Selden invited to join Grizzlies

Former Kansas University guard Wayne Selden Jr. has been invited to Memphis Grizzlies preseason camp, the Commercial-Appeal reports. Selden will be a non-roster player with no guaranteed contract.

Kaun to be cut following trade

Former Kansas University forward Sasha Kaun on Friday was traded from the Cleveland Cavaliers to the Philadelphia 76ers, ESPN reported. The move created room on the roster for Cleveland to sign center Chris Andersen in a separate deal.

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Aaron Miles hired by former KU assistant Joe Dooley at Florida Gulf Coast

Friday morning, Florida Gulf Coast University announced that Aaron Miles was leaving Kansas to become a full-time assistant on Joe Dooley’s coaching staff.

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Wiggins recalls time at KU with fondness

Andrew Wiggins, who spent just one year in college, figures to be a walking, talking advertisement for Kansas University’s basketball program for some time to come.

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'For the kids': McLemore in town for youth camp

Sacramento Kings guard Ben McLemore, who has been working diligently on his game this summer as he prepares to complete the final year of his first NBA contract (four years, $13,087,722), has developed a reputation as a guy who spreads his wealth around. By Gary Bedore

Oubre scores 16 in summer league

Kelly Oubre Jr. scored 16 points off 5-of-13 shooting (two of eight threes) with six rebounds in Washington's 87-85 NBA summer-league win over Brooklyn on Tuesday in Las Vegas. For the summer, Oubre has hit five of 23 threes.

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Goddard's Tucker Vang to join KU basketball team as walk-on

Former Goddard High football and basketball player Tucker Vang will be joining the KU basketball team as a walk-on.

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Self says recruiting may get harder

DeAndre Ayton, the No. 1-rated basketball player in the recruiting Class of 2017 according to who has a final list of Kansas University, Kentucky and Arizona, says he’ll definitely attend college one year. By Gary Bedore

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Diallo plays, talks a good game

Former Kansas University forward Cheick Diallo has made a good first impression on his New Orleans Pelicans teammates. By Gary Bedore

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Who's No. 1? Sure it’s early, but puts Jayhawks No. 2 in 16-team power rankings

The 2016-17 season doesn’t tip off for another four months, but college basketball prognostication is a year-round business. Last week, published its preseason power rankings, awarding the No. 2 spot in the nation to Kansas University. By Benton Smith

Diallo scores 11 points in NBA Summer League debut

Kansas University product Cheick Diallo played a team-high 28 minutes and scored 11 points in his NBA Summer League debut on Friday, an 85-65 loss by his New Orleans Pelicans to the Los Angeles Lakers.

Greene scoreless in Memphis debut

Ex-Kansas guard Brannen Greene was scoreless in his first action for the Memphis Grizzlies’ summer league team.

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Jamari Traylor’s summer run ends

Former Kansas forward Jamari Traylor’s run with Indiana’s summer league team came to a close Friday in Orlando. Traylor, a 6-foot-8, 220-pound backup big for the Pacers during the past week, played a personal-high 21 minutes in an 85-72 win over the Magic’s Blue squad.

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Larry Brown resigns from SMU

Well traveled basketball coach Larry Brown led SMU to at least 25 wins in each of the past three seasons, but won’t be back for a fifth year with the Mustangs.

Henry to play for Warriors’ summer team

Former Kansas University guard Xavier Henry is a member of the Golden State Warriors’ summer-league team, the organization announced. Henry, a 6-foot-6, 220 pounder from Oklahoma City, finished last season with Golden State’s D-League team in Santa Cruz, Calif.