MIAMI (AP) -- A year ago when Miami and Indiana faced off in the postseason, there were blood-drawing hits, flagrant fouls, technical fouls, choke signs being directed toward LeBron James and more than a few sharp-tongued comments.
(NewsUSA) - The situation at Rutgers is what happens when priorities are out of line.
Shame on the players and any parents who knew what was going on at Rutgers.
And if you don't think some players told their parents about the horrors going on at basketball practice, you're naive.
This is not to let Mike Rice off the hook one bit. He physically and verbally abused his players and it led to him being fired as Rutgers' men's basketball coach on April 3.
Sadly, Rice's dismissal only came after
(NewsUSA) - What would you rather have? Analysts and fans micro-focusing on mundane, soul-draining considerations, like whether LeBron James should compete in next year's dunk contest, or truly great basketball games?
For example, what took place in Madison Square Garden on Feb. 27 is what sports are supposed to be about. Competition, exhilaration and fun. Warriors guard Stephen Curry put on a show with 54 points, including 11 three-pointers. On the other side, Carmelo Anthony dropped 35 point
(NewsUSA) - Saying it's been a positive run for The U would be an understatement. A balder, more brolic Dwayne Johnson recently hoisted the WWE Championship over his shoulders for the first time in a decade. Then, Warren Sapp was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame, Reggie Johnson's tip-in kept Miami undefeated in ACC hoops and five Hurricane alums on the Ravens became world champions while Frank Gore rushed for 110 yards in a losing effort.
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