The Kansas men's and women's basketball teams hosted a virtual Late Night in the Phog Friday. The 90-minute event included skits, updates on the teams' roles in recent social justice movements and scrimmages from both teams.
After the loss of forward Silvio De Sousa, Kansas men's basketball coach Bill Self said he is open to playing more small ball this upcoming season. The Jayhawks have plenty of perimeter players, with the majority standing 6-foot-5 or taller.
Kansas men's basketball will matchup with Tennessee on the road in the 2021 Big 12/SEC Challenge. The Jayhawks lead the all-time series 4-1, including a 74-68 victory in Allen Fieldhouse last season.
With just about a month left before the 2020-21 season, Kansan associate sports editor Sam Lance projects what the Kansas men's basketball starting lineup might look like.
Kansas men’s basketball senior forward Silvio De Sousa will opt out of the 2020-21 season and leave the program. De Sousa said he will be “focusing my energies on personal issues."
The 36th annual Late Night in the Phog will take place virtually on Friday, Oct. 23 at 7 p.m. Fans can stream this year’s event on ESPN+, Facebook Live, Kansas Athletics’ website and local cable channels in Kansas, including the Kansas City area.
Kansas men's basketball coach Bill Self has been impressed by the play of junior transfer guard Tyon Grant-Foster, freshman guard Latrell Jossell, freshman guard Bryce Thompson, and freshman forward Gethro Muscadin in the Jayhawks' annual preseason Boot Camp.
After missing out on previous class of 2021 potential recruits, Kansas men's basketball missed again when three-star Sam Ayomide committed to Memphis Tuesday.
Ahead of the 2020 NBA Draft, Kansan columnist Bradley Yendro explains why former Kansas men's basketball players Devon Dotson and Udoka Azubuike can surprise people and add much-needed depth to an NBA roster.
The start of Kansas men's basketball's renewed Border Showdown series with Missouri will be postponed to the 2021-22 season because of COVID-19 concerns. The series was originally set to start Dec. 12 at the T-Mobile Center.
Former Kansas men's basketball forward Markieff Morris became the 13th former Jayhawk to win an NBA title Sunday. Morris' Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Miami Heat in Game 6 of the NBA Finals 106-93.
Kansas men's basketball has extended offers to nine prospects from the class of 2023, including No. 11 overall prospect Baye Fall and No. 2 overall prospect Mikey Williams.
Four-star wide receiver recruit Keon Coleman announced on Twitter he is de-committing from Kansas football. The highly touted class of 2021 prospect had also planned on walking on to the men’s basketball team.
Kansas men's basketball hopes to land point guard J.D. Davison as he announces his commitment this Saturday. The Jayhawks look to land Davison after missing out on several top recruits already from the class of 2021.
Student combo ticket sales have been discontinued for the academic year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Kansas Athletics announced in an email to students Tuesday. A limited number of single game football tickets will be available for $10.
Class of 2021 Kansas men's basketball commits Zach Clemence and KJ Adams were extended invites Tuesday to a McDonald’s All-American Game evaluation event hosted by Coach Morgan Wootten’s Basketball Camp.