How, and why, Albany guard Joe Cremo became one of the hottest targets in college basketball | KUsports.com
In the period of about four weeks, Joe Cremo transformed himself from little-known college basketball player who hails from a town of 3,000 people just north of Albany, N.Y., to one of the hottest commodities on the recruiting trail.
Notebook: Repetitions 'fairly even' for Kansas QBs this spring | KUsports.com
As University of Kansas football coaches evaluated their quarterbacks throughout the spring, each of the three Jayhawks vying for the starting job received equitable chances to make his case.
West Virginia slams reeling Kansas baseball team, 21-3 | KUsports.com
West Virginia slammed the reeling Kansas baseball team, 21-3, Friday night in the opener of a three-game series at Hoglund Ballpark.
Kansas powers its way to first Big 12 softball victory, 12-4, over Iowa State | KUsports.com
The Kansas softball team made its first Big 12 victory of the season a convincing one Friday at Arrocha Ballpark.
NCAA committee member Bill Self to sit in on talks concerning Rice recommendations
As a member of the NCAA Division I men’s basketball oversight committee, Kansas coach Bill Self will be involved in the process of considering the recommendations of Condoleezza Rice’s independent commission on how to solve some of the issues facing college basketball.
Fraschilla arrives at KU after travel scare: 'Have I made amends with my maker?'
Other fantasy coaches at camp for men 35 years and older: Doug Gottlieb, Doc Sadler, Miles Simon, Jerry Wainwright and Tim Welsh.
Becky Hammon, San Antonio Spurs assistant, to interview for Milwaukee Bucks opening
The Milwaukee Bucks plan to interview San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Becky Hammon for the franchise's head-coaching vacancy, league sources told ESPN on Friday.
Golden State Warriors' Draymond Green says he's not instigating Rajon Rondo of New Orleans Pelicans
"I haven't been getting into it with Rondo," Green said adamantly after the Warriors' 119-100 loss in Game 3 on Friday. "You've seen me get into it with people before. When have I gotten in into Rondo this series? Maybe once. I wouldn't even say getting into it, though."
New Orleans Pelicans kept belief they could beat Golden State Warriors NBA
Despite losing the first two games of their Western Conference semifinals to the Golden State Warriors, the Pelicans always believed that better performances were within them. After running over the Warriors in a 119-100 Game 3 victory, that confidence will only grow stronger. Anthony Davis had a monster night going off for 33 points and 18 rebounds while Rajon Rondo came through with 21 assists and 10 rebounds of his own, one fewer assist than the entire Warriors team combined. The Pelicans controlled the tempo throughout the night, never allowing the Warriors' vaunted offense to develop any rhythm.
Running the Numbers on the Ratio Champs of Congress
There is no worse fate that can befall a Tweeter than the dreaded ratio—when a tweet receives more responses than likes. Though elite pundits scoff at the wisdom of the crowd, the ratio is accepted by Twitter pros as an indicator of a tweet’s quality. If the number of people who felt the need to weigh in on your tweet is higher than the number of people who quietly approved of it, chances are that tweet was bad.
Restaurant offends diner by handing out special guidelines for kid patrons
As a parent, I expect to get seated in the least desirable parts of the restaurant when I’m out with my family—near the kitchen or bathrooms, away from the windows; this especially happened a lot when my kids were younger. I imagined the servers flipping coins to see who was going to have to take the twins table. I have mopped up more publicly spilled glasses of milk than seems humanly possible, always with a million apologies and an outwardly gracious yet likely inwardly seething member of the restaurant staff helping to clean up the mess. Once, when the twins were still in their toddler food-dropping stage, we pulled their chairs away from the restaurant table at the end of a Sunday brunch and other patrons actually gasped at how much food was on the floor. I tipped about 50 percent and have been too afraid to return to that restaurant ever since.
Google Minivan In 'Autonomous Mode' Involved In Crash In Arizona
A self-driving minivan belonging to Google’s self-driving car unit, Waymo, was involved in a crash in Chandler, Arizona on Friday. The aftermath looks brutal.
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