- Kansas Sports -
The Celtics have the No. 3 overall pick in the draft, and certainly won’t take anyone from KU at that slot. But the franchise also owns the 16th and 23rd picks in the first round, as well as the following second-round picks: 31st, 35th, 45th, 51st and 58th.
Mario Little, a 28-year-old success story from the mean streets of Chicago’s Far South Side, bleeds emotionally for his city — one infested with violence to the tune of six deaths and 58 others wounded in shootings over Memorial Day weekend.
For KU fans, this might appear easy, but there are more than a few options.
The Kansas Court of Appeals has upheld the conviction of a Lawrence woman who stole two KU championship rings from her father-in-law and sold them for methamphetamine.
An internet fiber cable cut that crippled the University of Kansas earlier this spring could cost more than a million dollars to repair, and the school's Information Technology department is trying to find a way to prevent such an outage in the future.
- College Sports -
Oklahoma's lineup includes four freshmen and three sophomores, and sophomore Paige Parker pitched a complete game victory for the Sooners (55-7), who claimed their school-record 30th straight win. Those rising stars will face Auburn in a best-of-three series starting Monday.
The 18-year-old wing would then be eligible for the 2017 NBA Draft.
Criticism surrounding the case intensified when Dauber, the law professor, released a letter that Turner's father wrote to the judge before sentencing, pleading for leniency and telling the court his son has already paid a steep price for "20 minutes of action."
- Professional Sports -
Kimbo Slice, one of the most beloved and popular figures in the history of MMA, died Monday.
Pittsburgh's 3-1 victory in San Jose has the Sharks hanging on for dear life facing a 3-1 series deficit.