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“I would say probably laundry,” said Self when asked why Azubuike wore the warm-up instead of jeans last weekend. “I mean, somebody asked me the other day, they said, ‘He’ll make a comeback, won’t he this year?’ No. No. He’s out until June. He is out.”
How and why Kansas freshman Ochai Agbaji went from overlooked recruit to NBA prospect
The 18 year old at the center of one of college basketball’s best stories went full giggle when presented with the absurdity of it all.
Against KU’s defense, here’s a strategy that’s worked so far
The college basketball X’s and O’s analyst — and former video coordinator at New Mexico State and Nevada — says every KU defender basically does their job correctly in this first-half clip from a recent game at TCU. After a Horned Frogs ball screen, Mitch Lightfoot aggressively hedges to make the point guard change directions, and Dedric Lawson helps out by “tagging” Lightfoot’s man, bumping him in the lane to give time for Lightfoot to recover.
Kansas State ‘in driver’s seat’ in Big 12 men’s basketball race, KU’s Bill Self says
Six of 10 Big 12 Conference men’s basketball teams are within three games of first place entering the final two and a half weeks of the regular season.
10 quotes from Bill Self's weekly media session
The biggest weekend of the year for KU basketball is coming up shortly. Kansas will soon face off against Texas Tech in Lubbock before returning home to square off against conference-leading K-State on Monday. Should the Jayhawks go 2-0, they'll sit at first place in the Big 12.
CONFERENCE CALL: Week Eight
“They are a good team, Chris has done a nice job, but how much more difficult is it down there with the place packed out like it’s been the last couple of years? They really had it going under Coach Knight then the fans went away. They’re back now and it looks like a very intimidating place to play.”
What's the latest on the Midwest's best unsigned 2019 prospects?
It is coming down the homestretch for seniors playing in the Midwest. With high school tournaments about to start, prospects in the 2019 class all over the region will begin potentially playing their final basketball games before enrolling in college. While most of the top players in the region are already committed, here is a look at where things stand with the best uncommitted prospects.
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