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Men's Basketball 2015-16 coverage

Kansas defeats Harvard, 75-69

  • 2:15 p.m., Dec. 5, 2015
  • Allen Fieldhouse, Lawrence, KS
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Notebook: Wayne Selden Jr. plagued by fouls

It didn’t impact the outcome of a 75-69 Kansas University men’s basketball victory over Harvard on Saturday, but junior guard Wayne Selden Jr. only played 22 minutes — a season low — after getting in foul trouble.

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Banged-up Perry Ellis keeping head up

Kansas University senior forward Perry Ellis elected to not challenge Harvard’s Agunwa Okolie on a one-handed dunk early in Saturday’s 75-69 win over the Crimson in Allen Fieldhouse. The lack of resistance on the slam bothered KU coach Bill Self. By Gary Bedore

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Tom Keegan: Perry Ellis hasn't been himself

The alleged mystery surrounding Perry Ellis’ sluggish play isn’t all that mysterious. He’s a perfectionist and when perfectionists are burdened by imperfections beyond their control, it sometimes bothers them more than most. It changes their routine, eats at their focus. By Tom Keegan

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Bill Self on KU's trouble in putting away Harvard

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self speaks with the media about the Jayhawks' 75-69 victory over Harvard, a game which included the Crimson tying the game late in the second half and KU getting out-rebounded 39-31.

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Mason, Graham, Lucas discuss KU's narrow win over Harvard

Kansas basketball players Frank Mason III, Devonté Graham and Landen Lucas speak with media members about the Jayhawks' tight 75-69 victory over Harvard, Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse.

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