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NBA scout: Ben McLemore top-2 pick

Well before the NBA combine and prospects’ trips to team camps for individual workouts, things are looking up for 20-year-old millionaire-to-be Ben McLemore. By Gary Bedore

Back in the picture: Darius Willis pleasant surprise for KU football this spring

Darius Willis’ resurgence has earned the respect of Kansas football coach Charlie Weis, who recently singled out the 6-foot-2, 240-pound senior as one of the pleasant surprises of spring practice. By Matt Tait

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Shot star, Kevin Young to hold cube-off at Kansas Relays

Kansas University men's basketball forward Kevin Young will be the underdog in a Rubik’s Cube battle of the brains against Olympic shot put medalist Reese Hoffa. By Gary Bedore

Pro soccer squad taps Kansas soccer assistant

Kansas University soccer associate head soccer coach Kelly Miller was named goalkeeping coach for the National Women’s Soccer League’s (NWSL) FC Kansas City.

KU baseball cruises, 10-1

Senior Alex DeLeon and sophomore Connor McKay each homered and combined for five RBIs as Kansas University claimed its third straight victory, a 10-1 rout of Missouri Valley College on Thursday at Hoglund Ballpark.

Opinion: Sorry, Tiger: Tony Pierson top draw

Kansas University’s spring football game has a Tiger Woods element to it, except that in one sense it brings even more suspense. We won’t know when the ball will find the hands of KU’s most electric player, junior-to-be Tony Pierson. By Tom Keegan

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NBA scout: Ben McLemore top-2 pick

Well before the NBA combine and prospects’ trips to team camps for individual workouts, things are looking up for 20-year-old millionaire-to-be Ben McLemore. By Gary Bedore

Tease photo

Back in the picture: Darius Willis pleasant surprise for KU football this spring

Darius Willis’ resurgence has earned the respect of Kansas football coach Charlie Weis, who recently singled out the 6-foot-2, 240-pound senior as one of the pleasant surprises of spring practice. By Matt Tait

How former Jayhawks fared in April 10 NBA games

A look at how former Kansas University players fared in Wednesday's NBA games.