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Two-and-done?: Udoka Azubuike talks power game, college impact | Smithology |
With Kansas basketball underclassmen Cheick Diallo, Wayne Selden Jr. and Brannen Greene already tossing their names into the 2016 NBA Draft pool for consideration, and senior bigs Perry Ellis and Jamari Traylor moving on — not to mention the possibility of more underclassmen testing the draft waters — right now very few things are certain about the 2016-17 KU roster.

KU 4X400 relays advance in Texas |
Both Kansas University’s men’s and women’s 4X400-meter relay teams advanced to the event finals of the Texas Relays on Friday.

KU tennis falls to TCU |
Kansas University managed just one singles victory in a 4-1 Big 12 tennis loss to TCU on Friday.

Kansas golfer leading in Dallas |
Kansas University’s Yupaporn Kawinpakorn shot a two-round total of 7-under 137 to take a commanding lead at the DAC/SMU Women’s Golf Invitaitonal on Friday.

Walk-off slam sinks KU softball |
Kansas University was two outs away from a victory in its Big 12 softball opener when one swing turned the tide.

Krauth’s gem lifts KU baseball |
Ben Krauth allowed just one unearned run off six hits over seven innings, pitching Kansas University to a 6-1 Big 12 baseball victory over Baylor on Friday at Baylor Ballpark.

Kansas hoops notebook: Jayhawks reach out to Delaware transfer Holden |
Kansas University on Thursday reached out to high-scoring Delaware sophomore Kory Holden, CBS analyst Jeff Borzello reports. Holden, a 6-2, 180-pound point guard from Salisbury, Md., averaged 17.7 points (off 39.4 percent shooting) with 126 assists against 88 turnovers for Delaware (7-23). He hit 69 of 178 threes for 38.8 percent. He would have to sit out next season in accordance with transfer rules. Maryland, Miami, South Carolina, USC, Seton Hall, Arizona and Virginia Tech reportedly are interested.

Other Sports

Celtics stun the Warriors at Oracle: 5 things to know -
The Boston Celtics shocked the Golden State Warriors with a 109-106 victory over the defending champions at Oracle Arena on Friday. It was the Warriors' first home loss of the season, and it dropped them to 68-8 as they chase the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls' single-season wins record. Perhaps they can take solace in the fact that they still have the best record through 76 games in NBA history.

LeBron James passes Oscar Robertson for 11th on NBA scoring list -
One day after passing Dominique Wilkins for 12th on the NBA's all-time scoring list, LeBron James passed another Hall of Famer -- Oscar Robertson -- for the 11th spot. In the third quarter against the Atlanta Hawks on Friday, the Cleveland Cavaliers superstar scored on a goaltended layup to pass Robertson and reach 26,711 points.

Tiger Woods announces he will miss 2016 Masters due to bad back -
Tiger Woods announced Friday that he will not play in the 2016 Masters because of his back injury. Woods has maintained all spring that there is no timetable for his return.

Other News

LAPD: Knife found at O.J. Simpson's old house is not the murder weapon -
The Los Angeles Police Department concluded on Friday that the knife found on a property formerly owned by O.J. Simpson was not the weapon used to murder Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman in 1994.

Why Your Children's Television Program Sucks: Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
Remember those hand puppets on Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, the ones that lived in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe? Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood animated them, turned them into grown-ups, where, in a land of make-believe, they helicopter parent some of the most irritating children known to man or animal kind.