KU 3-point marksman Lagerald Vick trending upward once again

Whether it proves to be a two-game solar flare or the type of burst that can keep his right shooting hand comfortable and confident the remainder of the season, there is no denying that Lagerald Vick is on an upswing. After opening Big 12 play by connecting ... Continue reading


Christian Braun nominated for the McDonald’s All American Game

The McDonald's All American Games announced the list of more than 800 male and female high school seniors that have been nominated to play in the 42nd McDonald's All American that will take place on Wednesday, March 27, in Atlanta. Kansas-bound shooting guard Christian Braun is one ... Continue reading


Three-point play: KU coach Bill Self upset with defensive lapses during 80-78 win over Texas

Following a two-point win, it can be far too easy to focus on a specific possession as the deciding factor of the outcome. Perhaps if Texas had more spacing on the final play of the game, the visitors are able to get off a better shot in ... Continue reading


Jayhawks should learn from late-game missteps in win over Texas

What was once a 10-point Kansas basketball lead shrunk to a single point Monday night when Texas guard Courtney Ramey drained an open transition 3-pointer with just 9 seconds to go in the second half. The Jayhawks knew what would come next — a Longhorns foul to ... Continue reading


KU Sports Extra - Garrett Gone Wild

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KU coach Bill Self talks Silvio De Sousa, says something needs to be determined one way or another

[Responding to questions about a Monday report stating that Kansas officials are in the process of urging the NCAA to immediately reinstate sophomore forward Silvio De Sousa,][1] KU coach Bill Self offered little new information. But he did share some insight regarding De Sousa’s status after No. ... Continue reading


Postgame Report Card: Kansas 80, Texas 78

Grades for five aspects of the Kansas basketball team’s 80-78 win over Texas on Monday at Allen Fieldhouse. Offense: B+ ---------- The Jayhawks rarely look so good shooting from 3-point range and taking care of the ball on the same night as they did versus Texas. Not ... Continue reading


Garrett’s career night tops ratings after KU’s 80-78 grinder over Texas

**1 – Marcus Garrett –** Added a serious dose of offense to his always-solid defensive effort and recorded a career-high 20 points on 8-of-11 shooting. Easily the best all-around game of his career and KU needed every ounce of it. **2 – Lagerald Vick –** Led everyone ... Continue reading


Kansas players following 80-78 win over Texas

Marcus Garrett, Dedric Lawson and Lagerald Vick spoke to reporters Monday night at Allen Fieldhouse following the team's 80-78 win over Texas. "We have to do better," Garrett said. "I really don't know what it is but we have to be better." With the win, KU is ... Continue reading


KU coach Bill Self on 80-78 win over Texas

Kansas coach Bill Self spoke to reporters Monday night at Allen Fieldhouse following an 80-78 win over Texas. "That was a heck of a basketball game," Self said. "Both teams took care of the ball and it was a well-played game." Kansas travels to West Virginia at ... Continue reading


KU’s Dedric Lawson honored again, Jayhawks still 7th in AP poll

For the third time on the newcomer circuit and sixth time in the weekly awards, KU junior Dedric Lawson was honored by the Big 12 on Monday as the conference’s newcomer of the week. Lawson, who averaged 24 points and 8.5 rebounds during wins over TCU and ... Continue reading


Getting to know: Texas basketball

Kansas will look to keep things rolling after winning back-to-back conference games. The Jayhawks (14-2, 3-1 Big 12) responded from a 17-point loss to Iowa State by beating TCU and Baylor this past week. Kansas will welcome Texas for the first of four Big Monday games this ... Continue reading


Report: KU officials to ask NCAA to reinstate sophomore forward Silvio De Sousa immediately

According to [a Monday report from Seth Davis, of The Athletic,][1] the Kansas men’s basketball program is prepared to rule KU sophomore Silvio De Sousa ineligible and request that the NCAA immediately reinstate him. Davis’ report, which cites multiple sources who claim KU is prepared to “formally ... Continue reading


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Freshman point guard sets the tone in KU’s 73-68 win at Baylor

**1 – Devon Dotson –** Set the tone for the night with a stellar start and bounced back nicely from a rough game against TCU. Finished with 14 points on four shots and added five rebounds and five assists in 33 minutes. **2 – Dedric Lawson –** ... Continue reading


Self: Jayhawks left Baylor with ‘good road win’

Waco, Texas — Kansas basketball coach Bill Self certainly wasn’t pleased that his Jayhawks saw their lead shrink significantly late in the second half Saturday at Baylor. But Self didn’t want to discredit the positives from the first 36 minutes of a 73-68 victory, either. “The story ... Continue reading


Lawson and Vick weigh in on KU’s win at Baylor

Waco, Texas — Dedric Lawson and Lagerald Vick discuss the Jayhawks’ 73-68 win over Baylor, which happened to come on Vick’s 22nd birthday. A senior guard from Memphis, Vick scored a game-best 18 points on 6-for-10 shooting, with all six of his baskets coming from 3-point range. ... Continue reading


Postgame Report Card: Kansas 73, Baylor 68

Waco, Texas — Quick grades for five aspects of the Kansas basketball team’s 73-68 win over Baylor on Saturday at Ferrell Center. Offense: C+ ---------- The Baylor defense, once it started sticking with its zone more consistently after rotating in some man-to-man in the opening minutes, was ... Continue reading


Getting to know: Baylor basketball

No. 7 Kansas will look to put its recent road woes to bed this weekend. KU’s two losses this season have come in its only two true road contests, suffering defeats against Arizona State and Iowa State. The Jayhawks (13-2, 2-1 Big 12) will take on Baylor ... Continue reading


Baylor’s zone may force KU to play 2 bigs

If Bill Self has to ditch the Kansas basketball team’s four-guard lineup, and the head coach puts two bigs on the floor versus Baylor on Saturday afternoon, Self will do so somewhat begrudgingly and not because he’s enthusiastic about a return to a traditional look. Asked following ... Continue reading