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June 11, 2014 9:19 PM

KU’s Wayne Selden feeling healthier as he embraces leadership role

Kansas sophomore Wayne Selden battled a knee injury for most of his freshman season. But now he’s back, ready to take the next step in his sophomore season. For more than 30 minutes Wednesday during a scrimmage at Bill Self’s annual summer camp, Selden had sprinted around the gym and basically tried to dunk everything.

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