- Kansas Sports -
On Monday, November 21, George Washington will take on Georgia at 7:00pm ET on ESPNU, followed by Kansas and UAB at 9:30pm ET on ESPN2.
The former Kansas University standout, who is in Lawrence hosting a youth basketball camp with Andrew Wiggins at Sports Pavilion Lawrence, has received the NBA Cares Community Assist award in recognition of his charitable efforts in Sacramento and his hometown of Wellston, Mo.
“It would’ve been crazy playing with Wiggins and Joel and stuff like that,” McLemore said Wednesday. “But things happen for a reason. We’re both in a situation where we can give back to the kids and (try to) be one of the top players in the league, and work on our games and get better and play the game that we love, and that’s basketball.”
So what if the Big 12 made a rule that every program had to be represented on the All-Big 12 teams? Which 2016 player would represent KU, and why?
An injury that kept him out for most of camp and a good chunk of the 2015 season severely limited Booker’s productivity, but there’s no denying the impact he made when he was on the field.
For his continued efforts serving the community, Smithson was selected to a pair of preseason community service awards as the Wuerffel Trophy and Allstate American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Good Works Team were announced Wednesday.
The International League selected former Kansas hurler Frank Duncan to represent the Indianapolis Indians at the 2016 Sonic Automotive Triple-A All-Star Game presented by Gildan in Charlotte, North Carolina, Wednesday, July 13.
- College Sports -
Mack Rhoades leaving Missouri says even more about the state of Mizzou, and it's not a flattering commentary.
Briles was shown the door at Baylor in May amid controversy surrounding the Bears' football program.
Texas A&M quarterback Trevor Knight spoke at the 2016 SEC Media Days and compared SEC and Big 12 fans. Knight played at Oklahoma from 2012-2015 before transferring to the Aggies.
- Professional Sports -
“We are young, we’re gonna be playing hard, we’re going up and down, we’re gonna be all over the place on defense,” Wiggins said. “I feel like we’re gonna be a nightmare to play.”
Black’s character and work ethic figure to serve him well as the Lakers try to change course, under new coach Luke Walton. When Black, a 6-foot-9 big, reached a deal to stay with the Lakers, an increased role next season seemed implied. At the very least, the 24-year-old backup has a pretty good idea of what he’s getting into with the new regime.
- In The News -
The feeling of ennui poured over me during the drive to Durham, N.C. What if it was just me and three middle-aged guys walking around the outfield of an empty stadium catching Pidgeys? As much as I hoped the event would be amazing, my expectations were low.