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Self wants Svi to play his way through current shooting slump

Kansas guard Svi Mykhailiuk’s recent shooting slump, while certainly not helping the Jayhawks any, has not exactly hurt them either. By Matt Tait

Making Frank Mason: Kansas senior's monster season took root last summer

In the mix for multiple national player of the year honors, a virtual lock for the Big 12 player of the year hardware and the heart and soul of a top-ranked Kansas team that has visions of hanging KU’s sixth national championship banner, KU senior Frank Mason III would not be where he was today without paying careful attention to building, maintaining and nurturing his body.By Matt Tait

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Tom Keegan: KU women's basketball coach Brandon Schneider batting .500 with big-name transfers

Kansas women’s basketball coach Brandon Schneider made a big splash when Jessica Washington and McKenzie Calvert, big names among those familiar with hotshot women’s basketball recruits, announced they were transferring from North Carolina and USC. So far, Schneider is batting .500.

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Self wants Svi to play his way through current shooting slump

Kansas guard Svi Mykhailiuk’s recent shooting slump, while certainly not helping the Jayhawks any, has not exactly hurt them either. By Matt Tait

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Spring practices just around corner for KU football

Kansas football players will finally get to graduate from the strength-and-conditioning and seven-on-seven portion of the offseason in less than two weeks, when third-year head coach David Beaty and his staff put the Jayhawks through their first spring practice, on Sunday, March 12. By Benton Smith

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Mason, Jackson named Naismith Award semifinalists

KU senior Frank Mason III and freshman Josh Jackson were two of 10 players named semifinalists for this year’s James A. Naismith Award, given annually to the nation’s most outstanding college basketball player.

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Joel Embiid’s season over because of knee problems

Philadelphia center Joel Embiid’s season is over because of left knee problems, including a torn meniscus that is worse than the 76ers first thought.