K-State senior guard Will Spradling made an appearance at Bob Chipman's summer basketball camp at Washburn.
"It's great coming to camps and just working the kids out and teaching them a little about what I know about basketball and just getting to play with them," Spradling said. "Being a Kansas kid and giving back to Kansas is always fun."
Spradling is one of the returning seniors for next season, so expect a new-look Wildcats squad.
"The main leaders right now are me and Shane," Spradling said. "We've been here, this is our fourth year and Thomas Gipson has really stepped up too as a leader and we've done a good job of settling in the freshman and kind of showing them the ropes and they're doing a great job of following."
A wedding cake doubles as a video game for the big day -- letting the guests play “Donkey Kong,” “Pac-Man” or even “Candy Crush.”
Tracking bitterly cold temps. Absolutely freezing for the next 7 days!
Some property owners in Douglas County could soon pay more for federal insurance.