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Hoops notes: Bill Self goes shopping for a guard

Down a returning point guard just more than a week before his team leaves the country for the World University Games, Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self finds himself scrambling, in search of a replacement. By Benton Smith

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Knick of time? Free agent Cole Aldrich ponders his future

No basketball player in his right mind would enjoy the distinction of suiting up for one of the league’s worst teams — even if that league is the NBA and that team plays its home games in New York City. By Benton Smith

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Notebook: Jamari Traylor 'fine' after missing practices

Even though Kansas University will have to play in the World University Games without sophomore point guard Devonté Graham, the Jayhawks aren’t worried about an injury to post player Jamari Traylor. By Benton Smith

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Bill Self searching for Devonté Graham's summer replacement

KU hopes to add guard to World University Games roster by Saturday

Down a returning point guard just more than a week before his team leaves the country for the World University Games, Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self finds himself scrambling, in search of a replacement. By Benton Smith

KU basketball notebook: Landen Lucas puts clubs away for now

Busy practicing for the World University Games, Landen Lucas has put one of his hobbies on hold this summer — golf. By Gary Bedore

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League-worthy: Mario Little stellar — like, NBA-caliber — at Classic

Former Kansas University guard/forward Mario Little has played in the NBA Developmental League, but not yet received a call-up to the big show. By Gary Bedore

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Devonté Graham injures quad, will miss World University Games

Point guard won't need surgery

Kansas University sophomore guard Devonté Graham suffered a partially torn quad tendon above the knee in Wednesday’s KU campers game and will have his knee immobilized three weeks, coach Bill Self said Thursday night.

Roundball Classic tonight

Brian Hanni’s Rock Chalk Roundball Classic, a KU basketball fundraiser which tonight features KU football coach David Beaty, is set for 7 p.m. at Free State High’s gym.

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High praise: Rookie Carlton Bragg impresses Ben McLemore

Carlton Bragg, who had eight points in last week’s campers game, erupted for 18 points, including two threes that had Ben McLemore applauding enthusiastically. By Gary Bedore

Frank Mason, Wayne Selden lead KU Blue team to 92-91 victory in Bill Self campers game

NBA player Ben McLemore scores 29 for Red squad

Frank Mason had 30 points, while Wayne Selden hit the game-winning shot in Wednesday's camp game in Horejsi Center.

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Brandon Rush an NBA champ

Brandon Rush of the Golden State Warriors joins Clyde Lovellette and Mario Chalmers as former Kansas University basketball players to win both an NCAA title and NBA title.

Kansas athletes compile 3.0 GPA

More than half of Kansas University’s student-athletes on active rosters recorded a grade-point average of 3.0 or higher, and 31 had a perfect 4.0 as the department recorded a combined GPA of 3.0 for the spring semester.

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New look, same Perry Ellis

Though Perry Ellis looks a bit different, his effort and productivity at World University Games practices have closely resembled that of last season, when Ellis led the Jayhawks in scoring (13.8) and rebounding (6.9). By Gary Bedore

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Fast talk: Jayhawks practice fast to play fast

The pace of play has been fast and furious at Kansas University’s World University Games basketball practices the past nine days. By Gary Bedore

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Short-timer: KU pick-up ‘honor’ for SMU’s Nic Moore

Kansas University coach/Basketball Boogie emcee/comedian Bill Self on Saturday roasted a current KU player and one the Jayhawks have borrowed from SMU for the 2015 World University Games. By Gary Bedore