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Ellis, Selden, Diallo begin NBA combine today

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- Kansas Sports -

Three Jayhawks to Participate in NBA Draft Combine This Week

The combine will televised on ESPN2 on Thursday and Friday, and NBATV on Saturday and Sunday.

KU football coach David Beaty visits the Mile High City | Tale of the Tait |

Monday night in Colorado, Beaty joined former KU great and current Denver Bronco Chris Harris at a sports bar in Denver, where both the coach and the former KU cornerback talked to the fans that showed up about the state of Kansas football entering 2016.

Payne, Wait Vying for Pan American Cup roster spot with USA Volleyball

University of Kansas volleyball standouts Kelsie Payne and Cassie Wait are among 19 athletes invited by the U.S. Women's National Team to train and compete for a Pan American Cup roster spot, an event scheduled to take place June 30 to July 11 in Dominican Republic. Tryouts begin June 20 in Anaheim, California.

Softball - Kansas Concludes 2016 Regular Season With Cyclones

All three games can be heard on the Jayhawk Radio Network while Saturday's game will air on the Jayhawk Television Network.

Tennis - Chapman Tabbed ITA Central Region Coach of the Year

Kansas women's tennis head coach Todd Chapman was named the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Central Region Coach of the Year Tuesday after leading the Jayhawks to their first NCAA Championship bid in 17 years. Chapman picked up the honor a day after freshman Anastasiya Rychagova was tabbed the ITA Central Regional Freshman of the Year.

- More Realignment Talk -

Big 12 Expansion: It Will Happen, But When? - Wide Right & Natty Lite

The Big 12 is relying on a data firm to tell them what most of us already know: expansion is profitable. So where does the Big 12 go from here and is it sustainable?

What USF Is Doing About Big XII Expansion - The Daily Stampede

It's a lot more than they're letting on in public.

Forget adding 2 teams. The Big 12 should add 14. -

Should the Big 12 add BYU, Cincinnati, UConn, Houston, UCF, or others? The answer is yes. Let's go crazy, and here's a way to make it work.

- College Sports -

Wichita State basketball hires former assistant Chris Jans for non-coaching position | The Wichita Eagle

Bowling Green fired Jans on April 2, 2015 after an incident at a bar near the Ohio school’s campus. Jans acknowledged acting inappropriately toward some female patrons.

Romar Hires Porter: Loyalty, Gamesmanship or a Rabbit Out of a Hat? - UW Dawg Pound

What are we to make of the hire of Michael Porter, Sr to the Washington Huskies Men's Basketball staff?

Why Penn State's complicated future still begins with Joe Paterno -

The complicated future of Penn State -- both on and of the field -- is largely in the hands of coach James Franklin but still tied to the past and Joe Paterno.

- Professional Sports -

Sixers coach 'thrilled' with Joel Embiid's progress | 'Hawks in the NBA |

Philadelphia coach Brett Brown, in an interview on Sports Radio 94 WIP in Philadelphia, went as far as to say he thinks Embiid, who missed each of the previous two years due to foot injuries — or one injury with a complication, depending on how you look at it — will play in the Sixers’ 2016-17 season opener.

Westbrook, Thunder have Spurs on brink of elimination: Takeaways -

For the second time this season, the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the San Antonio Spurs on their home floor, becoming the first team to do so this season. And for the second time in the second-round series between the Thunder and the Spurs, a non-call had an impact on the game.

NBA 2K16 will make video game Steph Curry as good as real life -

Under Armour announced on Tuesday that for 30 hours beginning on Thursday after Game 5 of the Warriors' series against Portland, 2K16 will bump Curry to a 99 overall rating. This will apparently make him the greatest shooter in NBA 2K history.

The legend of Al Bundy and the time the Steelers actually signed Ed O'Neill -

Before Ed O'Neill was Sofia Vergara's husband on 'Modern Family,' and decades before that, shoe salesman Al Bundy on 'Married with Children,' he was a football player.