Mitchell Robinson is visiting the KU campus, and would give Bill Self’s men’s basketball program a 7-foot infusion of muscle if he winds up playing in Lawrence.
Mitchell Robinson is visiting the KU campus, and would give Bill Self’s men’s basketball program a 7-foot infusion of muscle if he winds up playing in Lawrence. Austin Anthony AP
Mitchell Robinson is visiting the KU campus, and would give Bill Self’s men’s basketball program a 7-foot infusion of muscle if he winds up playing in Lawrence. Austin Anthony AP

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