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Former Robert Morris shooting guard Rodney Pryor, who averaged 18.5 points and 8.0 rebounds a game for the (10-22) Colonials last season, tells cbssports.com and Rivals.com he is planning on making a recruiting visit to Kansas University.
I know a lot has been made about KU’s early exits, both under Roy Williams and Bill Self, and these facts certainly don’t eliminate those losses. But it sure seems like the following list proves, in yet another way, just how consistently strong Kansas basketball has been in the past 30 years.
4. Kansas: This ranking is based on the Jayhawks landing Class of 2016 star Josh Jackson, who remains uncommitted but is reportedly leaning toward KU. Combine him with that better-than-most-think backcourt of Frank Mason and Devonte' Graham, and other veterans like Landen Lucas, Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk and Carlton Bragg, and Bill Self will be expected to win his 13th straight Big 12 championship.
Four runs in the first inning is all the Jayhawks needed as the Kansas baseball team defeated Baker (Kan.), 6-1, Tuesday afternoon at Hoglund Ballpark.
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The Huskies finished 38-0 and won those games by an average margin of 39.4 points. That number is just ridiculous. The Huskies did not have a single-digit margin of victory all season. They won 25 of their 38 games by at least 40 points.
Kentucky freshman Skal Labissiere entered the NBA Draft on Tuesday. He will not return to school. And if you don't understand why that's smart, Gary Parrish can explain.
Meyer didn't really address if Young's claims were true. He did, however, show remorse for the Buckeyes' delayed interest in Young.
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The Warriors (69-9) have lost twice at home in the past five nights. Chicago also lost two late home games that season before ending up with the record 72 wins. The Warriors now must sweep their final four games to break that mark.
We present to thee, the Royal World Series championship ring.
Oliver purchased six season tickets and gave them away to fans for 25 cents each. The catch: you had to dress "like you never sat in a premium location before. What that means is up to you."