One week ago, Kansas began practices in advance of the World University Games, where the Jayhawks will represent the United States in Gwangju, South Korea, beginning July 3.
On Monday, Bill Self discussed the Jayhawks’ progress, the impact of a 24-second shot clock during the tournament, and the addition of SMU guard Nic Moore, who will play with KU in South Korea.
The Jayhawks will keep practicing for the next week before facing Team Canada in two exhibition games at the Sprint Center on June 23 and June 26. The Canadian team is slated to arrive in Lawrence later this week to workout in advance of the exhibitions.
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