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Black signs with Rockets; Collison returning to Thunder

Former Kansas forward Tarik Black is headed back to the NBA team with which he started.

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Self says Jayhawks targetting 'everything' on recruiting trail

As if preparing for four games on Italian soil in early August was not making things busy enough, Kansas coach Bill Self and his staff have been running ragged on the recruiting trail of late. By Matt Tait

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'Meat and potatoes' the focus for Kansas basketball during prep for Italy

With practices for their upcoming trip to Italy in full swing, Kansas coach Bill Self and a couple Jayhawk players recently explained the difference between their summertime exhibition routine and the grind that comes with the regular season.By Matt Tait

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Tom Keegan: Kansas-Missouri basketball game possible as soon as 2018

All the whining in the world isn’t going to bring the Border War back to life, but an NCAA tournament bracket has the potential to make it happen as soon as March of 2018. By Tom Keegan

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Newcomer Dedric Lawson right at home with Jayhawks

If you didn’t know his name, his number or his situation, you might have thought that junior forward Dedric Lawson was preparing for his third or fourth season at Kansas, not his first. By Matt Tait

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Bill Self on Border War: 'Nothing's changed in my regard'

Although he showed up to discuss his team’s upcoming summer trip to Italy, Kansas basketball coach Bill Self couldn’t get through a media session Tuesday afternoon without the subject of the currently dead Border War coming up. By Benton Smith

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Summer standouts poised for bigger roles for 2017-18 Jayhawks

Although he said he was pleased with the work put in by his entire roster so far this summer, three names came rolling off of Bill Self’s tongue first when the KU coach was asked, before practices for Italy began, which Jayhawks had stood out during summer workouts. By Matt Tait

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Josh Jackson continues up and down start to NBA Summer League action

True to the form he showed throughout his one year at Kansas, Josh Jackson has filled up the stat sheet with numbers and the floor with energy and effort, which has led to several good moments and a few bad during his first two NBA Summer League games with the Phoenix Suns. By Matt Tait

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Blue blood beginning: Frank Mason III and 3 other Sacramento rookies aiming to rebuild the Kings

With 268 college victories between them, former NCAA standouts and current NBA rookies De’Aaron Fox, Justin Jackson, Harry Giles and former KU point guard Frank Mason III will be asked to bring a winning culture back to Sacramento during the next few years. By Matt Tait

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Jackson's Suns outduel Mason's Kings in NBA Summer League debuts for both players

They did not spend much time matched up against each other, had plenty of good moments and bad and watched their new teams do battle in a down-to-the-wire, NBA summer league game in Las Vegas. In the end, it was Josh Jackson’s Phoenix Suns who topped Frank Mason’s Sacramento Kings, 89-85 in Vegas, during the first official NBA action for the two former Kansas teammates. By Matt Tait

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All 4 of KU's exhibition games in Italy to be streamed live online

Jayhawks set to face a mixture of young, professional Italian talent

The four Kansas men’s basketball games played on Italian soil in August will be streamed live online for fans back home to watch and will carry with them a familiar sound. By Matt Tait

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Mykhailiuk plans to meet Jayhawks in Italy in time for exhibition tour

Having spent most of the summer playing with his national team in Ukraine, KU senior-to-be Svi Mykhailiuk is expected to meet up with the Jayhawks in Italy in time for Kansas' four exhibition games abroad during the first week of August. By Matt Tait

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As always, Jayhawks a serious factor for several Top 10 prospects

As the all-important recruiting month of July heats up, here's a quick look at some of the Kansas basketball program's top targets in the Class of 2018. By Matt Tait

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Josh Jackson inks rookie deal with Phoenix

Former Kansas standout Josh Jackson this week officially became a member of the Phoenix Suns, signing his rookie contract, which, over four years, is expected to be worth more than $27 million. By Matt Tait

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McLemore finds fresh start in Memphis

Former KU guard Ben McLemore, once the No. 7 overall pick by the Sacramento Kings in the 2013 NBA Draft, has agreed to a two-year deal with Memphis, which, according to ESPN's Chris Haynes, is worth a total of $10.7 million. By Matt Tait