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KU vs China

Photographs from Team USA's 93-56 win in a scrimmage game against China July 2 in Gwangju.

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Kansas coach Bill Self, left, and Carlton Bragg visit before a Team USA 93-56 scrimmage ...

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High School girls look in on a Team USA 93-56 scrimmage game win over China ...

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Kansas guard Frank Mason III, shoots over China defenders in a Team USA 93-56 scrimmage ...

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Kansas center Hunter Mickelson drives to the basket during a Team USA 93-56 scrimmage game ...

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Kansas guard Lagerald Vick, right, leaps for a block in a Team USA 93-56 scrimmage ...

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Kansas forward Jamari Traylor looks to pass from beneath the basket during a Team USA ...

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Kansas center Hunter Mickelson blocks a shot in a Team USA 93-56 scrimmage game win ...

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Kansas guard Tyler Self launches a shot for a score in front of the KU ...

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Kansas guard Wayne Selden Jr. jumps to block a shot in a Team USA 93-56 ...

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Kansas guard Tyler Self, left, and forward Landen Lucas (33) double-team against China in a ...

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Kansas players watch from the bench during the closing minutes of a Team USA 93-56 ...

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Kansas forward Carlton Bragg shakes hands with Team China players after a Team USA 93-56 ...

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Team USA and China take a group photograph together after a Team USA 93-56 scrimmage ...

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Erich Hartmann 3 years, 10 months ago

Im curious just how cohesive the Chinese (& Turkish, etc) teams actually are. The fact that 1 billion+ population China puts this team out there, who get absolutely waxed by 1 NCAA college team (that is missing about 30% of its firepower)...seems to speak well for the idea of having 1 American univ represent the US: built-in chemistry.

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