Ochai Agbaji on improving his shooting form this offseason

Ochai Agbaji spoke to reporters Tuesday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse following a summer camp scrimmage. Continue reading


Decision Day approaching for 4-star prospect Jalen Wilson

It’s time for another high-profile announcement from Class of 2019. And this time, most of the national recruiting analysts believe things will end well for the Kansas men’s basketball program. Per his Twitter account, [4-star wing Jalen Wilson,][1] a 6-foot-8, 210-pound prospect from Guyer High in Denton, ... Continue reading


A look back at the night new Jayhawk Isaiah Moss scored 19 points in 96 seconds for Iowa

There’s a story going around about new Kansas guard Isaiah Moss scoring anywhere from 14 to 19 points in anywhere from 1:30 to 3 minutes during a game at Minnesota while he was at Iowa. I first saw the eye-popping numbers on Twitter, didn’t quite believe it ... Continue reading


Episode 2: Facea**

[Now that this thing is off the ground,][1] it's time to move on to Episode No. 2 of the new "Foul Shots" podcast with "Rock Chalk Sports Talk" host Nick Schwerdt and former KU guard Elijah Johnson. Be on the look out for a new episode every ... Continue reading


Silvio De Sousa and David McCormack ready to battle for playing time

Both have just one season of college basketball experience on their résumés. In terms of height, one of them has just one inch on the other. And when it comes to fit, either of the two University of Kansas big men have the ability to partner effectively ... Continue reading


KU point guard Devon Dotson on coming back to KU

Kansas point guard Devon Dotson spoke to reporters Monday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse. Dotson talked about his decision to come back to Kansas, and what he hopes to accomplish during his sophomore season. Dotson even admitted that he's changing his jersey number from No. 11 to No. ... Continue reading


Freshman Christian Braun on first week at KU

Christian Braun spoke to reporters Monday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse. Braun talked about his first week with the Kansas men's basketball team, and what has been the biggest different during his transition to collegiate basketball. Braun comes from Blue Valley Northwest, which has won the last three ... Continue reading


Jalen Wilson decision coming soon?

With 4-star prospect Jalen Wilson now having completed his visits to Kansas and North Carolina, it’s time to move into the waiting phase of the talented wing’s recruitment. The former Michigan signee and native Texan, who recently received his release from Michigan after former Wolverines coach John ... Continue reading


Current Jayhawks react to NCAA decision to move 3-point line back

**Topeka —** [The college basketball 3-point line is moving back at the Division I men’s level during the 2019-20 season][1] and the Kansas Jayhawks aren’t too worried about it. That was the vibe given off by four current Jayhawks who were at Washburn University working former KU ... Continue reading


Episode 1: First of all…

It's time for [the premiere episode of a brand new KU basketball podcast][1] featuring "Rock Chalk Sports Talk" host Nick Schwerdt and former KU guard Elijah Johnson. Be on the look out for a new episode every week, which you can find exclusively at on Tuesdays. ... Continue reading


Jayhawks need some surefire 3-point shooters to surround their deep front court

Topeka — Between Udoka Azubuike, Silvio De Sousa, David McCormack and Mitch Lightfoot, manning the paint should be a non-issue for next season’s Kansas basketball team. There’s no doubt the Jayhawks’ bulky frontline of 6-foot-8 to 7-footers will be one of the team’s substantial strengths. But who ... Continue reading


Silvio De Sousa on being freed to play again

After missing out on his sophomore basketball season at Kansas, forward Silvio De Sousa is excitedly looking forward to his return with the Jayhawks. De Sousa, who worked Wednesday at Washburn University's basketball camp, told reporters how he got through a challenging year. Continue reading


Udoka Azubuike looks ahead to his senior year at KU

After working at the Washburn University basketball camp in Topeka, Kansas center Udoka Azubuike looked ahead to his senior season. The 7-footer hopes to play at a level that will get him recognized in the Big 12 and nationally. Continue reading


Introducing “Foul Shots,” a podcasting partnership between & Nick Schwerdt and Elijah Johnson

The crew at is excited to announce a podcasting partnership with Nick Schwerdt and Elijah Johnson that promises to bring must-listen content to your headphones each week. Schwerdt, the host of “Rock Chalk Sports Talk” in Lawrence and Johnson, the former KU guard who helped the ... Continue reading


Silvio De Sousa’s return ‘motivating’ Jayhawks already

Topeka — On what seemed at the time like an uneventful Friday afternoon in late May, a two-word text message sent University of Kansas guard Ochai Agbaji into a frenzy. “He’s free,” read the incoming note on Agbaji’s phone, sent from Fred Quartlebaum, the team’s director of ... Continue reading


Key trio of returning Jayhawks far better than any group Kansas could’ve landed

For months, if not years, fans of the Kansas men’s basketball program dreamed of a future roster that included players like Matthew Hurt, Jeremiah Robinson-Earl and Cassius Stanley, standouts in the 2019 recruiting class that all seriously considered Kansas. But then two signing periods came and went ... Continue reading


KU basketball’s Self Made TBT roster nearing completion

Two members of the 2008 national championship team rounded out the Elijah Johnson project known as Self Made, an all-Kansas alumni team hoping to participate in this summer’s event known as The Basketball Tournament. Darrell Arthur and Darnell Jackson were announced late last week as the final ... Continue reading


Nick Collison, Perry Ellis honored by separate Kansas Halls of Fame

It’s been a big week for former Kansas basketball greats and Halls of Fame, with Nick Collison and Perry Ellis both receiving career honors in the past seven days. Last weekend was Ellis’ turn, as the former KU forward and native Kansan was inducted into the Kansas ... Continue reading


One day back, KU point guard Devon Dotson appears to be contemplating a number change

As if Kansas point guard Devon Dotson has not had enough to think about during the past few weeks, now the sophomore-to-be appears to be contemplating a number change. A day after announcing his decision to return to KU for Year 2 instead of opting for the ... Continue reading


Devon Dotson’s presence eliminates concerns, raises KU’s ceiling

A Devon Dotson-less Kansas basketball team would have figured out some way to succeed in the 2019-20 season — Bill Self is still the Jayhawks’ head coach after all. That alternate reality isn’t one even the most diehard KU follower could stomach in fan fiction form, though. ... Continue reading