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Kansas Jayhawk News and Notes 3.4.13

Kansas Jayhawk News and Notes 3.4.13

Peter G. Aiken-USA TODAY Sports

Kansas Basketball

Finale four: Four KU seniors to say fieldhouse farewell |
Kind of interesting how different these three journey's have been and they've all found a place as part of a pretty good team.

KU’s improbable senior class will say goodbye -
If any senior class in America would be qualified to speak on the merits of patience and process, it would almost certainly be Kansas’ — a group of transfers, redshirts and former benchwarmers who bided their time, waited their turn and blossomed into starters and stars.

Opinion: Goodbye, Ben McLemore; hello, Andrew Wiggins? |
It would be a pretty cool thing, but I'm not holding my breath.

KU on remarkable run of success in Big 12 -
Elijah Johnson is laughing, because that’s what you do at a party. You laugh. You smile. You put your arm around Tyler Self because the coach’s kid got in the game and passed up an open look with the crowd pleading for him to shoot. Then you run off the floor, high-five a few fans and bask.

Opinion: Elijah Johnson flexing his muscle at right time for KU |
Johnson earned the right to pose by playing a terrific game to end a week that started with a 39-point effort in Monday’s overtime victory at Iowa State.

Seniors took different paths to KU |
A five-star recruit from Sin City and a surfer dude from San Diego. A local kid from down the road and a journeyman looking for a home.

Cavaliers cut former KU guard Josh Selby |
Would have been a junior. Just a thought.