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KU Sports Basketball News

  • Malik Newman bails out Jayhawks in crunch time to beat Baylor - 01/21/2018
    “Coach's motto, every time the game gets close, is players make plays, coaches don't win games,” Malik Newman said. On Saturday evening at Allen Fieldhouse, the 10th-ranked Jayhawks saw a heck of a player make all kinds of plays down the stretch to pull out yet another too-close-for-comfort Big 12 victory, 70-67, that Kansas nearly lost control of down the stretch. <strong>By Matt Tait</strong>
  • Notebook: Jayhawks say it was &#39;tough&#39; to lose freshman Billy Preston, wish him luck in Bosnia - 01/21/2018
    On the eve of his big performance during Saturday's 70-67 victory over Baylor, Kansas sophomore Malik Newman spent nearly all of his time hanging out with teammate Billy Preston. <strong>By Matt Tait</strong>
  • Kansas survives scare from Baylor, wins 70-67 - 01/21/2018
    Disaster averted. When the Kansas basketball team’s offense went stale in the second half Saturday versus Baylor, it appeared the Jayhawks might lose at Allen Fieldhouse for the third time this season. Instead, KU survived in dramatic fashion, winning 70-67 against the Bears by finishing the game on a 9-0 run. <strong>By Benton Smith</strong>
  • Freshman forward Billy Preston signs with European professional team, ends KU career - 01/20/2018
    After spending months trying to clear up his eligibility, KU freshman Billy Preston has signed a contract with BC Igokea of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which will end his Kansas career without the former McDonald's All-American and highly touted prospect having played a single game for the Jayhawks.<strong>By Matt Tait</strong>
  • Game day Breakdown: No. 10 KU basketball vs. Baylor - 01/20/2018
    A look at some of the keys for 10th-ranked Kansas in tonight's home showdown with the visiting Baylor Bears. <strong>By Matt Tait</strong>
  • Joel Embiid voted starter in NBA All-Star Game - 01/19/2018
    The one thing that Bill Self never could lay claim to during his Kansas tenure was coaching an NBA All-Star. That changed today when Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid was voted to be a starter in this year’s NBA All-star game, Feb. 18 in the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The starters were announced on TNT’s NBA Tip-Off show.
  • Tom Keegan: Svi coming off his best game in Kansas uniform, according to his coach - 01/19/2018
    In years past, Svi Mykhailiuk wasn’t ready or asked to play a big role in carrying Kansas back from big, late deficits. He's doing it so well now that his coach paid him a monster compliment Thursday. <strong>By Tom Keegan</strong>
  • Getting Comfortable: KU freshman Silvio De Sousa taking small steps toward progress and loving every one of them - 01/18/2018
    Speaking publicly for the first time since arriving at Kansas after graduating early from IMG Academy in Florida, freshman forward Silvio De Sousa on Thursday was asked about the pressure he felt from having to hit the ground running and help the thin Kansas frontcourt immediately. <strong>By Matt Tait</strong>
  • 20 years later, Wilt Chamberlain&#39;s return to Kansas still produces chills - 01/17/2018
    Twenty years ago Wednesday, a giant returned to Allen Fieldhouse. His name was Wilt Chamberlain, he, somehow, still managed to squeeze into his old letter jacket and he was in Lawrence for the first time in more than 20 years. <strong>By Matt Tait</strong>
  • Champions Classic moved up a week to tip off college hoops season - 01/17/2018
    The 2018-19 college basketball season will start with a bang. That much was learned Wednesday, when ESPN announced that the annual Champions Classic featuring powerhouse programs Duke, Kansas, Kentucky and Michigan State would be moved up a week and would be the official kickoff of the college hoops season. <strong>By Matt Tait</strong>