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Kansas coach Bill Self talks to a crowd full of women in Allen Fieldhouse during the annual Ladies Night Out on Thursday.

Jayhawks a hit at Ladies Night Out

Just a freshman, Devonté Graham showed the smarts of a seasoned point guard in speaking before 450 women at Bill Self’s fifth-annual Ladies Night Out breast cancer research fundraiser on Thursday in Allen Fieldhouse.

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Roy Williams never doubted he’d succeed at Kansas

Roy Williams was asked about the obvious confidence he took into his first college head-coaching job at KU in 1988-89, despite the fact he was third assistant on KU grad Dean Smith’s UNC staff. By Gary Bedore

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Column: Jayhawks a blend of talent, attitude

This Kansas University basketball team has four more McDonald’s All-Americans on the roster than it had when the Jayhawks reached the 2012 national-title game.

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Former KU coach Roy Williams excited for return to Lawrence, Allen Fieldhouse

UNC coach calls KU arena 'the greatest home court advantage in college basketball'

Former Kansas University basketball coach Roy Williams, who is now in his 12th season at North Carolina, will be returning to Allen Fieldhouse at 7:30 p.m., Monday, for the upcoming “Celebrating 60 Years” program and he's looking forward to joining current coach Bill Self and former coaches Ted Owens and Larry Brown at the event, which will pay homage to 60 seasons of basketball in KU’s tradition-rich building. By Gary Bedore

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Ted Owens remembers dusty, starry Allen Fieldhouse

Kansas University’s Allen Fieldhouse has changed quite a bit since Ted Owens patrolled the home team’s basketball bench from 1964 to 1983. By Gary Bedore

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Larry Brown especially fond of Allen Fieldhouse

Hall of Fame basketball coach Larry Brown has been in virtually all the great hoops arenas in his 74 years on the planet. Where does Allen Fieldhouse rank? "The best." By Gary Bedore

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Rush feels at home again

Former Kansas University guard Brandon Rush tore the ACL in his right knee in late May of 2007 and had surgery performed on June 1 of that year.

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Brandon Rush: ‘Brutal’ 2 years history

Now 29 years old and in his seventh season in the NBA, Kansas City native Brandon Rush is a different player and different person than the one who helped Kansas University claim the 2008 NCAA basketball championship. By Gary Bedore

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Self 'a little surprised' by KU's top-five ranking

The loss of one-and-done sensations Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embiid to the NBA hasn’t caused a drop in expectations for Kansas University’s basketball team.

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Jayhawks picked No. 5 in preseason coaches poll

When the 2014-15 preseason USA Today Coaches poll was unveiled Thursday, Kansas University’s men’s basketball team landed in the top five — No. 5, to be exact.

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Self: Jayhawks can shoot the three

Kansas University’s basketball players have shown an ability to knock down the three during practices this preseason. By Gary Bedore

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Selden preparing to play (gulp) power forward

On a lazy summer day, with not much happening on Kansas University’s campus, Bill Self gave sophomore combo guard Wayne Selden Jr. something to think about. The Jayhawks’ 12th-year basketball coach told the 6-foot-5, 230-pounder he’d likely be playing some power forward during his second season. By Gary Bedore

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Elite guard to decide early

One of the five senior blue-chip high school basketball players who attended last Friday’s Late Night in the Phog definitely will be signing with a school in November.

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Blue-chip recruits consider package deal

Three of the blue-chip high school senior prospects who attended Kansas University’s Late Night in the Phog — Carlton Bragg, Jaylen Brown and Brandon Ingram — are talking about attending college as part of a package deal, Bragg told Zagsblog.com on Monday. By Gary Bedore

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Vegas prep Zimmerman wowed by KU, Late Night

Kansas University’s basketball players, coaches and support staff obviously made a big impression on Stephen Zimmerman, one of the best big-man prospects in the recruiting Class of 2015, last weekend.By Gary Bedore

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