Kansas’ Self to miss tourney opener vs

Kansas coach Bill Self will miss Thursday’s game against Howard as he continues to progress well from a current health problem, the school announced.Self missed the Huge 12

tournament after going through a heart procedure recently. He reached the healthcare facility March 8 after complaining of chest tightness and balance issues. Self”went through a basic heart catheterization and had two stents positioned for the treatment of blocked arteries,” the University of Kansas Health System said last week.He was released from the health center Sunday night and stated

he was excited to rejoin the team this week.Editor’s Picks 2 Associated Assistant coach Norm Roberts served as acting head coach

throughout the Big 12

competition and

will do so once again Thursday.Roberts supplied an update on Self during Wednesday’s media accessibility. “He’s doing well today,”he said. “He was at practice today, he was at practice last night and all of our conferences. He’s doing well, he’s improving all the time. We’re hopeful and everything is day-to-day with him, but if you ask our people he got after them pretty good today so he was doing truly well. “”He’s getting his rest and that things,”Roberts added.”Possibly he believes I talk too much so he’s letting me talk more. But he’s back getting rest today. He’s doing excellent though.Self, who was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2017, has assisted Kansas to two national championships and 4 Final Four looks– including last season’s title game win over North Carolina.

Previous Article
Next Article

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.