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KU Basketball Notebook | KUsports.com

Liberty transfer Evan Maxwell officially signs with Kansas; 2017 #2 overall recruit Michael Porter cuts KU

Banks Floodman leaving Williams Fund | KUsports.com

“It was not an easy decision to leave KU, and it’s still not easy,” Floodman told the Journal-World. “It’s the only thing I know, and I’m very passionate about it and always will be.”

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Matt Campbell was a great hire for Iowa State, but a brutal schedule will define his debut - SBNation.com

The Big 12's hardest place to win tries another new approach.

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Thomas Robinson expected to opt for free agency | 'Hawks in the NBA | KUsports.com

Robinson played in 71 games for the Nets in his first — and what could be his only — season with the organization, but only averaged 12.9 minutes a game. The backup big man averaged 4.3 points and 5.1 rebounds and shot 44.7% from the floor.

Ben McLemore dons Chewbacca mask in video parody | All Eyes on KU | KUsports.com

In a parody of the latest queen of the Internet, the third-year Kings guard claims on camera he just got back from the store and is excited about his purchase.

Cavaliers vs. Raptors 2016 results: Toronto survives Cleveland rally to take Game 4 - SBNation.com

Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan had huge games as the Raptors won 105-99 to even the series at 2-2.

Mount Everest Climber: ‘Don’t Try to Reach the Summit at All Costs’ - Yahoo Sports

“Everest is this iconic peak. It’s very magnetic. It draws a lot of people there,” Viesturs, 56, told TIME on Monday. “To be at the absolute pinnacle of the world and look around, it’s that perfect moment. But I’ve always had this motto that climbing has to be a round trip. I’ve always understood that getting off the mountain was more important than getting to the top.”