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    College basketball is back, and that means another year with National Championship hopes for the Kansas Jayhawks. Watching the Jayhawks play inside historic Allen Fieldhouse is an experience you do not want to miss out on. With many greats coming in and out of these doors, it's an event you'll always remember. 

     

    KU Basketball Tickets

    Looking for KU basketball tickets? Look no further than Tickets For Less. With a wide variety of tickets all over in Allen Fieldhouse, you'll find the section and affordable tickets you want. Invite family and friends to the iconic Allen Fieldhouse and witness this season's team in action. 

     

    Allen Fieldhouse Sections

    Find the perfect KU basketball tickets based on the sections in Allen Fieldhouse.

    Sections 1,11, 12 and 22, A, B, C, L, M, and N: These sections are directly behind the baskets at both ends, at the baseline. Section 1, 11 and 12 have half the section as GA. If you purchase the KU basketball ticket in GA, it is first come first serve and you'll want to go as soon as you can. Doors open at different times each game so be sure to check before going. 

    Sections 2, 3, 9, 10, 13, 14, 20 and 21, D, K, P and V: Here, you'll be at an angle of the court by the baseline. At Allen Fieldhouse, there are no bad seats. These seats especially give you a great view of the team's benches and allow for full view of the court on both sides.

    Sections 4-8 and 15-19, E-J and Q-U: If you want the "sides" section, this is what you want. You get a full horizontal view of the court. The letters signify a lower seat but any seat from the side view is top notch. 

    No matter where you seat, you're going to be out of your seat cheering on red and blue. The Fieldhouse is electric! However, before you ever get inside, don't forget a parking pass. Visit the site for any game and you'll always find cheap parking

     

    Kansas Jayhawks Student Tickets

    Although tickets are sold everywhere throughout the stadium for the public, have you ever wondered how KU students get their tickets? There is an extreme process for students to camp. There is a lottery system in which students participate. The lottery can start as early as 6am. You can camp with your group of friernds, up to 30 people. The entire group must be present at the North end of Allen Fieldhouse. Once the group is together, each group will then draw a number, one number per ever 5 people in the group. After drawing the numbers, the camping begins. Roll call is taken and someone from you group must be there. If your group last through all the roll calls, you have made it in Allen Fieldhouse. Based on numbers from the lottery, your group is taken in order to sit in the student section. Some lucky groups get the very first row while others get the top, but again, there are no bad seats. This allows for a fair chance for all students to attend the games. Any KU student can attend the games if they have the athletics pass. 

     

    KU Basketball History

    The first season of KU basketball dates back to 1898-1899. Dr. James Naismith wrote the official rules of basketball in 1892. Six years later, Naismith began the men's basketball program at the University of Kansas. The first few seasons of KU basketball were held locally against YMCA teams. James Naismith held such an important part within the team and its development that the basketball court inside Allen Fieldhouse is named "James Naismith Court." Since Naismith, KU basketball history will go on with years of success, acomplishments, coaching legends and Hall of Fame players.

    After Naismith retired, Dr. Forrest C. "Phog" Allen was requested to coach KU. KU's basketball history truly began to flourish because of Coach Allen. As a former player of Naismith, Phog Allen knew the game and was ready to take on the challenge. Coach Allen proved to be one of the best coaches of all time and earned the title as the "Father of Basketball Coaching." Under Coach Allen, the University of Kansas men's basketball program won the NCAA championship title in 1922, 1923 and 1952. Because of his success and leadership, Allen Fieldhouse was constructed and developed in 1955 named after Phog Allen. Upon walking in and hanging over Naismith Court, the famous Kansas words "Pay Heed, All Who Enter. Beware of the Phog."

    Once a player and assistant coach, Dick Harp was hired as the head coach for KU after Coach Allen. Some of Kansas's greatest players were coached by harp. Wilt Chamberlain was by far the most legendary player. Recruited by Phog Allen, Chamberlain played under Harp until he went to the Harlem Globetrotters to continue ball. After eight years, Ted Owens came in and took over the Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team. Jo Jo White, Walt Wesley and Darnell Valentine were All-Americans under Coach Owens. A little under two decades of coaching, Owens left KU and Larry Brown came in after coaching for the NBA. 

    Larry Brown at KU lead the Jayhawks to many wins and a National Championship in 1988. With Danny Manning as the lead competitor for the Hawks, during the 1988 season, the team went through March Madness to win the title 83-79 over Oklahoma. Because the team lost 11 times that season, the most losses for a National Championship team to accrue throughout the season, the 1988 Jayhawks were known as "Danny and the Miracles." After many years at KU, Coach Brown had a 135-44 record. 

     Orginally a North Carolina assistant basketball coach, Roy Williams, came to Kansas to take over Larry Brown's role. Coach Williams had a .805 winning percentage from 1988 to 2003. Roy Williams went 9 for 13 in Big 12 conference championships. KU is the only team in the Big 12 to also have gone undefeated in conference play. This streak went 16-0 under Williams in 2001. 

    After 2003, Williams left and the legendary Bill Self entered into the land of the Jayhawks. Self has coached at KU for 15 season, including this year. Although Self had winning seasons to start his career, it wasn't until 2008 that he showed his tru ability. In 2007-2008, the Kansas Jayhawks basketball team began the season with 20-0. In the National NCAA tournament, the team made Kansas Basketball history. The team defeated Davidson, which was lead by current NBA star Steph Curry. In the Final Four, the Kansas Jayhawks came back to beat Memphis in the championship thanks to "Mario's Miracle" three with 3.7 seconds left to tie the game and send it to over time. The Hawks clenched the NCAA National Title. The first time since 1988. Coach Self was named the Coach of the Year by the Associated Press, CBS Sports' Chevrolet Award, the Hwney Iba Award and Sporting News Award. Coach Self is also decorated with 12 Big 12 regular season championship titles. 

    Ku basketball history dates back to the first days of basketball and continues to thrive throughout time. A winning team throughout the years by many coaches, Kansas is recognized as one of the greatest basketball schools to play at. KU basketball has many acccolades acquired as the seasons pass and will continue to be a team to keep an eye for. It's been 10 years since the last NCAA championship. Is this the year KU basketball goes down in history? Stay connected with KU basketball and never miss a game with tickets from Tickets For Less.  

     

    KU Basketball Roster

    With a few returners and new faces, check out this year 2017-2018 KU basketball team! Kansas's men's basketball team roster varies from returning players, to transfers eligable to play, home grown players and more! It will be a season of great basketball with this KU basketball team.

     

    KU Basketball Schedule and KU Basketball Record

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    Date Time Opponent Result
    Oct. 22  Sunday @ 3PM vs. Missouri (Exh.) Kansas City, Mo. (Sprint Center)  W
    Oct. 31 Tuesday @ 7PM vs. Pittsburg State (Exh.) Lawrence, Kan. (Allen Fieldhouse) Jayhawk TV W
    Nov. 7 Tuesday @ 7PM vs. Fort Hays State (Exh.) Lawrence, Kan. (Allen Fieldhouse) Jayhawk TV  W
    Nov. 10 Friday @ 8PM vs. Tennessee State Lawrence, Kan. (Allen Fieldhouse) ESPNU W
    State Farm Champions Classic      
    Nov. 14  Tuesday @ 8:30PM vs. Kentucky Chicago, Ill. (United Center) ESPN  W
    Nov. 17  Friday @ 7PM vs. South Dakota State Lawrence, Kan. (Allen Fieldhouse) Jayhawk TV   W
    Hoophall Miami Invitational      
    Nov. 21 Tuesday @ 7PM vs. Texas Southern Lawrence, Kan. (Allen Fieldhouse) Jayhawk TV   W
    Nov. 24 Friday @ 7PM vs. Oakland Lawrence, Kan. (Allen Fieldhouse) Jayhawk TV   W
    Nov. 28   Tuesday @ 7PM vs. Toledo Lawrence, Kan. (Allen Fieldhouse) Jayhawk TV  W
    Dec. 2  Saturday @ 4:30PM vs. Syracuse Miami, Fla. (American Airlines Arena) ESPN  W
    Jayhawk Shootout      
    Dec. 6  Wednesday @ 8PM WASHINGTON Kansas City, Mo. (Sprint Center) ESPN2  L
    Dec. 10  Sunday @ 12PM ARIZONA STATE Lawrence, Kan. (Allen Fieldhouse) ESPN   L
    Shelter Insurance Showcase      
    Dec. 16 Saturday @ 7PM at Nebraska Lincoln, Neb. (Pinnacle Bank Arena) FS1  W
    Dec. 18 Monday @ 6PM vs. Omaha Lawrence, Kan. (Allen Fieldhouse) ESPN2  W
    Dec. 21  Thursday @ 10PM vs. Stanford Sacramento, Calif. (Golden 1 Center) ESPN2   W
    Dec. 29  Friday @ 8PM at Texas* Austin, Texas (Erwin Center) ESPN2   W
    Jan. 2 Tuesday @ 8PM Texas Tech* Lawrence, Kan. (Allen Fieldhouse) ESPN2    L 
    Jan. 6  Saturday @ 8:15PM at TCU* Fort Worth, Texas (Schollmaier Arena) ESPN or ESPN2  W
    Jan. 9  Tuesday @ 8PM vs. Iowa State* Lawrence, Kan. (Allen Fieldhouse) ESPN2  W
    Jan. 13  Saturday @ 11AM vs. Kansas State* Lawrence, Kan. (Allen Fieldhouse) ESPN or ESPN2    W 
    Jan. 15 Monday @ 8PM at West Virginia* Morgantown, W.Va. (WVU Coliseum) ESPN    W 
    Jan. 20  Saturday @ 5PM vs. Baylor* Lawrence, Kan. (Allen Fieldhouse) ESPN   W
    Jan. 23  Tuesday @ 6PM at Oklahoma* Norman, Okla. (Lloyd Noble Center) ESPN2   L
    Big 12/SEC Challenge      
    Jan. 27 Saturday TBD vs. Texas A&M Lawrence, Kan. (Allen Fieldhouse) ESPN   W
    Jan. 29 Monday @ 8PM at Kansas State* Manhattan, Kan. (Bramlage Coliseum) ESPN  W
    Feb. 3  Saturday @ 11AM vs. Oklahoma State* Lawrence, Kan. (Allen Fieldhouse) CBS  
    Feb. 6  Tuesday @ 8PM vs. TCU* Lawrence, Kan. (Allen Fieldhouse) ESPN2   
    Feb. 10  Saturday @ 1PM at Baylor* Waco, Texas (Ferrell Center) CBS  
    Feb. 13 Tuesday at Iowa State* Ames, Iowa (Hilton Coliseum) ESPN2  
    Feb. 17 Saturday @ 5PM vs. West Virginia* Lawrence, Kan. (Allen Fieldhouse) ESPN  
    Feb. 19  Monday @ 8PM vs. OKLAHOMA* Lawrence, Kan. (Allen Fieldhouse) ESPN  
    Feb. 24  Saturday @ 3PM at Texas Tech* Lubbock, Texas (United Supermarkets Arena) ESPN or ESPN2  
    Feb. 26  Monday @ 8PM vs. Texas* Lawrence, Kan. (Allen Fieldhouse) ESPN   
    March 17 Saturday @ 3PM at Oklahoma State* Stillwater, Okla. (Gallagher-Iba Arena) ESPN or ESPN2  
        *Conference Game  

     

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