Single-Session Tickets on Sale June 4 for KU vs. Team Canada

Sprint Center Box Office
LAWRENCE, Kan. – Kansas men’s basketball, the USA National Team for the World University Games, will face Team Canada in two exhibition games, June 23 and 26 at 7 p.m. at Kansas City’s Sprint Center. Tickets for the general public for individual contests will go on sale Thursday, June 4.
Single-game tickets will be available for Williams Education Fund (WEF) members June 2 and 3 with the general public sale beginning June 4. Cost of the tickets is $27 for the Tuesday, June 23 contest and $37 for the Friday, June 26 matchup. Fans can purchase tickets online at Sprint Center –, or by calling the Kansas Athletics ticket office at 800-34-HAWKS There are also group ticket opportunities for the contests, which can be accessed by calling 785.864.6216 for those options.
As released in early May, general public sale for a two-game ticket package is available for $50, which is still offered for the USA National Team vs. Canada contests.
The games will serve as a tune-up for the team’s participation in the World University Games in South Korea, July 3-14. The United States International University Sports Federation (US-IUSF) selected the Jayhawks to represent the United States in the global event. Even though selected by the US-IUSF, all the costs associated with the trip are the responsibility of the institution. The proceeds from these two exhibition games will help fund these expenses. The two Canada contests will be the first public appearance by the 2015-16 Jayhawks, which will include the qualifying members of the 2015 recruiting class. 
The World University Games, as well as the two exhibition games at Sprint Center, will be administered under FIBA rules. The most notable differences from the college game are the four, 10-minute quarters and a 24-second shot clock. The official online source for Kansas Athletics, Williams Education Fund contributions, tickets, merchandise, multimedia, photos and much, much more.