Jun 27, 2013; Brooklyn, NY, USA; Ben McLemore (Kansas) shakes hands with NBA commissioner David Stern after being selected as the number seven overall pick to the Sacramento Kings during the 2013 NBA Draft at the Barclays Center. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

KC Headlines: NBA Draft, Royals Lose, Game of Thrones


Twins 3, Royals 1

The Royals did not score four runs therefore they lost.

Salvador Perez blasted his fourth home run of the year for KC’s only run in an effort to waste Jeremy Guthrie’s solid start. They had a chance to tie they game in the ninth but two hard hit balls by Perez and Tejada were caught by Trevor Plouffe and Justin Morneau to prevent any damage.

Detroit lost again so KC (36-40) remains 5.5 games back of first place.

Royals Nugget: Northwest Arkansas pitcher Brooks Pounders threw a no-hitter last night in the Naturals 11-0 win over Midland. Pounders struck out six, walked none, and hit a batter. It was the first no-hitter by a single pitcher in Naturals history – all the other no-hitters had been achieved by committee.


Two Kansas Jayhawks and a surprising Missouri Tigers player were drafted in last night’s NBA Draft. Here’s our coverage from last night.

Ben McLemore was selected seventh overall by the Sacramento Kings.
Jeff Withey went in the second round to the Portland Trail Blazers.
Alex Oriakhi was drafted 57th overall.
Phil Pressey went undrafted, expected to be signed by Boston.


– Sporting Kansas City recalls Dom Dwyer from loan. (The Full 90)
– Tony Moeaki may be an option for the New England Patriots at tight end. (Arrowhead Addict)
– Jamaal Charles: Home run hitter. (Arrowhead Addict)
– Wade Davis has been better than you’d think. (Kings of Kauffman)


– What if ‘Game of Thrones’ characters had dating profiles? I thought you’d never ask.
– This is a make-or-break year for Mack Brown at Texas. I bet he breaks.
– Stone Brewing Company beers are coming to Kansas bars and restaurants. Home of the Arrogant Bastard Ale.
– There is going to be three new Terminator films. Three. THREE!
– Doc Rivers and Bill Simmons got into an on-air tiff last night. I thought ESPN’s coverage was solid.


LeBron James and Aaron Rodgers were rooting for Ben McLemore last night.







This is both horrifying and awesome. Seriously, though, I may never swim again. (The Atlantic)

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