If KU Athletics receives allegations of recruiting violations from NCAA this summer, what happens next? | KUsports.com
Although no programs have been named, Wilcox said two “high profile” programs would receive notices of allegations by early July. The other four programs should expect notices by the end of the summer, and the NCAA official said other cases are still in the works.
Auburn selects KU assistant Lilley to lead its women's tennis program | KUsports.com
"I couldn't be happier for Caroline," Kansas head coach Todd Chapman said in a team release. "There is no one more deserving of this opportunity than her. Auburn hit a home run with this hire. I can't thank Caroline enough for her dedication and work she has done in our program the last four years. We will definitely miss her, but we couldn't be more excited for her."
3-star linebacker Krishawn Brown commits to KU football | KUsports.com
“Kansas has everything I want to do academically,” Brown told Jon Kirby of Jayhawk Slant. “I’m a football player and a student. I felt good talking to the coaches. I actually feel like they actually cared, and they offered me first. There was a good level of trust.”
Texas prep WR Keith Miller III flips commitment from KU football | KUsports.com
Miller, a three-star receiver from The Colony, Texas, announced via his personal Twitter account Saturday afternoon that he was flipping his verbal commitment to the University of Colorado. Miller was previously committed to the Kansas football team for the 2020 class.
Reaction: Former Jayhawk Gary Woodland wins U.S. Open
The former Kansas Jayhawk picked up his first major victory and his fourth PGA tour win on Sunday, becoming the 119th U.S. Open champ after leading going into the final day. Woodland finished with a score of 13 under at the event, hitting several memorable shots that included a 50-foot birdie putt and another memorable shot from the edge of the green.
Ochai Agbaji reworking jumper heading into sophomore season
During KU basketball's first camp scrimmage, which provided a first look of sorts at several newcomers in the freshmen class, Agbaji attempted to connect with teammate Udoka Azubuike on a lob from around the right wing of the 3-point line. He lofted up the pass, but it rattled into the hoop, only being waved off due to an offensive goaltending call on KU's 7-foot center.
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AD deal solidifies Lakers' favorite status in Vegas
In anticipation of a potential trade for Davis, the Lakers were installed as the favorites to win next year's championship at multiple sportsbooks, shortly after the Toronto Raptors finished off the Golden State Warriors on Thursday in a decisive Game 6 of the NBA Finals.
LaVar Ball -- Lonzo trade will be Lakers' worst move
"I guarantee: Like I say again, it will be the worst move the Lakers ever did in their life and they will never win another championship," LaVar Ball told ESPN while at the Drew League on Saturday to watch his son LaMelo play. "Guarantee it.
Sources -- Lakers reach deal for Pelicans' Davis
The Lakers paid a steep price to partner Davis with LeBron James: sending Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart and the picks -- including the No. 4 overall selection in Thursday's NBA draft -- to the Pelicans, sources said. The Lakers were able to hold on to forward Kyle Kuzma in the trade.
VanVleet on Kawhi -- Nothing else Raptors can do
Fred VanVleet said Sunday there is nothing more that the Toronto Raptors can do to convince Kawhi Leonard to re-sign with the team, but he and several teammates expressed their hopes that the NBA Finals MVP decides to return.
Gary Woodland's journey through heartbreak to U.S. Open champion
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. -- His son had just won the U.S. Open on Father's Day, and Dan Woodland was standing near the 18th green talking about the day his heart stopped beating 10 years ago, when his boy Gary was a PGA Tour rookie trying to make the cut on this very course at Pebble Beach.
Hong Kong extradition: How radical youth forced the government's hand - BBC News
In just one week Hong Kong has witnessed two of its largest ever protests, as well its most violent protest in decades. At the forefront of these demonstrations are young people, many barely out of their teens. How did they get radicalised - and how did they manage to force the government's hand?
A black Boeing employee found a noose over his desk. Now he's suing the company - CNN
An African-American Boeing employee has filed a federal lawsuit against the aviation company alleging racial discrimination after he said his coworkers hung a noose over his desk.
Kalispell man suffers head injury after fall in Hyalite Canyon - KPAX.com
The Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office reports that a 23-year-old Kalispell man suffered a “significant head injury” after falling while climbing.
Tester addresses senior fraud in Flathead Valley - KRTV.com
“We have a senior fraud bill right now that should help educate seniors and senior fraud happenings because it happens way too much, by the way, it’s a commonly occurring situation,” the Democratic senator said.
Daily Inter Lake - Local News, Screen time: Schools, parents ask how much is too much?
Joe Boyle, a psychiatrist with The Newman Center in Kalispell, said 10 years from now people may look back at technology — especially in the education system — like they did the cigarette industry after realizing smoking isn’t cool or healthy, with regret for making something potentially ruinous so mainstream.