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Bill Self talked with Cavs about vacancy

Kansas University coach Bill Self said Monday he spoke in general teams with the Cleveland Cavaliers’ front office about their head-coaching job, which was filled by David Blatt.

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Jayhawks' Ukrainian signee avoids comparisons

Incoming Kansas University basketball guard Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk’s skill-set has been compared to Manu Ginobili of the San Antonio Spurs, Nik Stauskas of the Sacramento Kings and the late Drazen Petrovic of Croatia, who played for both the Portland Trail Blazers and New Jersey Nets. By Gary Bedore

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KU's Kelly Oubre has sprained ankle, to miss a couple weeks of workouts

Freshman wearing boot after suffering minor injury at LeBron camp

Kelly Oubre Jr. sprained an ankle at last week's LeBron James camp in Las Vegas and is slated to miss a couple weeks of workouts.

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Bill Self talked with Cavs about vacancy

Kansas University coach Bill Self said Monday he spoke in general teams with the Cleveland Cavaliers’ front office about their head-coaching job, which was filled by David Blatt.

KU's Ben Heeney lands on two more watch lists

Linebacker in running for Lombardi, Butkus awards

Call him Mr. Watch List. Kansas University senior linebacker Ben Heeney added two more preseason honors to his expanding résumé Monday, with the news he landed on both the Rotary Lombardi Award and Butkus Award preseason watch lists.

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Jayhawks' Ukrainian signee avoids comparisons

Incoming Kansas University basketball guard Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk’s skill-set has been compared to Manu Ginobili of the San Antonio Spurs, Nik Stauskas of the Sacramento Kings and the late Drazen Petrovic of Croatia, who played for both the Portland Trail Blazers and New Jersey Nets. By Gary Bedore

Cavs coach: Wiggins 'not going anywhere'

Life has been rapidly changing for Andrew Wiggins lately. No longer the freshman phenom at Kansas, he’s now the prodigy, the No. 1 pick in the draft. He’s also changing positions. But the Cavaliers are insisting, both privately and publicly, Wiggins won’t be changing teams.