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June 26, 2013 11:25 AM

KU’s Self fined, reprimanded by NCAA for damaging table

Kansas coach Bill Self has perhaps learned a harsh lesson after this year’s NCAA Tournament: Don’t break the NCAA’s equipment. The NCAA on Wednesday issued Self a public reprimand and an undisclosed fine for “misconduct” during the NCAA opening rounds at the Sprint Center. Self’s crime: He accidentally damaged an LED scorers table when he struck it during the first half of Kansas’ victory over North Carolina.

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