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Now nearly 19 years later, Anthony is a proud papa who gets sentimental watching his highly recruited son, Cole, lead the offense at a Team USA practice during the recent Hoop Summit in Portland. “It was my first child, so it was emotional,” Greg Anthony told The Undefeated. “We played on a Friday night and I flew home Saturday so he could be born. It was just quite an experience. The umbilical cord was wrapped around his neck, so every time they tried to get him out, his heart rate would drop. So for a while they thought we had to do a C-section.
Greg Anthony initially thought his son had the potential to be a great baseball player. He also wasn’t pressuring his son to play basketball. But in the fifth grade, Cole told his father he had a different sports passion: basketball. Little did Greg Anthony know that his son viewed him as the biggest inspiration in running to basketball. “I always was in love with basketball, and that was when I fell in love with the sport,” Cole Anthony said. “I really don’t remember what pushed me over the limit, but it probably had something to do with him having played in the NBA. I’ve always had that dream since I was younger.”
Hall of Fame coach Bill Self wants to squash any and all rumors about his possibly taking another job and leaving Kansas after 16 seasons. “I’m totally happy right now. I’m not going anywhere … anywhere,” he forcefully stated to reporters at the conclusion of Tuesday’s annual KU men’s basketball awards banquet at the Burge Union.“I’ll be the coach here at Kansas next year.”
Hall of Fame coach Bill Self wants to squash any and all rumors about his possibly taking another job and leaving Kansas after 16 seasons. “I’m totally happy right now. I’m not going anywhere … anywhere,” he forcefully stated to reporters at the conclusion of Tuesday’s annual KU men’s basketball awards banquet at the Burge Union.“I’ll be the coach here at Kansas next year.”