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Photographs from a Team USA practice session in Gwangju, South Korea Friday, July 10. Kansas will play Lithuania in a quarter-final game noon Saturday, July 11 (10 p.m. Friday CDT)
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Team USA coach Bill Self greets Team Canada's assistant coach John Campbell, between team practice ...
Kansas forward Jamari Traylor suits up on a couch before a Team USA practice session ...
Team USA holds a practice session under the watchful eyes of a group of high ...
Team USA coach Bill Self talks about Lithuania, the teams next opponent, during a practice ...
Korean fans watch a Team USA practice session Friday July 10, at a girl's high ...
Not only being team USA and still undefeated in July, the Jayhawks play like a seasoned, cohesive team deserving of the preseason #1 NCAA ranking. Conditioning has been the deciding factor in every WUG game that stayed close into the fourth quarter. All the pool teams but Serbia were fading at the end of games.
In the medal bracket, same story both games. Germany has only faced Brazil and maybe one other actually competitive team, so they will be the dark horse of the finals. at least coming into the 4th qtr.
The novelty of K/USA playing when most stateside fans can follow the action is such a new development it may take some adjustment early in the game, but more for fans than players.
Rock Chalk! Go 'Hawks!
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