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Men's Basketball 2017-18 coverage

Kansas defeats Syracuse, 76-60

  • 4:30 p.m., Dec. 2, 2017
  • American Airlines Arena, Miami, FL,
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Tom Keegan: Devonte' Graham even impresses NBA exec Pat Riley, who's seen it all

It takes a lot to impress Miami Heat team president Pat Riley. He coached Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Magic Johnson and James Worthy with the Lakers, Shaquille O’Neal and Dwyane Wade with the Heat and Patrick Ewing with the Knicks. He also signed LeBron James with the Heat. Riley’s seen it all, so to catch his attention a college basketball player must do something pretty special. By Tom Keegan

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Box score: Kansas 76, Syracuse 60

Box score: Kansas 76, Syracuse 60

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Freshman forward Billy Preston not in Miami with second-ranked Jayhawks

The news had no bearing on today's clash with Syracuse — 4:30 p.m. at American Airlines Arena on ESPN — but we now know for sure that KU freshman Billy Preston will not play against the Orange. By Matt Tait

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Devonte' Graham, Clay Young spark KU past Syracuse

All the attention was inside. Devonte’ Graham made sure it didn’t stay there very long. By Scott Chasen

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Clay Young's 'MVP' performance helps KU over Syracuse

If Clay Young doesn’t want MVP honors, he’ll have to settle for president. After all, that was the honor bestowed upon him by a teammate after his previous career-best outing. By Scott Chasen

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Jayhawks squeeze Orange in Miami

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self is not known for easily handing out high praise to his KU defenses, even in the biggest moments and after the most impressive performances. That's what made his postgame love for the second-ranked Jayhawks' stifling, first-half defense in Saturday's 76-60 victory over Syracuse at American Airlines Arena so noteworthy. By Matt Tait

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Notebook: Lagerald Vick finds groove vs. Syracuse zone

Occupying arguably the most important spot in the Kansas offense against Syracuse's dangerous 2-3 zone, junior guard Lagerald Vick delivered a masterful performance in the high post and helped the Jayhawks slug past Syracuse, 76-60, on Saturday night at American Airlines Arena. Operating like a quarterback making reads down the field or a point guard playing from the inside out, Vick flirted with a triple-double, tallying 20 points, seven assists and eight rebounds in what was arguably the best and most active game of his career. By Matt Tait

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