Kansas Jayhawks Rumors: Joel Embiid to Return to School?
Some interesting news developed for both college basketball and NBA fans last night when Kansas freshman center Joel Embiid told ESPN that he is “strongly considering” staying for his sophomore season. Embiid has rapidly climbed draft boards all season, and […]
Kansas Jayhawks Enjoy Home Advantage to Clinch Big 12 Regular Season Crown
The Kansas Jayhawks clinched their tenth consecutive Big 12 Conference regular season title Monday night in their 83-75 win over the Oklahoma Sooners. While Kansas’ streak has been impressive, it is only the second-longest active streak in college basketball. Sunday the Stanford Cardinal women’s basketball team secured […]
Kansas Jayhawks Basketball: Will Wayne Selden Stay For His Sophomore Season?
There was a time where Wayne Selden, Jr. was the most prized freshman in the Kansas Jayhawks‘ 2013 recruiting class. With the attention that two other certain Kansas freshman have received this year, some may find that hard to believe. Prior […]
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Perry Ellis Takes Game to Next Level for Kansas Jayhawks vs TCU
The Kansas Jayhawks welcomed the TCU Horned Frogs to town on Saturday a little short-handed. Starting center Joel Embiid was sidelined with back and ankle injuries and reserve Brannen Greene was serving a one-game suspension for a “slip” in responsibility. […]
Landen Lucas Should See Expanded Minutes for Kansas Jayhawks vs TCU
The Kansas Jayhawks are coming off a tough overtime loss to the Kansas State Wildcats and are dealing with injury issues to their starting lineup. Center Joel Embiid has been playing through a back and knee injury for the last […]
Kansas Basketball: Joel Embiid’s Absence Will Benefit Team Long Term
It’s been quite clear that something hasn’t been right for Joel Embiid over the past week. He’s ascended from unranked recruit to possible No. 1 overall pick, but the 7-foot freshman has been visibly off in the Kansas Jayhawks‘ past […]
Kansas Jayhawks Basketball: Bill Self Gaining Reputation As Premier Talent Developer
Bill Self has the privilege of coaching at the University of Kansas, the mecca of college basketball — perhaps any level of basketball for that matter. Kansas is included on the short list of virtually every major high school recruit […]
Last Possession of First Half Doomed Baylor
If ever there was a moment that proved the adage “good team find ways to win,” look no further than the end of the first half in the Kansas vs. Baylor game tonight. With Baylor bleeding the clock down in […]
Andrew Wiggins Becoming Dominant Force for Kansas Jayhawks
Coming into this season, everyone knew that Andrew Wiggins was facing absurd expectations for his freshman year at Kansas. The title of the next LeBron James has been placed on him since high school, and that created unrealistic expectations. Wiggins […]
Potential 2014 NCAA Tournament Showdowns: Duke Blue Devils vs. Kansas Jayhawks
When hypothetically pitching the Duke Blue Devils and the Kansas Jayhawks against each other in the 2014 NCAA Tournament, there is a unique opportunity that doesn’t present itself with most of the other match-ups that I’ve previewed; the Jayhawks and […]