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Chalmers watched gold-medal Jayhawks with pride

Former Kansas University standout Mario Chalmers watched his alma mater with pride when the Jayhawks won a gold medal at the World University Games in South Korea earlier this month. By Bobby Nightengale

Reports say Embiid broke same bone in foot

Former Kansas University big man Joel Embiid re-broke the same bone in his foot that caused him to miss his rookie NBA season, according to a published report.

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In the running: A look at some of the top basketball preps still considering the Jayhawks

Josh Jackson, a 6-foot-7 senior shooting guard from Prolific Prep in Napa, California, who is ranked No. 1 in the Class of 2016 by Rivals.com, has a list of KU, Arizona, Kentucky, Duke, Louisville, Michigan State, Maryland, UNLV and North Carolina. Here's a look at Jackson and some of the other top prospects who continue to list KU. By Gary Bedore

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Column: Look for Svi to be a key

One of the players key to the 2015-16 Kansas University basketball season hasn’t come up much in conversation lately because he wasn’t eligibile to play in the World University Games.

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Oubre, Alexander working toward NBA

Former Kansas University guard Kelly Oubre Jr. found his shooting stroke Friday in the sixth game of his pro basketball career.

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Column: Will Self keep Kansas playing faster?

Having innate ability to control situations that easily could spin chaotically out of control is one of the qualities that makes good coaches successful.

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Warm welcome: About 1,000 fans cheer gold medalists

The theme song from “Rocky” and Queen’s “We Are The Champions” played on the sound system at Kansas University’s Hoglund Ballpark at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday as the Jayhawks’ World University Games gold-medal-winning basketball team exited the team bus, then marched through a gate toward the pitcher’s mound. By Gary Bedore

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Column: Coach saw football in the future for Frank Mason

Chris Beatty, now running-backs coach at Virginia, knows what a big-time football prospect looks like, even when the athlete doesn’t have a single football play on film. By Tom Keegan

Aldrich signs with Clippers

The Los Angeles Clippers have added former Kansas University standout Cole Aldrich.

Robinson to have knee surgery

Former Kansas University forward Thomas Robinson of the Brooklyn Nets will undergo arthroscopic surgery today to repair a small tear in the meniscus of his right knee, the NBA team has announced.

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Selfs get father-and-son time in South Korea

Had Kansas University men’s basketball coach Bill Self been called to lead a select team to represent the United States at the World University Games, instead of his own Jayhawks, he wouldn’t have been able to spend some quality time in South Korea with his son, Tyler. By Bobby Nightengale

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SMU's Moore, Florida Gulf Coast's DeBose enjoyed filling in for KU

Florida Gulf Coast senior guard Julian DeBose and SMU senior guard Nic Moore joined Kansas University in representing the United States’ men’s basketball team this summer at the World University Games following injuries to Jayhawks Brannen Greene and Devonté Graham. Both KU fill-ins were thrilled to represent their country and learn from their short-term teammates. By Bobby Nightengale

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Jayhawks counted on junior point guard Frank Mason III at Games

Kansas University junior point guard Frank Mason III was confident in the final minutes of the United States’ men’s basketball team’s 84-77, double-overtime victory over Germany on Monday at Yeomju Gymnasium. His teammates were even more confident. By Bobby Nightengale

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Column: U.S. 'next plays' its way to victory

If your goal is to minimize the gold medal that Kansas-dominated Team USA won in the World University Games, you can find fodder to do so. By Tom Keegan

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Jayhawks honored to win gold at World University Games

With the final seconds running off the clock in the United States’ men’s basketball team’s 84-77, double-overtime victory in the World University Games championship against Germany on Monday at Yeomju Gymnasium, Kansas University junior Wayne Selden Jr. flung the ball as high as he could, setting off a wild celebration. By Bobby Nightengale