KU notebook: Former Jayhawk Markieff Morris is an expectant father, while Kelly Oubre needs knee treatment, guitar lessons
“We’re having a baby in September,” revealed Morris, the brother of twin Marcus Morris, another former Jayhawk. “I was hoping for twins, but we’re having a baby girl. I’ll be here (in Washington) for most of the summer working out. I can’t do too much moving,” Markieff added.
Texas Tech rolls past KU baseball | KUsports.com
Texas Tech broke a tie with a four-run fifth inning, then added six runs in the sixth and defeated Kansas, 16-4, in Big 12 baseball Friday night in Lubbock, Texas. Kansas (29-25, 11-12 Big 12) and Texas Tech (41-13, 15-8) will conclude the series at 2 p.m. today.
Early high school grad Kyron Johnson ahead of schedule thanks to spring experience | KUsports.com
The past several months could have been a breeze for Kyron Johnson. A semester’s worth of classes to wrap up his days at Lamar High, in Arlington, Texas. Some weight-lifting and conditioning to stay in football shape. Hanging out with longtime friends before they all parted ways as incoming freshmen at various universities.
Perry Ellis a different player after one season in D-League
“I am a little bit different player now,” Ellis said. “I would say I am shooting a lot more and putting in a lot of work on ballhandling and things of that sort. I have been focusing hard on that since the season ended and it is all really coming along. It is exciting to see how much progress I am making.”
Unlike last year, Cavs aren't waiting for trouble before flipping the switch - CBSSports.com
Remember when there were concerns about the Cleveland Cavaliers? Just six weeks ago, their 16-18 record after the All-Star break and 22nd-ranked defense were supposed to mean something. After 10 straight playoff wins in which they have looked downright dominant, those regular-season worries seem equal parts ancient and absurd.
Cavs looking downright scary, completely destroy Celtics in Game 2: Takeaways - CBSSports.com
The Cleveland Cavaliers... I don't know, man. What's the word? Destroyed? Annihilated? Obliterated? Humiliated? Yeah, humiliated. The Cavs humiliated the Boston Celtics 130-86 in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals. They outscored the Celtics 40-13 in the 2nd quarter alone, and led by 50 at one point in the 4th.
Cavs say LeBron James was slighted in MVP, All-NBA: 'Nobody roots for Goliath' - CBSSports.com
"Somebody's trippin'," Cleveland Cavaliers big man Tristan Thompson yelled to the locker next to his. Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith was talking about LeBron James being left off one media member's All-NBA First Team, and Thompson interrupted to succinctly sum up the team's opinion on the matter.
NBA MVP or not, LeBron James is the best player in the world
James continued his playoff brilliance in the Cleveland Cavaliers' 130-86 victory over the Boston Celtics in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals Friday night with 30 points, seven assists, four rebounds, four steals and three blocked shots.
LeBron James wore an interesting shirt to practice today
Cavaliers star LeBron James raised eyebrows when he peeled off his practice jersey on Tuesday to reveal a T-shirt featuring a leprechaun on the front. According to Cleveland.com, the logo is of his high school, St. Vincent-St. Mary High in Akron, whose mascot is the Fighting Irish.
Here's why LeBron James not being an NBA MVP finalist is ridiculous
But if LeBron can't make the final three for the MVP award — for the first time since 2008 — while he's playing the best basketball we've ever seen, what are we even doing here?