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K-State Sports - Men's Basketball

  • Men's Basketball | February 01, 2015

    Gipson shines in final visit to the Phog

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    LAWRENCE — Thomas Gipson is no stranger to James Naismith Court. The Kansas State senior has seen minutes on it since he was a freshman, and like his team, has had little to show for it. Gipson had zero points in 13 minutes his first year, zero

  • Men's Basketball | January 30, 2015

    Wildcats brace for Jayhawks

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    The last time Kansas State traveled to Lawrence, the game spiraled out of control in the first half, with rival Kansas leading 45-28 by halftime. K-State’s young group was frazzled and Marcus Foster was held to seven points as the Jayhawks cruised to the

  • Men's Basketball | January 28, 2015

    WVU defense stifles Cats

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    Marcus Foster wasn’t sharp, Nino Williams got hurt early, Kansas State couldn’t make free throws and West Virginia’s defensive pressure was relentless. The 17th-ranked Mountaineers played 40 minutes of full-court pressure defense and forced the Wildcats into 25 turnovers on the way to a 65

  • Men's Basketball | January 28, 2015

    Harris plays big minutes in Nino’s absence

    Kansas State freshman Malek Harris said earlier this season he’d always been aware of Nino Williams’ on-again, off-again knee problems. But going into Tuesday night’s game against No. 17 West Virginia, Williams had been on fire — scoring a combined 60 points in the last three

  • Men's Basketball | January 26, 2015

    Cats learn to lean on Williams

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    Back in November, Kansas State needed every bit of Nino Williams’ 14-point, 12-rebound performance to hang on and beat Bradley. It was the third game of a stretch of six straight that saw Williams score in double figures — the longest of his career — as he

  • Men's Basketball | January 25, 2015

    Cats have no problem with Pokes

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    It’s been a long time since the Kansas State basketball team didn’t have to grind out to the finish of a game. But on Saturday, the Wildcats’ fortunes finally changed. With a strong defensive performance and three players in double figures, K-State beat

  • Men's Basketball | January 25, 2015

    K-State dedicates Tex Winter Drive

    After the applause died down and Tex Winter turned around to see the limestone marker emblazoned with his name, there was a smile and a sound of surprise that escaped the former Kansas State coach. On Saturday, K-State held a short ceremony to dedicate the

  • Men's Basketball | January 24, 2015

    Edwards gives Cats boost off bench

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    Junior guard Justin Edwards said Saturday he’s learned to simply relax and let the game come to him. The transfer from Maine, who sat out last season, has probably been knocking some rust off, too. Edwards was zen in the second half Saturday afternoon

  • Football |Men's Basketball | January 23, 2015

    Cats looking for more vs. Cowboys

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    By now, January 3 probably feels like a long time ago. That was the day Kansas State opened the Big 12 schedule with a crushing, 61-47 loss at Oklahoma State, the Wildcats’ third straight defeat. Marcus Foster hardly played that day, and when he did, he gave

  • Men's Basketball | January 22, 2015

    K-State to honor Winter on Saturday

    Kansas State will celebrate the accomplishments of legendary coach Fred “Tex” Winter on Saturday with the dedication of the drive leading to the Wildcats’ Basketball Training Facility in his name. Winter will join another K-State coaching legend, Jack Hartman, with having a drive at the


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