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Men's Basketball 2015-16 coverage

Kansas defeats Serbia, 66-65

  • 10 p.m., July 7, 2015
  • Dongkang Gymnasium, Gwangju, South Korea,
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Overseas KU fans take advantage of 'once-in-a-lifetime opportunity'

More than 6,000 miles away from Lawrence, across the Pacific Ocean, Kansas University men’s basketball players have been supported by a number of fans who do the Rock Chalk chant at the end of games or chant “U-S-A” during the games. Drew Mountain, 30, was one of those fans Wednesday in USA’s 66-65 victory against Serbia. By Bobby Nightengale

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Wayne Selden discusses his big shots in USA's 66-65 win over Serbia

Kansas junior guard Wayne Selden Jr. talks about his game-tying three-pointer and game-winning free throw in USA's 66-65 win over Serbia. Selden finished with a game-high 21 points, including 13 in the fourth quarter.

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Bill Self talks about USA's 66-65 victory over Serbia

Kansas coach Bill Self talks about Wayne Selden Jr.'s big shots, Hunter Mickelson's solid play and the Jayhawks' struggles against Serbia's zone after USA's 66-65 win on Wednesday, July 8.

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Serbia 'unlucky' in final minute against USA

Serbian players were confident they would find a way to win after climbing back from a five-point deficit in the final minutes of USA’s 66-65 victory on Wednesday at DongKang College Gymnasium. By Bobby Nightengale Jr.

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Notebook: Serbia zone troubles Team USA

In the second quarter of Team USA’s narrow 66-65 Wednesday victory, Serbia switched to a hybrid 2-3 zone that caused problems for the Jayhawks.  By Bobby Nightengale Jr.

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KU vs. Serbia Box Score — July 8, 2015

Box score from KU's game vs. Serbia on Wednesday, July 8 in the World University Games, in South Korea

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Survive and advance: USA secures quarterfinals berth by edging Serbia

Kansas University junior guard Wayne Selden Jr. has led all scorers at the World University Games. His biggest shot helped the United States men’s basketball team earn a spot in the quarterfinals after the U.S. beat Serbia, 66-65, on Wednesday at DongKang College Gymnasium.  By Bobby Nightengale Jr.

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Team USA survives, 66-65, against Serbia

After demolishing Chile on Tuesday, the United States/Kansas University men's basketball team had to win a tight one against Serbia, 66-65.

Wayne Selden Jr. again came through big for Team USA, with 21 points.

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