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Yes, my good man, I'll have the milk steak, boiled over hard, and your finest jelly beans...raw.

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Self: Ankle injury not devastating for KU guard Svi Mykhailiuk | KUsports.com
“Even though he obviously would have wanted to continue, the last impression they have of him is how well he shot the ball on Thursday,” Self told the Journal-World on Friday evening. "He had a chance to work out for a couple of teams beforehand and shot the ball extremely well and he shot the ball so well the first day (of the combine).”

Lokedi, Dudarev win Big 12 track and field titles for Kansas at Rock Chalk Park | KUsports.com
Kansas junior Sharon Lokedi won her second Big 12 10,000-meter title Friday night and freshman Gleb Dudarev set a school record in the hammer throw to win that event in the first day of the Big 12 track and field championships at Rock Chalk Park.

Kansas takes baseball series opener from Kansas State, 5-4 | KUsports.com
Kansas State right-handed reliever Ward Price on the mound. Leadoff man Rudy Karre at the plate. Crack. Karre launched a sinking line drive to right-center. It stayed in the air for a brief eternity. Wildcats center fielder Cameron Thompson made a nice break on the ball and laid out to try to make what would have been a spectacular catch. It got past him for a double and pinch runner Blake Shinkle scored the go-ahead run from second. A dominant KU bullpen made it stand up in a 5-4 victory in the opener of a three-game series.

LeBron James sings Jayhawks' praises following Cavs' victory parade in Cleveland | 'Hawks in the NBA | KUsports.com
“I understand how big Kansas basketball is, and, with Rio and Cole Aldrich, I know how huge they were in college, so I understand. The fans were great. It’s always fun coming into cities that don’t have an NBA team, and they get an opportunity to see us live. And to come out here and play as well as we did was great.”

Thunder’s Nick Collison not ready to retire; Drew Gooden in town for graduation
“I’m getting All-Star votes, so clearly I’m a player,” the 36-year-old former Kansas power forward said jokingly in a recent interview with the Oklahoman.

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Thunder’s Nick Collison not ready to retire; Drew Gooden in town for graduation
“I’m getting All-Star votes, so clearly I’m a player,” the 36-year-old former Kansas power forward said jokingly in a recent interview with the Oklahoman.

WATCH: Celtics pretty clearly robbed of time in closing seconds of Game 6 loss - CBSSports.com
It was neck and neck down the stretch as the Wizards battled for their playoff lives, and after Al Horford (unintentionally?) banked in a shot with just under eight seconds to go, the Wiz were on life support. That's when John Wall stepped up with a clutch 3-pointer to give his squad the lead, and breathe plenty of life into the Verizon Center.

WATCH: John Wall sends Wizards-Celtics to Game 7 with ice-cold 3-pointer - CBSSports.com
After Boston's Al Horford banked in a shot from the wing with just under eight seconds to play, the Wizards were down by two, and had their season on the line. A loss would send them home for the summer; but a loss wasn't in John Wall's plans.

Browns No. 1 overall pick Myles Garrett says he 'can't be a savior' for Cleveland - CBSSports.com
The expectations heaped on a No. 1 overall pick in the NFL Draft are pretty huge. If you're taken with the top pick in the draft, it's expected that you will be able to make an impact on your team and potentially turn around the fortunes of a franchise that has presumably struggled.

2017 NBA Draft: Frank Jackson is leaving Duke early as a surprising one-and-done - CBSSports.com
Duke freshman guard Frank Jackson has decided to sign with an agent, a source confirmed to CBS Sports on Friday.

Even Kyrie Irving, who said the Earth is flat, thinks LaVar Ball needs to tone it down - CBSSports.com
"I'm sorry, LaVar, you're not going to be in every hotel room that Lonzo is going to be in," Kyrie said. "You're not going to be everywhere and part of his life as he continues to grow up. You got to let go. He's 19 years old. Don't get me wrong, I don't want it to bypass him being a father, but he's got to let Lonzo be Lonzo for the long haul."