Tickets to Sunday’s KU-MU men’s basketball game sold out Tuesday afternoon

Tickets to Sunday’s hurricane-relief exhibition game between the Kansas and Missouri men’s basketball teams sold out nearly as quickly as they went online today. A representative from the KU ticket office said each school’s allotment for the 3 p.m. Sunday game at the Sprint Center in Kansas City was about 9,000 tickets, for a total of about 18,000. There will be no public sale Wednesday.

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