The Daily Mauling: 12.1.2019

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Jalen Rose: Josh Jackson ‘most valuable’ rookie in draft and worthy of No. 1 pick | Smithology | KUsports.com
Rose, a Detroit native like Jackson, brought up the most promising Kansas basketball talent in the draft during a broadcast of the show he co-hosts, “Jalen & Jacoby.” And Rose did so while discussing whether Boston, owner of the No. 1 overall pick, will draft Fultz, the versatile guard who spent his one-and-done season at Washington, or trade the pick in a move to land an established all-star.

Will forward Billy Preston be KU’s next great freshman? | KUsports.com
With the arrival of June, all eyes in the Kansas basketball world begin to shift to the incoming crop of new Jayhawks, many of whom will land in Lawrence this weekend, in time for Bill Self’s youth camps, summer workouts and whatever other welcome-to-college-basketball adjustments the powers that be at KU choose to throw at them.

Jayhawks hope to deliver program’s most wins since 2009 | KUsports.com
“Unfortunately, we won’t be making it to a bowl game, but we also still have the chance to do something that hasn’t been done here in 10 years or so,” Stanley said. “That’s huge for us, just to have this 2019 team make their mark and be remembered for something.”

Game Day Breakdown – KU football vs. No. 11 Baylor | KUsports.com
The peaks and valleys of head coach Les Miles’ first season with KU football have coincided with the triumphs and failures of the offense.

KU women’s basketball defeats Wright State in opening round | KUsports.com
Behind freshman guard Zakiyah Franklin’s career-high 19 points, Kansas came back to defeat Wright State, 74-63, in the opening game of the FAU Thanksgiving Tournament in FAU Arena on Friday.

Former Kansas star Frank Mason visits children’s hospital
And now that he’s in the NBA, he’s continued to build a reputation as a fan favorite by going out of his way to spend time with fans. He did just that earlier this week when he was one of several Bucks players to visit Children’s Wisconsin.

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