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    • Ex-Cavalier Sasha Kaun retires
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      Ex-Cavalier Sasha Kaun retires

      Accompanying their signing of Chris Andersen, the Cavaliers paid Philadelphia to take Sasha Kaun. Cleveland, facing a steep luxury tax, didn’t want to pay both big men. It was cheaper to send the 76ers cash and have them waive Kaun rather than the Cavs doing it themselves. But perhaps the Cavaliers could’ve just waited out Kaun. Gary Bedore of the Lawrence Journal-World: Sasha Kaun, one of only two Kansas University basketball players, along with Hall of Famer Clyde Lovellette, to win an NCAA title (2008), NBA title (2016) and medal in the Olympic Games (2012 bronze), has decided to retire from pro ball at the age of 31. “I was very blessed and fortunate to play as long as I have. I had a great

    • SNY

      Ten Storylines You Must Know About the July Live Period

      No, it's not just a chant from the political conventions, it also sums up America's dominance on the world stage at the youth basketball level. Despite cries that AAU basketball has ruined the basketball fundamentals of our youth, the U.S. won the gold medal at the FIBA U17 World Championship in Zaragoza, Spain and also took home gold from the FIBA Americas U18 Championship in Valdivia, Chile. The U.S. now stands at a perfect 30-0 all-time in U17 play, while the U18s are 53-2 all-time.