College Basketball

The NCAA announced it would cancel the immensely popular college basketball tournaments as the COVID-19 outbreak expands across the country.
The outspoken analyst, who covers the NCAA Tournament for CBS and Turner, made the statement as coronavirus fears mount.
The decision follows guidance from public health officials to limit large public gatherings on account of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The ESPN-owned SEC Network said the on-air remark during a basketball game was "unacceptable."
Cosmo flew more than 22 feet for the alley-oop jam to liven up a timeout during a weekend game.
Kansas player Silvio De Sousa, now suspended indefinitely, was poised to hit someone with a stool.
"The guys realized he was hot and kept going to him,” coach Ty Harrelson said.
Isaiah Hill floored Nick Smith of Nova Southeastern and the refs didn't see it.
The Lumberjacks ended the Blue Devils' 150-game home winning streak against nonconference opponents.
Officials apologized for "not thoroughly vetting" the risque performance at an annual basketball show.
Big-time college athletic programs treat athletes like "commodities" and aren't "giving them the education that they deserve," the senator said.
It's the third time this year the president has welcomed star athletes to the White House with greasy grub.
Longtime women's basketball coach Sylvia Hatchell was accused of forcing her team to play while hurt and using a threat involving "nooses."
Blackmail charges against the star lawyer didn't stop him from releasing what he claimed were damaging documents involving the company.
As the Final Four begins, the question is no longer whether college sports "amateurism" will die. It’s when and how it finally will.
But the lawyer's latest allegations only reveal his own ignorance about college basketball "corruption."
Only in the asinine world of college sports could paying talented, marketable athletes be damaging to anyone.
The president picks Duke to win the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament and UCONN to win the Women's Tournament.
The Duke basketball star's injury is more proof that it's time to change restrictive NBA and NCAA rules that only hurt players.