Team Canada forward Mamadou Gueye (left) tried to slow down KU guard Wayne Selden Jr. as Selden took off after stealing the ball on June 26 at Sprint Center. The Jayhawks beat Canada 87-76.
Team Canada forward Mamadou Gueye (left) tried to slow down KU guard Wayne Selden Jr. as Selden took off after stealing the ball on June 26 at Sprint Center. The Jayhawks beat Canada 87-76. SHANE KEYSER skeyser@kcstar.com
Team Canada forward Mamadou Gueye (left) tried to slow down KU guard Wayne Selden Jr. as Selden took off after stealing the ball on June 26 at Sprint Center. The Jayhawks beat Canada 87-76. SHANE KEYSER skeyser@kcstar.com
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The five biggest takeaways from Kansas’ victory at the World University Games

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