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Topic - Naadir Tharpe
Kansas guard Naadir Tharpe will transfer closer to home for his final season of eligibility, ending a tumultuous run with the Jayhawks that included three Big 12 championships and multiple off-court distractions.
Kansas had dominated its rival on the road, winning 48 of the previous 51 matchups.
Kansas coach Bill Self knows most people look at how Andrew Wiggins plays as a barometer for what to expect from the eighth-ranked Jayhawks.
Baylor was coming off a streak-busting victory over last week's No. 8 team, and got started Tuesday night with an alley-oop dunk and a 3-pointer before No. 8 Kansas even took its first shot.
After beating Kansas in Allen Fieldhouse last season, and after Marcus Smart left a lasting impression with a celebratory backflip, Oklahoma State nearly pulled off the feat again.
His decision came one week after starting point guard Naadir Tharpe announced he would transfer closer to his home in Massachusetts for his final year of eligibility.
Tharpe said in a statement issued by the school Thursday that he made the decision to transfer so he could be closer to his daughter, Amara.