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    • Bill Self: Marcus Garrett should make KU basketbal... (1 Posts)
    • Bill Self: Marcus Garrett should make KU basketball 'his team' "In terms of improvement, Garrett identified two players — Christian Braun and Ochai Agbaji — as showing more confidence in their shooting and overall game. There’s still a ways to go before KU opens up regular season play, but...
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    • Pooka leaving the team... (1 Posts)
    • PTM✨ @PookaWilliamsJr Family over everything 💜.. I’m going to miss all my guys & coaches, it’s forever Rock Chalk🤞🏾 19 Oct 2020 16:03 572 Retweets 3572 favorites Reply Retweet Favorite :( :( :( :( :( :( :( Two most likely possibilities: NFL or a team that has an explosive offense that will showcase his talent. Thanks for everything Pooka, best of luck in the future!
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    • More drama for KU hoops - Silvio transferring (8 Posts)
    • While I do agree with your assessment I think that through out the year there are games where you need to go deeper into your bench than you planned. Either due to foul trouble or injury or whatever. Also his strength IMO was always rebounding and several of the top teams in the Big XII are strong...
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