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K-State Sports - Men's Basketball

  • Men's Basketball | July 14, 2015

    Spradling, family asking for help

    Former Kansas State guard Will Spradling, his wife Meagan and their families have set up a donation page for anyone wishing to offer financial help for their unborn daughter. The Spradling’s have learned their daughter, Triss, is suffering from Congenital Cystic Adenomatoid Malformation. Doctors

  • Men's Basketball | July 08, 2015

    McAtee one of three walk-ons for Wildcats

    Kansas State head coach Bruce Weber announced Tuesday that former Manhattan High standout Pierson McAtee, Austin Budke (Beloit/Hutchinson CC) and Zach Winter (Andover Central/Hutchinson CC) have joined the men’s basketball team as walk-ons. A 6-foot-6, 200-pound freshman forward from Manhattan, McAtee was

  • Men's Basketball | July 07, 2015

    McGruder playing for Heat in summer

    Former Kansas State guard Rodney McGruder is working to earn a job in the NBA this summer. McGruder is currently playing for the Miami Heat in the NBA’s Summer League in Orlando, Fla., from July 4-10. In three games, McGruder has started once and

  • Men's Basketball | July 07, 2015

    K-State ranks 26th in attendance

    Crowd baylor.mercury

    Kansas State has ranked among the Top 35 in men’s basketball attendance for the eighth time in the last nine years, as the NCAA released its attendance figures for the 2014-15 season. The Wildcats attracted an average of 12,549 fans per game to 17 home games this

  • Men's Basketball | July 03, 2015

    Weber announces the signing of Freeman

    Kansas State men’s basketball head coach Bruce Weber announced the signing of prep school shooting guard Ron Freeman (Inglewood, Calif./Junipero Serra/Future College Prep School) on Thursday. “We are excited to add Ron to our team and complete our recruiting class,” Weber said. “

  • Men's Basketball | June 28, 2015

    The obtuse triangle: Winter developed offense at K-State


    The sacred text arrived at dusk on a Thursday in November. I opened the package and found a 216-page, red hardbound book with worn buckram corners that brought to mind something used to teach high school geometry 50 years ago. The previous owner had inscribed his

  • Men's Basketball | June 24, 2015

    Coaches split on shot clock rule

    Kansas State coach Bruce Weber made his feelings about the new 30-second shot clock known during a summer meeting with media last week. And while the Wildcats’ head coach isn’t a big fan of it, his Big 12 counterparts have opinions that vary from positive

  • Men's Basketball | June 23, 2015

    Weber: Cats will be better

    To hear Kansas State coach Bruce Weber talk about it, one might think last year’s Wildcats were just a group of guys throwing around a basketball two nights a week. Maybe that’s not too far off though. Last year’s team seemingly played

  • Men's Basketball | June 14, 2015

    Wildcats welcome new additions

    Wade media.mercury

    After a tumultuous season, the Kansas State men’s basketball team turned its roster upside down and shook out the loose ends. K-State coach Bruce Weber dismissed three players and watched another two transfer away, while two seniors graduating took out all of his double-digit

  • Men's Basketball | June 12, 2015

    Weber mixed on new rule changes

    There were countless times this past season when the Kansas State men’s basketball team needed every bit of the 35 seconds on the shot clock just to runs its offense. The Wildcats won’t have that luxury this year. In an effort to address issues

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