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Probably Paul Pierce or Sasha Kaun or maybe Chalmers, I like a lot of them. Also like Russell Robinson
It's a toss up between Victor Mitchell or Paul Mokeski.
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When you say Bud Stallworth, you've said it all.
yep! Bud Stallworth!
Scot Pollard or Adonis Jordan. On this team though I pick Travis Releford.
Seriously awesome stache.
Ostertag was very entertaining, indeed.
I could make a strong case for either Danny Manning or Mark Turgeon
Another vote for the Big O. Maybe not the best ball handler of all time, but that's what made him fun to watch. I remember him once somehow stealing a ball at mid-court once and taking it back for a breakaway dunk. The whole place went silent as it took him about four steps to dribble from half court to the goal, then the crowd went absolutely nuts after the dunk.
Goodbye Ms. Garrison.
Call me Captain Obvious, but it's hard to choose just one. You could win a lot of games with the 'D' team:
Danny, Donnie, Delvy, Darnell & Darnell.
TJ Whatley! TJ TJ TJ, I can hear the chants now!
My favorite Jayhawk basketball player of all time???
Oh, wow. It would have been easier to answer the favorite from each team.
Danny Manning, Mark Turgeon, Ron Kellogg, Darnell Jackson, Nick Collison, Kirk Heinrich and Thomas Robinson. Markieff and Marcus Morris.
Cole Aldrich. Was a beast at the shot block. Good FT shooter for being an inside guy. And an all-around nice guy.
DANNY MANNING! :)
No Hinrich? For shame!
Richard Scott. A beast under the basket.
There is no way I can answer this. Every player on every roster played their hearts out. There are so many stars....I certainly loved watching Thomas Robinson because he overcame incredible obstacles to become a jaw-dropper (shirted or shirtless).
I knew a lot of the 1988 champions and they were amazing too. Nope. I couldn't possibly pick just one.
Darnell Valentine, followed by Lane Czaplinski.
Was there a player whose name was Ojoleye or something like that? Maybe in the early 80s?
Hey TOB! Great to have a job again where I can play on the internet all day!
Oh you're right about some of them. Once a cheerleader, always a cheerleader!
I found out he is a local man who owns Affordable Limousine and about half of the town. First name Larry although he changes his name frequently. He claims to have played at KU but I sure couldn't find him.
A Hutchinson kid,Bret Ballard.
Manning and Gooden are the best all-around players I have seen play at KU. Not necessarily my favorites, but those two could do it all.
Wilt and Jo Jo, who WAS NOT OUT OF BOUNDS.
I believe you are all forgetting the unselfish play and stellar game of Josh Selby.
"game" is the correct word, for sure, Bea.
Ding Ding Ding Ding! Incredibly not!
So many great players and so little time... I would have to include Wilt Chamberlain, Bill Bridges, JoJo White, Rex Walters, Jacque Vaughn, Paul Pierce just to name a few.
Danny Manning, of course!
Jerod Haase. Had a crush on him in 8th grade. Still have a crush on him 15 years later.
Steve Woodberry! Unselfsih and clutch. Just ask OSU and KSU.
Captain Kirk would probably be my favorite.
So many great choices!!! Definitely Darnell Valentine, Calvin Thompson, Mark Turgeon, Adonis Jordan, Jacque Vaughn, Greg Ostertag, Danny Manning, Mario Chalmers...among MANY others!!
Sherron Collins. Not everyone's favorite, but I will never forget his overtime performance against K-State in Manhattan, nor his senior night speech.
Kirk Hinrich,Nick Collison, and Rex Walters....my list could go on and on but those guys are my sentimental favorites,
Charlie B Black
The only Jayhawk to be a four year first team All American and the first to score a 1k points in a career at KU
Wilt. There is no other.
Tyshawn Taylor. Good or bad, he was our point guard, and it was so much fun to watch him grow over the last few years.
Wilt and Danny
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