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Notebook: Mykhailiuk earns first start of the season

With Santa sitting courtside and holiday cheer floating throughout the arena, Kansas junior Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk received an early Christmas present from Kansas coach Bill Self on Saturday night — his seventh career start and first since his freshman season.

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Tom Keegan: Bragg can help the Jayhawks take the next step

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self already had used three post players, including freshman Mitch Lightfoot, when he put Carlton Bragg in the Davidson game with 11 minutes remaining in the first half Saturday in Sprint Center.

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Sensational second half: Defensive intensity sends Jayhawks past Davidson, 89-71

It’s debatable whether Davidson simply ran out of gas or the Kansas defense stiffened. What is not debatable is that the Jayhawks, who trailed at halftime for just the second time this season, out-played, out-toughed and outscored the Wildcats convincingly in the second half en route to a hard-fought, 89-71 victory Saturday night at Sprint Center.

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Big second-half scoring burst lifts Jayhawks past Davidson

A little first-half scare seemed to do the Kansas basketball team good Saturday night at Sprint Center.

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KU women's basketball stuns Arizona, 75-51

Down by double-digits midway through the third quarter, Arizona guard Malena Washington decided to let the ball roll in front of her as she walked up the court, waiting until the last possible second to pick it up in attempt to savor the clock.