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Thomas Robinson Could Play For Kansas Jayhawks Against Oklahoma State Cowboys

Kansas Jayhawks head coach Bill Self said in his Monday Big 12 teleconference that Thomas Robinson is questionable to play on Monday night against the Oklahoma State Cowboys. Robinson had surgery on February 11 to repair a meniscus tear.

At that point, Self said Robinson would be out approximately two weeks. Apparently, things are going well because Self now says Robinson is 50-50 to play Monday night.

"He practiced yesterday the entire hour and looked good, moved good. I do not know about the swelling or how he feels today and the soreness. That will determine whether or not he plays tonight. I would say right now he's questionable."

610 Sports' Josh Klinger reports Robinson is out shooting around with the team over an hour before tip-off so it sounds like there's a chance we could be seeing Robinson Monday night.

Unfortunately for Kansas, Tyshawn Taylor was not spotted shooting around. He has been suspended.