Kansas basketball has the most wins of any program without a single NCAA Tournament appearance, with 1,635 wins as of the end of the 2020-21 season 

Allen Fieldhouse, the home court of Kansas basketball, is widely considered one of the most intimidating venues in all of college basketball. It has been called the "Phog" after legendary coach Phog Allen 

Kansas is the only program to win more than 2,000 games while losing fewer than 1,000 

The Jayhawks have won or shared the Big 12 regular-season championship for 14 consecutive seasons, from 2005 to 2018, and again in 2020 

The Kansas Jayhawks have produced 37 consensus All-Americans, which is the most of any program in the country 

Wilt Chamberlain, one of the greatest basketball players of all time, played for Kansas from 1956 to 1958 and led the Jayhawks to the NCAA Championship game in 1957 

Kansas basketball has retired 35 jersey numbers, which is the most of any program in the country 

The Kansas Jayhawks have played in the NCAA Tournament a total of 49 times, which is the second-most appearances of any program in history, behind only North Carolina 

Kansas basketball has had over 20 players selected in the NBA Draft since 2010, including several lottery picks 

The Jayhawks won their fifth NCAA Championship in 2021, which tied them with Indiana and North Carolina for the third-most championships of any program in history