Former Kansas University point guard Sherron Collins says his basketball career is far from over at the still-young age of 27. By Gary Bedore
For the sixth installment of our summer series, which looks back at the top players and moments of the Bill Self era thus far, we rank the best Jayhawks who came off the bench at some point during their careers at Kansas University.
Former Kansas University guard Sherron Collins has been in town the past several weeks, trying to shed some pounds and rejuvenate his hoops career. By Gary Bedore
Tyrel Reed swished a three in overtime to give the Kansas University alumni Blue team a victory over the White squad in Thursday’s Rock Chalk Roundball Classic charity game at Free State High. By Gary Bedore
Former Kansas University center Cole Aldrich will graduate from KU this month with a degree in communication studies, he announced Tuesday. By Gary Bedore
Joel Embiid, a 7-foot, 220-pound senior center from Rock School in Gainesville, Fla., will attend the Oct. 12 Late Night in the Phog as part of an official basketball recruiting visit to Kansas University.
Luckily, for the next installment of our summer series, which takes a look back at some of the most memorable Jayhawks from the past, KU has had no shortage of tough guys come through Lawrence.
Kansas University’s men’s basketball team has scheduled a home-and-home nonconference series against a familiar foe.
Speaking just before lunchtime, Bill Self had food on his mind when asked about his expectations for CBSsports.com preseason All-American Thomas Robinson this season.
Former Kansas University point guard Sherron Collins will play professional basketball for Turkish League team Hacettepe Universitesi during the 2011-12 season, Eurobasket.com reported this week.
Former Kansas University point guard Sherron Collins on Thursday was cut by the NBA’s Charlotte Bobcats.
The Charlotte Bobcats have sent little-used rookie point guard Sherron Collins to Maine of the NBA Development League.
The Bobcats waived guard Javaris Crittenton on Friday, ending a short stay in Charlotte as he tries to return to the NBA from an ankle injury and a lengthy suspension for his role in the Gilbert Arenas gun flap. The Bobcats wanted to give more time to undrafted rookie Sherron Collins, who is in line for the No. 3 point-guard job behind starter D.J. Augustin and backup Shaun Livingston.
Nino Jackson, a 6-foot-2, 175-pound junior basketball shooting guard from Ardmore (Okla.) High, will make an unofficial campus visit to Kansas University for the Oct. 15 Late Night in the Phog.
After a successful stint with Charlotte's summer league team, the Bobcats have reached a deal with undrafted rookie Sherron Collins to help with depth at point guard.