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When Pam gets Michael’s old chair then I will get her chair and have 2 chairs. Only 1 more to go

Kansas News

Coming up big: Udoka Azubuike helps Jayhawks rally past WVU | KUsports.com
After Kansas sophomore Udoka Azubuike dropped 21 points in 31 minutes to help lead the Jayhawks to a wild, 77-69, comeback victory over West Virginia on Saturday evening at Allen Fieldhouse, one of the most popular questions tossed KU's way was whether the game was the best of Azubuike's still-young career.

Cole Aldrich calls jersey retirement ceremony 'really humbling' | KUsports.com
With his wife, Britt, by his side, and his dad, Walt, and brother, Grant, there to support him, as well — dad decked out in a No. 45 Kansas basketball T-Shirt, no less — former Kansas big man Cole Aldrich returned to Allen Fieldhouse on Saturday for the moment of a lifetime.

Comeback kids: Jayhawks rally to knock off West Virginia again | KUsports.com
Saturday night at Allen Fieldhouse, the Jayhawks rediscovered the Morgantown magic that helped them pull off a major comeback in their first meeting with West Virginia.

No. 3 Lady Bears rout Jayhawks, 88-51 | KUsports.com
Baylor coach Kim Mulkey has often said she never tells a shooter to stop shooting when they go into a slump.

Other Sports

Eric Hosmer agrees to deal with San Diego Padres
The deal is worth $144 million, which would be the largest in Padres franchise history, according to multiple reports. The deal was first reported Saturday night by the San Diego-Union Tribune.

Eric Hosmer agrees to deal with San Diego Padres
The deal is worth $144 million, which would be the largest in Padres franchise history, according to multiple reports. The deal was first reported Saturday night by the San Diego-Union Tribune.

Adam Silver discusses potential playoff changes ideas
NBA commissioner Adam Silver floated the possibility of a modified playoff seeding system Saturday that could pit the league's best two teams against each other in the Finals without changing the number of teams from each conference that make the postseason.

Family version of New England Patriots' Tom Brady Super Bowl LI ring sells for record $344,927
The ring, which has 265 diamonds compared to the 283 that Tom Brady's actual ring has and is about 10 percent smaller, has the same engraving that Brady's ring would have. The ring comes with a letter of appraisal from its maker, Jostens, for Brady that assesses its jewelry value at $29,700. Ken Goldin, president of Goldin Auctions, which sold the ring, would not say who consigned the ring or how it was obtained. Goldin also said the buyer prefers to remain anonymous.

Build Your Own NBA All-Star Team
Assume the role of All-Star captain, assemble your team and choose a coaching style. Do you have what it takes to defeat Team LeBron or Team Stephen?

Other News

Facebook Now Says It Will Verify Election Ad Buyers' Identities With Postcards
The process of using postcards containing a specific code will be required for advertising that mentions a specific candidate running for a federal office, Katie Harbath, Facebook’s global director of policy programs, said. The requirement will not apply to issue-based political ads, she said.

How NBC Flubbed Its Coverage, Reported The Wrong Gold Medalist, Then Botched The Correction Of One Of The Most Stunning Upsets In Olympic History
Hicks iterated Veith “ended up on top” as Miller commentated a replay of the Austrian’s would-be gold-medal performance, followed by yet another pronouncement by Hicks of the final podium standings. Ledecká was literally on the course at the time Hicks threw to the commercial break with the words, “Anna Veith still can’t believe it: she’s a gold medalist again.”