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Five-star Precious Achiuwa commits to Memphis
“It just came down to trust and just me believing and trusting the fact that they can help my game get better for the next level,” Achiuwa told 247Sports. “It all came down to me winning and the great relationship with the coaching staff.”

Which way is KU's Devon Dotson leaning on NBA Draft decision?
No, it is not quite time to sound the alarm and assume just about everyone will be leaving KU basketball this offseason. But Devon Dotson did seem to indicate on Friday that he's growing in comfort with the pre-draft process that could end with him hearing his name called in the 2019 NBA Draft.

Devon Dotson productive at combine scrimmage, while Quentin Grimes struggles |
Devon Dotson still has 12 days to decide whether he will return for his sophomore season at the University of Kansas or keep his name in the 2019 NBA Draft.

Zeferjahn shines in game one of Sunflower Showdown |
An elite pitching performance by Ryan Zeferjahn paved the way for Kansas in its 10-0 win over Kansas State in the first game of the Sunflower Showdown Friday night at Hoglund Ballpark.

5-star forward Precious Achiuwa commits to Memphis |
Considered a talented modern forward by various recruiting experts, the 6-foot-9 Achiuwa became the second prospect in the past week to pick Memphis when Kansas also was in the mix. This past weekend Rayjon Tucker, a graduate transfer guard from Arkansas-Little Rock, also committed to the Tigers, coached by former NBA all-star Penny Hardaway.

Other Sports News

Blues 'move on' from OT loss, close out Game 4
For the St. Louis Blues, the final minutes of Game 4 of the Western Conference finals on Friday night had an uncomfortable similarity to the final minutes of Game 3. As the San Jose Sharks controlled play with their goalie pulled for an extra attacker, creating a parade of scoring chances, the Blues kept icing the puck as they clung to a one-goal lead.

Tyreke Evans disqualified from NBA for 2 years
The NBA announced Friday that guard Tyreke Evans has been dismissed and disqualified from the league for violating the terms of the NBA/National Basketball Players Association anti-drug program.

Former Oregon WR Lowe stops armed student
A former college football standout at the University of Oregon was credited Friday with tackling an armed student at a Portland high school before anyone was injured.

Gasol points finger at self after Raptors' loss
Raptors center Marc Gasol claimed responsibility for his team's poor performance in its 125-103 loss Friday to the Bucks in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals.

Giannis, Harden, Paul George all finalists for MVP
Joining Harden, who led the league in scoring with 36.1 points per game, in the top three are Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks and Paul George of the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Other News

Here's what happened to every single woman Jerry dated on 'Seinfeld'
Seinfeld aired on NBC from 1989 to 1998, during which time Jerry dated a lot of women — we counted 70 — whom he typically broke up with for ridiculous reasons or virtually imperceptible character flaws. To fill the show's seemingly endless demand for female guest stars, the show's casting directors managed to produce a seemingly endless supply of young, funny, and beautiful actresses still relatively new to Hollywood.

US weather: Nation's midsection braces for rain, wind and hail as dozens of tornadoes are reported - CNN
If you're in the central US, you can wave goodbye to warm weather -- at least for now. A messy weekend of heavy rain, strong winds and large hail awaits some states in the region.

Ohio State University doctor 'abused 177 male students' - BBC News
Dr Richard Strauss, who died in 2005, is accused of groping and performing "unnecessary examinations" on young men while treating athletes in 16 sports.

Another Busy Summer On Tap at Glacier Park International Airport - Flathead Beacon
GPIA will welcome American Airlines for the first time in 2019, beginning with a nonstop from Dallas that will arrive on June 6 and be greeted by a celebratory water arch as the plane taxis to the terminal. American will also offer direct flights to and from Chicago and Los Angeles this summer. In addition, Allegiant Air is now offering a nonstop to Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, a route that began flying this week.

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