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10th annual Rock Chalk Roundball Classic highlights

Check out highlights from the 10th annual Rock Chalk Roundball Classic, played Thursday night at Free State High.

Crimson - 128

Drew Gooden 19, Jeff Withey 7, Elijah Johnson 18, Ben McLemore 52, Travis Releford 2, Conner Teahan 5, Sherron Collins 12, Devonte’ Graham 8, Kid from the stands 5.

Blue - 109

Keith Langford 32, Tyrel Reed 16, Mario Chalmers 29, Jamari Traylor 6, Jeff Graves 3, Jeff Hawkins 5, Nick Bradford 9, Clay Young 4, Rex Walters 5.

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Sherron Collins speaks to crowd during jersey retirement ceremony

Former Kansas All-American point guard Sherron Collins addressed the Allen Fieldhouse crowd during his jersey retirement ceremony at halftime on Monday, Feb. 19, 2018.

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Hang that jersey: A look back at Sherron Collins’ KU career

A two-time consensus All-American and one of the more beloved players of the Bill Self era, former Kansas guard Sherron Collins will see his name and number join those of various other KU legends in the Allen Fieldhouse rafters Monday night.

Collins is the fifth-leading scorer in program history (1,888 points) and ranks ninth all-time at Kansas in assists (552).

As a sophomore, Collins played a key role for KU’s 2008 national championship team.

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Sherron Collins on upcoming jersey retirement: ‘It’s an unbelievable feeling’

Former Kansas basketball standout Sherron Collins talks about his upcoming jersey retirement ceremony (Monday vs. Oklahoma), what it means to him and his relationship with coach Bill Self.

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Bill Self discusses Graham’s leadership, Aldrich and Collins memories

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self praised Devonte' Graham's leadership, Marcus Garrett's positive impact and his memories of Cole Aldrich and Sherron Collins, who both will have their jerseys retired within the next week.

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KUsports.com’s 2017-18 KU basketball season tip-off party

If you couldn’t make it out for KUsports.com’s 2017-18 Kansas basketball season tip-off party Thursday night at Abe & Jake’s Landing, here’s some of what you missed.

Members of the 2008 KU national championship team, Sherron Collins, Tyrel Reed, Brennan Bechard, Jeremy Case and Matt Kleinmann sat down with Matt Tait and Tom Keegan to watch the final minutes of the Jayhawks’ memorable overtime victory over Memphis from nearly a decade ago.

Afterward, the former KU players fielded questions from fans.

Collins, Reed and Bechard gave their thoughts on what makes Bill Self a great coach.

Case discussed how Self and then-assistant Danny Manning worked together.

And Collins explained how important it was to have Brandon Rush back on the team that season when he could have left early for the NBA, had Rush not suffered an injury.

Kansas' Jeremy Case and Sherron Collins embrace after defeating Memphis on Monday, April 7, 2008 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas.

Kansas' Jeremy Case and Sherron Collins embrace after defeating Memphis on Monday, April 7, 2008 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. by thad-allender

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Sherron Collins describes what it will mean to have his jersey in Allen Fieldhouse rafters

Kansas University head coach Bill Self gets a hug from former player Sherron Collins as the two head to the Jayhawks' locker room following the win against Kansas State on Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015 at Allen Fieldhouse.

Kansas University head coach Bill Self gets a hug from former player Sherron Collins as the two head to the Jayhawks' locker room following the win against Kansas State on Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015 at Allen Fieldhouse. by Nick Krug

Speaking at KUsports.com’s KU basketball season tip-off party Thursday night at Abe & Jake’s Landing, former Kansas basketball star Sherron Collins described what it means to him to have his jersey go up in the Allen Fieldhouse rafters this coming season.

“I was speechless,” Collins said of the moment he heard from Jayhawks coach Bill Self his No. 4 jersey would be on display with other program greats. “I wanted to cry. I wanted to run and shout outside.”

Collins earned All-American honors in 2010 and was the recipient of the Lute Olson Player of the Year, via collegeinsider.com, that same season.

The Chicago guard was the 2010 Big 12 Championship Most Outstanding Player and a two-time All-Big 12 First-Team selection. He was named to the all-conference squad in each of his four seasons at KU, including the 2007-08 Big 12 Sixth Man of the Year award. Collins also ranks ninth all-time at KU in assists, with 552, and fourth on the KU career 3-point field goals made list with 232.

Collins’ jersey will be retired on Feb. 19, 2018, the date of KU’s Big Monday home game against Oklahoma.

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Selden, Chalmers highlight Crimson Team’s win in Roundball Classic

Former Kansas players returned to Lawrence to put on a show for the ninth-annual Rock Chalk Roundball Classic at Lawrence Free State High.

The Crimson Team, which won 104-101, featured plenty of highlights from Wayne Selden, Mario Chalmers, Cole Aldrich, Mario Little, Billy Thomas, Sherron Collins, Elijah Johnson and many others.

Chalmers scored a team-high 22 points.

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KU basketball alumni dazzle in scrimmage against current Jayhawks

Several former Kansas basketball players returned for a first-to-80 scrimmage against current Kansas players in front of Bill Self campers Wednesday afternoon at Horejsi Center.

In a blast from the past, watch some of the highlights from Sherron Collins, Keith Langford, Tyshawn Taylor, Ben McLemore, Mario Chalmers, Perry Ellis and others.

The current Jayhawks squad won the scrimmage, 82-75.

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