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Passport thief thwarts KU forward Dwight Coleby's plan

Bahamas National Team/future Kansas University power forward Dwight Coleby couldn’t play next to his older brother, Kadeem, in the Caribbean Basketball Confederation Championships June 8-21 in Tortola, British Virgin Islands. The brothers’ planned reunion wasn’t wrecked because of any untimely injury. By Gary Bedore

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Former North Carolina Tar Heel Jessica Washington to join KU women's team

Point guard from Tulsa was McDonald's All-American in high school

KU has landed a transfer in Jessica Washington, formerly of the University of North Carolina.

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Jayhawks arrive at World University Games after 28-hour travel day

More than 28 hours after leaving Lawrence, the Kansas University men’s basketball team arrived to the athletes village in Gwangju to represent the United States in the World University Games.

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Passport thief thwarts KU forward Dwight Coleby's plan

Bahamas National Team/future Kansas University power forward Dwight Coleby couldn’t play next to his older brother, Kadeem, in the Caribbean Basketball Confederation Championships June 8-21 in Tortola, British Virgin Islands. The brothers’ planned reunion wasn’t wrecked because of any untimely injury. By Gary Bedore

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Column: Wayne Selden Jr. shows board potential

Kansas University junior Wayne Selden Jr. has the strength and quickness advantage on most college basketball small forwards, yet he had such poor offensive rebounding numbers his first two seasons. By Tom Keegan