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    • Pat Summitt's will leaves 'personal property' to Tyler Summitt
      The Tennessean

      Pat Summitt's will leaves 'personal property' to Tyler Summitt

      Pat Summitt’s last will and testament didn’t spread the property of the Tennessee women’s basketball coaching legend. Summitt gave all of her "tangible personal property" to her only son, Tyler. A copy of the will was obtained by the News Sentinel, and it specified that Summitt’s property included "automobiles, clothing, jewelry and other articles of personal use or ornament." Summitt’s home off Alcoa Highway in Blount County was put up for sale earlier this summer. She lived at Sherrill Hill Senior Living in Knoxville from late January until her death on June 28 after a five-year battle with early onset Alzheimer’s disease. The will is dated July 18, 2013. Summitt’s brother, Tommy Head, was

    • Olympic gold medalist and WNBA MVP: How burnout actually helped my career
      CNBC

      Olympic gold medalist and WNBA MVP: How burnout actually helped my career

      Standing at 6 foot 5, Olympic gold medalist and WNBA MVP Elena Delle Donne looks like she could never be stopped. But burnout from basketball almost ended her incredible career. "I actually gave up the game after high school and put the basketball away for a year," she said.

    • Jim Boeheim’s Melo comments are evidence of why athletes hate the media
      CollegeBasketballTalk

      Jim Boeheim’s Melo comments are evidence of why athletes hate the media

      Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim has a habit of creating headlines that are not all that flattering, to himself or to the people that he’s commenting on, which is why it wasn’t much of a surprise that a quote he gave to Mike Waters of the Syracuse Post-Standard has been making the rounds this week. The quote in question? “He’s unlikely to win an NBA title,” Boeheim said of his former star and now three-time Olympic champion Carmelo Anthony. “He’s never been on a team that even had a remote chance of winning an NBA title.” That sounds bad, doesn’t it? But … I mean, he’s right, isn’t he? Melo is 32 years old and title-less. He’s been to the conference finals once and gotten out of the first round