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K-State Sports - Men's Basketball

  • Men's Basketball | April 01, 2016

    Ex-Wildcats reunite for tournament

    B8.1.17.10.ksubk.mercury

    Fans often have discussions about their perfect Kansas State basketball dream team.  And what if it actually happened? What if those days of Jacob Pullen and Denis Clemente raining 3-pointers weren’t finished? A handful of former K-State basketball players are set to make

  • Men's Basketball | March 31, 2016

    Student managers staging their own version of Final Four

    KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Kansas and Michigan State are participating in the Final Four after all, albeit on a much smaller scale than expected. While the Jayhawks and Spartans didn’t make it to Houston after getting eliminated from the NCAA tournament, student managers of those programs

  • Columns |Men's Basketball | March 23, 2016

    Weber stays put, but for how long?

    Josh mug color

    Monday night’s news that Brad Underwood was hired as Oklahoma State’s new coach sent Kansas State fans into a frenzy on social media. The idea that K-State athletic director John Currie would have a sudden change of heart and axe men’s basketball

  • Men's Basketball | March 22, 2016

    Boozer named to college basketball HoF

    Two-time All-America basketball player Bob Boozer was among eight individuals announced Tuesday to the 11th class of the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame. Boozer, the only two-time consensus All-American in Kansas State history, is joined in the 2016 Hall of Fame induction class by fellow

  • Men's Basketball | March 14, 2016

    Wildcats miss NIT, decline postseason opportunities

    Bruce.mercury

    Kansas State’s season has come to an end. After the Wildcats lost to Kansas in the quarterfinals of the Big 12 Championship, it was unclear what the next step would be for K-State. K-State coach Bruce Weber said he believed his team was deserving of

  • Men's Basketball | March 12, 2016

    Wildcats slip in latest NIT projections

    With less than 24 hours before the NIT selection show, Kansas State’s chances of making the field have decreased in the minds of bracketologists. The NIT will announce its field of 32 teams tonight at 7:30 on ESPNU. According to dratings.com, the Wildcats (17-16) will be

  • Men's Basketball | March 11, 2016

    Cats lose to KU, hope to land NIT bid

    Bruce.mercury

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas State was unable to keep up with No. 1 Kansas on Thursday in the quarterfinals of the Big 12 Championship. The Jayhawks came out firing on all cylinders and didn’t let up in an 85-63 win at the Sprint Center. But the

  • Men's Basketball | March 11, 2016

    Edwards the lone bright spot for K-State

    Justin.mercury

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Justin Edwards transferred to Kansas State billed as a player who could light up the scoreboard and provide the Wildcats with consistent scoring and solid defense night in and night out. After an up-and-down junior season that continued into the first few

  • Men's Basketball | March 10, 2016

    Wade, Cats beat Pokes to advance

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The big stage didn’t scare Dean Wade Wednesday night. The Kansas State freshman could have been nervous about his first-ever Big 12 Championship tournament game on the big stage at the Sprint Center. Instead, Wade came out excited and aggressive and it

  • Columns |Men's Basketball | March 10, 2016

    Guggisberg: Young Cats still learning to avoid complacency

    Grant-cutout.phatch

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — As I often do at halftime of any game I’m covering, I sat in my chair along press row at the Sprint Center in Kansas City pondering what sort of angle I might take in the story I would soon be

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