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Kansas to begin building home for Dr. James Naismith's 'Rules of Basket Ball' May 2

In 2010 Dr. James Naismith’s original rules of basketball were auctioned off, with Kansas alumnus David Booth paying more than $4.3 million for the two-page document that’s the basis for the game we love today. 175 more words

Kansas names starting QB with plenty of room to improve

Kansas head coach Charlie Weis has named his starting quarterback for the Jayhawks in 2014. That task will belong to sophomore Montell Cozart, who will look to turn around the production at the quarterback position. 196 more words

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Kansas' Bill Self Talks 'One And Dones'

At a powerhouse program like Kansas, Bill Self is used to basketball players leaving early for the NBA.

For instance, this year alone the Jayhawks lose Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embiid to the pro’s after just one year on campus at KU. 100 more words


Jahlil Okafor leads college basketball's top 10 freshmen for 2014-15

The freshman class of 2013-14 thrived but did not meet the breathless expectations thrust upon it. Duke’s Jabari Parker was a first-team All-America. Kansas’ Andrew Wiggins and Kentucky’s Julius Randle earned second- and third-team All-America honors, respectively. 914 more words

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Duke-bound trio helps lead USA to Nike Hoop Summit victory

After losing the last two editions of the Nike Hoop Summit, the United States select team entered Saturday’s game at the Moda Center in Portland looking to end that dubious streak. 183 more words

POSTERIZED: Kansas commit Kelly Oubre dunks on Mike Moser at Nike Hoop Summit practice

Kansas commit Kelly Oubre is one of the better wings in the 2014 class and the bouncy southpaw is currently in Portland for this weekend’s Nike Hoop Summit after playing in the McDonald’s All-American Game last week. 105 more words

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Kansas centre Joel Embiid declares for 2014 NBA Draft

After weeks of speculation surrounding his future, Kansas freshman Joel Embiid has officially declared for June’s NBA Draft.

Kansas freshman sensation, and potential No. 1 overall pick,  431 more words