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KU basketball coach Bill Self reacts to ‘significant changes’ implemented by NCAA
The NCAA’s board of governors and Division I board of directors on Wednesday adopted rules changes to college basketball that allow players to hire agents, let undrafted players return to school and alter the recruiting model.

Former KU star Frank Mason reportedly being sued by Lil Wayne’s agency
TMZ reported that Mason parted ways with rapper Lil Wayne’s Weezy’s Young Money APAA Sports Group in April, one year after he signed with the agency ahead of the 2017 NBA Draft. Mason was the 34th overall pick by the Sacramento Kings.

Get to know the 2018 KU football roster: Wide receivers
With players having reported in Lawrence and Fall camp underway, Phog.net will be taking you through the current roster to look at how the team stacks up at each position and what newcomers and returners should be expected to contribute.

KU football news: OL Jacobi Lott leaves practice in ambulance, reportedly stable
According to the Lawrence Journal-World, Jacobi Lott, a freshman offensive lineman and nephew of NFL legend Ronnie Lott, "suffered an unspecified form of trauma that was deemed a code red due to its critical nature by paramedics who arrived on the seen."

Report: Former KU guard Mario Chalmers draws interest from three NBA teams
The NBA’s Brooklyn Nets, Dallas Mavericks and New Orleans Pelicans have expressed interest in free-agent guard Mario Chalmers, ESPN’s Marc Spears reported on Tuesday.

Other Sports

Jaylen Brown confident Boston Celtics will reach NBA Finals in 2019 -- 'No question'
Jaylen Brown believes the Boston Celtics will represent the Eastern Conference in the 2019 NBA Finals.

Hackers compromise PGA of America files
The PGA of America is trying to regain control of computer servers that have kept officials from accessing files for the PGA Championship, according to Golfweek.

Kawhi Leonard of Toronto Raptors breaks silence to thank San Antonio Spurs
New Toronto Raptors forward Kawhi Leonard summed up his farewell to San Antonio and the Spurs in two words: "Thank you."

NCAA's new proposed rules blindsides NBA, USA Basketball officials
Top officials with the NBA and USA Basketball were blindsided by the timing and changes in the NCAA's announcement of future rules surrounding pro basketball prospects, sources told ESPN.

KU basketball coach Bill Self reacts to ‘significant changes’ implemented by NCAA
The NCAA’s board of governors and Division I board of directors on Wednesday adopted rules changes to college basketball that allow players to hire agents, let undrafted players return to school and alter the recruiting model.

Former KU star Frank Mason reportedly being sued by Lil Wayne’s agency
TMZ reported that Mason parted ways with rapper Lil Wayne’s Weezy’s Young Money APAA Sports Group in April, one year after he signed with the agency ahead of the 2017 NBA Draft. Mason was the 34th overall pick by the Sacramento Kings.

Other News

American Pickers Found Aerosmith's Original International Metro Tour Van and It's Extremely Cool
In a recent episode of the History Channel’s American Pickers, the two hosts who drive around buying up antiques discovered Aerosmith’s original tour van in western Massachusetts. It’s a 1964 International Harvester Metro Van, and even after all these years sitting and rotting, it’s still awesome.

Asbestos Detected in Some Playskool Crayons: PIRG
Parents picking up school supplies for their kids this season may want to go for the more expensive crayon brands this time around. A new study found that Playskool’s crayons were the only major brand that contained traces of asbestos.

James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy 3 Script Still May Be Used
According to the Hollywood Reporter, multiple sources have said Marvel is likely to use Gunn’s script for the sequel, but will not ask him back to direct. That potential decision means his representatives and the studio are “locked in complicated negotiations” over contracts and credits—but the report suggests that ultimately, Gunn may get up to $10 million for his work on the movie since there was no breach of contract.