Monday, May 30, 2016
 
 
by DMO Affiliate
On Thursday's The Dude Perfect Show, the dudes gave back by granting a wish to a fan with muscular dystrophy. Dylan, who's been watching the Dude Perfect trick shot videos for years, asked Make-A-Wish to allow him to be in their videos. Over video chat, the guys gleefully surprised Dylan with tickets for him and his family to fly Dallas and join them and called for the Dude Perfect panda mascot to come dancing out. Dylan spent several days with the group, making his wish come true. He asked to do a video involving Nerf guns, so he shot a Nerf gun that set off a Rube Goldberg machine that circled the their office and ended with a basketball being shot into a net. The gang went to the Dallas Mavericks and Dallas Stars practice facilities to complete trick shots, including some that were powered by Dylan's electric wheelchair. Dylan was grateful for the experience but the dudes were more grateful to make a fan happy.   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
Before he shined for the Golden State Warriors, Klay Thompson was a star at Washington State. Relive some of the best moments from the Cougars' all-time leading three-point shooter in this Campus Insiders "Rewind."   [READ MORE]
 
A handful of college basketball programs got a big boost following the deadline to withdraw from the NBA Draft. With a big group of stars returning to school, Campus Insiders' Jordan Cornette gives his three biggest winners of the draft deadline.   [READ MORE]
 
NBA star Andre Iguodala tells Golf Digest about his rapid improvement as a golfer, and how he shot 86 at Augusta National.   [READ MORE]
10 pm sports
by Clip Syndicate
 
mc baseball darvish and nba   [READ MORE]
 
Top recruit Marques Bolden ended the suspense, choosing Duke over Kentucky. Campus Insiders' basketball analyst Jordan Cornette breaks down whether the Blue Devils or the Wildcats will get more out of their 2016 recruiting classes.   [READ MORE]
 
The deadline to withdraw from NBA Draft consideration in May 25th. Campus Insiders' Jordan Cornette looks at the top three schools that will be impacted the most by prospects deciding whether to return to college.   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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