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At Selden’s latest pre-draft session, with the Hornets, he hit unguarded 2-point jumpers and 3-pointers from the left wing and left corner with ease. During one drill, the 232-pound shooting guard ran from corner to corner, finishing alley-oops at the rim each time he passed through the paint.
Imagine for a minute that KU had a couple of guys on its roster that were elite-level prospects who, every day, could push Mason and Graham in every way and get the most out of them while preparing them daily for what they’ll encounter during the upcoming season.
Ayton told 247sports that he only plans to visit three schools this summer - Arizona, Kentucky and Kansas. He refused to say those were his top three, though it appears to be clear that Kansas and Kentucky are his top two.
“It’s always good to be back in Lawrence, Kan. It’s home for me. I love seeing my former teammates and all the coaches. It’s good to come back and enjoy the love,” McLemore added.
Check out the highlights from the charity game, which included the Red team’s Nick Bradford, Kevin Young, Jeff Graves, Scot Pollard and Los Angeles Clippers center Cole Aldrich.
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In a motion filed Thursday as part of the lawsuit, Briles said he wants new attorneys separate from the school, and his personal attorney said Baylor was using the coach as a scapegoat for its failings in handling allegations of sexual assault.
First-year Michigan athletic director Warde Manuel said Thursday the satellite camp tour will cost the university roughly $350,000.
He likes a format in which a team can suffer an early-season loss and still recover to be in the playoff discussion.
2017 three-star Iowa defensive tackle Juan Harris has now decommitted from the Hawkeyes three different times in the course of a year and a half. Three decommits from three different schools has been pulled off before, but accomplishing it three times with a single program is a rare feat.
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LeBron James had one of the craziest, most dominant fourth quarters in a Finals game that we perhaps have ever seen.
The U.S. got goals from Clint Dempsey and Gyasi Zardes and hung on desperately to beat Ecuador 2-1 in a wild South American-style game (one that featured two red cards and a coach being sent off) to advance to the Copa América Centenario semifinals next Tuesday in Houston.
The United States is playing their best soccer under Jurgen Klinsmann because John Brooks is their best center back in a generation.
The International Association of Athletics Federations chose Friday to uphold its decision to ban Russian athletes from international competition because of doping, according to multiple British media reports.