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Kansas interested in Ojeleye?

Kansas University on Monday was one of many schools to inquire about Duke forward Semi Ojeleye, who has decided to transfer.

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KU suddenly thin at point guard

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self is hoping the sprained ankle point guard Frank Mason III sustained against Florida on Dec. 5 is the sophomore’s last injury of the 2014-15 season. By Gary Bedore

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Self: Kansas grades out OK so far

Kansas University’s basketball players enter finals week having earned a passing grade on the hardwood. By Gary Bedore

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Column: Frank Mason crucial for Kansas

Timing isn’t everything, but it can play cruel jokes on those who don’t wait patiently before making decisions. By Tom Keegan

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Notebook: Jamari Traylor produces following suspension

Kansas University junior forward Jamari Traylor, who returned from a one-game suspension in KU’s 63-60 win against Utah Saturday at Sprint Center, had 13 points and five boards in 26 minutes. He was five of five from the line.

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Kansas will have to wait and see about Graham's availability

Freshman PG could be out four weeks or longer

Kansas University point guard Devonté Graham, who suffered a severely sprained right big toe in Wednesday’s win at Georgetown, will miss at least a month of basketball and perhaps the rest of his freshman season, coach Bill Self said Saturday. By Gary Bedore

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No worries: Jayhawks 'expect' to make crunch-time plays

Kansas University’s basketball players saw a 21-point lead vanish and actually turn into a two-point deficit late in Saturday’s non-conference clash against Utah before a shell-shocked crowd of 17,627 fans in Sprint Center. The Jayhawks didn't panic. They made a batch of big plays during crunch time to survive the No. 13-rated Utes, 63-60.

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Column: Jayhawks winning in mysterious ways

This is not your typical Kansas basketball team, not like most top-10 teams, either. The Jayhawks are great and then they’re awful and so it goes. They do consistently get it together in time to pull out close games, ones in which they come from behind and others in which they fall from ahead, watching huge leads vanish. Column by Tom Keegan

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Utes 'proud' of late surge

His team trailed by 18 at halftime, 21 early in the second half and gave up a two-point lead late. Yet there Utah coach Larry Krystkowiak sat, opening his postgame meeting with the media following Saturday's 63-60 loss to Kansas University with the word “proud” being one of the first to come out of his mouth. By Matt Tait

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No. 10 Jayhawks hold off No. 13 Utes at Sprint Center

The Kansas University men's basketball team built a 21-point lead, saw it slip away completely and then flashed some of that signature toughness to survive a heck of a battle at Sprint Center on Saturday, 63-60 over Utah.

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Devonté Graham out four weeks with toe injury

Bill Self announced prior to Kansas University’s basketball game against Utah, at Sprint Center, freshman point guard Devonté Graham is out approximately four weeks, with a sprained toe on his right foot.

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Utah’s Poeltl drawing raves

Vienna, the largest city in Austria, is the home of the world’s first psychoanalyst, Sigmund Freud, as well as musicians Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms and Strauss.

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Greene to start, Traylor to play Saturday vs. Utah at Sprint Center

Kansas University men's basketball coach Bill Self said Friday, prior to KU's practice at Sprint Center, that sophomore guard Brannen Greene would start Saturday's game against Utah in place of Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk.

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Jayhawks get lift at free-throw line

Free throws have proven mighty important in Kansas University’s last three basketball victories — over Georgetown Florida and Michigan State.

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Notebook: Lucas has words with Smith

Kansas University starting big man Landen Lucas had words with Georgetown’s 6-10, 350-pound bigger man Joshua Smith after Lucas fouled out of the Jayhawks’ win at Verizon Center.