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Report: Kidd to be fined $50,000 for drink spill

Report: Kidd to be fined $50,000 for drink spill

NEW YORK, Nov. 28 (UPI) -- The NBA will fine Brooklyn Coach Jason Kidd $50,000 for spilling a drink onto the court during a game Wednesday, Yahoo! Sports reported Thursday.

COL BKB: Kentucky 67, Kansas 59

NEW ORLEANS, April 3 (UPI) -- Doron Lamb scored 22 points Monday and Kentucky held off Kansas 67-59 to claim its eighth NCAA national championship, its first since 1998.

COL BKB: Kansas 64, Ohio State 62

NEW ORLEANS, March 31 (UPI) -- Thomas Robinson sparked a Kansas rally with 19 points Saturday and the Jayhawks gained the NCAA Tournament title game with a 64-62 victory over Ohio State.
COL BKB: Kansas 80, North Carolina 67

COL BKB: Kansas 80, North Carolina 67

ST. LOUIS, March 25 (UPI) -- Tyshawn Taylor pumped in 22 points Sunday and second-seeded Kansas advanced to the NCAA Tournament's Final Four with an 80-67 win over North Carolina.

COL BKB: Kansas 63, Purdue 60

OMAHA, March 18 (UPI) -- Elijah Johnson stole the ball and followed with a game-winning layup Sunday, boosting Kansas to a 63-60 win over Purdue in the NCAA Tourney's Midwest Region.

Baylor shocks Kansas in Big 12 semis

KANSAS CITY, Mo., March 10 (UPI) -- A 3-point shot by Brady Heslip with 1:24 left Friday blunted a Kansas rally and sent Baylor to an 81-72 win over the No. 3 Jayhawks in the Big 12 semifinals.

Baylor, Kansas to meet in Big 12 semis

KANSAS CITY, Mo., March 8 (UPI) -- Perry Jones III carried No. 11 Baylor and Elijah Johnson powered third-ranked Kansas to wins Thursday in the Big 12 Tournament quarterfinals.

COL BKB: Kansas 73, Texas 63

LAWRENCE, Kan., March 3 (UPI) -- Thomas Robinson was strong at both ends of the court Saturday, providing 25 points and 14 rebounds for No. 4 Kansas in its 73-63 win over Texas.

COL BKB: Kansas 70, Oklahoma State 58

STILLWATER, Okla., Feb. 27 (UPI) -- Tyshawn Taylor pumped in 27 points Monday and fourth-ranked Kansas claimed the Big 12 Conference crown with a 70-58 victory over Oklahoma State.

COL BKB: Kansas 87, Missouri 86 (OT)

LAWRENCE, Kan., Feb. 25 (UPI) -- Tyshawn Taylor's free throws with 8 seconds left in overtime Saturday provided the difference for No. 5 Kansas in its 87-86 win over third-ranked Missouri.

COL BKB: Kansas 66, Texas A&M 58

COLLEGE STATION, Texas, Feb. 22 (UPI) -- A 21-point effort from Elijah Johnson pushed No. 5 Kansas to a big lead Wednesday and the Jayhawks fought off a late comeback bid to down Texas A&M 66-58.

COL BKB: Kansas 59, Kansas State 53

MANHATTAN, Kan., Feb. 13 (UPI) -- Tyshawn Taylor scored 20 points Monday and fifth-ranked Kansas racked up its 11th straight win with a 59-53 triumph over intrastate rival Kansas State.

COL BKB: Kansas 81, Oklahoma St. 66

LAWRENCE, Kan., Feb. 11 (UPI) -- Thomas Robinson hit 9-of-15 shots en route to 26 points and grabbed 14 rebounds Saturday, powering No. 10 Kansas past Oklahoma State 81-66.

COL BKB: Kansas 68, Baylor 54

WACO, Texas, Feb. 8 (UPI) -- Jeff Withey paced Kansas to a strong start to the second half Wednesday and the No. 10 Jayhawks rolled over sixth-ranked Baylor 68-54.

COL BKB: Missouri 74, Kansas 71

COLUMBIA, Mo., Feb. 5 (UPI) -- Marcus Denmon scored nine of his 29 points during a late-game surge Saturday that handed No. 4 Missouri a 74-71 win over eighth-ranked Kansas.
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Tyshawn Jamar Taylor (born April 6, 1991 in Hoboken, New Jersey) is a 6'3" American basketball player who currently plays for University of Kansas in the Big 12 of the NCAA.

Tyshawn Taylor attended St. Anthony High School in New Jersey where he played under renowned high-school coach Bob Hurley. During the 2007-08 season Taylor's team went 32-0 and was awarded the high school basketball mythical national championship by USA Today. Taylor also appeared in the 2009 film The Street Stops Here, a documentary about Hurley and St. Anthony. 2009 New Jersey player of the year

During Tyshawn's freshman year, he attended Countryside High School, in Clearwater, Florida.

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