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  • KU coach Bill Self on NBA Draft: 'There's so much false hope'

    Kansas basketball coach Bill Self had three of four players go undrafted in this year's NBA Draft. He discussed how the rules could be changed to keep players eligible.

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self had three of four players go undrafted in this year's NBA Draft. He discussed how the rules could be changed to keep players eligible. cfickett@kcstar.com
Kansas basketball coach Bill Self had three of four players go undrafted in this year's NBA Draft. He discussed how the rules could be changed to keep players eligible. cfickett@kcstar.com

A simple plan for the NBA Draft that benefits players, colleges and the pros

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