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Opinion: Wiggins’ growing pains worth it

Andrew Wiggins played one lousy basketball game in the Bahamas. During the three-game Battle 4 Atlantis, he was no better than Kansas University’s third-best freshman, ranking behind Joel Embiid and Frank Mason. Columnist Tom Keegan has two words to say about that: So what?

Self: Shooting just one of KU's struggles

Maybe it was the low ceiling or dim lighting in the resort ballroom that affected Kansas University's basketball players last week in the Bahamas. Or the basketballs. Or the rims. Whatever the reason(s) ... “we couldn’t throw it in the ocean, and we were really close to the ocean,” KU coach Bill Self cracked Monday on his Hawk Talk radio show. By Gary Bedore

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How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Dec. 4

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of Wednesday, Dec. 4.

KU women fall to .500 after home loss to Arkansas

The Kansas University women's basketball team fell to .500 on the season Wednesday night at Allen Fieldhouse thanks to a 64-53 loss to Arkansas, which improved to 9-0.

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Dec. 3

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of Tuesday, Dec. 3.

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Self: Shooting just one of KU's struggles

Maybe it was the low ceiling or dim lighting in the resort ballroom that affected Kansas University's basketball players last week in the Bahamas. Or the basketballs. Or the rims. Whatever the reason(s) ... “we couldn’t throw it in the ocean, and we were really close to the ocean,” KU coach Bill Self cracked Monday on his Hawk Talk radio show. By Gary Bedore

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Opinion: Wiggins’ growing pains worth it

Andrew Wiggins played one lousy basketball game in the Bahamas. During the three-game Battle 4 Atlantis, he was no better than Kansas University’s third-best freshman, ranking behind Joel Embiid and Frank Mason. Columnist Tom Keegan has two words to say about that: So what?

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KU women use game to support Summitt, Alzheimer’s awareness

None of the players on the Kansas University women’s basketball roster were recruited to Tennessee by legendary Volunteers coach Pat Summitt, but at 7 tonight, when the Jayhawks host Arkansas at Allen Fieldhouse, they’ll all be playing for her. By Matt Tait