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Men's Basketball 2015-16 coverage

Kansas defeats Fort Hays State, 95-59

  • 7 p.m., Nov. 10, 2015
  • Allen Fieldhouse, Lawrence, KS

Men's basketball players big KU volleyball fans

As usual, several Kansas University basketball players figure to be in the Horejsi Center stands tonight when the Jayhawk volleyball team meets Texas in a 6:30 p.m., match. The winner moves into sole possession of first place in the Big 12. By Gary Bedore

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Notebook: Self goes tie-less; Greene aggravates hip

Bill Self during Tuesday’s 95-59 exhibition victory against Fort Hays State did not wear a tie with his suit jacket. The Kansas University men’s basketball coach said that’s a first in his coaching career. By Gary Bedore

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Jayhawks wear down undersized Tigers

Fort Hays State men’s basketball players had trouble against Kansas University’s size and athleticism on Tuesday. At the Division-II level, there’s not too many ways to prepare for it. The Tigers shot 32 percent from the floor, including 27 percent from deep, in a 95-59 loss to the Jayhawks at Allen Fieldhouse in the final exhibition game for both schools. By Bobby Nightengale

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Mason, Mykhailiuk and Selden on KU's improvements in second exhibition

Kansas basketball players Frank Mason III, Svi Mykhailiuk and Wayne Selden Jr. discuss why the Jayhawks feel better about their efforts in their final exhibition than they did after their first one.

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Bill Self isn't 'giddy' over KU's play, but Jayhawks got better

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self says he's not "giddy" over the way KU closed its preseason with a 95-59 win over Fort Hays State, but he saw plenty of aspects that looked a lot better, compared to the Jayhawks' first ...

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Tom Keegan: KU's 'old guys' finally get it

Fort Hays State forward Dom Samac efficiently explained Tuesday night what made Kansas University such a difficult opponent. “They’re long, they’re athletic, and they’ve got a lotta old guys,” Samac said. By Tom Keegan

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Bill Self: Lawyers fighting hard for Cheick Diallo's eligibility

Kansas University freshman basketball forward Cheick Diallo’s legal guardian, Tidiane Drame, has hired Alabama-based attorney Don Jackson to assist him as Diallo attempts to gain eligibility, Jackson told the Journal-World on Tuesday. By Gary Bedore

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