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Big 12, ESPN announce new deal making select KU games only available online

Kansas fans will have to watch more games via online streaming moving forward

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Former Adidas executive agrees to pay KU for his part in illegal pay-to-play scheme

A former Adidas executive has agreed to pay the University of Kansas restitution as part of a federal fraud case involving college basketball recruiting.

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KU's Dedric Lawson eager to utilize skills gained at Kansas to carve out NBA career

Junior forward officially declares for 2019 draft

Kansas junior Dedric Lawson, who declared for the NBA Draft on Monday morning, spoke with the Journal-World on Monday afternoon about his time at KU, how he reached his decision and what comes next. By Matt Tait

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KU junior Dedric Lawson declares for the NBA Draft

The list of available scholarships for Bill Self and the Kansas men’s basketball program grew to three on Monday morning, when KU junior Dedric Lawson officially announced his intention to declare for the NBA Draft. By Matt Tait

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As college basketball season draws to a close, KU coach Bill Self sees hope at 2019 Final Four

As veteran teams Texas Tech and Virginia prepare to play for college basketball’s biggest prize, Bill Self’s 2018-19 Kansas team is left to reflect on the 26-10 season that ended in the second round. By Matt Tait

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NCAA ‘aggressively’ pursuing evidence in college basketball corruption trial, NCAA president says

The NCAA is “aggressively” pursuing evidence obtained by the FBI for the college basketball corruption trials, NCAA President Mark Emmert said.

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Sophomore guard K.J. Lawson leaving Kansas

A source close to the Lawson family confirmed to the Journal-World late Thursday night that reports about KU sophomore K.J. Lawson entering the transfer portal were in fact true. By Matt Tait

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Kansas coach Bill Self recommending time off for 'tired' Jayhawks

While the common response to a season-ending loss like the one the Kansas men’s basketball team suffered nearly two weeks in Salt Lake City would be to get in the gym and get after it so nothing like that ever happens again, KU coach Bill Self has advised a slightly different approach for the current Jayhawks. By Matt Tait

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Kansas junior Dedric Lawson earns consensus All-American nod

If the 2018-19 season does in fact go down as the only season for Dedric Lawson at Kansas, the junior forward from Memphis sure got his money’s worth. Lawson on Tuesday landed on yet another postseason All-American team, this one a third team honor handed out by The Associated Press. By Matt Tait

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Matt Tait: With Coach Cal in for life at Kentucky, will Kansas, others follow suit?

So John Calipari is now at Kentucky for life and the whole thing got me wondering if this kind of contract extension is going to become more popular in the coming years. By Matt Tait

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Sophomore guard Charlie Moore to transfer from KU

Reserve guard Charlie Moore is leaving Kansas, KU coach Bill Self confirmed to the Journal-World on Saturday. By Matt Tait

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Danny Manning to remain at Wake Forest for season No. 6

Despite the program finishing 13th in the ACC with an 11-20 overall record during the 2018-19 season, Wake Forest recently announced that basketball coach Danny Manning would return for a sixth season. By Matt Tait

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Dedric Lawson's 2018-19 season sits among the best in KU history

Say what you will about Dedric Lawson’s junior season at Kansas — how it looked, its fire, its consistency and its superstar allure. But if you’re dogging Dedric for any of those things, be careful not to do it in an argument with someone who chooses statistics as his or her weapon of choice. By Matt Tait

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KU target Matt Hurt sets date to announce college decision

Top 10 prospect likely to choose between Kansas, Duke, North Carolina and Kentucky

One of the top remaining uncommitted prospects in the 2019 basketball recruiting class has set a date for decision day. By Matt Tait

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Key Jayhawks not focused on discussing their futures at Kansas

Salt Lake City — For a program like Kansas basketball, the end of the season brings with it questions about the future of the roster, the stay-or-go dilemma for KU’s future pros and the prospects of what the next group — in this case the 2019-2020 team — might look like in the very near future. By Matt Tait