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  • 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...
  • Rasheed Sulaimon joins Terps basketball team that could rival 1970s powerhouse

    Rasheed Sulaimon joins Terps basketball team that could rival 1970s powerhouse
    The addition of Duke transfer Rasheed Sulaimon to a Maryland team many have already picked to win the Big Ten Conference next season and be a legitimate contender for a national championship gives the Terps the most talent fans in College Park have...
  • Sterling Gibbs Picks UConn

    UConn has landed another ready-made player for next season. Sterling Gibbs, one of the most sought-after graduate transfer players available, committed to the Huskies on Saturday after a two-day visit to the campus. Gibbs, a 6-foot-2 guard, averaged 16.3...
  • Portage's Cheky soldiers on at MSU despite nagging back problems

    Portage's Cheky soldiers on at MSU despite nagging back problems
    Baseball is an acquired taste for Tony Cheky. At Portage High School the sport was a distant third to basketball, where he started at point guard, and football. Up-tempo games trumped the more leisurely pace of baseball. Cheky's lifestyle preference...
  • Benet's Frank Kaminsky wants NBA teams to be frank with him about draft

    Benet's Frank Kaminsky wants NBA teams to be frank with him about draft
    CHICAGO — Frank Kaminsky wants to hear the truth. Even if it hurts. In all of his interviews with teams Wednesday and Thursday at the NBA draft combine — including a half-hour talk with the Orlando Magic — he asked executives and...
  • Trinity Rolls Into NCAA Quarterfinals

    Martha Griffin scored three goals and Renee Olsen had two goals and an assist as Trinity defeated Pomona-Pitzer 16-2 Saturday in an NCAA Division III women's lacrosse third-round game in Hartford. The Bantams (19-1) will play the College of New Jersey...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Massie gains win, save as Apprentice moves into USCAA World Series' final trio

    COLLEGES: Baseball: USCAA: The Apprentice School won two elimination games Friday to become one of the final three teams remaining in the U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association Small College World Series at War Memorial Stadium. The Builders (27-14),...
  • USC salary data show exits by Lane Kiffin, Kevin O'Neill were costly

    USC salary data show exits by Lane Kiffin, Kevin O'Neill were costly
    The aftermath of the Lane Kiffin and Kevin O'Neill eras at USC, which ended with their firings in 2013, proved an expensive proposition for the university after they departed. Kiffin, who was fired after the fifth game of the 2013 football season,...
  • Big-man prospect Willie Cauley-Stein says playing basketball is his calling

    Big-man prospect Willie Cauley-Stein says playing basketball is his calling
    CHICAGO — As the NBA Draft Combine approached, Willie Cauley-Stein received some advice from University of Kentucky coach John Calipari and assistant coach Kenny Payne. Calipari and Payne told him that NBA team executives would pepper him with...
  • Zion-Benton basketball players can't 'weight' for next season

    Zion-Benton basketball players can't 'weight' for next season
    It's 6:30 on Wednesday morning, 80 minutes before the school bell will ring to signal the start of classroom learning for the day. Yet, one room at Zion-Benton already is abuzz with activity, full with 20 freshmen, sophomore and junior boys. It's...
  • NCAA committee calls for switch to 30-second shot clock

    The NCAA made a series of changes to men's college basketball two seasons ago in an attempt to boost scoring and reduce physical play under the basket. Those changes barely moved the needle, so now the NCAA is taking more drastic steps. The NCAA Men's...