Haliburton tallied 14 points (4-6 FG, 4-5 3Pt, 2-2 FT), four steals, three assists, one rebound, and a block in a big win over Kansas on Saturday.
Kansas was sloppy with the ball offensively, which led to quite a few steals for the Cyclones. Haliburton tied his season-high with four thefts, raising his season average to 2.2 SPG which leads the Big 12. Even with the return of Lindell Wigginton, it has been the freshman that has been getting the starts and playing nearly 35 MPG. Haliburton has played so well this season that it's going to be tough to remove him from the starting lineup. Iowa State will travel to take on Baylor on Tuesday.