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Devonté Graham talks Late Night, recruiting

Kansas junior guard Devonté Graham discusses the importance of Late Night for the basketball program, especially in terms of recruiting.

While fans pack Allen Fieldhouse year after year for the preseason show to see skits, dancing and a little bit of basketball, Graham says a lot of the players’ focus on these weekends goes behind the scenes in showing recruits around and selling them on KU.


KU Sports Extra: Men’s Hoops Season Review

With another season of Kansas basketball in the books,’s Matt Tait and Tom Keegan… hey, that’s not Tom Keegan.’s Matt Tait and Benton Smith take a look back at what stood out in the Jayhawks’ 2015-16 season, which featured a 33-5 record, another Big 12 regular-season title and many other accomplishments.

While Bill Self, the Jayhawks and the staff figured they would be in Houston this weekend for the Final Four, falling one game short of that national stage doesn’t mean KU’s season registers as a failure.

Relive some of the more impressive developments from the year, and take a bit of a look ahead to next season, and consider whether Kansas could actually be an even more successful team in 2017.


Devonté Graham talks about cramping issues against Maryland


Devonté Graham hits half-court shot

Kansas guard Devonté Graham talks about playing one game at a time in the NCAA tournament, signs fan autographs and hits a half-court shot during a team shoot around Wednesday.

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Highlight reel: Jayhawks defeat WVU in Big 12 final


KU celebrates 2016 Big 12 postseason title

The Kansas Jayhawks celebrate after defeating West Virginia, 81-71, in the Big 12 championship game, at Sprint Center, in Kansas City, Mo.

Kansas sophomore guard Devonté Graham was named the tournament’s most valuable player after scoring 27 points in the final.

— See what people were saying about the Big 12 title game during’s live coverage

More news and notes from KU’s Big 12 postseason crown


Baseline View: Kansas wins the Big 12 Tournament Championship


Peek inside KU shoot-around at Sprint Center

The Kansas basketball team goes through an afternoon shoot-around at Sprint Center, in Kansas City, Mo., before the start of the Big 12 Tournament.

The Jayhawks cap the low-key session with a half-court shooting contest — if someone makes one, the whole team gets ice cream at dinner. Spoiler alert: Devonté Graham comes through in the clutch.


Devonté Graham: Season changed for better with Landen Lucas becoming starter

Kansas sophomore guard Devonté Graham explains how the Jayhawks’ season changed for the better when he and the team’s other three regular starters suggested Landen Lucas should start inside.

With Lucas, Graham, Frank Mason III, Perry Ellis and Wayne Selden Jr. as KU’s starting five, the Jayhawks are 12-1, and have won 11 straight games.


Devonté Graham seeking out more 3-pointers

Kansas sophomore guard Devonté Graham recalls how Oklahoma seemed to hit lots of defended shots in the first meeting between the Jayhawks and Sooners.

As for Graham, who has made 40 of 94 from 3-point range this season, the point guard says he is actively looking more for long-range openings in his second season.

KU coach Bill Self “gets on all of us if you pass up an open shot” in practice, Graham adds.