Now that Andrew Wiggins has made it official and declared for the 2014 NBA Draft, the next step for the 6-foot-8 Canadian sensation is to make sure he’s selected No. 1 on June 26 in New York. By Gary Bedore
Kansas University freshman basketball guard Andrew Wiggins will hold a news conference at 2 p.m. today, at which he will announce his intentions to enter the 2014 NBA Draft. By Gary Bedore
Andrew Wiggins is expected to declare for the 2014 NBA Draft at a news conference at 2 p.m., Monday.
Former Kansas University combo guard Jeff Boschee is a college head basketball coach at the age of 34. “I’m full of energy,” Boschee said Saturday, asked about his first few days as successor to Robert Corn as head coach at Missouri Southern State University in Joplin, Mo. By Gary Bedore
Another college basketball big man has Kansas University on his list of possible transfer destinations. By Gary Bedore
After a wild morning of reports and Twitter comments about Joel Embiid's future, Kansas University coach Bill Self told the Journal-World late Thursday morning that "positively no decision has been made regarding Joel Embiid's future." By Gary Bedore
Jerrance Howard, who played for Bill Self at the University of Illinois, now knows what it’s like to work for his former coach. “Unbelievable,” the 33-year-old Howard said of his first season on Self’s Kansas University basketball staff. By Gary Bedore
Journal-World sports editor Tom Keegan hopes that Kansas University freshman center Joel Embiid returns for a second year. His motives are pure, as in purely selfish.
Kansas University freshman Andrew Wiggins has been named to the 2014 National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-America Second Team.
The past two years, the Kansas University point-guard position has had something in common with the school’s quarterback spot. No matter the starter, the chorus crying for somebody else showed up ready to sing every game, just in case. Column by Tom Keegan
Kansas University freshman guard Wayne Selden took to Twitter Tuesday afternoon to announce his plans to return for his sophomore season at KU, rather than enter the 2014 NBA Draft. By Gary Bedore
Maybe Fred Hoiberg was right. Maybe Joel Embiid was the best player in college basketball. Hoiberg seems to be right about a lot of things, such as how to get a team peaking for the postseason. By Tom Keegan
Kansas University freshman center Joel Embiid took to Twitter on Monday to express his feelings about the 2014 NCAA Tournament. “WHAT IF..........?????” the 7-footer from Cameroon wrote. By Gary Bedore'
It turns out Kansas University freshman Joel Embiid would have been available for Thursday’s Sweet 16 matchup against Dayton, had the Jayhawks been able to defeat Stanford on Sunday in Scottrade Center. By Gary Bedore
This is not the way Andrew Wiggins wanted his college basketball career to end, sitting in front of his locker room stall with tears welled in his eyes. “It hurts. I feel I let my team down, my coaches, my fans, Kansas fans, everybody,” the 6-foot-8 freshman one-and-done sensation said after Kansas University’s 60-57 NCAA Tournament Round of 32 loss. By Gary Bedore