Kansas releases video recapping World University Games

Basketball is a universal language, and the University of Kansas’ men’s basketball team is currently demonstrating their proficiency in it in South Korea, representing the United States at the World University Games.

The Jayhawks, whose first game is today, seem to be enjoying the experience thus far.

Their first recap video, which was recently released by Kansas’ video production team, highlights a clinic that the team hosted for younger players, as well as the walk in and introductions at the WUG.

The clinics showed brief demonstrations of Kansas’s famed motion offense and as well as layup drills. But of course it ended with all players in a huddle sounding off with cries of “USA!”

Check it out:

Current coach Bill Self boasts an impressive 359-77 record (.823) over his twelve year tenure at Kansas University, so we’re all cheering for him to bring home the win for the US of A during this 4th of July weekend.

Rock chalk, Jayhawks!

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