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Thomas Robinson teaches LeBron James a lesson-*

*-’LeBron wasn’t playing full speed’

Kansas University basketball power forward Thomas Robinson reportedly held his own while guarding — and being guarded by — LeBron James in a pick-up game last week at the NBA phenom’s Skills Academy in Akron, Ohio.

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What is the farthest you have traveled to attend a sporting event?

What is the farthest you have traveled to attend a sporting event?

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Thomas Robinson teaches LeBron James a lesson-*

*-’LeBron wasn’t playing full speed’

Kansas University basketball power forward Thomas Robinson reportedly held his own while guarding — and being guarded by — LeBron James in a pick-up game last week at the NBA phenom’s Skills Academy in Akron, Ohio.

Mario Chalmers to celebrate opening of shop for cancer patients at LMH

Former Kansas University basketball star Mario Chalmers will be in Lawrence next week to celebrate the opening of Mario’s Closet at Lawrence Memorial Hospital.

Lineman Jeremiah Hatch on Rimington Watch List

Kansas University offensive lineman Jeremiah Hatch was one of 43 college players named to the Rimington Trophy committee’s 2011 Fall Watch List, the group announced Wednesday.

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Unflagging: Parents’ push gets diagnosis for golfer daughter Mackenzie Thayer

The parents of Mackenzie Thayer refused to take “don’t know” for an answer, so the Garden City couple relentlessly pursued a diagnosis for their daughter’s problematic left leg.

Ex-KU lineman James McClinton faithful

Teammates who fed off his energy, admired his spirituality and loved his humor, used to be fond of saying James McClinton “would play on Sundays,” meaning in the NFL.