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Kansas All-American Ochai Agbaji officially declares for 2022 NBA draft in Sunday social media announcement

Three weeks removed from guiding Kansas to its sixth national title, KU senior Ochai Agbaji, as everyone expected, announced on Twitter that he was declaring for the NBA draft. By Matt Tait

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Kansas guard Christian Braun declares for 2022 NBA draft

Junior plans to retain his college eligibility through the process

On the final day to declare for the 2022 NBA draft, Kansas junior Christian Braun did exactly that, announcing his decision to enter the draft process on Twitter late Sunday morning. By Matt Tait

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KU AD Travis Goff says changing landscape of college athletics creates challenge as Big 12's search for new commissioner heats up

The Big 12 Conference on Thursday announced that it has secured the services of powerhouse search firm TurnkeyZRG to help find the conference’s next commissioner. By Matt Tait

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Seven1 Sports & Entertainment agency announces signing of KU's Jalen Wilson as client

On Thursday, Seven1 Sports & Entertainment group noted on both its Twitter and Instagram pages that Kansas forward Jalen Wilson had signed with the agency, which suggests that the third-year Jayhawk is planning to at least test the NBA waters this offseason. By Matt Tait

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Kansas basketball forward David McCormack declares for 2022 NBA Draft

Kansas forward David McCormack is turning his attention toward chasing his lifelong dream of playing in the NBA. By Matt Tait

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'The 2022 Miracle' - National champion Jayhawks rode balance, team-first mentality to NCAA title

After winning NCAA titles in 1988 and 2008 on the heels of some individual miracles, the Kansas basketball program's 2022 title was delivered via a true team effort and head coach Bill Self is determined to make sure it's remembered that way. By Matt Tait

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Kansas senior David McCormack not leaning either way as he awaits feedback to make stay-or-go decision

While his immediate future is up in the air, Kansas forward David McCormack is looking at his decision to turn pro or return to KU for one more season as “a bonus.” By Matt Tait

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Danny Manning joins Louisville basketball staff as assistant coach

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — First-year Louisville head coach Kenny Payne has hired former Kansas great and college basketball Hall of Famer Danny Manning as an assistant, a month after the coaching veteran completed an interim stint at Maryland.

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2022 national champs celebrate special season with annual Kansas basketball banquet at Allen Fieldhouse

College basketball’s 2022 national champions got together one last time on Thursday night inside the very building where they’ll soon be raising another banner. It was team banquet time for the Kansas Jayhawks at Allen Fieldhouse, and this team had more to celebrate than most. By Matt Tait

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Future KU walk-on announces commitment on social media

The Kansas men’s basketball roster grew by one on Wednesday, when 6-foot-3 guard Wilder Evers, of Oak Mountain High in Alabama, announced his commitment to Kansas. By Matt Tait

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Eight Jayhawks still alive for NBA title as playoffs begin

Eight former Kansas Jayhawks will have the opportunity to help their teams make a run at an NBA title this spring in the NBA playoffs. By Matt Tait

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KU's David McCormack named Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year for men's basketball

Fresh off of winning a national title in New Orleans, Kansas forward David McCormack was named the Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year for men’s basketball on Tuesday. By Matt Tait

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Examining the case for adding Kansas forward David McCormack's name and number to the Allen Fieldhouse rafters

After narrowly missing out on Most Outstanding Player honors at the Final Four, the question of whether Kansas big man David McCormack’s name belongs in the Allen Fieldhouse rafters anyway has been red-hot of late. By Matt Tait

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Celebration City: Jayhawks and adoring fans turn Mass. Street into a party during national championship parade

The first Kansas basketball parade in 14 years featured some of the same sights and memories from the last two — in 2008 and 1988 — and plenty of new euphoria for thousands of KU fans who took over Massachusetts Street from 6th Street to 19th to celebrate the 2022 national champs on Sunday afternoon.By Matt Tait

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Teahan touchdown pass wows crowd, KU football players at annual spring game

Kansas walk-on Chris Teahan on Saturday added another chapter to what was already a memorable week for the Leawood native. By Matt Tait