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Frank Mason Excited to Start Teaching at his Basketball Camp

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KU's receiving depth has David Beaty fired up about group's potential |
When third-year Kansas football coach David Beaty makes a public appearance or fields questions from reporters, he often finds himself on the topics of KU’s quarterback competition and/or the program’s current star defensive linemen, Dorance Armstrong Jr. and Daniel Wise.

K-State football captain Dayton Valentine grew up a KU fan |
Long before Dayton Valentine was named one of the five captains of the Kansas State football team, he had dreams of playing for a different team in the state.

Chris Thompson, hottest Saturday putter in Omaha, slips into deep freeze Sunday |
Same man, same putter, same caddie, same greens. Couldn’t miss Saturday, couldn’t make one Sunday. It even happens to men so skilled they make their livings playing golf.

Kings guard Frank Mason eager to coach youths at his area camps
“I’m not tired at all. Never stop grinding,” the 5-foot-11 (he’s now listed as 6 feet by the Kings) Mason said Monday in a phone interview with The Star conducted in advance of his return to the Sunflower State for three one-day Frank Mason Basketball Camps for youths.

Devonté Graham signs autographs, gears up for KU’s upcoming trip to Italy
Kansas basketball veteran Devonté Graham and newcomer Malik Newman were mobbed by youngsters seeking autographs and pictures after the Jayhawk guards finished judging the Hardwood Classic slam dunk contest Friday night at Sports Pavilion Lawrence at Rock Chalk Park.

Other Sports

Who is the best NBA player from your state? -
Ever find yourself tossing and turning late at night wondering who is the best player ever born in South Dakota? Well you've come to the right place.

NBA Free Agency: How Derrick Rose fits with the Cleveland Cavaliers and LeBron -
In 2011, Derrick Rose was arguably the best basketball player in the world. He had gone from phenom, to explosive rookie, to leading an upstart Bulls team vs. the mighty Celtics in 2009, to winning MVP in 2011 for a No. 1 seed. Everything had gone Rose's way.

MLB Trade: Royals stock up on arms in six-player deal with the Padres -
The Royals are hot right now, having won five straight games, and are looking for one last deep playoff run before much of the nucleus hits free agency after the season. This is a pretty savvy move to bulk up the pitching staff without coughing up a ton of future value.

Jordan Spieth continues all-time trajectory with Open Championship win -
The 146th Open Championship had been over for less time than it took Jordan Spieth to play the 13th hole on Sunday, and he was already talking about history.

Other News

Watch 300 Jedi Absolutely Slaughter 60,000 Medieval Soldiers
This latest simulation, courtesy of YouTuber SergiuHellDragoonHQ and a PC game called Ultimate Epic Battle Simulator, is yet another Star Wars sequel waiting to happen. The Jedi spend a few years shoring up their numbers again, and then find a time machine which takes them back (or forward?) to medieval England to right history’s wrongs. It has summer blockbuster written all over it!

Stephen A. Smith's "Sources" Tell Him LeBron James Wants To Beat Kyrie Irving's Ass
Stephen A. Smith is back from a brief vacation from his radio show, and, boy, is he back. With a claim from some anonymous sources that LeBron James would be tempted to beat Kyrie Irving’s ass were they in the same room.

Many people consider Malmö, Sweden a quick in and out day trip from Copenhagen or a place to kill a few hours when waiting for a connecting train, but those people are missing out on an up and coming city with a burgeoning culinary and arts scene. (Ed Note - Give our friend Dnoll’s blog a click)