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Wayne Selden Jr. after KU scrimmage

Wayne Selden Jr., who plays for the Memphis Grizzlies, speaks to the media following a scrimmage at Horejsi Family Athletics Center on Wednesday.

Selden discusses his career and various KU basketball topics.

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KU basketball camp scrimmage highlights

The Kansas men's basketball team competed in a scrimmage with former players at Horejsi Family Athletics Center on Wednesday.

The Red team had little trouble blowing out the Blue team.

Red 80

Sam Cunliffe 9, Udoka Azubuike 14, Dedric Lawson 10, Charlie Moore 26, K.J. Lawson 2, Devon Dotson 7, Mitch Lightfoot 6, Ochai Agbaji 2, Marcus Garrett 4.

Blue 44

Wayne Selden 6, Devonte’ Graham 8, Mario Chalmers 0, Travis Releford 4, Silvio De Sousa 10, Elijah Johnson 5, David McCormack 8, Chris Teahan 3.

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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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Wayne Selden Jr. will remember season fondly, feels for seniors

Following the Kansas basketball team’s Elite Eight loss to Villanova, in Louisville, Kentucky, Wayne Selden Jr. described what he’ll remember most about the Jayhawks’ 33-5 season.

“It’s just a great group of guys. They gave it their all, you know, and they worked hard,” Selden said. “I just feel bad for the seniors, and stuff like that. Perry (Ellis) and ’Mari (Traylor), everybody sees how hard they work, but nobody sees how hard Evan (Manning) works. Nobody sees how hard Hunter (Mickelson) works. And they may go unnoticed, but our seniors were really big this year.”

KU’s ability to play loose and not feel too pressured had taken the team far the final weeks of the season, and Selden said the Jayhawks still performed with that approach against the Wildcats, even though they fell in the regional final.

“In the past when stuff went south, we would get mad and panic and stuff like that,” Selden said. “But even when we got down (by as many as nine against Villanova in the first half), we knew we were fine. ‘We’ve been here before. We’re fine.’ We knew we would make a run to come back, but when we took the lead we wanted to extend it, and we didn’t do that.”

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Highlight reel: Jayhawks defeat WVU in Big 12 final

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Baseline View: Kansas wins the Big 12 Tournament Championship

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Highlight reel: Jayhawks play above rim in Big 12 semis

So many lobs. So many slams. Check out all of the highlights from the Jayhawks’ Big 12 semifinal victory over Baylor — including the Wayne Selden Jr. and-one that had the Sprint Center and social media buzzing.

— See what people were saying about KU's semifinal victory during KUsports.com's live coverage


More news and notes from KU’s Big 12 semifinal victory


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KU’s top 12 dunks in Big 12 play

During the Kansas basketball team’s 12th consecutive Big 12 championship season, the Jayhawks produced plenty of highlights.

Here are KU’s top 12 dunks from Big 12 play, featuring Wayne Selden Jr., Landen Lucas, Perry Ellis and Jamari Traylor — with a little help from their teammates.

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Wayne Selden Jr.: Baylor’s size, strength, zone stand out

Kansas junior guard Wayne Selden Jr. says Saturday’s Big 12 opener against Baylor should be good for the young KU players, to see what conference play is really about.

The Bears’ zone, size and strength down low, Selden adds, makes them a challenging opponent for the Jayhawks.

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KU Sports Extra: Poetry in Motion

Tom Keegan and Matt Tait are back to discuss Kansas basketball, the growth of Wayne Selden Jr. and much more.

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