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Josh Jackson pleads not guilty to misdemeanor property damage, to seek diversion

Kansas Jayhawks freshman basketball player Josh Jackson, who’s likely headed to the NBA Draft this spring, pleaded not guilty to one misdemeanor count of criminal property damage Wednesday in Douglas County District Court. Jackson appeared with attorney Hatem Chahine, who said he was planning to file for diversion. Jackson was charged Feb. 24 after prosecutors alleged he kicked the driver’s door and rear taillight of a car driven by a KU women’s basketball player.

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Frank Mason on Devonté Graham: 'His time is coming next year'

Kansas guard Frank Mason talks about expectations for teammate Devonté Graham following the team's postseason banquet on Tuesday in Lawrence.
Jesse Newell The Kansas City Star
Frank Mason on Devonté Graham: 'His time is coming next year' 0:58

Frank Mason on Devonté Graham: 'His time is coming next year'

Bill Self on upcoming decisions for Josh Jackson, Svi Mykhailiuk 1:06

Bill Self on upcoming decisions for Josh Jackson, Svi Mykhailiuk

Bill Self: I'll be disappointed if Malik Newman is not All-Big 12 player 0:43

Bill Self: I'll be disappointed if Malik Newman is not All-Big 12 player

Frank Mason is doing something no other KU player has 1:57

Frank Mason is doing something no other KU player has