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Current KU Roster Mauls KU Veterans in Scrimmage

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Graham, Newman lead current Jayhawks past star-studded cast of former players at camp scrimmage |
Shortly after introducing his current team and a star-studded cast of alums to the hundreds of young campers at Wednesday’s session of Self’s summer camps, the KU coach explained the rules for the alumni scrimmage — first team to 80 wins, old guys against the current guys, fouls will be called only when absolutely necessary — and then issued a challenge.

Former Jayhawk Aldrich all in on Roundball Classic cause |
“If there’s one guy who I can call up and say, ‘Hey, man, this little girl’s going through a tough time and could really use a pick-me-up video right now,’ it’s Cole Aldrich,” said Hanni ahead of Thursday’s ninth annual Roundball Classic, set for 7 p.m. at Free State High. “And he’ll fire it back to me in two minutes.”

NBA Finals News, if you are into that sort of thing

It's possible LeBron is the GOAT, but now we're seeing the Warriors are the best ever -
We are one game away from knowing that the guy who may be the best player of all time has no chance against what is perhaps the greatest team of all time.

NBA Finals Game 3: Warriors solve their lone weakness; only history in way now -
Their defense started out shaky. Maybe that would be the weakness. Nope, they fixed that. Then it was the balance between Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry. Perhaps there really wasn't enough ball to go around. Nope, they solved that. Last year they were complacent, especially in Game 3s. They've now swept Game 3s.

LeBron on Warriors: 'probably most firepower I've played against in my career' -
LeBron James has done everything humanly possible to try and will the Cleveland Cavaliers to victory in the 2017 NBA Finals, but it just hasn't mattered. He's averaging a triple-double in the series, putting up 32 points, 12.3 rebounds, and 10.3 assists per game, and in Game 3 alone he played 46 minutes, and finished with 39 points, 11 rebounds, and nine assists.

Other Sports News

Creighton’s Greg McDermott is offered coaching job at Ohio State -
It remains unclear exactly where or when Ohio State's coaching search will end. But among the serious candidates to emerge since Monday's surprising removal of Thad Matta is Creighton's Greg McDermott, with a source telling CBS Sports that he had been offered the job on Wednesday.

Pittsburgh media: Nashville not a 'hockey town,' Preds using fake crowd noise -
Jeff Verszyla, "Pittsburgh's chief meteorologist" and the host of a Pittsburgh Steelers kids show on KDKA-TV, kicked things off in advance of the Predators' 4-1 blowout of the Pens in Monday's Game 4, tweeting that he was "really getting tired of hearing about Nashville's fans" and that "one Stanley Cup Playoffs does not make a Hockey Town."

Bob Stoops retires after 18 seasons with Oklahoma, Lincoln Riley to take over -
Stoops leaves Oklahoma with a 190-48 record (101-9 at home), 10 conference titles in the Big 12 and a national crown after winning 2001 BCS Championship Game. He is the Sooners' all-time winningest coach and will remain with the university as special assistant to the athletic director.