No. 5 recruit RJ Hampton skips college, agrees to deal in NBL
"I think he’s ready, that’s why we weren’t going back to high school," Hampton said. "It’s never been a dream of his to play college basketball, it’s been a dream of his to use college basketball as a vehicle to get to the NBA. ... He’s playing against grown men. He’s learning how to practice like a pro, and learning how to do everything like a pro and I just think those options outweigh going to college.”
Devon Dotson has nasty freshman highlight reel
Dotson’s status as one of the fastest players in the nation with the ball in his hands is confirmed through a highlight video put together by Frankie Vision, one where Dotson repeatedly smokes opposing guards in the open court on his way to averaging 12.3 points and 3.5 assists per game.
Blue bloods chase five-star guard Cade Cunningham
Not many prospects have had a better spring than Cade Cunningham. Playing for the Texas Titans on the Nike EYBL circuit, the 6-foot-6 perimeter prospect has been dominant in all aspects and his recruitment continues to escalate.
Ahead of major visit, Noah Arinze starting to find favorites
The top 10 for Arinze, which he announced Monday evening, has plenty of Midwest flavor. Schools to make the cut include Kansas, Arkansas State, Arizona State, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa State, Minnesota, Missouri, Oklahoma and Wisconsin.
Recruiting: KU football makes top 10 for 3-star 2020 RB
The top-10 list for Morrison, to date, includes Big 12 schools in Baylor, Kansas, Kansas State and Iowa State. Arkansas and Missouri are on the list from the SEC. Georgia Tech is the lone ACC school on the list, while Nebraska (Big 10) and Washington (Pac 12) round out the programs from other Power Five conferences. The 10th school on his list is SMU.
Kansas Jayhawks Football 2019: Best-Case vs. Worst-Case Scenario
Welcome to the Les Miles era Kansas fans. In this scenario, Kansas will exceed expectations that are relatively as low as 10-foot hole in the ground but no matter what, Kansas could have their best season in what feels like forever in this dream season. To kick off the 2019 season, the Jayhawks welcome in the Indiana State Sycamores where the legendary NBA Hall of famer Larry Bird played his college ball. But this is football and no matter how many people would like to just skip over Kansas football, we won’t do that here. I’ll chalk that first game up as a win. Next comes a real nail biter when Coastal Carolina travels to Lawrence but just like the first game, Kansas should not have any true issues here. Maybe the scores are close, but the Jayhawks should start off 2-0 to begin 2019. Then comes by far the toughest test in non-conference play as they take on Boston College on the road. My advice? Go to a Red Sox game instead because Boston College should take care of business there. Now, I could go down game by game but that would be a waste of not only my time, but your time as well.
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Kuznetsov denies drug use after video surfaces
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Serena's outfit, game make statement in Paris
Serena Williams' opening matches at any Grand Slam are always on the radar. And while the 23-time Grand Slam winner's play made the ultimate statement on Monday, Williams' fashion statement in first-round play at the French Open made plenty of headlines as well.
Bill Buckner dies at 69 after battling dementia
"After battling the disease of Lewy Body Dementia, Bill Buckner passed away early the morning of May 27th surrounded by his family," his family said in a statement. "Bill fought with courage and grit as he did all things in life. Our hearts are broken but we are at peace knowing he is in the arms of his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ."
Kerr -- KD to miss Game 1; Cousins questionable
"KD's not playing Game 1," Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said after Monday's practice. "I think we already announced that, and we'll see where it goes from here. This is where the fact that there's a lot of days in between games during the Finals helps us, so we'll see."
Cavs owner Gilbert awake after stroke, CEO says
Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert is "awake, responsive and resting comfortably" after suffering a stroke Sunday, according to a Jay Farner, the CEO of Quicken Loans, the company Gilbert founded and chairs.
Large, destructive tornado strikes Dayton as severe storms ravage Ohio
Dayton, Ohio, and surrounding communities were under a tornado emergency as a dangerous tornado was reported on Monday night.
Knife-Wielding Man Kills 2, Injures 17 In Japan Mass Stabbing : NPR
At least two victims are dead, including an 11-year-old girl, and about 17 others were injured in a mass stabbing attack near Tokyo, Tuesday morning.
Rethinking Disaster Recovery After A California Town Is Leveled By Wildfire : NPR
When the Camp Fire raced into the Northern California town of Paradise on Nov. 8, destroying nearly 19,000 structures and claiming 85 lives, Chris Beaudis narrowly escaped. He drove out of the Sierra foothills in his Ford Bronco with only his pit bull. He lost everything and has no insurance.
Texas secretary of state resigns after failed effort to purge voter rolls - AOL News
Embattled Texas Secretary of State David Whitley resigned on Monday after overseeing a botched effort to purge the state’s voter rolls of noncitizens, an effort voting rights advocates criticized as an attack on democracy.
Whitefish to fine daytime sprinkler users | State & Regional | missoulian.com
Under an ordinance passed last week, municipal water users will be warned if they’re operating between 9 a.m.and 5 p.m., or watering the pavement rather than plants. Subsequent offenses will draw a $25 fine.