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Rising 2017 power forward picks up offer from Kansas

The Kansas men’s basketball team took a step toward rounding out its 2017 recruiting class this week, when it extended an offer to three-star power forward Jericho Sims of Cristo Rey Jesuit High in Minneapolis. By Matt Tait

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Former KU PG Russell Robinson relishes overseas career

Set to begin his ninth season playing professionally overseas, former Kansas point guard Russell Robinson was back in Lawrence last week, soaking up the sights and sounds of his second home. By Matt Tait

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Former KU national champion Al Kelley dies at 83

Al Kelley, one of Kansas basketball's 1952 national champions and a former Olympic gold medalist, passed away Saturday at the age of 83. Kelley died in Lawrence, his family confirmed to Kansas Athletics on Saturday night. By Matt Tait

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KU commitment Marcus Garrett finalizes plans to visit campus

One committed Kansas basketball prospect plans his visits while another shares his thoughts about the final four schools still in the hunt to land him.By Matt Tait

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KU guards Graham, Mason turn heads at adidas Nations showcase

Earlier this week, DraftExpress.com, which tracks and predicts the top prospects on the NBA radar, released the Top 10 college players from the event and KU guards Devonte' Graham and Frank Mason both landed on the list. By Matt Tait

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Prep coach believes KU's Carlton Bragg is poised for a monster season

Kansas sophomore Carlton Bragg sits on the brink of an enormous opportunity as he heads into the 2016-17 Kansas basketball season. And a recent visit from his high school coach, Babe Kwasniak, provided the coach will all the proof he needed that Bragg was ready. By Matt Tait

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Tom Keegan: Take away one starter and Kansas still team to beat in Big 12 basketball race

Kansas is so deep that Tom Keegan believes that if the Big 12 were allowed to choose one starter to remove from KU's roster it still would be favored to win a 13th consecutive Big 12 title.

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Former Jayhawk Brett Ballard uses basketball to promote peace in Israel

Former Kansas player and assistant coach Brett Ballard, now an assistant for Danny Manning at Wake Forest, recently returned from a six-day trip to Israel, where he joined PeacePlayers International in promoting peace through the joys of basketball. By Matt Tait

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Basketball Notebook: Allen Fieldhouse vying for title of toughest venue in college basketball

Allen Fieldhouse, long considered one of the best venues in all of sports, is currently in the running for the title "college basketball's most difficult venue," as determined by a series of college hoops polls on ESPN.com. By Matt Tait

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Former Jayhawk Wayne Selden signs with Memphis Grizzlies

The Memphis Grizzlies on Monday announced the signing of free agent guard Wayne Selden, who went undrafted following his junior season at Kansas.

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Light on numbers, KU basketball's freshman class as stacked as any

Although Kansas basketball's incoming freshman class is a little light in terms of prospect per class in the Bill Self era, the 14th-year KU head coach is plenty excited about its make-up. By Matt Tait

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Jayhawks one of four schools in running for 4-star guard Chaundee Brown

Four-star Class of 2017 shooting guard Chaundee Brown recently revealed his final four schools, and three of them, including Kansas, have ties to KU. By Matt Tait

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Jeremy Case calls chance to return to KU basketball 'a no-brainer'

Former Kansas men's basketball guard Jeremy Case has rejoined the KU staff as video coordinator, KU coach Bill Self announced Friday. Case has been coaching elsewhere for the past seven seasons and has not returned to Lawrence since 2011. By Matt Tait

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Former Jayhawk Jeremy Case returning to KU

Former Kansas men's basketball guard Jeremy Case has rejoined the KU staff as video coordinator, KU coach Bill Self announced Friday.

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KU's Josh Jackson continues to be a hot commodity on NBA Draft boards

He has yet to play a minute of college basketball, yet Kansas freshman Josh Jackson already is being touted as a sure-fire NBA prospect. The No. 1 overall player in the 2016 recruiting class recently received some more praise from NBA pundits. By Matt Tait