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None of the three. It was in Lawrence, Kansas as a fitness game for school.
Basketball was invented Kansas by Dr. Naismith, a professor at KU. The University of Kansas' basketball arena is named the Dean A. Naismith Fieldhouse.
Raymond Pittman of Kansas City, Missouri
Kansas City , go to google & theres a park in Kansas city that sits right by the River
as far as I know, the Pro teams are Kansas City Royals (baseball), Sporting Kansas City previously know as Kansas City Wizards, and Kansas Coyotes (indoor football). The Royals and Sporting KC are Kansas City, Missouri teams.
Kansas City is in Kansas and Missouri because Kansas City is a rather large city; it is in Kansas but it crosses over the border and the larger part sits in Missouri, so it is considered a city in both Kansas and Missouri.
Missouri and Kansas both have cities named Kansas City.
To add on to Wiki User's answer, Kansas City, Kansas is located in Wyandotte county Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri is located in Jackson county Missouri. I know because I grew up on the Kansas side for most of my life.
None....Kansas City is not a state capital, it is just a city.There is a Kansas City in both Kansas and Missouri. The capital of Kansas is Topeka and Missouri is Jefferson City
Kansas City is a city in the state of Missouri. The professional sports teams based in Kansas City, Missouri, include the Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) and the Kansas City Royals (MLB).
That is the correct spelling of Kansas City (a city in Missouri, and a city of the same name in Kansas, just across the Missouri River from its namesake).
Neither... Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas City, Kansas are directly adjacent... with downtowns roughly 2 miles apart. However neither is a state capitol. The capitol of Kansas is Topeka, and the capitol of Missouri is Jefferson City.