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Former KU guard Sherron Collins still has plans to play as pro

Former Kansas University point guard Sherron Collins says his basketball career is far from over at the still-young age of 27. By Gary Bedore

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Andrew Wiggins gets bit of everything from first NBA summer league

The first chapter of this year's No. 1 overall draft pick's initiation to the NBA was more hectic than he could have imagined, starting with the news that James was coming back to the Cavaliers and ending amid rumors that Wiggins himself might not be in Cleveland much longer.

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Former KU guard Sherron Collins still has plans to play as pro

Former Kansas University point guard Sherron Collins says his basketball career is far from over at the still-young age of 27. By Gary Bedore

Xavier Henry, Drew Gooden re-sign with NBA teams

Former Kansas University guard Xavier Henry has agreed to a one-year contract with the Los Angeles Lakers, worth $1,063,384, ESPNLosAngeles.com reported Friday. Meanwhile, former KU forward Drew Gooden re-signed with Washington on Friday, the Washington Post reported.

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KU football steps up Heeney hype

You can now add superhero to the long list of things Kansas University senior Ben Heeney has been compared to during his KU career. Heeney, a linebacker from Hutchinson and preseason All-Big 12 first-team selection, is the marquee man on CaptainHeeney.com, a promotional website unveiled Friday by the KU football program. By Matt Tait

Former KU golfer Woodland makes up ground, survives cut at British Open

In danger of missing the cut after an opening-round 75, former Kansas University golfer Gary Woodland survived and then some with a strong second round Friday at the British Open.