Stories for July 2, 2009


Lead stories


Self confident Henrys will attend Kansas

Kansas coach Bill Self confirmed Wednesday afternoon that the Henry brothers remain committed to KU.


Gary Bedore's KU Basketball Notebook

Bill Self said there’s a chance Xavier Henry will attend second session of summer school. C.J. Henry, who will be 100 percent recovered from a cracked bone in his foot by August, will definitely remain in Oklahoma City until school starts in August.

KU's Taylor leads U.S. to 106-55 rout of Iran

Kansas University sophomore guard Tyshawn Taylor scored a team-high 13 points in the United States’ 106-55 drubbing of Iran in the U-19 World Championships this morning in New Zealand.

Kansas’ McCray starts as U.S. rips France

Kansas University’s Danielle McCray started and scored nine points as the U.S. women’s basketball team smashed France, 118-30, in its World University Games opener Wednesday in Belgrade, Serbia.