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Notebook: Malik Newman’s success is KU’s success

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It took Malik Newman a while to get used to coach Self’s system, but once he did, the guy has been almost unstoppable.

Self says an aggressive Newman can be a difference maker in the Tournament.

Self says his team didn’t play well for large stretches in Wichita, but because of the W’s they have the opportunity to play better in Omaha.

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