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Last Stand: No. 3 Jayhawks surge past No. 4 Baylor in final minutes, 67-65 |
“Let’s get outta here,” Howard yelled. “Let’s get outta here. Nobody’s showering. Let’s get outta here.”

Kansas softball wins two shutouts |
Ania Williams pitched a one-hit shutout and Alexis Reid tossed a two-hit shutout as Kansas softball team won two games Saturday in the Osprey Invitational in Jacksonville, Fla.

Kansas baseball falls to Liberty, 6-1 |
The Kansas baseball team was held to four hits Saturday and suffered its first loss of the season against Liberty, 6-1, at Riley Park in Charleston, S.C.

KU golfers third after second round |
Kansas’ men’s golf team held third place among 22 teams after the second round of the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate on Saturday in Palm Desert, Calif.

Kansas goes cold in 75-60 loss to Texas Tech |
Kansas’ women’s basketball team sprinted to an 11-point first-half lead but couldn’t hold it in a 75-60 loss to Texas Tech on Saturday at United Supermarkets Arena in Lubbock, Texas.

Notebook: Buzzer-beater gives Jayhawks 'big momentum boost' at half; KU up three games in Big 12 |
On a day when No. 3 Kansas made just 5-of-20 3-point attempts in a 67-65 win over No. 4 Baylor, back-to-back 3-pointers just before halftime helped save the Jayhawks.

Jayhawks win battle of top-four teams at Baylor |
With the unflinching approach the Kansas basketball team has shown all season long, the Jayhawks took a major step toward the program’s 13th-consecutive Big 12 championship Saturday afternoon, with a 67-65 road victory at Baylor.

KU learned from K-State’s mistake and stymied Baylor on game’s biggest possession

Kansas defeated Baylor 67-65 on Saturday afternoon by locking down defensively in the game’s final seconds. The Jayhawks, in doing so, improved to 10-1 in Big 12 games decided by single digits.

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WATCH: Kevin Durant announced as 'OKC's own' at NBA All-Star Saturday -
During All-Star festivities Saturday night in New Orleans, the Pelicans’ PA announcer introduced Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant as “OKC’s own Kevin Durant.”

The Good, the Bad, the Awesome and the Ugly of NBA All-Star Saturday Night 2017 -
Kristaps Porzingis won the Skills competition, Eric Gordon was a flamethrower, the Big Easy was jumping, and the dunk contest ... well, let’s never talk about that again after this.

2017 NBA Dunk Contest highlights: Robinson wins, but we all lose for watching -
With Aaron Gordon struggling in the first round, Robinson quickly made his mark on the event with a vertically challenged dunk. Creating anticipation by bringing out two people, Robinson first had his assistants stand right next to each other, but then he upped the ante by having one go on the one’s shoulders. This proved to not be difficult for Robinson as he easily skied over the mini-human tower

WATCH: John Calipari goes on curse-laden rant in defending Mark Fox, Mark Gottfried -
“But he keeps his team together,” Calipari says of Fox. “That’s coaching. Not when things are going good. It’s when things go south and you lose a bunch in a row, how do you get them and go. ... Well we all want to win more. No kidding. Live [in my shoes]. You wanna win more? We gotta win by 25 or we got problems. We win by two or in overtime, people are jumping off bridges.”

WATCH: Stephen Curry had the All-Star stage, and it got awkward really fast -
Following Eric Gordon’s victory in the 3-point contest on All-Star Saturday night, TNT broadcaster Ernie Johnson stopped the action at the Smoothie King Arena in New Orleans to put on a touching tribute to the late, great former TNT broadcaster Craig Sager.

Kyrie Irving doubles down on flat Earth belief, offers thoughts on dinosaurs -

“I think people should do their own research, man,” Irving said. “Hopefully they’ll either back my belief or they’ll throw it in the water. But I think it’s interesting for people to find out on their own.