Posts Tagged Under: Kansas Basketball

KU practices ahead of World University Games

As tune-ups against Team Canada and the departure to South Korea for the World University Games (WUG) approaches, the Kansas Jayhawks are practicing hard and scrimmaging under the umbrella of FIBA international regulations.

Bill Self talked to media recently and said his team is practicing faster than they ever have before.

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KU/Team USA gets past Team Canada

The first of two exhibition games for Kansas/Team USA against Team Canada took place Tuesday night at the Sprint Center in downtown Kansas City, MO. The Jayhawks battled past a scrappy and offensively talented Canadian team, 91-83.

Thanks to Frank Mason’s 28 points–22 coming in the second half–Kansas, representing the United

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Big 12 hopes to end court storming

Last week, Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby announced that court storming would potentially result in some of the harshest penalties one could imagine for their team, including heavy fines and a potential loss of future home games.

The latter of those two penalties is hard to imagine happening, but Bowlsby made

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