A bronze sculpture of James Naismith, who wrote the original rules to basketball, now sits outside the nearly-finished DeBruce Center which will house Naismith's handwritten rules of the game. The work was started by Eldon Tefft who died in 2015, and it was finished by his son, Kim Tefft. The DeBruce Center is adjacent to Allen Fieldhouse. kmyers@kcstar.com
A bronze sculpture of James Naismith, who wrote the original rules to basketball, now sits outside the nearly-finished DeBruce Center which will house Naismith's handwritten rules of the game. The work was started by Eldon Tefft who died in 2015, and it was finished by his son, Kim Tefft. The DeBruce Center is adjacent to Allen Fieldhouse. kmyers@kcstar.com
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A look inside KU’s DeBruce Center, which will house James Naismith’s original rules of basketball

April 25, 2016 3:14 PM

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