Images from Monday night's game between the Jayhawks and Sooners at Allen Fieldhouse
After his Kansas basketball team beat Oklahoma 85-78 on Big Monday, coach Bill Self meets the media and says KU needs as much pace as it can get from all five players on the floor. Plus, Self says freshman Cliff Alexander played with great energy against OU.
Kansas basketball players Cliff Alexander, Perry Ellis and Brannen Greene meet with the media following the Jayhawks' 85-78 win over Oklahoma on Big Monday. Alexander discusses playing with more of a "motor," Ellis says KU has a team full of players who can score and Greene says he is constantly ...
Future Kansas University forward Carlton Bragg scored 23 points in Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph’s 76-72 loss to Oak Hill Academy on Monday at the Spaulding Hoophall Classic in Springfield, Massachusetts.
The 6-foot-9, 225-pounder, who is ranked No. 14 nationally by Rivals.com, also had six rebounds and six assists.
“I love it, it gets us better for other people. A better chance for the state championship also with this competition,” Bragg told cleveland.com.
Of Bragg’s performance, ESPN Insider’s Reggie Rankin wrote: “His length and athleticism are major league and factor in he is an excellent passer with a smooth jumper with range beyond the arc. Bragg is a good rebounder as well. All the tools are in the tool belt for this power forward that has the potential to share time at small forward with continued ball skill development. When Bragg is full attack mode he has the potential to stuff the stat sheet. The Kansas Jayhawks will definitely benefit from the upside of Bragg.”