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Bob Lutz: No one-and-done, Wayne Selden took longer to find his game


Regardless of those who promoted Wayne Selden as a potential one-and-done player when he arrived at Kansas in 2013, Selden himself says he was then a mere boy.

Now, more than two years later, he’s a man. A 6-foot-5, 230-pound man with a three-point shot to die for and a couple of guards — Frank Mason and Devonte Graham — who know how to get him the basketball.

Just more than nine months removed from a nightmare of a game against Wichita State in the NCAA Tournament, when he did not score in 23 minutes during a 78-65 WSU third-round win, Selden is asserting himself as the best player on the nation’s best team.