Images from the Jayhawks' exhibition game against the Ichabods on Monday at Allen Fieldhouse.
Following an 85-53 Kansas University basketball win over Washburn, coach Bill Self describes the things he liked and didn't like so much about the way the Jayhawks played. Self admitted KU showed some signs that it could be very good on defense eventually.
Kansas University players Frank Mason, Devonté Graham and Cliff Alexander meet the media to discuss the Jayhawks' exhibition opener, an 85-53 victory over Washburn.
Brannen Greene rubbed the back of his head as he signed a few autographs after Kansas University’s 85-53 victory over Washburn on Monday night in Allen Fieldhouse.
The sophomore wing from Juliette, Georgia suffered a concussion after running into the Ichabods’ Stephone Drane with 17:23 remaining. Greene, who scored three points while playing 11 minutes the first half, didn’t return to action.
“He got his bell rung pretty good. I can’t see him practicing the next couple of days,” KU coach Bill Self said. “We’ll definitely take the very cautious approach of when he can come back and I don’t know when that will be yet.”