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KU practices ahead of World University Games

As tune-ups against Team Canada and the departure to South Korea for the World University Games (WUG) approaches, the Kansas Jayhawks are practicing hard and scrimmaging under the umbrella of FIBA international regulations.

Bill Self talked to media recently and said his team is practicing faster than they ever have before.

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All-Star update: Royals with 7 players?

With the release of the updated votes for the 2015 MLB All-Star Game, the Royals are on the verge of potentially having seven players in first place and in the starting lineup.

Baseball fans and writers from around the country aren’t thrilled with the dominance of the Royals in All-Star voting,

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Sporting KC up to 3rd in Western Conference

The last time Sporting KC played FC Dallas, they were completely dominated 3-1.  This time out, it wasn’t the case, as Graham Zusi and Krisztian Nemeth led their team to a crushing 4-0 win.

At 5-2-6 on the season, Sporting has unfortunately missed out on plenty of win opportunities, but on

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Kansas City Chiefs gaining hype

As OTA’s continue for NFL teams, the Kansas City Chiefs are gaining steam with national pundits as one of the top teams in the league for the upcoming season.

Recently, The NFL Network selected three Chiefs—Justin Houston, Sean Smith, and Jamaal Charles—as three of the top 100 players in the NFL.


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Royals continue to dominate All-Star voting

Who would have ever imagined reading a headline like that? Five Kansas City Royals—Salvador Perez, Mike Moustakas, Alcides Escobar, Lorenzo Cain, and Alex Gordon—are currently slated as starters on the American League squad after the second update of voting.

By position, Eric Hosmer, Kendrys Moralas, and Omar Infante are currently sitting

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Warriors beat Cavs, James deserved MVP

Oakland, Calif., and the rest of the bay area is celebrating its first Golden State Warriors NBA Championship in 40 years after they defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers, Tuesday night.

Even though the Cavs could muster just two wins in the series and lost the eventual elimination game on its home floor,

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MLB apologizes to KC for review error

Wednesday afternoon, Major League Baseball apologized to the Kansas City Royals for an error and missed reply Tuesday night against the Cleveland Indians.

The play, a double play which should have been called out at first after the turn, was reviewed but overruled by officials after a review which made it

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Big 12 hopes to end court storming

Last week, Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby announced that court storming would potentially result in some of the harshest penalties one could imagine for their team, including heavy fines and a potential loss of future home games.

The latter of those two penalties is hard to imagine happening, but Bowlsby made

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Kansas City keeps Big 12 Tournament through 2020

During a Thursday press conference last week, the Big 12 announced that Kansas City and the Sprint Center will keep the Men’s Basketball Conference Championship through the 2020 season.

Over the past two seasons, Sprint Center has averaged 18,000 in attendance for each session over the course of the four-day event.


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