Hawktrax - Braeden Anderson

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Braeden Anderson to attend Fresno State

Braeden Anderson, a 6-foot-8 power forward from Okotoks, Alberta, Canada, who originally planned to play basketball at Kansas University, on Friday announced plans to attend Fresno State.

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Braeden Anderson says he's ineligible to play at KU

Self, freshman forward disappointed at Big 12 faculty reps' decision to not approve player for aid

Braeden Anderson shed tears during an emotional meeting with Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self late Friday afternoon.

Gary Bedore’s KU hoops notebook

Still no word from NCAA on eligibility of freshman Braeden Anderson

The Associated Press on Friday incorrectly listed KU as a possible opponent for Connecticut in the second-annual Carrier Classic basketball game set for Nov. 11 (Veterans Day), 2012, aboard an aircraft carrier in San Diego Bay.

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Freshmen Traylor, McLemore attending class

Braeden Anderson still awaits word from NCAA

Kansas University freshmen basketball players Ben McLemore and Jamari Traylor attended classes Thursday morning for the first time this semester, but have not yet been fully cleared by the NCAA to participate during the 2011-12 basketball season, coach Bill Self said Thursday.

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Growing pains: New forward Braeden Anderson getting acquainted with college workouts

Though he’s barely been in Lawrence a week, Braeden Anderson is already feeling what it’s like to be a Kansas University men’s basketball player.

Gary Bedore's KU basketball recruiting notebook

Jamari Traylor, a 6-7 power forward from IMG Academies in Bradenton, Fla., reportedly did not commit to KU on his weekend visit. Traylor, who visited Oklahoma State two weeks ago, has said he may visit Texas Tech. He also has visited Indiana and has had a list that includes St. John’s, Memphis, Tennessee and Mississippi State.

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Bill Self comments on signees Ben McLemore, Braeden Anderson

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self on Wednesday announced that shooting guard Ben McLemore and power forward Braeden Anderson have signed scholarship agreements to play hoops at KU.

Canadian big man commits to KU

Late bloomer picks Kansas over UK, others

Braeden Anderson, a late-blooming basketball prospect from the town of Okotoks, Alberta, Canada, has read what the recruiting analysts think of him.