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Mike White gives summer updates on basketball program: Three Florida players are rehabbing after surgeries - John Egbunu (thumb), Devin Robinson (foot), and Canyon Barry (shoulder) - and are not cleared yet for basketball activities. White also discussed Kasey Hill's late season improvement, free-throw shooting issues, and the Gators' non-conference slate. (Alex Maminakis, Orlando Sentinel; Kevin Brockway, Gainesville Sun)
.@MikeWhiteUF at the dedication of the #HawkinsCenter. Beautiful facility & welcome home Lee Humphrey @PatricYoung4 pic.twitter.com/y7wNwhCBdJ— Gator M-Basketball (@GatorsMBK) June 27, 2016
More on the Otis Hawkins Center at Farrior Hall: The student athlete resource center opened yesterday. (Scott Carter, Florida Gators; Graham Hall, Gainesville Sun)
Ryan Lochte, Conor Dwyer advance to 200 freestyle finals: Both will swim tonight in the finals for a Rio berth. Dwyer already qualified for the men's 400 freestyle. (Layne Weitzel, Florida Gators)
Steve Spurrier to speak to SEC Network: The former coach is not sure what he wants to do yet but hopes to do something "constructive and productive." (Josh Kendall, The State)
Tim Tebow helps family on Delta flight after medical emergency: A passenger suffered an apparent heart attack on a flight that Tebow was on. Tebow comforted the passenger's family and used a car that was arranged for him to transport the passenger's wife and family to the hospital, staying with them for a short time. (Garry Smits, Florida Times Union)
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