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  • VCU's Shaka Smart opines on NCAA reform, 'one-and-done'

    VCU's Shaka Smart opines on NCAA reform, 'one-and-done'
    RICHMOND — Whether awaiting a flight at New York's LaGuardia Airport or lunching on Franklin Street, VCU athletic director Ed McLaughlin marvels at the volume and variety of folks who recognize Rams basketball coach Shaka Smart. A Northeasterner...
  • Florida basketball coaches group wants state tourney in Lakeland

    Florida basketball coaches group wants state tourney in Lakeland
    The Florida Association of Basketball Coaches distributed a written statement on Tuesday that expressed its hope to keep the state girls and boys basketball finals at The Lakeland Center, host venue for the past 19 years and 33 of 38 seasons since 1977....
  • Delany driven on Madison Square Garden move

    Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany rarely loses a battle of wills.   After enriching the conference by creating the Big Ten Network and a conference title game, are university presidents and chancellors in any position to rebuff him?   Delany continues to...
  • Zach LaVine, Jordan Adams, Kyle Anderson give UCLA good draft showing

    Steve Alford has been coach at UCLA for one season, but already he has seen three Bruins players taken in the first round of the NBA draft. The Minnesota Timberwolves selected Zach LaVine at No. 13, the Memphis Grizzlies chose Jordan Adams with the 22nd...
  • Steps 4 Stellar continues down the path of helping families battling cancer

    The next generation is taking over at the Stellar Construction "Catch A Rising Star" Basketball Showcase. Tournament director Glen Klein, lead sponsor Tony Stellar and staff stalwarts such as Bob Wootsick and John Hrebik, all have their children...
  • New sports center aims to teach more than basketball

    New sports center aims to teach more than basketball
    In many sports, the job of coaching usually goes beyond explaining the fundamentals of the game. For Fran Paradise, the mission of his new youth basketball player development center in Naperville is far more than to teach the shake-and-bake, the dribble...
  • Kwame Alexander, whose dunks thrill Drew League, seeks to leap to NBA

    Kwame Alexander, whose dunks thrill Drew League, seeks to leap to NBA
    There's a murmur in the crowd as the ball crosses over the Drew League logo at half court. Kwame Alexander is nowhere near the play, but the fans see his dreadlocks bobbing, see him streaking down the court, and know that the closest thing they will see...
  • Putting the Maryland coaches' salaries in perspective

    Putting the Maryland coaches' salaries in perspective
    College athletic coaches continue to dominate the upper ranks of Maryland's public salary structure, with University of Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon, football coach Randy Edsall and women's basketball coach Brenda Frese ranking as the...
  • Delany's competitive drive takes him from ACC to Big Ten

    Delany's competitive drive takes him from ACC to Big Ten
    More than four decades later, Eddie Fogler can still see Jim Delany dumping their North Carolina basketball teammate Rusty Clark on the floor during a practice at Carmichael Auditorium. It was payback for the hard screen that Clark, one of the team's...
  • Len Bias to be inducted into Maryland Athletics Hall of Fame

    Len Bias to be inducted into Maryland Athletics Hall of Fame
    Since a memorial service at a sweltering, standing-room only Cole Field House was held a few days after Len Bias' death in June 1986, there has been little official connection between the former basketball All-American and the University of Maryland....
  • NCAA compared to 'cartel' during testimony at antitrust trial

    The federal antitrust trial against the NCAA challenging the multibillion-dollar college sports industry’s compensation practices, and its long-held notion of amateurism, moved through its second day Tuesday with more questioning of a Stanford...