Despite his lack of access to pertinent video and scouting information, Kansas head coach Bill Self has been pondering international competition and how best to attack it since Team USA took on Canada at the Sprint Center in exhibition games back in late June. He’s figured out the puzzles on the fly thus far, as the U.S. squad is 5-0 heading into the quarterfinals.
Despite his lack of access to pertinent video and scouting information, Kansas head coach Bill Self has been pondering international competition and how best to attack it since Team USA took on Canada at the Sprint Center in exhibition games back in late June. He’s figured out the puzzles on the fly thus far, as the U.S. squad is 5-0 heading into the quarterfinals. SHANE KEYSER skeyser@kcstar.com
Despite his lack of access to pertinent video and scouting information, Kansas head coach Bill Self has been pondering international competition and how best to attack it since Team USA took on Canada at the Sprint Center in exhibition games back in late June. He’s figured out the puzzles on the fly thus far, as the U.S. squad is 5-0 heading into the quarterfinals. SHANE KEYSER skeyser@kcstar.com

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