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Photo Gallery: KU-Manhattan

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KU forward KJ Adams roars after a big play during the Jayhawks' 99-61 win over Manhattan on Friday night at Allen Fieldhouse. [Chance Parker photo]

The No. 1 Kansas men's basketball team improved to 2-0 with another dominant home win on Friday night, 99-61 over Manhattan.

The Jayhawks now have scored 99 points in back-to-back games and will head to Chicago next week to take on No. 16 Kentucky in the Champions Classic at the United Center.

Said KU coach Bill Self of moving past the two tune-ups and onto Kentucky: "Now the season starts. ...Now we've got to really hunker down."

Before we head to Chicago, here's a look at some of the action during Friday's win over Manhattan.