2013 Might Have Been a Great Season

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Kansas loses heartbreaker in atypical fashion

Kansas Ready to Rebuild

Wayne Selden, ranked twelfth in the ESPN Top 100, is poised to make an immediate impact for the Jayhawks next season.

Bill Self and his young Kansas Jayhawk basketball team have high expectations for the 2013-2014 basketball season.

Jayhawks face challenges next season

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An early preview for the University of Kansas men’s basketball season in 2013-14.

Kansas Regains Swagger

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Power of the Phog cures Jayhawk woes

KU basketball in a learning season

Chattanooga v Kansas

Kansas has talent, but still needs to develop.

Basketball returns at Late Night

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Performances at this year’s Late Night prove Kansas basketball is as strong as ever

Jayhawks Cruise Past Detroit 65-50

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By Blake Schuster Omaha, Neb. — Normally being grouped with Duke would be a good thing for Kansas basketball, but on a day where the Blue Devils joined Missouri as one of the few #2 seeds to fall to a #15 seed in the NCAA tournament, the Jayhawks wanted no part of that — and they played like it. Kansas rolled over Detroit 65-50 in Friday night’s second round match-up at the CenturyLink Center, setting itself up for a Sunday night bout with Purdue. “We didn’t talk about [the losses] at all or make it a big deal but it did wake us up a little more and gave us energy for the game,” Thomas…