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Svi Mykhailiuk to return for Junior season

I don't know what the best part about living in Switzerland is, but the flag is a big plus.

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- Kansas Sports -

Mykhailiuk reveals on Twitter he's coming back for junior season |

“I think the way the rules are set up gives everybody an opportunity to test (by attending NBA Combine if invited and one individual workout) but in Svi’s situation ... what he shared with me is no matter where he would test at right now, he knows a year from now would give him a much better chance to have a career,” Self said. “The way he said it was, ‘Coach, I don’t need to look into it because I know I’ll be much better next year.’’’

Josh Jackson is a perfect fit at Kansas and a possible future No. 1 overall NBA draft pick -

Bill Self has himself another future star in Josh Jackson. Kansas had a hole in its lineup at small forward after Selden declared for the NBA Draft and Jackson will be the perfect replacement. His time in Lawrence should only be a one-year pitstop on his way to the 2017 NBA Draft.

KU quarterback Willis throws at practice |

Working with fellow-quarterbacks Montell Cozart, Carter Stanley, Keaton Perry and Deondre Ford, Willis threw a smaller, red-and-blue Nerf football while the other QBs used regular footballs.

Peek inside KU football’s open practice | KUsports Video |

The Jayhawks, who practiced in front of fans three days earlier, at their annual spring game, wrap up their offseason allotment of full coaching sessions this week.

Baseball - Kansas Ready for Midweek Tilt with Omaha

The Kansas baseball team welcomes in Omaha, Wednesday, April 13, for a midweek matchup at Hoglund Ballpark.

Janae Hall Retires from Volleyball

"Janae has had a really solid career with us while battling different lingering injuries," Bechard said. "This decision will give her the opportunity to focus solely on academics during her senior year at KU. We appreciate all that she has done for us and we wish her well in all that she does."

- College Sports -

College athletes react on Twitter after receiving EA Sports lawsuit checks -

Leonard Aragon, the attorney for Hagens Berman Sobol Shaprio who is handling the settlement, said 24,932 checks are being issued. The average recovery for a player is $1,237, the median is $1,071, the maximum is $7,622 and the lowest is $58.

NCAA, CBS, Turner extend NCAA Tournament deal through 2032 -

The new deal pushes the agreement an extra eight years; when CBS and Turner originally agreed to share partnership with the NCAA in broadcasting the NCAA Tournament in 2010, the deal went through 2024. The new contract has a rights fee of $8.8 billion. The original, 14-year deal was at $10.8 billion.

FGCU head coach considering joining NC State staff as an assistant -

Florida Gulf Coast's Joe Dooley is considering resigning his position as head coach of the Eagles to join Mark Gottfried's staff at North Carolina State, multiple sources told CBS Sports.

- Professional Sports -

Report: Bulls players were upset about Kirk Hinrich trade -

Hinrich's trade, which was strongly debated internally, had another ripple effect in an already fragile locker room.

Umpires who escalate rather than defuse arguments need to grow up -

Be the official. Be the teacher. Be the adult. Be the judges you are paid to be, MLB umpires. Stop making situations worse. Walk away or verbally reply with a positive tone in professional manner. It's not overly difficult, so stop making it look that way.

WATCH: Dodgers' Yasiel Puig gets 'handsy' to avoid the tag -

As you're about to see, Puig was safe at second by virtue of that aforementioned haste out of the box and also the rarely glimpsed "jazz-hands" slide that he inflicted upon Snakes second baseman Jean Segura.