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Report: Jayhawks back in the running for Iowa grad transfer Isaiah Moss

A little light in the backcourt and short on perimeter shooting, the Kansas men’s basketball program may be in the process of addressing both areas on the recruiting trail. By Matt Tait

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Freshman guard Issac McBride finds himself growing comfortable at KU in 1st week on campus

When freshman Issac McBride endured his first workout as a member of the University of Kansas basketball program earlier this week, the newcomer from Little Rock, Ark., immediately recognized he had reached a completely different level of competition. By Benton Smith

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KU guard Marcus Garrett still on the mend from high ankle sprain that hindered him last season

Still on the mend from the high ankle sprain he suffered during a KU practice on February 1, Kansas junior Marcus Garrett said Thursday that he can see the finish line to the land of full recovery. By Matt Tait

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Kansas big man Udoka Azubuike calls return to KU 'exciting,' lists getting back in shape as top goal

A little more than a month removed from his decision to return to Kansas for his senior season, KU center Udoka Azubuike has one priority standing out above all others. By Matt Tait

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Moving 3-point line back 1 of 4 rule changes adopted by NCAA for 2019-20 season

Wednesday afternoon, the NCAA’s Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved a set of proposed rule changes for the 2019-20 season that included moving the college 3-point line back to the international distance of 22 feet, 1.75 inches from 20 feet, 9 inches, and resetting the shot clock to 20 seconds (instead of 30) on offensive rebounds.By Matt Tait

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'It feels great just to be back'

Kansas forward Silvio De Sousa still overjoyed about winning NCAA appeal

While working the Washburn basketball camp in Topeka on Wednesday afternoon, Kansas forward Silvio De Sousa took a break to talk with reporters for the first time about his newfound eligibility and the end of a process that lasted months and tested De Sousa's determination. By Matt Tait

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Azubuike, Elliott cleared to return to action for KU basketball program

Kansas senior Udoka Azubuike, who missed all but nine games of the 2018-19 season because of the second significant wrist injury of his career, has been cleared to return to basketball activities. By Matt Tait

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KU walk-on Garrett Luinstra plans to transfer

According to a source close to the program, Kansas guard Garrett Luinstra is planning to transfer this offseason. By Matt Tait

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Duke, Maui, Villanova headline KU's 2019-20 non-conference basketball schedule

A return trip to Maui, a meeting with perennial power Duke and December visits to Northern California and Philadelphia highlight the non-conference portion of the 2019-20 Kansas men’s basketball schedule. By Matt Tait

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Preparations, ticket sales under way for 11th annual Rock Chalk Roundball Classic

The month of June has become one of the hottest months for KU hoops in the area, with Bill Self’s basketball camps running wild, the NBA Draft taking place near the end of the month each year and Brian Hanni’s Rock Chalk Roundball Classic becoming a fixture of the local sports scene. By Matt Tait

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KU target Jalen Wilson ready for Kansas visit

Ten spots are spoken for, three scholarships remain and the Kansas men’s basketball program is moving full-speed ahead toward finalizing its roster for the 2019-20 season. By Matt Tait

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Quentin Grimes withdraws from NBA draft pool, plans to transfer from KU

Kansas freshman Quentin Grimes is not staying in the NBA draft, but he is not returning to KU either. Through a release from the Kansas basketball offices, Grimes on Wednesday evening announced his intention to transfer to another university for the 2019-20 season. By Matt Tait

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He's Back: Kansas point guard Devon Dotson announces return to KU

With exactly three hours remaining before the deadline for underclassmen to pull their names from the NBA draft pool, Kansas freshman Devon Dotson did exactly that. The KU point guard announced his decision to return to Kansas for his sophomore season on Twitter at 7:59 p.m., saying simply, “Got a whole lot more in store. Year 2. Let’s Riiiiddeeeee!” By Matt Tait

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Kansas point guard Devon Dotson to make, announce stay-or-go decision Wednesday

Kansas point guard Devon Dotson is taking his stay-or-go decision to deadline day. So says his father, Dana Dotson, who told the Journal-World in a phone interview Tuesday afternoon that Devon planned to return home to Charlotte, N.C., from his Tuesday pro day for NBA scouts in Los Angeles on Tuesday night to meet with his family and make a decision, which will be announced sometime Wednesday. By Matt Tait

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5-star target R.J. Hampton passes on KU to head overseas

After a handful of college visits and weeks of breaking down the few programs on his list of finalists, 5-star prep prospect R.J. Hampton has decided to turn pro. By Matt Tait