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  • Calipari's Crew Big Story Again

    LEXINGTON, Ky. — John Calipari and his Kentucky pipeline to the NBA will have yet another major impact on the league's annual draft. It's nothing new, but Thursday night could be record-setting — even for the Wildcats. Calipari's first...
  • Soccer standout Andrew Gutman follows his roots to Indiana

     Soccer standout Andrew Gutman follows his roots to Indiana
    Hinsdale Central recent graduate Andrew Gutman has been enamored with Indiana University since he was a kid. His family has a long history of having attended the university and he would often take trips to the Bloomington campus with his parents Phil...
  • William & Mary coach believes Marcus Thornton has 'real chance' to be selected in NBA draft

    William & Mary coach believes Marcus Thornton has 'real chance' to be selected in NBA draft
    As William and Mary royalty — he's the school's career scoring leader, a prospective NBA draft choice and a charismatic presence — Marcus Thornton was a natural headliner for Tribe coach Tony Shaver's youth basketball camp this week....
  • Biggest Kentucky group to date preparing for NBA draft

    John Calipari and his Kentucky pipeline to the NBA will have yet another major impact on the league's annual draft. It's nothing new, but Thursday night could be record-setting — even for the Wildcats. Calipari's first Kentucky team in 2010...
  • Virginia baseball, Duke basketball headline ACC's exceptional 2014-15

    Five national championships in a school year are not extraordinary for the ACC. Since expanding in 2004, the league has averaged 4.5 titles, with a record eight in 2009-10. But given which championships ACC teams won, and how the conference built upon...
  • Transfer Robert Carter Jr. could be Terps' secret weapon in 2015-16

    Transfer Robert Carter Jr. could be Terps' secret weapon in 2015-16
    Robert Carter Jr. is used to being off the radar. Growing up in tiny Thomasville, Ga., Carter didn't get much early attention outside the area because there weren't any travel basketball teams for his age group. Only when Carter finally got a chance...
  • D'Angelo Russell has superstar potential, Lakers Coach Byron Scott says

    Mitch Kupchak had a question for the newest member of the Lakers. He called D'Angelo Russell shortly after the Lakers took him with the No. 2 pick in Thursday's NBA draft. "Did we surprise you a little bit?" the Lakers' general manager asked the...
  • Lakers better have big free-agent plans after going small in draft

    Lakers better have big free-agent plans after going small in draft
    About that NBA draft that appeared to be a Lakers slam dunk? They broke ankles, stepped back, and shot a trey. All the hype over the franchise-changing big man the Lakers would be miraculously handed with their second pick? They didn't want him....
  • One year after joining Big Ten, Maryland on the road to solvency and success

    One year after joining Big Ten, Maryland on the road to solvency and success
    Like many in College Park, longtime Maryland men's soccer coach Sasho Cirovski was surprised when university president Wallace D. Loh announced in November 2012 that the Terps would be moving to the Big Ten Conference in 2014. And like many of his...
  • Ira Winderman: How Justise was served to the Heat

    Ira Winderman: How Justise was served to the Heat
    The perception of Pat Riley is locked in, fixated, focused. Amid the mayhem, Riley, during his coaching days, would sit pregame on the bench diagramming one last set of plays, dark-blue pen on light-blue card stock, oblivious to balls ricocheting...
  • Miles Simelton transfers to Lewis University from Lehigh

    Miles Simelton transfers to Lewis University from Lehigh
    Miles Simelton is coming home. The Oswego graduate, who played basketball the past two seasons for Lehigh University, is looking for an expanded role and has transferred to Lewis. Moving from an NCAA Division I to Division II school, the 6-foot junior...