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Notebook: Brothers Plan to Play at Kansas in 2020; A Check in with Landen Lucas

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With younger sibling's commitment, Mayberry brothers plan to team up at KU | KUsports.com
If everything goes according to plan, the Kansas football team will have two Mayberrys among its defensive backs in 2020.

KU ace Ryan Zeferjahn eyeing history in 2019 MLB draft | KUsports.com
If he is, Zeferjahn, a 6-foot-5, hard-throwing, right-handed starting pitcher, has a shot at becoming the highest-picked player in Kansas baseball history and almost certainly will land somewhere in the program’s top five on that list.

Jayden Russell: KU football newcomers 'hitting the ground running' this week | KUsports.com
Before Jayden Russell arrived in Lawrence on Sunday to move into his apartment with fellow Kansas football freshmen Gavin Potter, Valerian Agbaw and Kenny Logan, Russell didn’t know all of the details of what awaited him and the numerous other newcomers officially joining the program this weekend.

Landen Lucas talks path for professional basketball career
“Last year, I had an injury in Tokyo, came back and was healing up on that,” Lucas said. “The process didn’t go as smooth as I would have liked. And so I ended up going back overseas. And so with this break, it gives me even more time to finish healing up and with this other avenue of business and stuff that I’m getting into, I’m able to really focus in on what I want to do with basketball, and that’s play at the highest level. And I’m able to put all my attention toward that, and it’s similar to my decision to come to Kansas.”

Former Jayhawk Nick Collison to be inducted into KSHOF
Nick Collison will be inducted into the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame this fall.

Les Miles, KU football land pledge from 2020 CB
A three-star cornerback out of Owasso, Okla., Mayberry is the No. 86-ranked cornerback and No. 15-ranked player out of the state of Oklahoma per the Top247. The industry-generated 247Sports Composite has Mayberry rated higher as a cornerback — No. 79 — but one spot lower within the Sooner State at No. 16.

Amauri Pesek-Hickson to grayshirt, join KU in 2020
The 6-foot-3 210-pound athlete was a three-star prospect and No. 6-ranked player in the state of Kansas per the 247Sports Composite. Pesek-Hickson originally committed to Jim Harbaugh and Michigan but de-committed a few days before National Signing Day. He then announced his commitment to KU on National Signing Day.

Other Sports News

Brazilian police looking at Neymar video release
"The Office for the Investigation of Cyber Crimes (DRCI) will investigate the alleged video disclosure by the player Neymar," the Civil Police told ESPN Brazil. "The 110th precinct has already taken steps to assist in this investigation."

Jaguars reach deal with receiver Terrelle Pryor
The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed Terrelle Pryor, and he is expected to participate in the team's organized team activity on Mond

Cousins savors big Game 2 -- 'Incredible moment'
"He was great," Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. "We came in thinking, all right, he can maybe play 20 minutes, and he gave us almost 28. There was only one time in the game when he needed a rest, which was mid-fourth, and we gave him a couple minutes and then got him back in the game. But he was fantastic, and we needed everything he gave out there -- his rebounding, his toughness, his physical presence, getting the ball in the paint and just playing big, like he does. We needed all of that. So I thought he was fantastic."

Klay (hamstring) to get MRI, confident for Wed.
Golden State Warriors swingman Klay Thompson left Sunday night's 109-104 NBA Finals Game 2 win over the Toronto Raptors in the fourth quarter with left hamstring tightness. He will have an MRI on Monday in Oakland to determine the severity of the injury, the team said.

Six-minute monster- The Warriors run that won Game 2
The champions cranked into overdrive with such ferocity and cold-blooded efficiency, it was as if the Toronto Raptors were unsuspectingly mugged in a dark alley after midnight.

Other News

US-China trade war: Who pays for Donald Trump's tariffs?
But Trump’s claim has been disputed by many American businesses that import Chinese goods, which argue that they’re the ones bearing the brunt of those duties.

According to economists, both sides could be right.

Daily Inter Lake - Local News, Trial begins in Kalispell homicide case
A Kalispell man accused of his stabbing his partner to death last summer is scheduled to go to trial Monday in Flathead District Court.

Daily Inter Lake - Local, Family stages laser tag in outdoor settings
Rinebold describes his role in Flashpoint as being the “boots on the ground.” Since his mother, Janet Coombs opened Flashpoint six years ago, the business has been a family enterprise. Coombs is the administrator, delegator and self-described “comic relief.” Her daughters are also involved, with Liht McBroom and her husband, Robert, pitching in when needed and Brett Ferrington taking care of advertising, mostly through the website and other social media accounts. Coombs’ fiance, Rick Lyons, also does his part through equipment maintenance and other support.

NASA Moon landing: THIS is what Neil Armstrong saw on the Moon after his one small step | Science | News | Express.co.uk
NASA won the space race to the Moon on July 20, 1969, beating the Soviet Union to the lunar finish line. NASA’s Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin were the first two men to accomplish the unimaginable feat. And flying over their heads, locked in lunar orbit, was Command Module Pilot Michael Collins. However, the honour of being the first man to set foot on the Moon was given to Mission Commander Armstrong.