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Cleveland Takes KU Catcher Tinsley in 7th Round

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Kansas News

Self singles out Simien, Robertson at Parent/Child Camp |
Bill Self was mighty happy to see one of his former Kansas University basketball players, Wayne Simien, and one of Roy Williams’ KU players, Ryan Robertson, bring their children to his Parent/Child camp Friday in Allen Fieldhouse and Horejsi Center

Kansas throwers Cooper, Ceban 10th, 13th in discus |
For the second consecutive season, Kansas University junior Mitch Cooper earned second-team All-America honors, while sophomore Nicolai Ceban accomplished the feat for the first time at the NCAA Track and Field Outdoor on Friday at Hayward Field.

Indians take KU catcher Tinsley in 7th |
With the 212th pick of the 2016 Major League Baseball (MLB) Draft, the Cleveland Indians selected Kansas University junior catcher Michael Tinsley on Friday afternoon.

Wiggins won’t play for Canada |
Andrew Wiggins will not play for Canada in the Olympic qualifying tournament this July, instead preferring to spend his summer gearing up for his third season with the Minnesota Timberwolves

Former KU football commitment Jared Hocker picks Texas Tech |
Just a couple of days after de-committing from Kansas, Class of 2017 offensive lineman Jared Hocker announced Friday on Twitter that he had committed to Texas Tech.

NBA Finals

With the critics chirping, Steph Curry does what Klay Thompson expected -
Enveloping the slander, as Green put it, was a cocoon of facts. Curry, who averaged 30.1 points per game and broke his own record with 402 3-pointers during the regular season, had yet to score 20 points in any of the first three games. He wasn't himself. Part of it was him, and part of it was the defensive job that the Cleveland Cavaliers were doing on the NBA's most electrifying player.

LeBron James losing cool as a career of Finals frustration mounts -
Perhaps LeBron saw, or felt, all of that pressing down when he lost his cool against Green. They had to be separated, and LeBron unleashed a tirade toward the pesky, annoying and increasingly dirty player.

NBA Finals MVP rankings: Andre Iguodala on top, but race is wide open -
So the Golden State Warriors took a 3-1 lead over the Cleveland Cavaliers Friday night behind a 108-97 victory in Game 4, moving to within one win of capping their fairytale season and entering "dynasty territory" with their second consecutive title.

Tourism News

Friendly reminder if you are visiting one of our national parks this summer, don't be like these people. The rules are in place for a reason.

Why Yellowstone Euthanized A Baby Bison After Tourist 'Rescue'
Last week, two international tourists showed up at a Yellowstone ranger station with the bison calf in the trunk of their SUV, despite the park’s road signs, flyers and verbal reminders not to approach wildlife.

Tourist dies at Yellowstone National Park after falling into boiling, acidic spring |
The death of a tourist who left a boardwalk and fell into a boiling, acidic spring in Yellowstone National Park offers a sobering reminder that visitors need to follow the rules, park officials and observers said.