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  • Notebook: Graham still searching for shot; Azubuike says knee is 'better' - 03/24/2018
    After delivering a 1-of-7 shooting performance in last weekend's second-round victory over Seton Hall, the expectation was that Kansas senior Devonte' Graham would come out in Friday's Sweet 16 game against Clemson ready to bounce back big time. <strong>By Matt Tait</strong>
  • Tom Keegan: Jayhawks ready to let it fly in Elite Eight - 03/24/2018
    As difficult as it was for the pro-Kansas crowd to watch a 20-point lead shrink to one-fifth that size, the final 10 minutes of KU’s 80-76 survive-and-advance victory Friday night against Clemson served a purpose. “Certainly nobody can say that we’ve played our best game yet,” Kansas coach Bill Self said in the hall outside of his team’s cramped locker room inside CenturyLink Center. “Hopefully, that will come Sunday.” <strong>By Tom Keegan</strong>
  • Still Dancin&#39;: Azubuike leads Jayhawks to third straight Elite Eight appearance - 03/24/2018
    After rolling to a 14th straight Big 12 regular season title a little more than a month ago, the Kansas men's basketball team now sits one win away from adding an ACC title to its 2017-18 haul. Oh, and a trip to the Final Four. <strong>By Matt Tait</strong>
  • Jayhawks settle for stopping Gabe DeVoe&#39;s teammates in Sweet 16 victory - 03/24/2018
    No one in Clemson basketball history ever scored more points in an NCAA Tournament game than senior guard Gabe DeVoe did Friday night in the Sweet 16. The Kansas players who couldn’t stop the 6-foot-4 DeVoe were just glad his teammates weren’t as successful. <strong>By Benton Smith</strong>
  • Kansas survives close call vs. Clemson to advance to Elite Eight - 03/24/2018
    It wouldn’t be March without a little drama. Although top-seeded Kansas looked in control against Clemson early in the second half, the Tigers rallied to make the Jayhawks sweat before KU escaped CenturyLink Center with a 80-76 victory Friday night. <strong>By Benton Smith</strong>
  • Tigers always trust Brownell&#39;s preparation will give them chance to win - 03/23/2018
    Through the course of any given season, when Clemson coach Brad Brownell isn’t preparing his Tigers for the next opponent on their schedule, he inevitably checks in on other college basketball games. During the past several months it wasn’t uncommon for Brownell to find himself watching Kansas, his Tigers’ Sweet 16 opponent Friday night at CenturyLink Center. <strong>By Benton Smith</strong>
  • Game day Breakdown: No. 1 seed KU basketball vs. No. 5 seed Clemson - 03/22/2018
    A look at some of the keys for top-seeded Kansas in Friday's Sweet 16 showdown with fifth-seeded Clemson at CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Neb. <strong>By Matt Tait</strong>
  • Tom Keegan: Udoka encouraged by pace of knee recovery - 03/22/2018
    The moment Kansas center Udoka Azubuike earned 100 percent credibility on the topic of the fitness of his left knee was the moment he answered the question as to whether he had recovered 100 percent. <strong>By Tom Keegan</strong>
  • Notebook: Guard-heavy attacks will be key for both KU and Clemson - 03/22/2018
    Kansas and Clemson are both wary of serious backcourt talent on the other bench heading into Friday's Sweet 16 showdown at CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Neb. <strong>By Matt Tait</strong>
  • Clemson big Elijah Thomas ready to battle KU&#39;s Udoka Azubuike - 03/22/2018
    As well as Clemson’s starting guards Shelton Mitchell, Gabe DeVoe and Marcquise Reed have played on the perimeter, directing the program to its first Sweet 16 appearance since 1997, the Tigers think their starting center could hold the key to toppling Kansas. A 6-foot-9, 237-pound junior, Elijah Thomas might not possess the height or bulk of the Jayhawks’ 7-foot, 280-pound Udoka Azubuike. But Thomas, a member of the ACC’s All-Defensive Team, wasn’t worried about those measurables on the eve of the No. 5 seed Tigers’ matchup with top-seeded KU. <strong>By Benton Smith</strong>