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Summer skills: Marcus Morris works at NBA player’s camp

Marcus Morris finally knows what it’s like to be separated from his twin brother, Markieff. “That was the first time I ever flew or did anything away from him in my whole life — 20 years. It was kind of different,” Marcus, half of KU’s junior basketball twin combo, said Monday after returning from last weekend’s Amar’e Stoudemire Skills Academy in Chicago.

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Online ticket exchange helps schools limit fraud

College sports fans searching for a coveted ticket to a sold-out game can bypass the shady guys hanging outside the stadiums and arenas. Just try your favorite school's website or go straight to the NCAA.

Realignment a wake-up call for Big 12 hoops coaches

It was a harrowing and humbling experience for everybody who coaches basketball in the Big 12. With talk of conference realignment swirling around them like floodwaters, nobody at the highest administrative level where historic decisions were being made even bothered to pretend that basketball was a factor.

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Summer skills: Marcus Morris works at NBA player’s camp

Marcus Morris finally knows what it’s like to be separated from his twin brother, Markieff. “That was the first time I ever flew or did anything away from him in my whole life — 20 years. It was kind of different,” Marcus, half of KU’s junior basketball twin combo, said Monday after returning from last weekend’s Amar’e Stoudemire Skills Academy in Chicago.

Offensive lineman commits to Kansas

Another day, another offensive lineman from the Class of 2011 for the Kansas Jayhawks.