KU 's Self without switching Lagerald Vick on Jayhawks

Bill Coach Bill Bill did not go out of senior Lagerald Vick returning to Jayhawk basketball team.

The 6-foot-5 shooting guard is a hometown in Memphis without a shortage since February 7. Vick has three games – all victories – allowing him to think he will not get into the squad.

The reason for a lack of family issues is, according to his mother.

"Whenever he gets handled we will welcome him back," Sam Mellinger of The Star himself himself on Tuesday.

Vick has a game 14.1 points and 4.0 rebounds on a game. He made a comment on a team guide in 145 attempts with a 45.5 percent clip.

On February 7, he said: "Lagerald has personal affairs who want them immediately and will allow us to leave absenteeism from our staff. During this time, we will assess Lagerald's privacy. There is no timetable to put it on back. "

La Vick, mother of Vick, The Star on February 7 said Vick was returning to Memphis to help family issues.

Garrett Practice

Liberator Marcus Garrett, the gambling sambóim, Kansas, who lost the final five games due to a high sprain on the left ankle, was practiced Monday and Tuesday, himself said on his speech show Tuesday Hawk

Garrett, 6-5, 195 pounds from Dallas, was injured on the day-to-day practice of KU 79-63 victory over Texas Tech on February 2 at Allen Fieldhouse. There are KU 4-1 in games without Garrett. He has 7.2 points and 3.6 rebounds in 20 games.

"Yesterday it was very limited, half court, half-speed deal," said Hawk Talk. "Today it is probably closer to three months and played up and down. He did not trust (ankle) at all yet. He did not do anything in three weeks.

"I thought he looked good today," He himself. "We hope that at least a game of rhythm will come on Saturday (7 pm at Texas Tech). It will not be 100 per cent in any way. It may not be (100 percent) the rest of the season. You do not know how long the past things are. West Virginia, Beetle (Bolden) player is still out (with sprain). Mark rehabbed well thinking about what he had, " Self notice the sprain surface.

Most of the representatives today (Tuesday) and half (of the representatives) yesterday said yesterday. We hope that there will be 85 higher than 90 per cent on Thursday, Friday. "

He said he feeds a limited moment for Garrett in the near future.

"I do not know if Marcus will be good enough to play a great role," said Self. "I hope it is. As of now, I want to be quite limited. As far as it is going on, it's a case that it will only help us. For the fact we have to be playing Devon (Dotson) 45, 40 or 38 minutes … Marcus could play in the game we can play a five or seven minute game. Dedric (Lawson) may even be a bit find out, let one person adjust it to give his rest. It gives us the best chance to win when you have the best Defendants of the Defendants (Garrett) against the most aggressive player and player best for the other team. Marcus does that for us. "

Williams at 2 Chainz

North Carolina coach Roy Williams was introduced to the 2 Chainz rapper at the last game in North Carolina-Duke in Durham, N.C. Former co-chair KU met Tuesday's meeting on the David Glenn radio show:

"I really had celebrities watching games at the Duke. I had 2 Chainz last year. I had no idea who it was. He reached his hand down, I shook my hand and said, Chainz. I lost a great opportunity to respond, & # 39; 3 Ringz, & # 39; & # 39; & # 39; & # 39; & # 39; & c; former coach KU Williams cracked. He won three national titles at UNC.

2 Chainz, coming from Atlanta, made at 2018 Late Night in the Phog.

Hurt update

Matthew Hurt, 6-9, 200 pounds from John Marshall High in Rochester, Minn., Who made an official recruitment visit to KU for the Texas Tech game on February 2, met with coach Mike Krzyzewski of Duke last week, Rivals.com Reports.

"Matthew Hurt is not really new," Corey Evans of Rivals.com writes. "Yes, K Committee for the five stars was overlooked last week, but recruitment has always been a priority for everyone involved because he was not happy to show his hand in the way he had been able to" 39; it could be following.

"He has already made four official visits this winter to the Duke, Kansas, Kentucky and UNC. The Devils Blue has a lot to sell to the backdrop that William Williamson will leave, , I could expect any high-level prospects, but Kansas is still my personal pick because of the native of Minnesota. He did not visit any other plan and it has not been scheduled to be scheduled because it could be waiting until the college season will appear after the college season, "said Evans.

KU's women's team is offering scholarship for Hurt's sister, Katie Hurt, a new man at John Marshall High, according to the Post Bulletin de Rochester.

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