Kansas gave itself a nice, easy path to the championship game of the Maui Jim Maui Invitational.
The fifth-ranked Jayhawks, who won their first-round game by a tournament-record 51 points, cruised past UCLA 92-73 on Tuesday night in the semifinals and will face No. 19 Vanderbilt in the title game Wednesday.
The Commodores weren't exactly tested in their two games, with a 37-point opening win and an 86-64 victory over Wake Forest in the semifinals.
Maybe a close game for the teams who have looked by far the best in the eight-team field?
"First of all, they're a lot bigger than we are," Kansas coach Bill Self said. "So we're going to have to play...