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Kansas Jayhawks Basketball News: Regular Season and Preseason Updates
Kansas Jayhawks Basketball Tickets - Overview
The Jayhawks of the University of Kansas play in the competitive Big 12 Conference which features some of the top men's college basketball teams in today's game. The Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball program is one of the most prestigious in the college game. Kansas has the longest current streak of consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances at 22, the second longest current streak of winning seasons at 28, the most winning seasons in Division I history at 92, the most conference championships in Division I history at 54, and the second most wins all time with 2,038, which is behind only Kentucky. Kansas has also had four head coaches inducted into the Naismith Hall of Fame, more than any other program in the nation. These coaches are James Naismith, the inventor of the game of basketball, Roy Williams, Larry Brown and Larry McLendon. Kansas Jayhawks Basketball Tickets give fans the opportunity to see action against the likes of Kansas State, Texas, Iowa State, Missouri, Oklahoma State and other major conference and non-conference foes. Take in the action at the Allen Fieldhouse on the campus of the University of Kansas in Lawrence and see the Bill Self led Jayhawks compete on the hardwood for a chance to reach the Big Dance, a feat the men's basketball team has done forty times in school history, with thirteen Final Four appearances. Grab your Kansas Jayhawks Basketball Tickets today and don't miss the action!
Kansas Jayhawks Basketball Tickets - Men's Basketball Alumni
Alumni from the men's basketball program of the University of Kansas include NBA Hall of Famers Wilt Chamberlain and Clyde Lovellette, former NBA players Danny Manning, JoJo White, Raef LaFrentz and Greg Ostertag, and current NBA players Mario Chalmers of the Miami Heat, Drew Gooden of the Milwaukee Bucks, Kirk Hinrich of the Atlanta Hawks, Paul Pierce of the Boston Celtics, and Nick Collison of the Oklahoma City Thunder.