- KANSAS SPORTS -
“A lot of them can’t play,” he said, noting that Memphis transfers Dedric and K.J. Lawson, along with Cal transfer Charlie Moore, will have to sit out in accordance with NCAA transfer rules a la Malik Newman a season ago. “But they’ve got to learn what coach likes and the system and stuff like that. So it’s just basically learning everything over again and teaching them the Kansas ways.”
“I focus on what I can control and that’s just how the NBA is,” Mason said. “My job is to get better and go out and compete every day and just focus on those things, and everything else will take care of itself.”
This is not a bad schedule. It's ... acceptable. But I must point out that Kansas' non-con slate features only one road game (against a team that will probably struggle to make the NIT) and lacks midsize dosage of high-level competition.
Kansas track & field head coach Stanley Redwine, along with assistant coach Andy Kokhanovsky, took home Midwest Regional awards for the outdoor track season it was announced Sunday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).
Mr. Ed says: Don't actually click this link, it's not what the title says it is. It's just some millennial whining about Bill Self refusing to play Missouri.
- PROFESSIONAL SPORTS -
After leading by three at halftime, the Warriors used a huge third quarter to extend the lead to 14, and continued to build for a 132-113 victory at Oracle Arena in Oakland.
With a 132-113 win over the Cavaliers, the Warriors have now won 14 straight playoff games, passing the 2016-17 Cavs and the 1988-89 Lakers (both of which did it over two postseasons) to take sole possession of the record.
If anyone can make these notions that these Finals are already over soon look silly and shortsighted, it would be the best player of all-time. If that is LeBron James -- and it may still be -- this series could change, quickly. Just like it did last year, when Cleveland lost Game 1 by 15 and Game 2 by 33 and was left for dead.
If it’s rare and cool to hit 500, it’s a big freaking deal to hit 600.
- SOME PEOPLE HAVE ALL THE LUCK -
OK, time to start visiting all your elder relatives and going through their attics. A man in Tennessee found a bunch of unopened baseball, football and basketball cards that could end up fetching over $1 million.