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KU’s Selden becomes adept at knowing offensive focus

ST. LOUIS – The luxury in being the third or fourth scoring option for Kansas is that Wayne Selden doesn’t always have to assert himself.

NCAA Gameday Live: Follow KU, Wichita State tournament games

The Kansas Jayhawks take on Stanford, while the Wichita State men's team takes on Kentucky for the right to advance to the Sweet 16. Get live updates and observation from Eagle and Kansas City Star journalists in St. Louis during the games. We'll also have updates from the Shocker women's first-round game at Penn State.

Kansas beats Eastern Kentucky 80-69 in NCAA opener

Inside the Scottrade Center, the temperature was rising. The upset watch was turned up to 10. Tensions were rising.

Jayhawk report (March 21)

It took KU’s Andrew Wiggins a little while to get comfortable on Friday. For Eastern Kentucky coach Jeff Neubauer, that was by design.

KU guards stick to plan of attack

The best thing about Kansas’ guards in the second half Friday against Eastern Kentucky was that they were barely noticeable, and that’s hardly a backhanded compliment.

Stanford topples New Mexico 58-53 in St. Louis opener

ST. LOUIS — Happens every NCAA Tournament.

KU’s Tharpe knows he has to lead in tourney

ST. LOUIS — He’d say it all the time. When the shots weren’t falling, when the legs looked heavy, when his little brother needed a reminder.

Eastern Kentucky’s Cosey used to taking the big shot

ST. LOUIS – Glenn Cosey made the only game-winning shot of his life, then ran off his home court.

Eastern Kentucky vs. Kansas: Inside the matchups

Eastern Kentucky’s players said multiple times Thursday that they plan to use defense to make Kansas uncomfortable, but believing that can happen depends on which statistic is being examined.

3 Kansas basketball teams’ fans converge on St. Louis

Just 12 days ago, St. Louis’ Scottrade Center was described, accurately, as “Charles Koch Arena East.”

South Regional notes: Wiggins brothers get to catch up

ST. LOUIS — There was plenty of familiarity in the Scottrade Center locker rooms Thursday. Between the Kansas and Wichita State practices, the Wiggins brothers met in the Shockers’ locker room.

Jayhawks hope youth serves them well

The youngest, most mystifying team in the country will open the NCAA Tournament in St. Louis on Friday, a program led by one-and-done talent and a coach with one shining moment to his name.

Bob Lutz: Ellis playing his way toward stardom

I like Perry Ellis. I like him a lot.

Kansas reaches perfect score in academic study of NCAA Tournament teams

An annual study of the 68 schools in the Division I NCAA men’s basketball tournament shows a slight increase in teams that fall below graduation rate standards.

President Obama passes on Shockers, KU, K-State in NCAA bracket

Consider the president a Shocker doubter, too.

Teammates say KU’s Wiggins a master at capturing the lob

The scar sweeps across the middle of his forehead, cutting a line to the tip of his right eyebrow.

KU knows it has to win while awaiting Embiid

The numbers say so, if you can believe that.

Familiar foes dot Jayhawks’ region

It was early on Sunday morning, and the last two coaches to lead Kansas to an NCAA title were on the phone. The topic of discussion: Brackets, of course.

K-State, Kansas headed to St. Louis for NCAA openers

Kansas State will open the NCAA Tournament in St. Louis against a tradition-rich opponent. A victory will likely lead to a game against an in-state foe.

Kansas waits to see if it’s in St. Louis

LAWRENCE — Late on Friday night, as Kansas packed up its locker room inside the Sprint Center, Andrew Wiggins zipped up a warmup jacket and leaned back in his chair.

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