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Afternoon

Brannen Greene latest Jayhawk to turn pro

3-point marksman plans to hire agent, enter draft

Brannen Greene’s three-year Kansas basketball career, filled with three-point marksmanship and trips in and out of coach Bill Self’s doghouse, came to a close Wednesday afternoon with the junior guard announcing he’ll declare for the NBA Draft.

Early Morning

Tom Keegan: Selden parting means Jackson good fit

Wayne Selden Jr.’s decision to enter his name in the NBA Draft and hire an agent means that Kansas University must replace a starting wing in Selden and a go-to scorer in Perry Ellis.

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Brannen Greene latest Jayhawk to turn pro

3-point marksman plans to hire agent, enter draft

Brannen Greene’s three-year Kansas basketball career, filled with three-point marksmanship and trips in and out of coach Bill Self’s doghouse, came to a close Wednesday afternoon with the junior guard announcing he’ll declare for the NBA Draft.

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Jayhawks participate in student managers' version of Final Four

Kansas and Michigan State are participating in the Final Four after all, albeit on a much smaller scale than expected.

Kansas softball falls in extra innings

Kansas softball played into extra innings to decide the outcome, only this time found themselves on the losing end, as Wichita State surged past the Jayhawks, 6-1, on Tuesday evening at Arrocha Ballpark at Rock Chalk Park.

Jayhawks edge Missouri State

Kansas baseball scratched out a pair of runs and got eight innings of shutout pitching to defeat Missouri State Wednesday evening at Hoglund Ballpark.

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of March 29, 2016

How former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of March 29, 2016.

Valentine, Hield lead AP All-America; Kansas’ Perry Ellis named to second team

Whenever talk of the best college basketball player this season came up so did two names: Denzel Valentine of Michigan State and Buddy Hield of Oklahoma.

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Tom Keegan: Selden parting means Jackson good fit

Wayne Selden Jr.’s decision to enter his name in the NBA Draft and hire an agent means that Kansas University must replace a starting wing in Selden and a go-to scorer in Perry Ellis.