Words. High School Hoop
Kansas freshman guard Ben McLemore has been one of the best players in the entire country so far this season, and last night he added to his resume with a career-high 33 points in a KU overtime win over Iowa State.
Destroying opponents is nothing new to McLemore. Watch these clips of him dunking all over a team while at Oak Hill: MORE >
Bill Self and the Kansas Jayhawks have received a commitment from Virginia Class of 2013 recruit Frank Mason (Massanutten Military Academy, Woodstock, Va.).
The news is making a few waves in Lawrence because the 5-11 PG is consistently compared to KU great Sherron Collins. MORE >
Words. Bryan Horowitz
Shabazz Muhammad certainly knows how to leave a lasting impression.
With about 30 seconds left in Bishop Gorman’s 73-65 victory over No. 5 Dematha at the Hoophall Classic on Monday, the No. 1 player in the Class of 2012 punctuated a 37-point performance with a sensational windmill dunk, later named No. 3 on SportsCenter’s Top 10 plays. Even Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski, sitting two seats down from Kentucky counterpart John Calipari on the baseline, raised an eyebrow. MORE >
Words. Patrick Cassidy
The Kansas Jayhawks got themselves a nice Christmas present yesterday when they landed a commitment from prized 6-7 small forward Brannen Greene (Mary Persons High, Forsyth, Ga.). Greene is a Top 30-40 prospect in the Class of 2013, and is averaging 24 points and 4 boards a game this season (up from 17 ppg last year).
His most impressive stat though? MORE >
Words. Aron Phillips
We’ve been following Perry Ellis for a while now. In fact, on the cover of Dime #49, we introduced him as the No. 1 pick in the 2013 NBA Draft. While that’s yet to be seen, the 6-8 senior from Wichita Heights High School (Wichita, Kan.) did sign his letter of intent to play at Kansas this morning. And we’ve found out that he’ll be wearing No. 34, Paul Pierce‘s old number, when he does. MORE >