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Kansas forward suspended after arrest

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Kansas forward Jamari Traylor, who was arrested Sunday morning, was suspended by coach Bill Self for the team’s game at Georgetown on Wednesday.

Traylor was arrested on a charge of interfering with the duties of a police officer at a nightclub in Lawrence, Kan., early Sunday morning. His arrest came shortly after Kansas wide receiver Rodriguez Coleman was arrested for battery at the same location. It was not clear whether the two arrests were related.

Traylor, a junior, has averaged 3.3 points and 3.9 rebounds this season.

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