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Kansas Jayhawks Basketball Season Preview 2022-2023 | The College Basketball Experience (Ep. 188)

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The College Basketball Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the upcoming basketball season for the Kansas Jayhawks. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) and Ryan McIntyre (@Moneyline_Mac) break down the Kansas roster and highlight what they did in recruiting and the transfer portal this offseason. How do the Jayhawks respond after winning it all last year?

The College Basketball Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the upcoming basketball season for the Kansas Jayhawks. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) and Ryan McIntyre (@Moneyline_Mac) break down the Kansas roster and highlight what they did in recruiting and the transfer portal this offseason. How do the Jayhawks respond after winning it all last year?

OUTGOING

6’5 G Ochai Agbaji (Cleveland Cavaliers – 19 pts, 5 reb, 41% 3pt)
6’7 F Christian Braun (Denver Nuggets – 14 pts, 7 reb, 39% 3pt)
6’10 F David McCormack (Graduated – 11 pts, 7 reb)
6’0 G Remy Martin (Graduated – 9 pts, 3 ast, 38% 3pt%)
6’8 F Mitch Lightfoot (Graduated – 5 pts, 3 reb)
6’4 G Jalen Coleman-Lands (Graduated – 4 pts, 45% 3pt)
INCOMING

6’6 G Kevin McCullar (Transfer from Texas Tech – 10 pts, 5 reb, 2 stl)
6’7 F Gradey Dick (Ranked #20 from Wichita, KS)
6’5 F MJ Rice (Ranked #30 from Durham, NC)
6’10 C Ernest Udeh (Ranked # 32 from Orlando, FL)
6’8 F Zuby Ejiofor (Ranked #54 from Garland, TX)
Projected Roster

Starting 5

1 – 6’1 JR. Dajuan Harris Jr. (5 pts, 4 ast, 2 stl)

2 – 6’6 SR. Kevin McCullar (Transfer from Texas Tech – 10 pts, 5 reb, 2 stl)

3 – 6’7 FR. Gradey Dick (Ranked #20 from Wichita, KS)

4 – 6’8 JR. Jalen Wilson (11 pts, 7 reb)

5 – 6’10 SO. Zach Clemence (2 pts, 2 reb)

Preseason Tournament

Battle 4 Atlantis (November 23rd – 25th in the Bahamas) – Open with NC State.

The rest of the field includes Dayton, Wisconsin, USC, BYU, Tennessee, & Butler.

Rest of the Non-Conference Schedule:
November 7th – Omaha

November 10th – North Dakota St

November 15th – vs Duke (Champions Classic in Indianapolis)

November 18th – Southern Utah

December 1st – Seton Hall (Big 12 / Big East Challenge)

December 10th – at Missouri

December 17th – Indiana

December 22nd – Harvard

January 28th – at Kentucky (Big 12 / SEC Challenge)

OUTGOING

INCOMING

  • 6’6 G Kevin McCullar (Transfer from Texas Tech – 10 pts, 5 reb, 2 stl)
  • 6’7 F Gradey Dick (Ranked #20 from Wichita, KS)
  • 6’5 F MJ Rice (Ranked #30 from Durham, NC)
  • 6’10 C Ernest Udeh (Ranked # 32 from Orlando, FL)
  • 6’8 F Zuby Ejiofor (Ranked #54 from Garland, TX)

Projected Roster

Starting 5

1 – 6’1 JR. Dajuan Harris Jr. (5 pts, 4 ast, 2 stl)

2 – 6’6 SR. Kevin McCullar (Transfer from Texas Tech – 10 pts, 5 reb, 2 stl)

3 – 6’7 FR. Gradey Dick (Ranked #20 from Wichita, KS)

4 – 6’8 JR. Jalen Wilson (11 pts, 7 reb)

5 – 6’10 SO. Zach Clemence (2 pts, 2 reb)

Preseason Tournament

Battle 4 Atlantis (November 23rd – 25th in the Bahamas) – Open with NC State.

The rest of the field includes Dayton, Wisconsin, USC, BYU, Tennessee, & Butler.

Rest of the Non-Conference Schedule:

November 7th – Omaha

November 10th – North Dakota St

November 15th – vs Duke (Champions Classic in Indianapolis)

November 18th – Southern Utah

December 1st – Seton Hall (Big 12 / Big East Challenge)

December 10th – at Missouri

December 17th – Indiana

December 22nd – Harvard

January 28th – at Kentucky (Big 12 / SEC Challenge)

The College Basketball Experience is the premiere college basketball betting podcast. Hosted by Colby Dant, Patty C & NC Nick, the guys talk college basketball year-round from National Signing Day to Midnight Madness all the way through March Madness. From blue bloods to mid-majors, we’ve got you covered with daily fantasy & college basketball picks. No program goes overlooked as the trio prepares you for a full-court press on your bookie. Join us for the full college experience with The College Basketball Experience on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network.

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