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How a wild ride of recruiting ups and downs shaped the 2019-20 Kansas basketball roster


After missing on six straight basketball recruiting targets, things slowly started to turn in Kansas’ favor. After chose Duke and at the minute picked the Blue Devils, KU announced would be back for his senior season. A month later, KU got positive outcomes from four of its next six recruits and things started to roll. (Lawrence Journal-World)

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