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Schneider excited to start work on KU camps

After a month of taking care of all the administrative duties that come with being the new head coach of the Kansas University women’s basketball program, Brandon Schneider is finally ready to get to some basketball.

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Self: LeBron on fire, but ‘I’ll take Warriors’

The Golden State Warriors enter the 2015 NBA Finals as heavy favorites to conquer the Cleveland Cavaliers. Lest gamblers be tempted to bet their entire bank accounts on Stephen Curry’s Western Conference champs, they might be reminded four-time MVP, two-time NBA champion LeBron James is healthy and raring to go for the Eastern Conference champion Cavs. By Gary Bedore

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How former Jayhawks fared in the NBA playoff game of June 4, 2015

How former Jayhawks fared in the NBA playoff game of June 4, 2015

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Walk-on Pollard to depart KU

It was extremely difficult for walk-on Josh Pollard to walk away from Kansas University’s basketball team.

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World Games loom soon

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self says practice for the World University Games will begin on Monday.

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Chukwu completes visit

Paschal Chukwu, a 7-foot-2 center who recently announced plans to leave Providence after his freshman season, completed his visit to KU on Thursday.

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Schneider excited to start work on KU camps

After a month of taking care of all the administrative duties that come with being the new head coach of the Kansas University women’s basketball program, Brandon Schneider is finally ready to get to some basketball.

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Walk-on Josh Pollard to leave KU basketball team

Non-scholarship player likely to continue career closer to Utah home

Josh Pollard, who played at KU his freshman year as a walk-on, will transfer to a school likely closer to his Utah home.

Benefit basketball game on tap

The Rock Chalk Roundball Classic KU alumni basketball game will tip at 7 p.m., June 18, at Free State High.

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Self: LeBron on fire, but ‘I’ll take Warriors’

The Golden State Warriors enter the 2015 NBA Finals as heavy favorites to conquer the Cleveland Cavaliers. Lest gamblers be tempted to bet their entire bank accounts on Stephen Curry’s Western Conference champs, they might be reminded four-time MVP, two-time NBA champion LeBron James is healthy and raring to go for the Eastern Conference champion Cavs. By Gary Bedore

Column: Former KU center cooks up business

The latter half of the term student-athlete didn’t go as well as the first half for former Kansas University football center Dylan Admire, a 4.0 student. Now Admire is ready to get down to business, as in starting one of his own. By Tom Keegan