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Stories for January 22, 2009

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Welcome to Wall’s world

Top prospect faces tough task of living ordinary life

A request to interview John Wall is granted on one condition. “You’re going to ask (him) about the game, right?” Word of God Christian Academy athletic director Kevin Washington said of the country’s No. 1-ranked high school senior basketball player. “He won’t be answering any questions about his recruitment.”

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Taylor making an impact for KU

Tyshawn Taylor has been KU's MVR: Most Valuable Rookie.

Baylor’s winning streak reaches 10

A recap of Big 12 women's basketball action.

Missouri repels OSU rally

A recap of men's Big 12 basketball action.

Wake Forest stumbles

A recap of men's top 25 basketball action.

Few KU players coaching

Mark Turgeon’s appearance in Lawrence the other night made me wonder how many former Kansas University men’s basketball players are currently head coaches at the collegiate level. Answer: Not very many.

Jayhawk women tripped up

Kansas University junior Danielle McCray scored a career-high 30 points in the Jayhawks’ 67-58 women’s basketball loss to Nebraska on Wednesday in Devaney Center.

Jayhawks look to remain undefeated in conference play

KU travels to play Iowa State this weekend.

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Welcome to Wall’s world

Top prospect faces tough task of living ordinary life

A request to interview John Wall is granted on one condition. “You’re going to ask (him) about the game, right?” Word of God Christian Academy athletic director Kevin Washington said of the country’s No. 1-ranked high school senior basketball player. “He won’t be answering any questions about his recruitment.”

Morningstar different player in ‘09

Some Kansas University basketball fans questioned Bill Self’s judgment in offering former Free State High guard Brady Morningstar a scholarship back in September of 2005.