Quarterfinals, Thursday

Game 3: Iowa State 83, Baylor 66

Game 4: Kansas State 70, TCU 61

Game 5: West Virginia 79, Texas Tech 74

Game 6: Kansas 65, Texas 57

Semifinals, Friday

Iowa State 63, Kansas State 59

Kansas 88, West Virginia 74

Final, Saturday

Iowa State 78, Kansas, 66

Earlier results

First round, Wednesday

Game 1: TCU 73, Oklahoma State 70

The Horned Frogs surged to a 16-point halftime lead before being outscored 41-28 in the second by the Cowboys. TCU needed a late three-pointer to take a one-point lead with 16 seconds to go and then held on to advance.

Game 2: West Virginia 72, Oklahoma 71

Entering Wednesday night’s game, West Virginia had last won away from Morgantown on Nov. 18 and had gone 4-15 since the calendar ticked to 2019. Perhaps the postseason can be a fresh start for Bob Huggins’s Mountaineers. They’re 1-0 so far after a comeback win in the second half against Oklahoma, a team on the NCAA tournament bubble whose résumé wasn’t helped by Wednesday’s loss.

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