The Phoenix Suns are just having one of those years. They sit in last place in the Western conference while they struggle to find an identity. And then there's Tuesday’s loss in Houston. With the final seconds winding down and the score tied, the Rockets' James Harden hoisted a potential game-winning three but missed. Unfortunately for Phoenix, big man Jermaine O'Neal was called for goaltending when he stuck his hand up through the basket and touched the rim. The shot counted, the Rockets clinched a playoff spot for the first time since 2009, and the Suns are that much closer to ending their forgettable season.
Former Michigan football star Denard Robinson is a pretty great athlete by all accounts. After a career filling up stat sheets in Ann Arbor, he is now preparing for the NFL draft. But apparently his talents tossing a football don't translate all that well to baseball. He threw out the first pitch Tuesday in Detroit, before the Tigers took on the Blue Jays. And lets just say in the nicest way possible, it wasn't the best pitch we've seen.
Connecticut women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma made history Tuesday when his Huskies beat Louisville in the national championship game, 93-60. The win ties Auriemma and UConn with Pat Summitt and Tennessee for the most titles in women's basketball history at eight apiece.
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