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Notebook: Kansas’ Big 12 Title Hopes Hang in the Balance in OSU Matchup

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Kansas News

Getting to know: Oklahoma State basketball | Jackson's Journal | KUsports.com
KU (21-7, 10-5 Big 12) is coming off a 64-49 victory over Kansas State, which leads the conference race along with Texas Tech. The Jayhawks took down the Cowboys for an 84-72 win in the first meeting this year, which took place Feb. 9 in Allen Fieldhouse.

Devon Dotson ideal guard for KU's late-season push | Smithology | KUsports.com
Ask Devon Dotson to identify the best 3-point shooter on the Kansas basketball team and he’ll preface his response by first telling you he doesn’t study the statistics.

Les Miles to go 'Over the Edge' for Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence | KUsports.com
You’ve seen him eat grass. You’ve seen him steal the national championship trophy in a Dr. Pepper commercial. And soon you’ll have a chance to watch Les Miles rappel down the side of a building.

Other Sports News

Sixers owner -- Early exit would be 'problematic'
Josh Harris may be the owner of the Philadelphia 76ers, but that doesn't preclude him from checking the standings every morning like every other NBA fan. He's well aware that if the season ended today, his Sixers and the Boston Celtics would play each other in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs.

AD on trade demand: I'm 'CEO of my business'
"All the media coverage [is] around me, and now I'm getting a chance to take over my career and say what I want to say and do what I want to do," Davis said on an episode of "The Shop with LeBron James" that aired on HBO on Friday. "So now you see everybody [saying], 'All right, I see AD changing.' Everybody's telling me, 'You're growing up. It's about time to take care of your business, take care of your career.' So now, as a player, as the CEO of my own business, I've got the power. I'm doing what I want to do and not what somebody tells me to do."

Bulls vs. Hawks - Game Recap - March 1, 2019 - ESPN
Lauri Markkanen made three free throws to give Chicago the lead for good late in the fourth overtime, and the Bulls overcame Trae Young's career-high 49 points to beat the Hawks 168-161 in the third-highest-scoring game in NBA history.

Sources: Raiders among 3 most interested in AB
The three teams that have shown the most interest in wide receiver Antonio Brown to date are the Oakland Raiders, Washington Redskins and Tennessee Titans, league sources told ESPN.

Bracketology - NCAA College Basketball Brackets and Predictions - ESPN
Get the latest NCAA college basketball bracketology breakdown from ESPN's Joe Lunardi

NCAA tournament Bubble Watch: Are mid-majors going to get hosed?
Nevada has been ranked in the top 15 for the entire season, Buffalo has lurked smack in the middle of the projected field for weeks now, Wofford is appearing in some mock brackets as a No. 8 seed, and the cool bracket-making kids these days are big believers in the likes of Utah State and Belmont.

Giants CEO apologizes after altercation with wife
San Francisco Giants team president and CEO Larry Baer apologized Friday night after video earlier in the day showed him having an altercation with his wife during a fight over his cellphone at a San Francisco park.

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Getting Out Of The Commercial Sex Industry — With Help From Women Who've Been There : NPR
Many workers in the commercial sex industry have trouble getting out because they enter at a young age, have no family support and have been traumatized on the job. An organization based in LA called Treasures provides these women with a safety net that includes support groups, peer mentoring, education and job counseling and sometimes even childcare.

Amazon to open non-Whole Foods grocery chain
Sources familiar with the project told The Journal the first new store could open at the end of 2019 and that talks are underway to add locations in Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Chicago, San Francisco and Seattle, where the company is based.