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Selden returning for junior year

Kansas University sophomore guard Wayne Selden Jr. has decided now is not the time to begin his professional basketball career.

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Wayne Selden Jr. announces he'll return to KU

At least one member of Kansas University’s men’s basketball team has announced his intention to stick around for the 2015-16 season. Days removed from freshmen Kelly Oubre Jr. and Cliff Alexander deciding to enter the 2015 NBA Draft, KU announced in a release Friday afternoon sophomore Wayne Selden Jr. will be back for his junior season.

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Top prospects to meet at Summit

The top uncommitted high school basketball players in the country, who were in Chicago for the McDonald’s All-America game last week, have descended upon Portland, Oregon, for Saturday’s Nike Hoop Summit (2 p.m., ESPN2).

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Column: Cliff Alexander proof system flawed

I feel sorry for Cliff Alexander. By Tom Keegan

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Perry Ellis has info to make pro decision

The NBA Undergraduate Advisory Committee has provided Kansas University junior forward Perry Ellis information on his draft stock as he decides whether to enter the 2015 NBA Draft or return to KU for his senior season, coach Bill Self said Wednesday. By Gary Bedore

Suns’ Morris twins accused of assault

The Phoenix Suns’ Marcus and Markieff Morris are being investigated on allegations that they beat a former mentor.

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KU's Perry Ellis receives report from NBA committee, continues to consider pro options

Coach Bill Self says forward's 'head is in the right place'

Perry Ellis has not yet decided whether to return to school or enter the NBA Draft.

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Report: Morris twins under investigation for role in alleged assault

Former Kansas University basketball standouts and current Phoenix Suns teammates in the NBA, twin brothers Marcus and Markieff Morris are being investigated by Phoenix police for their part in an alleged assault, according to a report.

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Cliff Alexander to leave KU after one season, enter NBA draft

Freshman forward projects as first-round pick

Kansas University freshman basketball forward Cliff Alexander, who had what coach Bill Self calls “an interesting and educational year,” has decided to end his college career and enter the 2015 NBA Draft.

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Jo Jo White 'overwhelmed' to join Naismith Hall

Jo Jo White, whose jersey hangs in the rafters of both Allen Fieldhouse and the NBA’s Boston Garden, next will be immortalized in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts. By Gary Bedore

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Jo Jo White to be inducted in Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

Former KU guard, Kentucky coach Calipari in Class of 2015

Jo Jo White is a member of the Hall of Fame's Class of 2015.

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Ted Owens likes Badgers

Former KU coach recalls Wisconsin series

Kansas University’s basketball team has played Duke two of the past four seasons, splitting a pair of games while trailing the all-time series, 7-3. Games against Wisconsin, the Blue Devils’ opponent in tonight’s NCAA championship game (8 p.m., Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis) have not been nearly as frequent. By Gary Bedore

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Bill Self: College game needs work

The demise of college basketball appears to have been somewhat exaggerated. But … “I think our game is not quite as good as what it has been,” Kansas University coach Bill Self said recently. By Gary Bedore

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Self’s prediction: UK over Duke in final

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self, who is in Indianapolis for the Final Four, was willing to play prognosticator for the Journal-World on Friday.

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Bragg battled nerves at McDonald’s game

Future Kansas University basketball forward Carlton Bragg was mighty nervous before Wednesday’s McDonald’s All-America game, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.