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When you think of the University of Kansas, you think of basketball. The creator of the game of basketball, James Naismith, was a coach at Kansas and really helped transform the university into a basketball powerhouse. The tradition of great players and coaches has continued from the beginning of Kansas basketball to today. The Jayhawks have continued to rack up winning seasons but can’t seem to pull through when it matters most. Under head coach Bill Self, Kansas is always in the conversation for the National Championship and could take a step forward to be National Champions for years to come.

The Kansas Jayhawks basketball program had its start in 1898 with the creator of the sport, James Naismith, as its eventual head coach. Naismith really introduced the university to basketball and became the school’s athletic director. In 1907, legendary head coach Forrest C. “Phog” Allen would take over as head coach and transform Kansas into a winning machine. Many call Phog Allen the “Father of Basketball Coaching.” Allen would coach some of the best players to ever play at Kansas and those players would go on to be some of the best players and coaches the game of basketball has ever seen. Phog Allen coaches from 1919- 1956 and had a 590-219 record. He coached the Jayhawks to 3 National Championships (1922, 1923, 1952), 22 Conference Championships, and 33 winning seasons. Phog Allen would go down as one of the greatest basketball coaches ever and retired in 1956, Dick Harp would be the next to take over as head coach. Harp would coach until 1964 and have a decent record of 121-82. Harp would lead KU to 2 Conference titles before he retired in 1964 where Ted Owens took the head job. Owens would coach from 1964-1983 and would have a lot of success and coach a lot of famous Jayhawk players. Owens had an overall record of 348-182 with 2 Final Four appearances, 7 Conference Championships, and 15 winning seasons before he was fired for having two back to back losing seasons. In 1983, Kansas hired Larry Brown who had previously coached the New Jersey Nets. Brown had a lot of success with Kansas over his coaching career that lasted until 1988 when he left to coach the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA. Brown led the Jayhawks to their second National Championship in 1988 and also had an overall record of 135-44 and making it to in the national tournament each season as head coach.

The next Kansas head coach would only help enhance the program into a national powerhouse. Current North Carolina head coach, Roy Williams was hired to coach the Kansas Jayhawks in 1988. Over his time at Kansas, Williams would lead the Jayhawks to a lot of success with 4 Final Four appearances, 9 Conference Championships, and never having a losing season. Williams looked to be one of the next legendary Kansas coach and although he was having a lot of success, Williams left the program in 2003 to coach at North Carolina. In 2003, Kansas hired current head coach, Bill Self. Coach Self had immediate success with the program and has continued that success today. Coach Self was hired after coaching at the University of Illinois and was previously an assistant coach with Kansas from 1985-1986. Bill Self led the Jayhawks to their next National Championship in 2008. Other great accomplishments that Self has accomplished at Kansas include: 2 Final Four appearances, 12 Big 12 Conference Championships, currently a 385-83 record, making the national tournament every year, and always being in the top two of the Big 12 Conference. Coach Self was Naismith Coach of the Year in 2012, AP Coach of the Year in 2009 and 2016, and is a 4 time Big 12 Coach of the Year. This legendary program seems to continue to have success against almost any team they face and Self is a driving force behind their success currently and heading forward.

Over its rich history, the University of Kansas has seen a ton of great players come through the program that have turned out to be some of the best college basketball players in history and some of the best players in the NBA. The Jayhawks have seen 6 National Players of the Year in history Paul Endacott (1923), Charlie T. Black (1924), Clyde Lovellette (1952), Danny Manning (1988), Drew Gooden (2002), and Nick Collison (2003). Other great players to come through the University of Kansas include: Wilt Chamberlain, Paul Pierce, Andrew Wiggins, Kirk Hinrich, Sherron Collins, Brandon Rush, JoJo White, Mario Chalmers, Ben McLemore, Joel Embiid, Marcus Morris, Markieff Morris, Thomas Robinson, and many more. With all the great players to come through Kansas, it is certain that the top players in the country will be attracted to come play in Lawrence, KS.

Kansas was surprisingly knocked out in the Elite Eight in the 2015 National Tournament by the eventual champ, Villanova. Although Kansas was one of the favorites to win, they couldn’t come through when it truly mattered. Coach Self and the Jayhawks are determined to take on the new 2016-2017 season with one goal in mind which is to get another National Championship. The Jayhawks are always a team to have a watchful eye on because of how consist and talented their teams have been. Kansas usually runs through the Big 12 Conference and gains momentum heading into the tournament which they intend to do in 2016.


Allen Fieldhouse or also known as “The Phog” named after legendary Kansas coach Forrest “Phog” Allen is where the Kansas Jayhawks play their home games. Allen Fieldhouse is one of the wildest and energetic college football atmospheres in the entire country. The history and dominating performances that have occurred in Allen Fieldhouse over the years are truly unique. The Kansas fans are all wild about basketball, from the student section to the alumni, Allen Fieldhouse is always rockin’ for the Jayhawks. Getting tickets to Jayhawks games can be difficult, but make sure to check out the cheapest prices on Kansas Jayhawks Basketball tickets on Rukkus today!

Kansas Jayhawks Basketball Lineup

  • Frank Mason
  • Wayne Selden Jr.
  • Cliff Alexander
  • Devonte Graham
  • Evan Manning
  • Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk
  • Tyler Self
  • Kelly Oubre Jr.
  • Brannen Greene
  • Christian Garrett
  • Josh Pollard
  • Jamari Traylor
  • Landen Lucas
  • Perry Ellis
  • Hunter Mickelson

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Cheap Kansas Jayhawks Basketball Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$3.00 Texas Tech Red Raiders at Kansas Jayhawks Football — 10/17/2015
Memorial Stadium (Kansas); Lawrence, KS
$3.00 Baylor Bears at Kansas Jayhawks Football — 10/10/2015
Memorial Stadium (Kansas); Lawrence, KS
$3.00 West Virginia Mountaineers at Kansas Jayhawks Football — 11/21/2015
Memorial Stadium (Kansas); Lawrence, KS
$4.00 TCU Horned Frogs at Kansas Jayhawks Football — 10/08/2016
Memorial Stadium (Kansas); Lawrence, KS
$4.00 Kansas Jayhawks at Texas Tech Red Raiders Football — 09/29/2016
Jones ATT Stadium; Lubbock, TX
$5.00 South Dakota State Jackrabbits at Kansas Jayhawks Football — 09/05/2015
Memorial Stadium (Kansas); Lawrence, KS
$5.00 Kansas Jayhawks at Texas Longhorns Baseball — 04/17/2016
Disch-Falk Field; Austin, TX
$5.00 Kansas Jayhawks at TCU Horned Frogs Baseball — 05/09/2015
Lupton Stadium at TCU; Fort Worth, TX
$5.00 Baylor Bears at Kansas Jayhawks Womens Basketball — 01/06/2016
Allen Fieldhouse; Lawrence, KS
$6.00 West Virginia Mountaineers at Kansas Jayhawks Womens Basketball — 01/03/2016
Allen Fieldhouse; Lawrence, KS

Best and Most Expensive Kansas Jayhawks Basketball Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$734.00Kansas Jayhawks at Kentucky Wildcats Basketball — 01/28/2017
Rupp Arena; Lexington, KY
$480.00NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament - All Sessions — 03/17/2017
BOK Center; Tulsa, OK
$272.00Kentucky Wildcats at Kansas Jayhawks Basketball — 01/30/2016
Allen Fieldhouse; Lawrence, KS
$267.00NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament - Session 3 — 03/19/2017
BOK Center; Tulsa, OK
$241.00Kansas Jayhawks at Iowa State Cyclones Basketball — 01/16/2017
Hilton Coliseum; Ames, IA
$241.00NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament - All Sessions — 03/17/2016
Wells Fargo Arena; Des Moines, IA
$240.00Iowa State Cyclones at Kansas Jayhawks Basketball — 03/05/2016
Allen Fieldhouse; Lawrence, KS
$213.00Champions Classic — 11/15/2016
Madison Square Garden; New York, NY
$212.00NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament - Session 2 — 03/17/2017
BOK Center; Tulsa, OK
$183.00Texas Longhorns at Kansas Jayhawks Basketball — 02/28/2015
Allen Fieldhouse; Lawrence, KS