Kansas guard Wayne Selden (1), shown in an exhibition game against Canada on June 26 at the Sprint Center, sank the game-winning free throw as the Jayhawks, representing the United States in the World University Games, beat Serbia 66-65 early Wednesday in in Gwangju, South Korea.
Kansas guard Wayne Selden (1), shown in an exhibition game against Canada on June 26 at the Sprint Center, sank the game-winning free throw as the Jayhawks, representing the United States in the World University Games, beat Serbia 66-65 early Wednesday in in Gwangju, South Korea. File photo by SHANE KEYSER skeyser@kcstar.com
Kansas guard Wayne Selden (1), shown in an exhibition game against Canada on June 26 at the Sprint Center, sank the game-winning free throw as the Jayhawks, representing the United States in the World University Games, beat Serbia 66-65 early Wednesday in in Gwangju, South Korea. File photo by SHANE KEYSER skeyser@kcstar.com

Kansas, representing the U.S. in the World University Games, hangs on for 66-65 win over Serbia

July 08, 2015 12:37 AM

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