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  • Lottery landscape: Players within (and out of) Heat reach at No. 10

    Lottery landscape: Players within (and out of) Heat reach at No. 10
    The Miami Heat did not beat the game in Tuesday's NBA Draft lottery, but they stayed in the game, which is what mattered most, emerging with the No. 10 pick for the June 25 NBA Draft in Brooklyn. Based on Tuesday's results, a look at where the Heat...
  • Women's lacrosse notebook: Terps heavily rely on seniors

    Women's lacrosse notebook: Terps heavily rely on seniors
    While some of Maryland's younger players, especially junior Tewaaraton Award winner Taylor Cummings and freshman leading scorer Megan Whittle, have often stolen the spotlight in the drive to Friday's NCAA Division I tournament semifinals, the No. 1 and...
  • One year after Mitchell completed mass exodus from Maryland, Terps are title contenders

    One year after Mitchell completed mass exodus from Maryland, Terps are title contenders
    Exactly a year ago, Charles Mitchell became the last of five Maryland players to transfer after the end of the 2013-14 season. With the addition of four freshmen -- five if you include Trayvon Reed, whose career in College Park lasted less than a...
  • Curbing college basketball timeouts, physical play more important than 30-second clock

    Curbing college basketball timeouts, physical play more important than 30-second clock
    Men’s college basketball is a June 8 rubber stamp away from shortening its shot clock from 35 to 30 seconds, and given the ongoing debate over pace of play and low scoring, the headlines, hosannas and raspberries that greeted last week’s...
  • Lakers' lucky number comes up in NBA draft lottery with No. 2 pick

    Lakers' lucky number comes up in NBA draft lottery with No. 2 pick
    The agony subsided after many, many months of it. Something finally went right for the Lakers after their worst season ever. They hung on to the pick they could have lost because of the Steve Nash trade and doubled down by jumping from No. 4 to No. 2 in...
  • New UF coach Mike White quickly wows Gators with energy

    New UF coach Mike White quickly wows Gators with energy
    GAINESVILLE — Billy Donovan is gone to the NBA, but in the lobby of the UF basketball practice complex, it is like the iconic coach never left. Donovan's image and list of accomplishments cover an entire wall. A trophy case across the room...
  • UCF basketball hires 24-year-old Harvard assistant Christian Webster

    UCF basketball hires 24-year-old Harvard assistant Christian Webster
    At just 24 years old, Christian Webster already has two assistant coaching jobs on his resume, UCF men's basketball being the latest. Webster, who graduated from Harvard in 2013, joined his alma mater's coaching staff shortly after completing a...
  • AAC Women's Basketball Tournament Returns To Mohegan Sun Arena

    AAC Women's Basketball Tournament Returns To Mohegan Sun Arena
    The American Athletic Conference women's basketball tournament will return to the Mohegan Sun next season. The conference and the Mohegan Sun have developed a great working relationship over past last two seasons resulting in one of the most successful...
  • UConn Learns Which AAC Hoop Teams It Will Play Twice In 2015

    UConn Learns Which AAC Hoop Teams It Will Play Twice In 2015
    UConn will get only one shot against East Carolina and South Florida next season. The American Athletic Conference men's basketball pairings for 2015-16 were announced Wednesday, and with 11 teams in the league, and an 18-game conference schedule, each...
  • Sterling Gibbs' Transfer To UConn More About Business, Less About Emotion

    Sterling Gibbs was a recruit again – for the third time, in fact - but he was now a grown man, a soon-to-be college graduate. And when it came to choosing a school to finish his basketball eligibility, he approached it as more a business, less...
  • John Lo Schiavo dies at 90; USF president terminated basketball program

    John Lo Schiavo dies at 90; USF president terminated basketball program
    When Queen Elizabeth II stopped in San Francisco on a U.S. tour in 1983, a tall, affable Jesuit priest stood in the receiving line to greet her at a formal event. Father John Lo Schiavo, then president of the University of San Francisco, told the...