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A dream come true: Morris twins soak up N.Y., eagerly await NBA fate

For the past two decades, former Kansas University basketball stars Marcus and Markieff Morris have gone everywhere and done everything together.

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Stock up, stock down: Morris twins soaring in NBA draft projections; Selby plummeting

No need to look beyond the local college basketball team to reach the conclusion that trying to figure out how the Egyptians built the pyramids presents no tougher a challenge than attempting to determine why NBA general managers make the draft choices they make.

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A dream come true: Morris twins soak up N.Y., eagerly await NBA fate

For the past two decades, former Kansas University basketball stars Marcus and Markieff Morris have gone everywhere and done everything together.

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California prep Merv Lindsay chooses KU basketball

Small forward cites Jayhawks' winning tradition as deciding factor

Merv Lindsay, a 6-foot-7, 200-pound basketball small forward from Canyon Springs High School in Moreno Valley, Calif., has committed to the Kansas men's basketball team, he confirmed via a text message to the Journal-World.

KU jumper Jareb Stallbaumer honored for academics

Kansas senior jumper Jareb Stallbaumer was named to the 2010-11 Capital One Academic All-America men’s track and field second team on Tuesday, as chosen by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

Four-star guard Caprice Dennis chooses KU women's basketball

Caprice Dennis, a 5-foot-9 guard from Pershing High School in Detroit, has orally committed to play for the Kansas women’s basketball team, ESPN HoopGurlz reported Tuesday.

Husband of KU softball coach Megan Smith dies

The husband of Kansas University softball coach Megan Smith has died.

Reports: Pistons a possibility for Markieff Morris

Kansas University forward Markieff Morris appears to have boosted his NBA draft stock after working out Tuesday with the Detroit Pistons.

Jayhawks unveil soccer schedule

Another challenging schedule awaits the KU soccer team as nine games versus NCAA Tournament participants highlight the 2011 schedule, released Monday by 12th-year head coach Mark Francis.

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Stock up, stock down: Morris twins soaring in NBA draft projections; Selby plummeting

No need to look beyond the local college basketball team to reach the conclusion that trying to figure out how the Egyptians built the pyramids presents no tougher a challenge than attempting to determine why NBA general managers make the draft choices they make.

KU's Daymond Patterson on special teams watch list

Kansas senior wide receiver/kick returner Daymond Patterson was named to the 2011 College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) specials teams watch list on Monday.