Kansas center Joel Embiid’s status remains uncertain for Saturday’s game against TCU. Self said the 7-foot freshman, projected by some as the top pick in June’s NBA draft if he elects to leave college after one season, had an MRI on his injured back.
“It didn’t come back with anything major,” Self said. “He’ll be back soon. It’s not going to be long.”
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