Austin Hatch got the moment he and John Beilein had waited a long time for.
Some 20 minutes before Michigan and Ohio State tipped off Sunday afternoon, Hatch walked through Crisler Center's Blavin Tunnel to a thunderous ovation as he was honored at Michigan's senior day.
Hatch, who survived two deadly plane crashes as a youth and was forced ...Read more
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Michigan basketball has its third signature win and officially has an NCAA Tournament resume without many flaws.
The 22nd-ranked Wolverines got 17 points from Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman and 15 from Jordan Poole on Sunday, pushing through No. 8 Ohio State, 74-62, to end the home portion of their schedule in style.
With the ...Read more
CLEMSON, S.C. -- The stakes were pretty high leading up to Duke's game against Clemson on Sunday at Littlejohn Coliseum.
Winner would have sole possession of second place in the ACC standings. Loser would fall half a game behind North Carolina for fourth place. So on Sunday, both teams battled. And in the end, while it wasn't pretty, Duke came ...Read more
LeBron James is among those to wonder how someone under the legal age to drink alcohol can purchase an assault rifle.
The Cleveland Cavaliers superstar offered this thoughts on last week's Stoneman Douglas High School shooting during his media availability at NBA All-Star Weekend.
"It's a tragedy," James said. "We've seen these schools and ...Read more
LOS ANGELES--Elijah Stewart couldn't miss.
The senior guard knocked down five consecutive three-point shots and threw in a couple alley-oops Saturday as USC cruised to a 72-59 victory over Oregon State at the Galen Center.
"You just hit this kind of mood," Stewart said after the game. "Where everything just feels good."
The Trojans improved ...Read more
LOS ANGELES--Thomas Welsh patted the area around his heart before pointing to the roaring UCLA student section behind the baseline. He then turned toward the students on the other side of the court and repeated the gesture before hugging former teammate Isaac Hamilton, who had risen from his courtside seat to share in the moment.
Welsh ensured ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Draymond Green sat down on the bus and started crying. It was his freshman year at Michigan State and his coach didn't play him a single second against Ohio State.
Green was so upset that he called his mother. He wanted to transfer. She talked him off that cliff.
"Ma, you've got to get me out of here," Green said. "She said, '...Read more
LOS ANGELES--Donovan Mitchell wasn't much of a shooter. He wasn't really a ballhandler or a passer. He didn't have basketball in his blood.
But he could jump -- high. Like, really high.
"I wasn't really much of a basketball player," Mitchell said. "I just dunked and played defense."
He was better suited for the pitching mound, where he could ...Read more
The Shekhinah is ComingValjean Tchakirides
The Shekhinah is Coming: Secrets of the Divine presents a circular study of what Tchakirides calls "the divine plan that ends where it begins - 'in LIGHT'". This work bridges the gap between religion and science, offering explanations of recent NASA discoveries and suggesting what they might ...
LOS ANGELES--Tobias Harris started the three-point shooting contest in grand fashion, knocking down 18 threes in the first round, advancing the Los Angeles Clippers forward to the championship round Saturday night at Staples Center.
But in the final, Harris could not overcome the hot shooting of Phoenix Suns guard Devin Booker, who won the ...Read more
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Roy Williams told his players before North Carolina's game at Louisville on Saturday that he was the only one in the program with a road win over the Cardinals.
Now he's got company.
Senior guard Joel Berry scored 23 points to lead No. 14 UNC to a 93-76 road win over Louisville on Saturday night.
It was UNC's fifth straight...Read more
LOS ANGELES--Dirk Nowitzki was fast asleep, across an ocean and past four countries, when his phone came to life with the news the rest of the NBA anticipated in July of 2010. The key that unlocked all the rest of free agency had finally been turned. LeBron James made a decision.
Nowitzki's phone wouldn't be ignored.
So he woke up to the ...Read more
LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Cole Aldrich, who went 55-0 as a player in Allen Fieldhouse, enjoyed another victory, this one as a special spectator and honoree, on Saturday in the Jayhawks' tradition rich building.
Udoka Azubuike scored 21 points -- hitting 7 of 10 free throws to go with 7 of 8 from the floor -- and Devonte Graham added 15 points, eight ...Read more
CINCINNATI, Ohio -- It was the Big East's big showdown Saturday, matching reeling Villanova and a Xavier team determined to put a major dent in the Wildcats' bid to win a fifth consecutive regular-season championship in the conference.
But the third-ranked Cats had other ideas. They showed the fourth-ranked Musketeers and a capacity crowd at ...Read more
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Sindarius Thornwell had a courtside seat, but he barely used it. He paced as much as the space allowed. He barked encouragement, clapped his hands and pumped his fists.
It was gameday at Colonial Life Arena and South Carolina looked like a complete basketball team again. The Gamecocks had guards hitting shots, bigs dominating ...Read more
LOS ANGELES--The first miss of the 2018 All-Star game happened long before any of the players took the court for 48 minutes of long-range shooting, high-flying dunks and mimed "defense."
Sunday at Staples Center, the NBA will unveil a change of format to the game, pitting two teams drafted by the leading vote-getters in each conference, Golden ...Read more
ROSEMONT, Ill. -- Everything was rounding into form for Michigan State.
A No. 1 ranking. Upsets in the Big Ten. A chance for a championship.
And then Northwestern erupted for a first half that looked like all of those dreams would be vaporized, putting the Spartans down by as many as 27 points.
But momentum is a strange thing. And MSU rode a ...Read more
University of Miami basketball coach Jim Larranaga took the opportunity after Saturday's 62-55 loss to Syracuse to let the world know his views on gun control in the wake of the Stoneman Douglas High massacre.
"I think we have to do something about our gun laws," Larranaga said. "We're not the Wild, Wild West where everybody should carry a gun....Read more
NORMAN, Okla. -- Texas fans were living it up earlier this month during a big win over Oklahoma. Baker Mayfield wanted to return the favor.
He was introduced to the OU faithful during a timeout Saturday and hoisted his Heisman Trophy. Then the former OU quarterback started jumping around, flashing the upside-down "Hook 'em" hand sign, and got ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Former Heat guard Ray Allen is one step closer to receiving a spot in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
On Saturday, he was announced among the 13 finalists for the honor. Allen spent two of his 18 NBA seasons with the Heat, helping them win one championship. He is most known for hitting a 3-pointer with 5.2 seconds ...Read more
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