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  • Boatright Likely A Long Shot To Hear Name Called At NBA Draft

    Boatright Likely A Long Shot To Hear Name Called At NBA Draft
    Numbers don't lie, but they can sometimes deceive. When Ryan Boatright lined up for measurements at the NBA draft combine in May, he was the shortest player, with the shortest wingspan. "When you're this size, all you have to have is a lot of heart," he...
  • Foreign intrigue now part of Heat's draft discussion

    Foreign intrigue now part of Heat's draft discussion
    "I like the homegrown product, I just do. I feel comfortable with it. And maybe somewhere in free agency or via some trades, we may have missed somewhere along the line, but I just felt I just like the players here. That's where I've gone. I not saying...
  • Brad Townsend: What will draft hold for Mudiay after skipping SMU for China?

    UNIVERSITY PARK, Texas It probably isn't great for his sanity, but SMU basketball coach Larry Brown continues to wonder, "What if?" What if 6-5 point guard Emmanuel Mudiay had not decided to turn pro last July? What if, as originally planned, he had...
  • Michael Phelps third in 200 freestyle in Santa Clara

    Michael Phelps third in 200 freestyle in Santa Clara
    Michael Phelps finished third in the men's 200 freestyle at the Arena Pro Series on Friday night in Santa Clara, Calif., and was not especially pleased with the result. "It's not really much fun watching people swim past you like they did," said Phelps,...
  • Luke DeCock: New college basketball rules a good step, but don't go far enough

    The 30-second shot clock isn't going to fix what's wrong with college basketball, and it may cause as many problems as it solves. What's important about that change, and the other new rules the NCAA approved earlier this month, is the willingness to...
  • Boys basketball: Curie's Devin Gage commits to DePaul

    Boys basketball: Curie's Devin Gage commits to DePaul
    Devin Gage made the best out of some idle time Friday. The Curie point guard pledged an oral commitment to DePaul coach Dave Leitao during an unofficial visit. Gage is the first recruit from the class of 2016 to commit to Leitao since he was hired for...
  • North Carolina extends Williams' contract through 2019-20 season

    CHAPEL HILL, N.C. North Carolina coach Roy Williams has received a contract extension that could keep him as the Tar Heels' coach through the 2019-2020 season, the university announced Friday. Before the extension, Williams' contract had been due to...
  • Travelers Announces Celebrity Pro-Am Field; Includes UConn Coaches

    Travelers Announces Celebrity Pro-Am Field; Includes UConn Coaches
    The Travelers Championship announced the list of celebrity participants scheduled to play in Wednesday's annual pro-am. Here's the release from the event: HARTFORD, Conn., June 19, 2015 - The Travelers Championship announced today that top celebrities...
  • Stephen L. Carter: The word 'dynasty' doesn't mean much today

    After the Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League won their third championship in six years, ecstatic sportswriters labeled the team a "dynasty." Political buffs, imagining a possible 2016 presidential race between Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush,...
  • UConn Women's Insider: Introducing Molly Bent

    UConn Women's Insider: Introducing Molly Bent
    As often happens with recruiting, time and place can be just as important as skill and potential. And as it related to Molly Bent's journey to UConn, kismet came at the Deep South AAU Tournament in Raleigh, N.C., in April. Bent, a promising 5-foot-9...
  • Last NCAA independent hoops school, NJIT, joins Atlantic Sun

    NCAA men's and women's basketball no longer has any independent institutions now that the New Jersey Institute of Technology agreed Friday to join the Atlantic Sun Conference. The lone independent among 351 Division I basketball schools over the past two...