Kansas basketball coach Bill Self said Friday that he hadn't decided on Sunday's starting lineup against Miami (Ohio) and wouldn't until the day of the game.
"I am going to wait and watch practice the next couple days," Self said Friday after KU's holiday hoops clinic for youths. "You guys (media) will know whenever they run out there. I told the guys starting spots at least temporarily are up for grabs and (we'll) play the guys that perform the best at practice."
Self said his team's inconsistency had made it tough to determine who should start.
"You want to play the guys that are performing the best, and it's been different guys every time," Self said. "Thomas (Robinson) and Travis (Releford) have been our best two performers the last couple games on the interior if you add it all together. Certainly, I thought Elijah (Johnson) played well the other day.
"One game doesn't make it, but we need to have some separation. Our best players need to become a little bit more consistent, which I believe they will. Practice has gone OK. But I told all our players that positions are up for grabs, but isn't that the way it should be every day? That's no different than the way it should be every single day."
Self said he hadn't decided if Marcus Morris, who lost his starting spot after getting ejected in the Cal game, would return to the starting lineup.
In KU's last game against UT Arlington, Self started Josh Selby, Tyrel Reed, Johnson, Robinson and Markieff Morris.