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KU freshman Josh Jackson, head coach Bill Self on same page through 6 games

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self will be the first to tell you that having a 6-foot-8, wildly athletic and ultra-versatile player to experiment with during the 2016-17 season already has been an absolute joy. By Matt Tait

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Azubuike's presence in KU's starting lineup plenty exciting but not necessarily permanent

Starting 7-foot center Udoka Azubuike during Friday night's victory over UNC Asheville brought some excitement to the Kansas basketball lineup, but it's not a given that Azubuike will remain there and he still has plenty of work to do to become a complete player.By Matt Tait

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Notebook: Lagerald Vick finds shooting stroke; less minutes for Graham and Mason

Kansas sophomore Lagerald Vick just continues to impress. And it’s getting to the point where Kansas coach Bill Self seems to be expecting nights like Vick’s 15-point, 9-rebound effort in Friday’s 95-57 win against UNC Asheville at Allen Fieldhouse. By Matt Tait

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Tom Keegan: Graham facilitates big night for teammates in win

Junior Devonte' Graham easily could have scored a ton of points Friday night in Allen Fieldhouse if that had been what he set out to do against an overmatched UNC-Asheville. But why would he do that when Kansas didn’t need that from him? By Tom Keegan

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U-dunk-a: Azubuike dominates in first career start, 95-57 victory

Thursday might have been Thanksgiving, but it could have felt more like Valentine’s Day for the Kansas men’s basketball team. By Matt Tait

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Career days from Vick and Azubuike lift Jayhawks to 95-57 win

Kansas sophomore Lagerald Vick and freshman Udoka Azubuike both earned the first starts in their careers Friday and made sure to make the most of it in a 95-57 victory over UNC Asheville at Allen Fieldhouse.

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Gameday Breakdown: No. 5 KU basketball vs. UNC Asheville

A look at some of the keys for fifth-ranked Kansas in tonight's home clash with UNC Asheville. By Matt Tait

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KU's Dwight Coleby eager for encore performance

With the Jayhawks slated to face UNC-Asheville at home tonight, Kansas big man Dwight Coleby is hoping his next trip to the scorer’s table will lead to something close to the two-point, four-rebound, four-block effort he turned in against Georgia last Tuesday, when he earned the unofficial honor of Big Man of the Game from KU coach Bill Self. By Matt Tait

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Tom Keegan: Giving thanks for Delightful Dozen KU athletes

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I’m taking the opportunity to thank in-season KU athletes I enjoy interviewing the most.

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Junior guard Devonte' Graham not worried about KU's frontcourt issues

It's been a rough start to the 2016-17 season for KU's starting forwards, Landen Lucas and Carlton Bragg Jr., but junior guard Devonte' Graham is not worried about his frontcourt teammates. By Matt Tait

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KU junior Dwight Coleby surprises father with nice gift — playing time

After playing just three minutes, missing his only shot and grabbing just one rebound during Monday night’s 20-point Kansas win over UAB, junior forward Dwight Coleby was not quite sure what to tell his father. By Matt Tait

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Tom Keegan: Frank Mason outplays his size yet again

Kansas senior Frank Mason III, listed at 5-feet-11, 190 pounds, entered the night averaging 22.3 points, and came out of it having led his team in scoring in four of five games. Georgia’s 5-10, 155-pound J.J. Frazier came in averaging 18.8 points. The showdown never materialized for a couple of reasons. By Tom Keegan

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Perimeter-oriented attack carries KU past Georgia

This Kansas team, at least through five games, appears as if it will go as Frank Mason III, Devonté Graham and Josh Jackson go on most nights. Luckily for the Jayhawks, that trio went very well on Tuesday during a late-tip, 65-54 victory over Georgia in the CBE Hall of Fame Classic championship game at Sprint Center. By Matt Tait

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Notebook: Dwight Coleby steps up to contribute inside

Junior forward Dwight Coleby played his first significant stretch of minutes for the Kansas men’s basketball team during Tuesday’s 65-54 victory over Georgia in the CBE Hall of Fame Classic championship game at Sprint Center. By Matt Tait

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Gameday Breakdown: No. 5 KU basketball vs. Georgia

A look at some of the keys for fifth-ranked Kansas in tonight's CBE Classic championship game match-up with Georgia. By Matt Tait