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31-5, 1st in Big 12

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Five-star point guard Darius Garland mentioned Indiana, Duke, Kansas, Notre Dame, and Vanderbilt as schools heaviest in pursuit.

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Sean Miller, Kentucky, USC, Kansas and UCLA all watching No. 1 prospect Marvin Bagley III.

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No. 1 sophomore (for now) R.J. Barrett playing his first event of the spring. Sean Miller, Shaka Smart, John Beilein, Duke, Kansas here.

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Kansas officially announces the addition of California transfer Charlie Moore, along with Dedric and K.J. Lawson.

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Ex-Cal guard Moore to transfer to Kansas

California freshman guard Charlie Moore is transferring to Kansas to be closer to his home in Chicago and his ailing father.

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Kansas' Big 3: No guns at large sports events

The three largest universities in Kansas -- the University of Kansas, Kansas State University and Wichita State University -- will ban guns at large sporting events beginning in July.

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Kansas has an in-home visit today with five-star junior Moses Brown. Kentucky's John Calipari stopped by a couple days ago.

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K.J. Lawson sorry for profane Tubby comment

K.J. Lawson, who announced this week that he's transferring to Kansas, apologized Thursday after directing a profane comment at Tubby Smith, his former coach at Memphis.

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John Calipari and Kentucky lead the nation when it comes to luring ESPN Top 100 recruits during the past half-decade. Coach K and Duke are not far behind in the competition.

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Trevon Duval: "I'm working toward making a decision. It's getting easier. Everybody has a chance." Duke, Kansas, Arizona, Baylor, Seton Hall.

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Tremont Waters mentioned Creighton, Kansas, and UConn have reached out. Also still considering Georgetown, recently met with Patrick Ewing.

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Shortly after the Lawsons left Memphis, most of the buzz centered around Kansas -- but to happen this quickly is a surprise. Huge for Jayhawks.

Mason wins Wooden Award (2:26)

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Kansas' Frank Mason III becomes the fourth straight senior to win the John R. Wooden Men's Player of the Year award. Seniors haven't captured the Wooden Award in four consecutive seasons since it happened seven straight times from 1987-93. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

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Jayhawks guard Mason claims Wooden Award

Jayhawks senior guard Frank Mason III was named the winner of this year's John R. Wooden Award as the nation's most outstanding men's college basketball player.

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Kansas' Frank Mason III receives the Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year Award. Mason averaged a Big 12-best 20.9 PPG while dishing out 5.2 APG. His 23 20-point games this season were the most by a major-conference player. (Photo by J Pat Carter/Getty Images)


Ball and Mason III on Wooden Award

Wooden Award nominees Lonzo Ball of UCLA and Frank Mason III of Kansas join Mason & Ireland to talk about their season performance, upcoming NBA draft and the Wooden Award.

Mason III wants Wendy's for the rest of his life (2:10)

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Of all the talented players who have come through Kansas, only one has had a more prolific scoring season than Frank Mason III in the last 30 seasons. His 20.9 points per game was the highest average by a Jayhawk in 12 years.

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Vote: Who deserves to win the Wooden Award?

College basketball had a long list of outstanding players this season, but who should take home the Wooden Award? Weigh in and make your voice heard.

Team Stats

Points Per Game83.214th
Rebounds Per Game38.7Tied-38th
Assists Per Game16.223rd
Points Allowed71.9171st

Tournament History

Final Fours14
Tournament Record100-44
Championship Seasons1952, 1988, 2008
Tournament Appearances45