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Here’s your full television schedule for Kansas’ trip to the World University Games

University of Kansas forward Jamari Traylor (31) dunked the ball during the University of Kansas and Team Canada basketball game at Sprint Center on Friday, June 26, 2015, in Kansas City, Missouri. The Jayhawks beat Canada 87-76.
University of Kansas forward Jamari Traylor (31) dunked the ball during the University of Kansas and Team Canada basketball game at Sprint Center on Friday, June 26, 2015, in Kansas City, Missouri. The Jayhawks beat Canada 87-76. skeyser@kcstar.com

Set your DVRs accordingly.

As The Star previously reported, Kansas’ games at the World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea, will be aired live on either ESPNU or ESPN3.

Four of the Jayhawks’ five Pool play games will be shown live on ESPNU, KU announced Monday in a release, and ESPNU is also slated to broadcast medal-round games, should KU advance that far.

The Jayhawks, who arrived in South Korea on Monday, are representing the United States at the international basketball tournament, which begins later this week. The Jayhawks will open the tournament against Turkey at 10 p.m. Friday on ESPNU

Here is the full television schedule (all times CT):

▪ Friday, July 3: USA vs. Turkey (10 p.m.; ESPNU)

▪ Sunday, July 5: USA vs. Brazil (6:30 a.m.; ESPNU)

▪ Tuesday, July 7: USA vs. Serbia (10 p.m.; ESPNU)

▪ Wednesday, July 8: USA vs. Switzerland (8 p.m.; ESPNU

▪ Saturday, July 11: Quarterfinal (12:30 a.m.; ESPNU)

▪ Sunday, July 12: Semifinal 1 (1 a.m.; ESPNU); Semifinal 2 (4 a.m.; ESPNU)

▪ Monday, July 13: Gold Medal Game (6:30 a.m.; ESPNU)

Team USA will also play Chile at 12:30 a.m. on July 7, but at the moment, the game is not slated to be televised on ESPNU or ESPN3.

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