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Future Kansas University basketball players Kelly Oubre, left, and Cliff Alexander pose during media availability leading up to the 2014 McDonald's All-American Game.

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KU’s Self: It’s not fair to compare

Last week, at the NBA Draft in Brooklyn, New York, Kansas coach Bill Self cautioned against making unfair comparisons when it comes to searching for replacements for former Jayhawks Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embiid, the No. 1 and No. 3 picks in this year’s draft. By Matt Tait

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ESPN: Freshmen key for Duke, KU

ESPN.com has listed five programs that will be “most reliant on freshmen” during the 2014-15 season. Surprise: Kentucky is not one of them. By Gary Bedore

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Kansas basketball signee Oubre jumps to No. 6

Alexander still No. 4 in final ranking

Kansas University basketball signee Cliff Alexander kept his No. 4 national ranking, while Kelly Oubre jumped from 12th to sixth in Rivals.com’s final ratings of the high school recruiting Class of 2014. By Gary Bedore

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KU signees help USA squad to victory at Hoops Summit

Kansas University basketball signee Kelly Oubre scored 14 points, grabbed five rebounds and dished three assists in the United States Junior National Select Team’s 84-73 victory over an international 19-and-under squad at Saturday’s Nike Hoops Summit in Portland, Ore. By Gary Bedore

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Kansas hoops signees reach Summit

The United States Junior National Select Basketball Team will try to snap a two-year losing streak against a collection of international high school players 19 and under during tonight’s Nike Hoops Summit, set for a 6 p.m. tip on ESPN2, in Portland, Ore. By Gary Bedore

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KU basketball notebook: Signees Alexander, Oubre add to awards

Kansas University signees Cliff Alexander and Kelly Oubre have been named first-team All-America by USA Today, the paper announced this week. Notes by Gary Bedore

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Analysts: KU-bound duo deserving all-stars

ESPN’s Reggie Rankin proclaimed Cliff Alexander and Kelly Oubre as “best finishers” of the 24 high schoolers who competed, and others raved about the two future KU players, who took part in Wednesday's McDonald's All-American Game. Notes by Gary Bedore

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