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Men's Basketball 2014-15 coverage

Kansas defeats Texas Tech, 73-51

  • 8 p.m., Feb. 10, 2015
  • United Supermarkets Arena, Lubbock, TX

Brannen Greene on KU's blowout win at Tech

Kansas sophomore wing Brannen Greene answers questions from the media after Kansas blew out Texas Tech Tuesday night, at Lubbock, Texas.

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Red Raiders big man outplays counterpart

Cliff Alexander started for the second time this season Tuesday night, but he was only the second-best freshman center in the game.

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Bill Self assesses KU's poor 1st half, strong 2nd half at Texas Tech

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self speaks with media members following the Jayhawks' road win at Texas Tech.

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Column: KU playing with fire while shooting lights out

Nobody has to tell this season’s Kansas University basketball team to make itself comfortable. It needs no help with that. Make a few threes, build a double-digit lead, and let it amount to the equivalent of a little something to take the edge off the moment. Then the other team catches up, which is usually what happens when one team plays with a sense of urgency and the other does not. By Tom Keegan

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Notebook: Services for Dean Smith scheduled

The University of North Carolina will celebrate the life of former head basketball coach Dean Smith during a public memorial service at 2 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 22, in the Dean E. Smith Center, the school has announced.

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’Hawks in the NBA expected at fieldhouse Saturday

Kansas University usually has some special guests in the Allen Fieldhouse stands for games on the Saturday of NBA All-Star weekend. It will be no different this Saturday when KU plays host to Baylor in a noon tip. By Gary Bedore

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'Bam' on KU's radar

Kansas University is one of many schools recruiting Edrice “Bam” Adebayo, a 6-10, 242-pound junior power forward from Northside High in Pinetown, North Carolina.

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