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  1. Cliff Alexander, victim of "perfect storm" on Draft Night, hopes be a NetRead the original story

    Friday | Nets Daily

    For weeks, Cliff Alexander was penciled in next to the Nets on mock drafts. It made some sense.


  2. Nets agree to two-year deal with Thomas Robinson: reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | New York Daily News

    A deal was reportedly in place when Philadelphia swooped in and claimed him off waivers, stunning the Nets, who thought they had him wrapped up. A longtime admirer of Robinson and his rugged game, the Nets agreed to a deal with the 6-10 center/forward on Thursday, acquiring someone who can back up Brook Lopez and Thaddeus Young, both of whom agreed to deals to stay in Brooklyn on Wednesday after Mason Plumlee was traded.


  3. Kennedy: Nets approached Thomas Robinson after midnightRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Nets Daily

    If you're wondering who the Nets are thinking about as their back-up big, Alex Kennedy of Basketball Insiders tweets look no further than Thomas Robinson . Brooklyn is showing interest in Thomas Robinson, per league source.


  4. The Ultimate Eight: ConclusionsRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | Rock Chalk Talk

    Well, when I originally put these posts together, I promised to take the winners and pull names out of a pot to create different matchups. The only problem is that there was no way for me to create different matchups because all of the players from the Roy Williams era won, and therefore no new matchups could be formed.


  5. Nets likely to pursue Thomas Robinson, Sasha Kaun, Wesley JohnsonRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | Nets Daily

    Free Agency is still a day and a few hours away, but already the buzz is growing louder. After a day where there were reports of big trades and re-signings of big names, evening brought informed speculation about rotation players.


  6. Nets' free agency plan waits on Joe Johnson tradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | New York Post

    Barring some unforeseen developments, the two biggest priorities for the Nets this summer - re-signing Brook Lopez and Thaddeus Young - will be done soon after free agency begins July 1. But assuming the Nets are able to bring both Lopez and Young back, the work for general manager Billy King will only be getting started. That's because the Nets will still have plenty of work to do to round out their roster.


  7. FGCU basketball: DeBose doing fine with JayhawksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | The News-Press

    FGCU basketball: DeBose doing fine with Jayhawks Senior an injury replacement on Kansas team representing U.S. in World University Games. Check out this story on news-press.com: http://newspr.es/1LBadfC FGCU senior Julian DeBose, wearing a Kansas uniform as part of the Jayhawks team that will represent the U.S. in the World University Games July 3-14 in South Korea, had two points and one rebound in nine minutes in the 91-83 U.S. exhibition defeat of Team Canada on Tuesday, July 23 in Kansas City.


  8. Oubre Taken No. 15 in the 2015 NBA DraftRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 25 | Kansas Jayhawks

    Kansas guard Kelly Oubre, Jr., was the overall No. 15 choice of the Atlanta Hawks in the 2015 NBA Draft at the Barclay Center in Brooklyn Thursday.


  9. The Ultimate Eight: Mario Chalmers v Paul PierceRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 25 | Rock Chalk Talk

    It's The Hero against The Truth in the final matchup of greats from the last twenty years. Mario Chalmers against Paul Pierce.


  10. Cliff Alexander Trying To Clean Up His Image Entering NBA DraftRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 24 | HoopsAddict.com

    In the months before the NBA Draft, Cliff Alexander set out to change minds, one scout and general manager at a time. He really had no choice.


  11. The Ultimate Eight: Jeff Withey v Kirk HinrichRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Rock Chalk Talk

    The most dominant defender in recent KU memory against one of the school's best combo-guards. It's another great battle of former KU greats.


  12. The Ultimate Eight: Thomas Robinson v Nick CollisonRead the original story

    Monday Jun 22 | Rock Chalk Talk

    We are taking the final four from each of the brackets and pitting these goliaths of Kansas basketball against each other to determine once and for all who the best player to suit up for Kansas in the past twenty seasons is. Thomas Robinson, Jeff Withey, Brandon Rush, and Mario Chalmers emerged from the Self bracket and Paul Pierce, Nick Collison, Kirk Hinrich, and Raef LaFrentz came from the Roy bracket.


  13. Kansas Basketball: A return to formula?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | Isportsweb.com

    With a season that ended with a less-than-impressive short post-season run , the Kansas Basketball team looks forward as two star freshmen forego their final years and depart for the NBA. The dimensions to which the performances of potential lottery pick Kelly Oubre and arguably disappointing Cliff Alexander contributed have garnered their fair share of criticism.


  14. Basketball: FGCU's DeBose ready for Team USARead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | Naples Daily News

    The senior guard and team captain's weekend was a crimson-and-blue blur after learning about midnight Friday he'd be joining the Jayhawks as representative of Team USA in the World University Games that will be played out in Gwangju, South Korea, July 3-14. By 10 a.m. Saturday, Kansas - where third-year FGCU coach Joe Dooley was an assistant to Bill Self the previous 10 years - had DeBose in the air en route to Lawrence.


  15. KU's Perry Ellis has high hopes for senior season that begins with Tuesday's game against CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | NewsOK.com

    Bill Self clutched a microphone in his palm and stood before a gymnasium full of basketball campers on a steamy day in early June. It was the final day of Self's camp, and inside the Horesji Family Athletics Center, the Kansas men's basketball team had gathered to scrimmage for the young faces in attendance.


  16. KU adds Florida Gulf Coast guard Julian DeBose to World University Games rosterRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 20 | The Capital-Journal

    It didn't take long for Kansas coach Bill Self to fill his final roster spot for the upcoming World University Games, which take place July 3-14 in Gwangju, South Korea. On Saturday the Jayhawks added Florida Gulf Coast guard Julian DeBose to the roster, taking the place of Devonte' Graham, [filtered word] partially tore a tendon in his quad during Wednesday's scrimmage.


  17. Kansas Adds DeBose for World University GamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 20 | Kansas Jayhawks

    Jayhawk guard was the bearer of terrible timing as an injury will sideline him for three weeks, causing the need for DeBose to temporarily join the team that will represent the USA in Gwangju, Korea. "Julian arrived in Lawrence this afternoon and he'll be practicing with us starting tomorrow and be a part of the KU contingent from this point forward in getting ready for the World Games," Self said.


  18. Jayhawk Stars Set to Hit the Court for a Million Dollar Basketball TournamentRead the original story

    Friday Jun 19 | Rock Chalk Talk

    The 2-year old Basketball Tournament is breathing life into the dog days of the sports year, and bringing plenty of former college bball heroes back to the floor to play on a national stage. No? Don't worry.


  19. What's up with Trevor Releford? Former Alabama star updates career, reacts to program...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Alabama Live

    It's a long way from Tuscaloosa, but Europe wasn't so bad for Trevor Releford . The former Alabama basketball star had a promising rookie season playing professionally overseas and the culture shock wasn't too rough.


  20. KU freshman Carlton Bragg shows off skillset at camp gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | The Capital-Journal

    Kansas forward Carlton Bragg makes a move inside the paint to get to the basket Wednesday during a scrimmage at Anschutz Pavilion in Lawrence. You see, he didn't want a certain former Kansas Jayhawk and current NBA player to show him up during the Red-Blue scrimmage at Horejsi Family Athletics Center.