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Men's Basketball Kansas coach Phog Allen to be inducted into the Missouri Valley Conference Hall of Fame

Kansas’ all-time winningest men’s basketball coach, Dr. Forest C. “Phog” Allen will be inducted into the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) Hall of Fame in a ceremony in St. Louis on Friday, March 6, 2020.

Football “Voice of the Jayhawks,” Max Falkenstien, passes away at 95

Max Falkenstien, who broadcast University of Kansas football and men’s basketball games for 60 years, died Monday afternoon. He was 95.

Men's Basketball Self Made falls in opening round of The Basketball Tournament

Self Made, a team comprised of KU men’s basketball alumni, fell in the first round of The Basketball Tournament (TBT) Thursday evening inside Koch Arena. Sideline Cancer topped the Jayhawk alumni, 87-63, with help from a 51 percent shooting clip from the field and 13 3-pointers. Mario Little led Self Made with 21 points on 7-of-15 shooting from the field.

Men's Basketball Self Made TBT team opens play Thursday in Wichita

Self Made, a team comprised of Kansas men’s basketball alumni who all played under head coach Bill Self during his tenure at the helm of the Jayhawk program, is set to play its first game in The Basketball Tournament (TBT) Thursday night, July 25, in Wichita, Kansas.

Men's Basketball Lawson signs contract with San Antonio

Former Kansas forward Dedric Lawson has signed an Exhibit 10 contract with the San Antonio Spurs, sources confirmed Monday.

Men's Basketball Bill Self named Kansan of the Year by the Kansas Society of Washington, D.C.

KU men’s basketball head coach Bill Self was named the 2019 Kansan of the Year by the Kansas Society of Washington, D.C, at its annual banquet Wednesday evening at the Westin Washington, D.C., City Center.

Men's Basketball Jayhawks returning to area to compete in BIG3 and TBT

A number of former Kansas men’s basketball will be in the area for the upcoming BIG3 in Kansas City, Missouri, and The Basketball Tournament (TBT) regional action in Wichita.

Men's Basketball Jayhawks visit Children’s Mercy

Players and staff from the Kansas men’s basketball team spent part of their Tuesday morning in the pediatric unit at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri.

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