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  • Indianapolis is the ideal place to realize hoop dreams

    Indianapolis is the ideal place to realize hoop dreams
    A Kentucky fan stood on a downtown corner Thursday night and snapped a picture of the basketball team's bus. Never mind the bus was empty, that Kentucky players had minutes before they left for their hotel rooms. These were the actual tires and axel...
  • Sports TV and radio: Friday's 4/3 log (updated Friday PM)

    9 a.m.    Exhibition baseball: Tampa Bay vs. Philadelphia (d.).--MLB Net. 11 a.m.    Basketball: Dick’s Sporting Goods National High School Invitational girls semifinals: Gonzaga Prep (Wash.) vs. Miami Country Day, then South Shore (N.Y.) vs....
  • Kentucky tries to keep things perfect vs. Wisconsin

    INDIANAPOLIS — Next in the way of Kentucky's perfect season: Frank the Tank and his fun-loving band of Wisconsin teammates. Player of the Year Frank Kaminsky and the Badgers were so loose they were giggling on the podium during their interviews...
  • On The Fly: Tiger Will Make Masters Even More Enjoyable

    The world's 96th-ranked golfer announced he will play in the Masters next week, and that's big news because his name is Tiger Woods. The appearance at Augusta National will end a nine-week layoff for Woods, 39, whose game has been a mess over the past...
  • Potential draft prospect D'Angelo Russell shines in tournament debut

    Potential draft prospect D'Angelo Russell shines in tournament debut
    When the NCAA's Round of 64 kicked off on Thursday, Ohio State freshman guard D'Angelo Russell did not disappoint. The Buckeyes (10th seed) upset VCU (seventh) behind 28 points from Russell, despite the 6-foot-5 guard taking an elbow to the face that...
  • Struggling UF braces for brutal test against No. 1 Kentucky

    Struggling UF braces for brutal test against No. 1 Kentucky
    GAINESVILLE — A lost, unsalvageable season is far from over for the Florida Gators. With a month remaining in SEC play, the losses and indignities are sure to continue for a team lacking leadership, talent and experience. The only question seems...
  • Villanova's Darrun Hilliard continued legacy of Lehigh Valley players in NCAA Tournament

    Villanova's Darrun Hilliard continued legacy of Lehigh Valley players in NCAA Tournament
    Liberty High School grad Darrun Hilliard helped Villanova earn a high seed and make a run, albeit short-lived, in the NCAA men's basketball tournament this month, adding to a legacy of players with local roots bringing national recognition to Lehigh...
  • Referee Bryan Kersey earns first Final Four assignment

    Long one of the ACC’s premier basketball officials, Bryan Kersey has earned the ultimate assignment: his first Final Four. Kersey, a Hampton Roads native and resident, will work one of Saturday’s semifinals in Indianapolis, either Duke-...
  • Jerry Greene: NFL is still king, but poll confirms soccer really is on rise

    Jerry Greene: NFL is still king, but poll confirms soccer really is on rise
    Lists are one of my favorite things and one of my favorite lists is The Harris Poll's annual determination of America's favorite sports. Why do I love it? The usual reason we love things: It supports some of my beliefs. •We love the NFL above all...
  • St. Rita's Charles Matthews, Daily Southtown Boys Basketball Player of the Year

    St. Rita's Charles Matthews, Daily Southtown Boys Basketball Player of the Year
    There's much to appreciate about Charles Matthews' basketball skills. The 6-foot-6 senior from St. Rita possesses the means to put the ball in the basket a variety of ways, often lifting fans from their seats in awe. Launching a jump shot, driving to...
  • This Final Four will be where elite meet—only blue bloods need apply

    This Final Four will be where elite meet—only blue bloods need apply
    It turned out this wasn't the year for something different, fresh, shiny or new. The world wasn't ready for Notre Dame advancing to its first Final Four since 1978, or Gonzaga marching on to the backdrop of Bing Crosby's "Swinging on a Star." The...