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Jayhawks run past China for 93-56 victory

It’s a simple formula: Force turnovers to get transition buckets. That’s all Team USA needed to do in a 93-56 blowout victory over China in a scrimmage Thursday at Seolwol Girls’ High.

KU basketball freshman Carlton Bragg sits out scrimmage, but expects to play Saturday

Kansas University freshman Carlton Bragg sat out of Team USA’s scrimmage against China on Thursday, one day after breaking his nose in practice. He doesn’t plan on sitting much longer.

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Jayhawks 'more intense' for second practice in South Korea

Kansas University men’s basketball coach Bill Self wanted to raise the intensity at practice on Wednesday morning at Gwangju High, the second practice in South Korea for the Jayhawks. They completed that goal, but it wasn’t without a few hiccups.

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Jayhawks use free time to tour Gwangju

After a 10 a.m practice on Wednesday morning, Kansas University men’s basketball players used their free afternoon to spend time in the city of Gwangju.

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Jayhawks run past China for 93-56 victory

It’s a simple formula: Force turnovers to get transition buckets. That’s all Team USA needed to do in a 93-56 blowout victory over China in a scrimmage Thursday at Seolwol Girls’ High.

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KU basketball freshman Carlton Bragg sits out scrimmage, but expects to play Saturday

Kansas University freshman Carlton Bragg sat out of Team USA’s scrimmage against China on Thursday, one day after breaking his nose in practice. He doesn’t plan on sitting much longer.

Pierce, Clippers agree to $10M deal

Paul Pierce and Doc Rivers are reuniting.

Jayhawks’ Beck signs with Rays

Kansas University senior first baseman Blair Beck has signed a free-agent contract with Tampa Bay and is playing for the Rays’ rookie club in the Gulf Coast League

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Column: Schneider making program exciting

Sure, Brandon Schneider knocked it out of the park at his introductory news conference, and, yes, he has won everywhere he has been, but he never had recruited against heavyweights for superstars, so didn’t it all just amount to talk or at best a potential upgrade?