Post-X KU Hoops Notebook

News and quotes on KU freshman Xavier Henry and Kansas basketball while wishing ‘X' best wishes as he embarks on his NBA career in 2010-11. Henry declared for the NBA Draft Wednesday and plans to hire an agent. He becomes the first Jayhawk ever to leave for the NBA after his freshman season.
April 7, 2010

#1 KU vs. La Salle

News, notes and quotes on KU's matchup with La Salle today at Sprint Center in Kansas City. Tipoff is 1 p.m. (CT) on ESPN with Ron Franklin and Fran Fraschilla calling the action.
December 12, 2009

Henry's Long-Awaited Debut

It was a long time coming with many pit stops along the way. But on Thursday night the "other" Henry made his first appearance as a Jayhawk.
November 25, 2009

C.J. a Proud Jayhawk

C.J. Henry couldn't help but get emotional and nostalgic during the pregame video Thursday night in Allen Fieldhouse knowing he would play his first game in four years against Central Arkansas and follow in the proud footsteps of his family.
November 23, 2009

Xavier Henry Not Solid with KU?

A crazy off-season for the Wildcats continues with recent news that Oklahoma stud Xavier Henry may be having second thoughts on attending Kansas.
June 30, 2009

Henry Goes Walking In Memphis

The NCAA men's basketball tournament final game has gone into another overtime. Don't look now but the two college basketball superpowers Kansas and Memphis are becoming intense rivals on the recruiting trail. C.J. Henry, the brother of Xavier Henry, is enrolling at Memphis and will walk-on the basketball team.
August 26, 2008

Henry Close To Returning

TAMPA, FL - Former Yankees first round pick C.J. Henry, who was traded way in the Bobby Abreu deal back in 2006, signed once again with the Yankees in the offseason and was about to make his return when a collision in Spring Training put his comeback on hold. Working his way back in Extended Spring Training, he says he is close to returning to the Tampa Yankees.
June 4, 2008

Q&A with James Rowson - Part II

Yankees minor league hitting coordinator James Rowson sits down with for an exclusive two-part Q&A series about Spring Training. In part two he gives us his impressions on the likes of Jose Pirela and Justin Snyder, if he thinks Austin Jackson can keep up his hot-hitting, how happy he was with Eric Duncan, how close Jose Tabata is to being big league ready, and more.
April 7, 2008