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Episode 3: Fruit Punch

[Now that this thing is off the ground,][1] it's time to move on to Episode No. 3 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

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KU’s 4 freshmen haven’t needed star power to impress observers

Not one of the four four-star freshmen on the 2019-20 roster screams guaranteed NBA lottery pick at this point, the earliest stage, of each of their college basketball careers at the University of Kansas. Yet not one of them has failed to impress their new teammates and ... Continue reading

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Mitch Lightfoot on how KU’s posts look this summer

Mitch Lightfoot spoke to reporters Monday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse. Lightfoot talked about his mindset going into his senior season. Lightfoot also gave his thoughts on how the posts look this summer and how head coach Bill Self proved why he's in the Hall of Fame with ... Continue reading

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David McCormack on improvements he has made this offseason

Soon-to-be sophomore David McCormack spoke to reporters Monday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse. McCormack talked about the improvements he has made this offseason. Last week, Kansas head coach Bill Self called McCormack the most improved player thus far. Continue reading

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KU coach Bill Self pleased with current roster after recent additions

Kansas head coach Bill Self spoke to reporters Monday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse. Self talked about recent roster additions, the importance of landing Jalen Wilson and what it meant to watch Gary Woodland win the U.S. Open this past weekend. Continue reading

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Top tweets show Woodland’s reach after first career major title

If you’ve got something you’re looking forward to at the end of the month and want to kill time until it gets here, just hop on Twitter, type the name Gary Woodland — or his handle @GaryWoodland — into the search field and let your reading, scrolling ... Continue reading

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Gary Woodland’s first major title came with all of Lawrence backing him

It takes a lot to move the sports needle in basketball-crazed Lawrence, Kansas. But former KU golfer Gary Woodland did just that over the weekend. All that was missing was the sound of honking horns downtown and on campus. Just like one of those weekends in March ... Continue reading

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Even lacking a Top 40 prospect, KU’s 2019 recruiting class not all that different from a few past classes

All of the recent talk about the Kansas basketball program not landing a Top 40 recruit in the 2019 recruiting class made me curious about which past class the current one most favorably compares to. The classes in 2008 and 2011 immediately came to mind. While both ... Continue reading

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The jersey numbers are official for KU’s 2019 newcomers

The jersey numbers are out for the five newcomers who have joined the Kansas basketball roster this offseason. And while there’s no telling exactly what their futures hold, this group, at least as of today, appears to be a group that Kansas fans should expect to see ... Continue reading

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Recent roster additions send Kansas climbing in national preseason polls

He called his shot several days ago and backed it up on Wednesday, [shortly after 4-star wing Jalen Wilson committed to Kansas.][1] The 2019-20 Jayhawks are the No. 1 team in all the land in the preseason according to national college hoops analyst Jeff Goodman, of watchstadium.com, ... Continue reading

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Jalen Wilson’s addition all about versatility — past, present and future

It’s been a wild ride for Kansas basketball fans who have been tracking the Jayhawks’ efforts in the 2019 recruiting class. From the days of banking on 5-star prospects like Jeremiah Robinson-Earl and Matt Hurt coming to town to the whiffs and near-misses that surrounded both, it’s ... Continue reading

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Jayhawks not shy about shooting from distance during Tuesday’s camp scrimmage

It was just one scrimmage with no real strategy or sets being run, but it still seemed worthwhile to track the 3-point shooting of the Kansas men’s basketball team during [Tuesday’s camp scrimmage at Allen Fieldhouse.][1] In all, the Jayhawks shot 16 of 48 from 3-point range ... Continue reading

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Highlights from KU basketball summer camp scrimmage

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gR7Ca17_80o&feature=youtu.be Highlights from the Kansas men's basketball summer camp scrimmage Tuesday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse. Tuesday marked the first of two annual Bill Self Basketball Camp games. Continue reading

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Freshman Tristan Enaruna on what he brings to KU basketball

Freshman Tristan Enaruna spoke to reporters Tuesday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse following a summer camp scrimmage. Continue reading

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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