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Warriors, Brandon Rush agree to 2-year deal

Brandon Rush and the Golden State Warriors are headed for a reunion. By Gary Bedore

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Warriors trade ex-Jayhawk Rush to Utah

Former Kansas University guard/forward Brandon Rush — who tore an anterior cruciate ligament just two games into the 2012-13 season — will make his comeback with the Utah Jazz. By Gary Bedore

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Morningstar: KU high-flier McLemore the 'spitting image' of Brandon Rush

Pick-up basketball games mirror Big 12 action about as much as a toothache resembles a slice of berry pie with a scoop of melting vanilla ice cream on top, served by Heather Graham on roller skates on a really hot summer day. Nobody knows that better than Brady Morningstar, former Free State High and Kansas University guard.

Pacers send Brandon Rush to Golden State for Lou Amundson

The Golden State Warriors have completed a trade sending forward Lou Amundson to the Indiana Pacers in exchange for guard Brandon Rush.

Prep Ben McLemore visiting Mizzou

Kansas University made its official recruiting pitch to basketball high school blue-chipper Ben McLemore at the Oct. 15 Late Night in the Phog. This weekend, Missouri takes it turn trying to impress the 6-foot-5, 185-pound senior shooting guard from Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wilson, Va.

Rush admits he ‘messed up pretty bad’

Third-year Indiana Pacers guard Brandon Rush, who was handed a five-game suspension by the NBA league office this offseason for testing positive for marijuana for a third time, admitted at Pacers’ Media Day that he “messed up pretty bad.”

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Brandon Rush suspended five games for violation of NBA drug policy

Brandon Rush of the Indiana Pacers was suspended for five games by the NBA on Friday for violating the league's drug agreement.

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Rush living large in NBA

Second-year pro praises 2009-2010 Jayhawks

Brandon Rush slipped on his Indiana Pacers practice jersey and sweats Saturday night in a surprisingly tiny visitor’s locker room in the basement of the Staples Center, home of both the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers.

Chalmers, Arthur, Rush could see significant NBA minutes

Kansas University's three early entries may or may not emerge as candidates for the NBA's Rookie of the Year Award. But one thing appears certain: First-round draft picks Darrell Arthur and Brandon Rush and second-round selection Mario Chalmers appear primed to play significant minutes for the Memphis Grizzlies, Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat this season.

Rush pours in 18 points

It took former Kansas University standout Brandon Rush mere hours to ease any worries the Indiana Pacers might have had about trading Shawne Williams. The Pacers sent Williams to Dallas on Friday for Eddie Jones, cash and draft picks.

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National champions receive rings at ceremony

Brandon Rush removed his shiny, new national championship ring from a fancy black box, proudly displaying his prized possession to a handful of reporters Friday night in Allen Fieldhouse. "It's beautiful as you can see," Rush, leading scorer on Kansas University's 2008 NCAA title team said after a 21â2-hour banquet in which rings were distributed to the 2007-08 Jayhawk players and coaches.

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Rush plans to make many returns to Lawrence

Former Kansas University basketball standout Brandon Rush, who last week bought a condo in Indianapolis, plans on returning to his college hometown often during a long NBA career. "I love Lawrence. I don't know what it is about it. I fell in love with it as soon as I got here," said Rush, a Jayhawk for three seasons before being tapped No. 13 overall by the Portland Trail Blazers in the 2008 NBA Draft. The 6-foot-6 Kansas City, Mo., native, who was traded to the Indiana Pacers on draft day, was in town Friday and Saturday to sign some national championship books and visit with his former KU teammates.

Rush signs with Pacers

The Indiana Pacers, who have been embarrassed by some off-the-court incidents involving their players, believe they will have no problems with first-round draft picks Brandon Rush and Roy Hibbert. At least that's the hope of Pacers' president Larry Bird, who announced the duo's signing Tuesday in Indianapolis. "If Brandon would just pay his parking tickets, we'd be fine," Bird said, jokingly.

Rush to remind fans of Reggie?

Former Kansas University guard also patterns himself after Boston standout Pierce

Former Kansas University basketball guard Brandon Rush hopes to remind Indiana Pacers fans of one of the best players in team history, Reggie Miller.

Gary Bedore's KU basketball notebook

As the No. 13 pick in the NBA Draft, Brandon Rush will make $1,499,300 next season and $1,611,800 the following year. The Indiana Pacers have an option for the third and fourth years at $1,724,200 and $2,463,880, respectively.

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