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College basketball rankings: CBS Sports updates Top 25 And 1
"He's a proven stretch-the-floor big — and one of four transfers Texas has enrolled who averaged double-digits at the high-major level last season, the others being Dylan Disu from Vanderbilt, Timmy Allen from Utah and Christian Bishop from Creighton," Parrish said of Mitchell.
4-star TE Jaden Hamm recaps Kansas visit, updates recruitment
"I was able to meet the coaching staff," Hamm recalled. "We were able to go see the practice facility, go to the locker room. We were able to go see the players' lounge. We did a photoshoot and we were able to go out on the field and everything — see that and the press box and stuff."
Three questions entering the summer: Kansas football running backs
The Lance Leipold-era of Kansas football is fully underway. Announced as the Jayhawks' new coach one day before the spring game, Leipold has assembled a staff in Lawrence with five former Buffalo assistants and five previous Kansas staff members.
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Phoenix Suns call Deandre Ayton's winning alley-oop in Game 2 a team effort
"I'll start off by saying that's definitely Jae [Crowder's] game winner, making a great pass for a 7-footer," Ayton said after his dunk with 0.7 seconds left lifted his final line to 24 points on 12-for-15 shooting and 14 rebounds.
Detroit Pistons win top pick in 2021 NBA draft lottery; Houston Rockets get No. 2
The year 2021 has been big for Ben Wallace. First, he was named to the Hall of Fame. Then, Tuesday night, he was the good-luck charm for his former franchise, the Detroit Pistons, in the NBA's annual draft lottery.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Alex Caruso arrested in Texas for marijuana possession
The Transportation and Security Administration searched Caruso's bags and found a herb grinder that contained marijuana, Richardson said.
Vanessa Bryant, families of other crash victims agree to settle lawsuit vs. pilot's estate, helicopter company
LOS ANGELES -- Vanessa Bryant, widow of the late NBA Hall of Famer Kobe Bryant, has agreed to settle a lawsuit against the pilot and owners of the helicopter that crashed last year, killing the Los Angeles Lakers legend, the Bryants' daughter, Gianna, and seven others.
Woman dies while hiking Grand Canyon in 115 degree heat - CBS News
The backpacker, 53-year-old Michelle Meder of Hudson, Ohio, was on a multi-day trip and was hiking down the Hermit trail when she became disoriented. She later became unconscious and responding rangers determined she was dead on Sunday, according to a press release from the parks service.
Advanced child tax credit: IRS releases tool to opt out
For families who want to opt out of receiving the advanced child tax credit payments that are set to start next month, the IRS now has a tool available to unenroll.
Gibson releases the much-anticipated Noel Gallagher Gibson J-150 acoustic | MusicRadar
Once you take into account the build, however, you might not want to risk anything on that finish. Limited to 200 instruments worldwide, the Noel Gallagher J-150 assumes the Super Jumbo frame of the more famous J-200, with a solid Sitka spruce top, AA maple on the back and sides, and distinctive moustache bridge. But with an unbound neck and headstock, and no back strip, it's easily distinguished from the SJ-200.
Bitcoin, Dogecoin and Ethereum are struggling. Here's why - CNET
Dogecoin, for instance, dropped more than 30%, to under 20 cents. That's a huge fall from its stratospheric high of 70 cents back in April. Bitcoin slumped to around $29,500, a fall of more than 10%, while Ethereum has crumbled 15%. Ether's fall has affected thousands of altcoins, most of which are built off the Ethereum blockchain and have a chunk of their value weighted in Ether coins. The entire market has trended down 12%, according to Coinbase, a cryptocurrency exchange.
Renovations underway at Flathead Warming Center | Daily Inter Lake
The shelter continued to operate at the church at the beginning of the 2020 season, then succeeded in moving into a permanent separate facility at 889 N. Meridian Road later in the year.
1 Arrest, 1 Injury at Chaotic Loudoun Schools Meeting on Equity – NBC4 Washington
Parents fired up about a proposed policy on the treatment of transgender students — as well as how schools should teach about race — held up signs, chanted and sang the national anthem at the Loudoun County School Board meeting.
‘Redneck Rave’ Descends Into Throat Slashing, Impalements, and Mass Arrests
The details of the Redneck Rave’s incidents are grisly. One person slit a friend’s throat and remains at large, a 29-year-old man had allegedly strangled a woman until she passed out, one person lost the better part of a finger, and another was impaled when he drove a side-by-side over a 2-3 inch log that broke through the bottom of the recreational vehicle. Paramedics left the log inside him as they airlifted him to a hospital.
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What best summarizes your feelings on instant replay at the end of games?
This poll is closed
Necessary - Get every call right
Use it but lets tone it down a little
Only use with a coaches challenge
Should not be used at all. The refs call should be final
other - explain in comments