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Frank Mason focused on stepping up as leader

The best present Kansas University freshman point guard Frank Mason received for Christmas was the gift of time spent with loved ones back in Petersburg, Va. “It was good to go home. I got to see my son, my family, close friends. It was really nice going home,” Mason said after Saturday’s practice and before the Jayhawks’ holiday basketball clinic in Allen Fieldhouse. By Gary Bedore

Early Morning

In the family: Wiggins brothers support shared love of basketball

Sure, Mitchell Wiggins' three kids — Mitchell Jr. the oldest, Nick the middle son, Andrew the youngest of the bunch — had other interests growing up. But it was the basketball court that lured them in like a magnet, from an early age each trying to follow in their father’s footsteps.

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How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Dec. 28

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of Saturday, Dec. 28.

Column: Jayhawks will keep things interesting in second half

A few random hoops thoughts while wondering how many more columns and features will be written this season about amazing and talented freshman Joel Embiid. Column by Matt Tait

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KU women eye boost before beginning of Big 12 play

After a few days off to recharge their minds, spend time with loved ones and get away from basketball over winter break, the members of the Kansas University women’s basketball team returned to Lawrence Thursday with some extra energy. By Matt Tait

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Frank Mason focused on stepping up as leader

The best present Kansas University freshman point guard Frank Mason received for Christmas was the gift of time spent with loved ones back in Petersburg, Va. “It was good to go home. I got to see my son, my family, close friends. It was really nice going home,” Mason said after Saturday’s practice and before the Jayhawks’ holiday basketball clinic in Allen Fieldhouse. By Gary Bedore

Tease photo

In the family: Wiggins brothers support shared love of basketball

Sure, Mitchell Wiggins' three kids — Mitchell Jr. the oldest, Nick the middle son, Andrew the youngest of the bunch — had other interests growing up. But it was the basketball court that lured them in like a magnet, from an early age each trying to follow in their father’s footsteps.