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Sweet redemption: KU basketball downs UConn, reaches second weekend in NCAA Tournament |
The upperclassmen on this Kansas basketball team are still on track to reach new heights. Wayne Selden made sure of it Saturday night.

KU throws block party against UConn |
On Connecticut’s first possession of the game, guard Sterling Gibbs drove into the lane but had his shot blocked by Kansas forward Landen Lucas. For the remainder of the half, the Huskies found little room to work inside.

On to the next round: Jayhawks show 'swag' in tourney win over UConn |
Devonté Graham raced full speed downcourt, and after passing Kansas University’s bench, cupped the basketball and lobbed it in the direction of Wayne Selden, Jr., whose acrobatic one-handed flush with 1:31 left proved to be the exclamation point in the Jayhawks’ 73-61 second-round NCAA South Regional victory over UConn on Saturday night in Wells Fargo Arena.

Bill Self likes Jayhawks' feisty attitude |
Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self loved his team’s feisty attitude at halftime of Saturday’s 73-61 second-round NCAA South Regional victory over UConn in Wells Fargo Arena.

Husky wants best for Jayhawk pal Wayne Selden Jr. |
After watching his team trim a 23-point Kansas lead down to nine on two different occasions late in the first half of Saturday’s second-round NCAA Tournament game at Wells Fargo Arena, UConn freshman Jalen Adams said he could feel the momentum turning the Huskies’ way.

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