Even though Kansas State soundly defeated Fort Hays State on Friday night, there were still a few reminders that the team has a ways to go. Leading by 13 at halftime, the Wildcats allowed Fort Hays to go on a 10-2 run to cut the lead
There were plenty of nerves last Friday, but the Kansas State men’s basketball team got through its first exhibition game with a 80-42 win over Emporia State. As the Wildcats look toward a second exhibition on Friday against Fort Hays State at 7 p.m.
Behind a 17-point performance from Wesley Iwundu, the Kansas State men’s basketball team made quick work of Emporia State on Friday, topping the Hornets 80-42 in Bramlage Coliseum. In the first of two exhibition games this season, the Wildcats shot 50 percent from the field
By now, the story of the Kansas State men’s basketball program’s offseason transformation — via transfers and dismissals — has become a broken record. But finally, the Wildcats can turn the page on last season and begin anew this Friday when they host Emporia State
Wesley Iwundu came to the Kansas State men’s basketball program as part of a six-player class. Two years later, Iwundu is the lone player left. But despite all the madness that occurred a season ago, Iwundu has come back with a better mentality than
The Kansas State men’s basketball team hasn’t even started its season yet, and there’s already an off the court distraction. Freshman point guard Kamau Stokes was arrested on Tuesday for failure to appear. He paid a $175 bond and we released. Stokes, 20, is
During the 2013-14 season, Kansas State forward D.J. Johnson showed just how much promise he had in the future. His nine-point performance against Kansas helped the Wildcats score a win over the Jayhawks at home that season, and he played important minutes to spell
Coming off a 15-17 season and with 10 new players on the roster, it wasn’t much of a surprise to Kansas State coach Bruce Weber that his team was picked to finish eighth in the Big 12 Conference. Preseason publications struggle to pick who might lead
Wesley Iwundu doesn’t want to talk about last season. It’s hard to blame him. The Kansas State men’s basketball team was 15-17 last year, spending the whole season dealing with inner turmoil that spilled into the offseason. K-State lost 10 players from last
Kansas State got its first commitment in the 2016 class on Monday when small forward Xavier Sneed picked the Wildcats over a number of other offers. The 6-foot-5, 180-pound swingman from Hazelwood Central (Florissant, Mo.) is ranked No. 92 in the Rivals 150, and he is currently rated
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