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Cavs coach Blatt says Wiggins isn't expected to be traded

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.

K-State, KU football players on watch lists for national honors

Three more Kansas State football players and one University of Kansas player were named to watch lists for national awards on Thursday.

Tharpe to give up final year of eligibility

Former Kansas guard Naadir Tharpe, who announced his decision to transfer in May, has decided to forgo his final season of college eligibility and try to play in the NBA’s Development League.

KU's Trevor Pardula on punter preseason list

Kansas senior Trevor Pardula is one of 25 punters named to the Ray Guy Award watch list.

Wiggins signs multi-year shoe deal with Adidas

Keep track of the zeros on the contracts, because Andrew Wiggins is set to cash in after being selected No. 1 overall by the Cleveland Cavaliers.

KU's Kelly Oubre ready for competition at James' camp

Kelly Oubre likes to think of basketball in savage terms. Physicality is to be embraced. Toughness is a vital attribute. Loose balls are not to be chased, but rather devoured like a plate of barbecue.

KU, K-State players named to preseason watch lists

One Jayhawk and one Wildcat were named to college football preseason watch lists on Tuesday.

KU track great Billy Mills speaks out against Washington nickname

Count Kansas track legend Billy Mills among those who is speaking out against the use of the name “Redskin” by the NFL franchise in Washington, D.C.

KU’s Self moves on to next project

The reloading projects are always different, even though they may look similar.You have five-star freshmen arriving on campus in early June. You have a slew of veterans thrust into leadership roles. You have sweaty summer workouts, and dictums about utilizing the weight room and getting to class on time.

Wiggins joins Cavaliers with lofty goals

INDEPENDENCE, Ohio – As his talented son, Andrew, was presented with his new wine-and-gold Cavaliers jersey, Mitchell Wiggins finally let go of some painful memories.

Joel Embiid a part of 76ers’ future plans

In the end, Joel Embiid did not have to wait long.

No. 1 pick Wiggins, No. 3 Embiid add to Kansas’ draft history (VIDEO)

The walk from the green room to the interview room took close to 60 seconds. Andrew Wiggins pushed through a crowd of ushers and reporters and turned left into a hallway inside the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

KU’s Andrew Wiggins is part of NBA’s northern exposure

Late Wednesday evening, in the dying light of lower Manhattan, Steve Nash stepped onto a soccer field at Sara D. Roosevelt Park. Nash, a former NBA All-Star and a Canadian basketball icon, began to lace up his soccer cleats for an annual charity soccer match as a few dozen fans milled around the pitch.

Joel Embiid’s story is almost too good to be true ... until now

On a summer day in 2012, a basketball instructor named Mike Lee arrived at an apartment in Milwaukee. He was there to pick up two teenage boys from Cameroon, and he did not know much else.

KU to remove Memorial Stadium track before football

Kansas will begin Tuesday to rip up the track surface that rings its football field at Memorial Stadium in Lawrence.

KU’s Conner Frankamp working to improve on late-season heroics

LAWRENCE — The most important shot of Conner Frankamp’s life came 89 days ago, but he still hears about it almost daily.

Joel Embiid has stress fracture, will have surgery before NBA Draft

A balky lower back derailed Joel Embiid’s freshman season at Kansas. Now a stress fracture in his right foot is threatening to torpedo his status as the potential No. 1 pick in the NBA Draft.

KU exploring removal of stadium track before football season

LAWRENCE – Once considered a classic feature of college athletics, the idea of having a running track inside a football stadium has now been rendered nearly obsolete. Just two schools among the five richest conferences in the country still have tracks in their football stadiums.

Jayhawks prepared to go global

Basketball is a global game. Bill Self knows this, of course. He’s coached a big man from Russia, a small forward from Canada and a graceful 7-foot center from Cameroon.

Kansas will represent U.S. on world stage

The Kansas basketball program will soon be representing the United States in an international competition. The first question: What jerseys will Kansas wear?

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