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K-State Sports - Men's Basketball

  • Men's Basketball | November 17, 2014

    Weber likes his two PGs

    From the moment last season ended, the question immediately started floating around the Kansas State men’s basketball team. Would this year’s point guard be Nigel Johnson or Jevon Thomas? After the Wildcats opened the season with a 98-68 win over Southern Utah on

  • Men's Basketball | November 16, 2014

    Wildcats roll in opener

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    When Southern Utah pulled within eight points of Kansas State at halftime on Friday, Bruce Weber was reliving memories of last year’s season-opening loss to Northern Colorado. But the Wildcats used a 22-2 run in the second half to put those worries to rest,

  • Men's Basketball | November 13, 2014

    Harris gives Cats versatility off bench

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    When Tre Harris signed to play basketball at Kansas State, Wildcats’ coach Bruce Weber compared him to Will Spradling. That’s because Harris was a known commodity as a shooter at Fishburne Military Academy in Virginia, developing the same kind of dead-eye reputation that Spradling

  • Men's Basketball | November 12, 2014

    K-State men sign three in early period

    The Kansas State men’s basketball team picked up three signees for the 2015 class on Wednesday, the first day of the early national signing period. The class includes Florida guard Barry Brown, Kansas forward Dean Wade and Texas center Dante Williams. Wade is a 6-foot-8

  • Men's Basketball | November 10, 2014

    Shorthanded Cats win exhibition

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    For a Kansas State team that was down a few players, everything seemed to go according to script in the opening minutes of the Wildcats exhibition with Washburn in Bramlage Coliseum. But after the Wildcats jumped out to a 12-1 lead, the Ichabods climbed right

  • Men's Basketball | November 09, 2014

    Banged up K-State to take on Washburn

    When the Kansas State men’s basketball team takes on Washburn today, it’s hard to say how many players coach Bruce Weber will have available to play in the exhibition. With injuries taking players out of the mix, the Wildcats have had some memories

  • Men's Basketball | November 03, 2014

    Athletic Edwards awaits K-State debut

    Justin Edwards started thinking about leaving Maine after his freshman year. Coming out of a small high school in Whitby, Ontario, Canada, Edwards felt he was overlooked by some schools, and not taken as a serious Division-I talent. So after two years at Maine, he

  • Men's Basketball | October 23, 2014

    K-State men enjoying added post depth

    One quick look at the Kansas State men’s basketball team last season made one thing obvious. They were short. The Wildcats boasted two bigs last year in Thomas Gipson and DJ Johnson, and Gipson started at center at 6-foot-7. At Kansas State’s media

  • Men's Basketball | October 21, 2014

    Big 12 saw Foster’s talent early

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    Before Marcus Foster ever committed to play at Kansas State, he was a known commodity among Big 12 coaches. For some, it wasn’t a good fit. For others, Foster’s AAU teammates were the focus. For K-State coach Bruce Weber, he was a must-get to

  • Men's Basketball | October 15, 2014

    Transfers give K-State depth

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — When Bruce Weber heard Justin Edwards was looking to transfer from Maine, they had to give him a look. Kansas State already had an incoming freshman class that included promising prospect Marcus Foster when Weber took a plane to a place in


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