COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Michigan put together its best half in a long time and never looked back.
As a result, the Wolverines will enter next week's Big Ten tournament with momentum at their backs.
Michigan received a career-high 28 points from Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman, 22 of which came in the first half, as the Wolverines blew by Maryland on ...Read more
DALLAS -- Wichita State's offense is seemingly growing more explosive by the game.
After Conner Frankamp regained his swagger earlier in the week against Tulane, Markis McDuffie regained his scoring touch to help lead No. 13 Wichita State to an 84-78 victory over SMU at Moody Coliseum on Saturday. The Shockers won their sixth straight game and ...Read more
OMAHA, Neb. -- Another road game, another half-crazed sellout crowd, and another chance to grind out a win in a tough environment was the task Saturday for third-ranked Villanova.
But it wasn't to be for the Wildcats. They gave up an eight-point lead in the final 41/2 minutes of regulation as Creighton forced overtime, then went on an extended ...Read more
After an internal review, the University of Kentucky has concluded that no player's eligibility is threatened by the Yahoo Sports story that implicated UK in the ongoing FBI investigation of college basketball.
"Based on the available information, (UK) determined that there were no eligibility issues or rules violations for any current student-...Read more
The latest bombshell report related to the federal investigation into college basketball dropped late Friday night.
Sources told ESPN that FBI wiretaps used in the investigation intercepted telephone conversations between Arizona coach Sean Miller and Christian Dawkins, an aspiring agent and central figure in the corruption case. The ...Read more
Highly touted basketball recruit Shareef O'Neal -- the son of former NBA star Shaquille O'Neal -- announced Saturday that he is no longer committed to Arizona, a program that has been mired in reports of wrongdoing as a result of the federal investigation into corruption in college basketball.
O'Neal is the No. 33 overall prospect in the ...Read more
PHOENIX -- This was supposed to be an easy one for the Los angeles Clippers, but their 128-117 victory over an overwhelmed Phoenix Suns team made L.A. feel some angst toward the end of the game Friday night at Talking Stick Resort Arena.
The Clippers looked to be trouble-free when they built a 29-point lead and had 79 points at halftime. It was...Read more
LOS ANGELES--The night that Lonzo Ball returned to the Los Angeles Lakers' lineup, Julius Randle stole the show.
Randle notched his fifth career triple double with 18 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists as the Lakers beat the Dallas Mavericks 124-102. With the win, the Lakers improved to 24-34 while the Mavericks fell to 18-41.
"I was just ...Read more
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The bribery and corruption case enveloping college basketball could roil Arizona and USC, the teams at the top of the Pac-12 Conference standings.
Expense reports obtained by federal authorities from ASM Sports, a high-powered agency that represents professional basketball players, detail payments to people close to USC stars Chimezie Metu and ...Read more
BOULDER, Colo. -- Try as he might, Aaron Holiday can't win games on his own.
The UCLA point guard is usually his team's leading scorer and playmaker, but there are also times when it seems as if he's the only productive Bruin on the court.
That was the case for much of the second half Thursday night against Utah. Holiday sparked a comeback ...Read more
HOUSTON -- The Timberwolves lost the game and quite possibly their star in Friday's 120-102 defeat at Houston.
Four-time All Star Jimmy Butler was helped off the floor late in the third quarter by teammates after he was unable to put weight on his right leg.
He was injured when he pivoted to take a shot and his right knee gave way without any ...Read more
NEW ORLEANS -- If nothing else, the Miami Heat know drama.
Trouble is, they also know plenty about losing lately.
Putting themselves into yet another fight to the finish, the Heat emerged with a now all-too-familiar result Friday night at Smoothie King Center, falling 124-123 in overtime to the New Orleans Pelicans.
With guard Jrue Holiday ...Read more
DETROIT -- The Detroit Pistons' shooting forms didn't return from the NBA All-Star break.
And the Boston Celtics took advantage Friday night at Little Caesars Arena.
Several 3-pointers during garbage time allowed the Pistons to finish 10 for 33 from behind the arc in a 110-98 loss.
It was both teams' first game out of the break and the ...Read more
NEW ORLEANS -- Dwyane Wade has not been able to avoid the calipers during this second chapter with the Miami Heat. He expected nothing less -- even as the Heat do.
"I've had it twice already since I've been here," Wade said of the Heat's renowned body-fat measurements. "But it's a part of what I need on this team, especially as we get down the ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball essentially shrugged at the FBI investigation that alleges several current and former college basketball players received money from an agent while in college.
"Everybody knows everybody's getting paid," Ball said of college athletes. "That's just how it is. Everybody's getting paid anyway, you might as ...Read more
One and done.
That was essentially the message from Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany, who told the Tribune on Friday the conference tournament would return to Madison Square Garden in New York only if the Big Ten can have the premier weekend -- the one the Big East has had locked in since 1983.
Why? Because moving this season's event to MSG ...Read more
Michigan State is tied to another major scandal, this time involving the FBI's probe into college basketball corruption.
And Miles Bridges is part of the focus.
Federal documents obtained by Yahoo Sports link the MSU star's mother, Cynthia Bridges, to Christian Dawkins, a middle man for former NBA agent Andy Miller and his ASM Sports agency.
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Missouri star freshman Michael Porter Jr. has been cleared to practice. That means the 6-foot-10 forward could play for MU this season before he likely enters the NBA draft.
Mizzou coach Cuonzo Martin said Porter would be worked into practice Friday but had no update on a potential return to game action. For now, Porter will ...Read more
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Former and current Duke, North Carolina and N.C. State players are among those named in discovery documents in the federal investigation into college basketball, according to Yahoo Sports.
The report from Yahoo on Friday says "hundreds of pages of documents" provide "a clear-eyed view into the pervasive nature of the game's ...Read more
OAKLAND, Calif. -- His prophecy came true, much to the chagrin of Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers.
He predicted before the game that it was going to take the Clippers scoring an abundance of points in order to have a chance at defeating the high-octane offense that is the Golden State Warriors.
The Clippers did score a lot, but the ...Read more
- Big names at USC and Arizona linked to corruption case
- Michigan State's Tom Izzo denies wrongdoing in response to Miles Bridges report
- Lonzo Ball on college players: 'Everybody's getting paid anyway, you might as well make it legal'
- Randle dazzles in Lakers rout
- Big Ten Commissioner: Condensed basketball schedule 'wasn't healthy' and won't be repeated