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Kansas sophomore guard Devonté Graham says freshmen big men Carlton Bragg and Cheick Diallo came off the bench against TCU to key the Jayhawks’ win.
“Coach always says, ‘Be ready when you’re number’s called,’” Graham shares, adding Bragg and Diallo did so with energy.
“We’ve got a saying: energy finds the ball,” the sophomore guard says. “When you bring energy good things happen.”
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- Trent Johnson not surprised by play of KU freshman bigs
- Bill Self: Jayhawks’ win over TCU ‘a dud game’
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