Jayhawks beat North Texas 71-59 in Jalen Wilson’s return. Ochai Agbaji scores 18 for KU

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Nov. 25—Kansas’ men’s basketball team continued its winning ways on Thursday, this time with sophomore forward Jalen Wilson as a part of the rotation. Wilson, making his season debut after missing one exhibition game and three regular-season contests as part of a suspension for suspicion of DUI, came off the bench to score seven points as the No. 4-ranked Jayhawks downed North Texas 71-59 in a first-round ESPN Events Invitational game Thursday at HP Field House in Kissimmee, Florida. Wilson, who hit 3 of 4 shots in his season debut and grabbed five rebounds with four assists, was not the leadi…

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