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How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Nov. 10

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of Sunday, Nov. 10.

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Wiggins, Jayhawks eager for Blue Devils

Kansas University freshman Andrew Wiggins on Tuesday will play his second game in the United Center, home of the NBA’s Chicago Bulls. By Gary Bedore

Opinion: Little guy Naadir Tharpe has big role Tuesday

In basketball, as on the big screen, tall men always seem to look down to the little guy to show them the way. By Tom Keegan

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Whistle-stop win: KU women cruise past Eagles in foul-fest

Before starting her postgame news conference, Kansas University coach Bonnie Henrickson turned to reporters and said what most of them were already thinking: “You guys like that free-throw contest?”

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QB Cozart gives Kansas ‘extra element’

Saturday night, following Kansas' 42-6 loss at Oklahoma State — the Jayhawks’ sixth straight setback this season and 27th consecutive Big 12 defeat — coach Charlie Weis indicated it might be time to lean either toward Montell Cozart or Jake Heaps for most of the snaps at quarterback. By Matt Tait

Kansas women open season with 84-62 rout of ORU

Junior Chelsea Gardner achieved her fifth-career double-double to help Kansas University’s women’s basketball team open it season with an 84-62 victory over Oral Roberts on Sunday at Allen Fieldhouse.

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Knight recovered from ACL injury in time for KU women's opener

Natalie Knight has accomplished her goal. After tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in her right knee on Jan. 30, the Kansas University junior guard recovered in time to rejoin the starting lineup for the Jayhawks’ regular-season opener — today’s 2 p.m. game against Oral Roberts at Allen Fieldhouse. By Jesse Newell

Jayhawk fans wear pride on their walls

A peek inside three of Lawrence's 'KU rooms'

Pat Sullivan is one of those KU fans who wears his Jayhawk pride on his walls — and he’s far from the only one. The Journal-World last week visited Sullivan’s and two other Lawrence fans’ “KU rooms” and received photos from more than a dozen others. By Sara Shepherd