The Kansas basketball team has already lost four, possibly five players to either the transfer portal or to the 2019 NBA Draft but maybe they can find a replacement or two.
It has been a tough year for the Kansas basketball team. Not only did they fail to continue their streak of conferences championships, but they lost to Iowa State in the Big 12 Tournament championship and got bounced in the first week of the NCAA Tournament.
Three players have already declared for the 2019 NBA Draft Dedric Lawson, Quentin Grimes https://www.kansasjayhawksshop.com/frank-mason-iii-jersey-c-1.html, Devon Dotson and two others K.J. Lawson and Charlie Moore have entered the transfer portal. Two other players Udoka Azubuike and Silvio De Sousa may yet decide to test the waters as professionals. That doesn’t leave much in the cupboards.
Two four star players have already inked with Kansas – small forward Christian Braun and complete guard Issac McBride. We will see if any of the remaining top recruits still left on the board pick the Kansas Jayhawks.
While Bill Self and his coaching staff surely have a contingency plan in place in case they are spurned by the top tier of recruits https://www.kansasjayhawksshop.com/sam-cunliffe-jersey-c-3.html, the Kansas Jayhawks men’s basketball team could add a graduate transfer or two, to help fill holes immediately with experience until they get back on track with their recruiting.
They will need help along the front line, especially if Azubuike or De Sousa declare. The latter is facing an appeal of his two year suspension Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk Jersey, but that probably won’t be resolved anytime soon.
Dotson might still yet return, but even if he does, the Jayhawks will need help in the backcourt. KU needs help everywhere.
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