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  • Celtics' Stevens finally gets shot to coach NCAA hero Hunter

    Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens knew all about R.J. Hunter long before he hit one of the biggest shots of last season's NCAA Tournament. If Stevens had his way, Hunter would have played for Butler instead of for his father, Ron, at Georgia State. And...
  • Correction: Wisconsin-Ryan Retiring story

    In a story June 29 about coach Bo Ryan's retirement plans, The Associated Press reported erroneously who hired Ryan at Wisconsin. It was Pat Richter, the Badgers' athletic director at the time. A corrected version of the story is below: Wisconsin...
  • The Archives: In His Mind, Peter Karmanos Was Always Gone To Carolina (May 7, 1997)

    Former Hartford Whalers and current Carolina Hurricanes owner Peter Karmanos was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday. Not many around Hartford would have thought that possible in 1997 when the Whalers played their final season here. Here's a...
  • Attitudes beginning to evolve on sports gambling

    Each year, $15 million from two gambling-related pots helps pay for Consol Energy Center, the white-roofed megastructure that's home to the Penguins. The complex deal forged between team owners and state and local leaders in 2007 to keep the team in...
  • Daquan Holiday, Allen High and NJIT grad, will continue basketball career in Germany

    Daquan Holiday, Allen High and NJIT grad, will continue basketball career in Germany
    Daquan Holiday didn't begin playing basketball until moving from Brooklyn to Allentown while in high school. His improvement over the last seven years has earned him a chance to make a living with his sport. Holiday, an Allen High graduate, recently...
  • Excerpts from recent Wisconsin editorials

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, July 1 Transit union should end the work stoppage The bus drivers union wants to make a point with its 72-hour work stoppage this week but that point could have been made without leaving thousands of people scrambling for...
  • UConn Men's Insider: Gibbs Makes Amends; Happy To Be A Husky

    UConn Men's Insider: Gibbs Makes Amends; Happy To Be A Husky
    STORRS — It had been a frustrating season at Seton Hall. What was once promising was now falling apart. As Sterling Gibbs hit the floor to chase a loose ball, the frustration boiled up and got the better of him. As he grappled with Villanova's Ryan...
  • Numbers suggest good things ahead for Brittny Ellis and Jalen Brunson

    Numbers suggest good things ahead for Brittny Ellis and Jalen Brunson
    College and pro coaches are always trying to project how athletes will perform at the next level — THEIR level, to be exact. Fans of high-profile team sports such as basketball and football are familiar with the processes, which are called college...
  • Epps (Coppin State) wins triple jump at USA Track and Field Championships

    Epps (Coppin State) wins triple jump at USA Track and Field Championships
    Christina Epps (Coppin State) won the triple jump at the USA Track and Field Championships at Oregon's Hayward Field on Friday night by posting a personal-best mark of 46 feet, 2.75 inches. "It actually hasn't sunk in yet," Epps said. "It feels so unreal....
  • Scott Burrell Top Candidate To Coach Southern Basketball

    Scott Burrell Top Candidate To Coach Southern Basketball
    Scott Burrell, one of the top players in UConn history, has emerged as a leading candidate to become the next basketball coach at Southern Connecticut. "He's a candidate; he's applied; he's been on campus," Southern athletic director Jay Moran told...
  • Tom Sorensen: Snubbed in draft, ex-Kentucky shooting star Aaron Harrison seeks spot with Hornets

    Aaron Harrison, who led Kentucky in scoring last season, watched last week's NBA draft from home. He saw teammates selected first, sixth, 12th and 13th. Andrew Harrison, his twin brother who is younger by a minute, was selected 44th. Big man Dakari...