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K-State Sports - Men's Basketball

  • Men's Basketball | March 08, 2015

    More drama for Wildcats on the road

    AUSTIN, Texas — New game, new drama for Kansas State. Another road game, another loss for the Wildcats. With Saturday’s loss, the Wildcats dropped to 3-17 in true road games over the last two seasons, and 1-10 in this season alone. And it all came

  • Men's Basketball | March 06, 2015

    Williams, Thomas out for Wildcats

    AUSTIN, Texas — Kansas State could lock up the No. 6 seed for the Big 12 tournament and a first round bye with a win today against Texas, but the Wildcats will have to do it without a pair of starters. The school announced late Friday that starting

  • Men's Basketball | March 06, 2015

    Iwundu, Cats head to Texas

    Putting it simply, Wesley Iwundu called it the biggest play he’s ever made. With the Wildcats trailing Iowa State in the regular season home finale on Saturday, Iwundu tipped an inbound pass from the Cyclones and took off for the basket before dunking it

  • Men's Basketball | March 05, 2015

    Could K-State make NCAA tournament?

    Going into last Monday’s game against Kansas, Kansas State playing in the postseason seemed out of the question. But then the Wildcats rattled off back-to-back wins against top-15 foes in Kansas and Iowa State, and K-State started to have its name circulate as a

  • Men's Basketball | March 05, 2015

    Nino Williams takes long road to success at K-State

    Nino Williams should not be smiling. Not while he recalls stories of growing up fatherless in an impoverished St. Louis neighborhood. Not while he explains how he was duped into leaving it for a “fake” Kansas City high school. Not while he discusses the tireless

  • Men's Basketball | March 02, 2015

    3-star PG commits to Wildcats

    Kansas State added another player to its 2015 recruiting class on Sunday, but they don’t have anywhere to put him just yet. Three-star point guard Kamau Stokes orally committed to the Wildcats after sitting behind the Wildcats’ bench during Saturday’s 70-69 win over Iowa

  • Men's Basketball | March 01, 2015

    Iwundu, Cats upset Cyclones

    Kansas State coach Bruce Weber was furious. He couldn’t believe it. With his team trailing 69-68 in the final 30 seconds against No. 12 Iowa State, the Cyclones dove on a loose ball right in front of his bench and called a timeout without even possessing

  • Men's Basketball | March 01, 2015

    Johnson scores 17 to lead Wildcats

    Kansas State head coach Bruce Weber said Nigel Johnson’s mother, Catrice, needs to make it to more games. She was in Bramlage Coliseum on Monday night when Johnson scored 20 points in the upset win over No. 8 Kansas, and she got to Bramlage just moments

  • Men's Basketball | February 27, 2015

    Cats host Cyclones in home finale

    The last time Kansas State played Iowa State, there were some of the first hints that the Wildcats were still dealing with the late-game struggles that haunted them at the end of December. K-State battled toe to toe with the then ninth-ranked Cyclones, but the

  • Men's Basketball | February 26, 2015

    Big 12 office reprimands K-State

    After reviewing the events following Kansas State’s 70-63 win over Kansas on Monday, Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby issued a public reprimand to the school on Wednesday. Bowlsby was upset with both the contact between fans and visiting players and personnel, as well the chant

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