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Self-improvement Bragg’s priority

The first thing that stands out about Carlton Bragg, the McDonald’s All-American out of Cleveland in his freshman season for the Kansas University basketball team, is his height.

Early Morning

Column: Clock reduction plays to Jayhawks’ advantage

Under international and NBA rules, teams have 24 seconds from the time they gain possession of the ball to the time a shot must go up.

Selden powers KU to sweep of Canada

Wayne Selden Jr.’s junior year at Kansas University is off to a promising start.

Stories

Stigler takes fourth in 400-meter final

Kansas senior Michael Stigler came just fractions of a second from punching his ticket to the World Championships as he finished fourth in the 400-meter hurdle final Saturday at the USA Championships.

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Self-improvement Bragg’s priority

The first thing that stands out about Carlton Bragg, the McDonald’s All-American out of Cleveland in his freshman season for the Kansas University basketball team, is his height.

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Jayhawks all set to begin adventure

Let Kansas University’s overseas basketball adventure begin. ...

Cliff Alexander to play for Brooklyn Nets in Orlando, Vegas summer leagues

Cliff Alexander will play for the Brooklyn Nets summer league teams in Vegas and Orlando.

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Selden powers KU to sweep of Canada

Wayne Selden Jr.’s junior year at Kansas University is off to a promising start.

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Column: Clock reduction plays to Jayhawks’ advantage

Under international and NBA rules, teams have 24 seconds from the time they gain possession of the ball to the time a shot must go up.

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Team Canada hoping for rematch with KU

When Canada’s basketball team assembled a week ago for the upcoming World University Games in South Korea, coach Barnaby Craddock figured this week’s pair of exhibitions against Kansas University, the USA’s National Team, would go a long way in preparing his group for the competition ahead.

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Mickelson provides KU with energy

Kansas University coach Bill Self told his players at halftime that he wanted to see more energy on the court Friday. Senior Hunter Mickelson took the message to heart.

Wizards’ Kelly Oubre filled with confidence

Starting this fall, Kelly Oubre Jr. begins his rookie campaign in Washington as a draft-day trade landed the Kansas product with the Wizards.

Stigler advances at U.S. Track & Field Championships

Kansas senior Michael Stigler advanced to the 400-meter hurdle final at the USA Track & Field Championships Friday night inside Hayward Field.