RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) K-State has wrapped up its weeklong basketball exhibition tour of Brazil with a record of 2-2 after a fifth game was scrubbed because of scheduling conflicts. First-year head coach Bruce Weber says the Wildcats were disappointed by the cancellation of Wednesday night’s scheduled game. They spent the day instead shopping, sightseeing and taking cable cars to the of Rio’s Sugar Loaf Mountain. K-State played two games in Rio and two in Sao Paulo, recording one win and one loss in each city. Angel Rodriguez finished the tour with team-high averages of 10.3 points, 4.8 assists and 2.3 steals per game. Adrian Diaz, Rodney McGruder, and Nino Williams all average nine points per contest. Williams led the Cats with six boards a night.
The Wildcats are scheduled to arrive back in Manhattan on Friday afternoon. Practice will begin in mid-October.