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Jeff Withey finally makes his pro debut

Former Kansas University center Jeff Withey of the New Orleans Pelicans scored four points and grabbed five rebounds in his NBA debut. By Gary Bedore

Early Morning

Jayhawks hone basketball knowledge, skills with help of video tech

Past and present Kansas University basketball players, including former walk-on-turned-sixth-man Conner Teahan, have taken advantage of Synergy video technology to break down their own games, as well as film of their opponents and comparable college or professional stars. By Jesse Newell

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Jeff Withey finally makes his pro debut

Former Kansas University center Jeff Withey of the New Orleans Pelicans scored four points and grabbed five rebounds in his NBA debut. By Gary Bedore

Opinion: Potee surgical on way to women's city golf title

The speedy greens at Lawrence Country Club require players to handle wedges with the hands of a surgeon. In running away with the title in the women’s championship flight of the Lawrence Amateur Golf Association’s city tournament, Meghan Potee was up to that challenge Sunday. By Tom Keegan

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McLemore struggles with shot in summer NBA debut

Aggressiveness wasn’t a problem for Ben McLemore in his NBA Summer League debut on Saturday in Las Vegas. The former Kansas University off guard, who dropped in the 2013 Draft partly because of concerns about his desire to take over games, scored 11 points off miserable 4-of-23 shooting in Sacramento’s 76-73 loss to Dallas. By Gary Bedore

Tease photo

Jayhawks hone basketball knowledge, skills with help of video tech

Past and present Kansas University basketball players, including former walk-on-turned-sixth-man Conner Teahan, have taken advantage of Synergy video technology to break down their own games, as well as film of their opponents and comparable college or professional stars. By Jesse Newell