Another Doke update: 'Good chance' KU 7-footer makes return
“We’ll see how he does today, but yeah I think there’s a chance," Self said of Azubuike playing in the Jayhawks' December finale against Eastern Michigan. "I’d certainly like to play him if we could and if the doctor and trainer say its OK, but he practiced up and down yesterday. I think there’s a good chance he can get some minutes tomorrow.”
Eastern Michigan could test KU in three ways, Bill Self says
The Jayhawks will close out their non-conference slate — at least the pre-Big 12 non-conference slate — against Eastern Michigan on Saturday. While the game may not necessarily be against a big-name opponent, the Eagles could test the Jayhawks in three ways, KU coach Bill Self alluded to on Friday
Quick scout: Why KU’s shot selection will be worth watching against Eastern Michigan
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Getting to know: Eastern Michigan basketball | Jackson's Journal | KUsports.com
Saturday’s afternoon tilt with Eastern Michigan at Allen Fieldhouse will be the last tuneup before the start of Big 12 play. This will be the first meeting between these two teams. According to KenPom.com, Kansas (10-1) is ranked No. 5 and Eastern Michigan (6-6) is ranked No. 190.
Benton Smith: Easing Udoka Azubuike back into rotation now good for KU's long-term success | KUsports.com
While no one should expect to see the most spry version of Udoka Azubuike on the court Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse, it seems a fairly safe bet that the University of Kansas basketball team’s junior center will return to the lineup against Eastern Michigan.
Kansas DBs coach Chevis Jackson excited for reunion with Les Miles | KUsports.com
Back in his playing days at LSU, when Chevis Jackson was a cornerback helping the Tigers and their head coach Les Miles win both an SEC and BCS championship, he didn’t exactly spend any of his spare time pondering the idea of one day becoming Miles’ colleague.
Is KU ready for Big 12 play? Bill Self assesses his squad
“I think we’re ready for Big 12 [play]. I think we played the best schedule in the country," Self responded. "I think we’ve played a schedule to prepare us for that.”
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