“It makes you wonder, how welcome are we really as past Masters champions?”
SDSU was down 14 at one point in the second half.
Tyler Bratton took his brief case and left the building.
UConn secured its fifth straight double-digit tournament win and will play on Monday for its fifth national championship.
Lamont Butler knows what it's like to let his team down. He wasn't about to do it on the biggest stage possible in the Final Four.
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What a way to spend a Saturday in San Diego.
Nijel Pack missed about five minutes in the second half after his shoe broke randomly at the Final Four.
Anthony Richardson had a little fun during his Pro Day.
Ken Buchanan, a 2000 inductee into the International Boxing Hall of Fame, died in his sleep on Saturday at 77. Buchanan was 61-8 with 27 knockouts but was mostly known for his 1972 title bout with the legendary Roberto Duran.
Each week during the 2022-23 NBA season, we will take a deeper dive into some of the league’s biggest storylines in an attempt to determine whether the trends are based more in fact or fiction moving forward.
Caitlin Clark and Iowa handed South Carolina its first loss of the season.
Carter is an elite prospect, but his alleged involvement in a fatal car crash reportedly means that he won't join the Raiders.
“The things she’s capable of doing — one minute you think you’re going to guard her a certain way, then you watch the film and change your mind and go, ‘Oh, that’s not going to work,’” Mulkey said.
This year's Final Four teams are far from conventional and lack in 5-star recruits, but each roster was uniquely built to get them where they're at.
"He's been a great friend," DeChambeau said of Woods.
Kim Mulkey was largely quiet about Brittney Griner’s arrest and detainment in Russia despite them winning a national title together at Baylor.
Oddsmakers like the chances of quarterbacks getting taken with the top two selections.
Things got heated late in a Celtics blowout of the Bucks.
For all of the protestations and outrage at the assertion, there are at least two Boston institutions seemingly doing their best to uphold that reputation: the city's two sports radio stations.