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Notebook: Dotson Considers his Future; Could Grimes Come Back For Sophomore Season?

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Jayhawks measured at combine; Grimes and Dotson reportedly undecided on staying or returning |
If you ever deliberated about exactly how tall Devon Dotson is or how long Dedric Lawson’s arms are, well, wonder no more.

4-star forward Jalen Wilson requests release from Michigan, reopens recruitment |
A four-star small forward in the Class of 2019, Jalen Wilson announced on Thursday he is requesting a release from his National Letter of Intent with Michigan and reopening his recruitment.

Tinch named Big 12 Men's Outstanding Freshman of the Year |
Kansas track & field rookie Cordell Tinch was named the 2019 Big 12 Men's Outdoor Track & Field Outstanding Freshman of the Year, voted on by the conference coaches and announced by the league office on Thursday.

Is Quentin Grimes considering a return to KU basketball?
Quentin Grimes has been thought of as an expected departure for KU basketball since he declared for the NBA Draft. Even following an up-and-down season that might not have met expectations, the five-star combo guard and No. 10-ranked freshman in the class of 2018 made his announcement to declare and said he was "looking forward to the next steps of my basketball career."

Devon Dotson's athleticism on full display at NBA Draft Combine
Perhaps the most eye-popping number from Dotson's Thursday at the NBA Draft Combine came in his vertical testing. Dotson measured out with a 30-inch standing vertical. Out of the 44 players who had their vertical tested, that number ranked 19th. It was nothing to write home about.

Big 12 News of the Week: May 16
With ten teams in the conference and news flowing from each team every week, it can be tough to keep up with all of the happenings in the Big 12 Conference. It can get to be a little too much information all at once.

Jalen Wilson could be just what doctor ordered for Kansas
“Well he’s a big wing that can score the basketball; that’s his biggest value,” said Evan Daniels, 247Sports director of basketball recruiting. “He has plus size, he’s skilled and he can make jump shots stretching all the way out to outside the three-point line.”

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Juventus announce Allegri to leave this summer
There have been a succession of meetings between Allegri and the Juve board in the past few days over the ex-AC Milan boss' future with the decision having been taken that he will step down following their last match of the season away to Sampdoria on May 26.

Pirates vs. Padres - Game Recap - May 16, 2019 - ESPN
Ian Kinsler hit a mighty three-run homer to put the San Diego Padres ahead of the Pittsburgh Pirates, and then had a profane outburst as he crossed home and then again in the dugout.

Federer pulls out of Italian Open with leg injury
Roger Federer has withdrawn from the Italian Open in Rome with an injury to his right leg, tournament organisers have confirmed.

Lillard: 'Lot of contact' by Iguodala on final play
Portland Trail Blazers star Damian Lillard believed there was contact before Andre Iguodala's strip that sealed the Golden State Warriors' 114-111 win in Thursday night's Game 2 of the Western Conference finals, but he didn't blame the referees for not blowing the whistle.

Kerr: KD injury 'more serious than we thought'
"Hopefully he continues to progress, and he has made progress but it's a little more serious than we thought at the very beginning," Kerr said after the Warriors' 114-111 Game 2 victory. "So we'll see where it all goes, but he's in there all day long getting treatment. He's done a great job of committing himself to that process. [Warriors director of sports medicine and performance] Rick [Celebrini] and his staff are in there all day, and hopefully he'll be back at some point, but we'll just wait and see."

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Liam Gallagher's second solo album is "gonna blow people away," says As It Was director - Radio X
The As It Was director has spoken about the former Oasis frontman's second solo record and the follow-up to 2017's As You Were, saying it will be "bigger" than his last and show "progression".

Liam Gallagher's new album is his solo 'What's The Story (Morning Glory)', says filmmaker
As It Was gives unprecedented on stage and backstage access to tell Gallagher’s story from the demise of Oasis through to the end of his successful headline tour for debut album ‘As You Were‘. The film is set to feature a new song called ‘Once’ from Gallagher’s upcoming second album.

Liam Gallagher responds to fan asking if he'd ever change his sound - Radio X
The former Oasis frontman was asked by a fan on Twitter if he'd ever try a "different musical style in the future," and replied with a simple and resolute: "Never".

Montana Supreme Court Overturns Parental Rights Termination - Flathead Beacon
The Montana Supreme Court has ruled the state failed to make a reasonable effort to reunite a woman with the son who was taken away from her after he was born in Billings with methamphetamine in his system.