Marvin Bagley is the consensus No. 1 prospect in all of high school basketball. Three coaching staffs huddled around their TVs for more than half an hour late Monday night as ESPN taunted them with Yankees-Red Sox highlights, coverage of Ezekiel Elliott’s suspension and NBA schedule analysis. Only
Sacrificing basic freedoms and brushing off safety concerns, dozens of Americans have traveled to a hostile country to compete in the Pyongyang Marathon.
Oregon's star wide receiver was dismissed by the Ducks and given a second chance by the Utes. Oddly enough, that's the right decision for both programs.
As evidence mounts linking football and brain injuries, most college players are still willing to accept the risks.
It's a "safe assumption" five-star forward Jontay Porter will reclassify, so he can play alongside heralded older brother Michael next season.
The former undrafted free agent has posted back-to-back 35-point games in Las Vegas after leading the Utah Summer League in scoring last week.
In a vengeful bid to derail Bamba's career, his estranged older brother claimed last month that the NBA prospect had received extra benefits.
There's a reason the U.S. has only won first place three of the last nine times at the U-19 World Cup. It's the toughest age group for the Americans to win.
The sophomore forward is the leading scorer and second leading rebounder at the FIBA U-19 World Championships, a promising development for the Zags.
Ibrahim Johnson accused his brother of accepting cash and gifts from a financial adviser, but the prized recruit has a longstanding relationship with Greer Love dating back to 2008.
The purpose of the non-conference scheduling clause in Miller's contract is to appease dissatisfied Indiana ticket holders.
The list includes an All-American forward and two point guards known for their knack for sinking clutch late-game jump shots.
Memphis selected Rabb with the 35th pick in the NBA draft on Thursday night, about 25 spots after he would have been taken last June.
The Kentucky coach will coach two Wildcats players and four potential recruits at the U-19 World Championships in Egypt next month.
The fate of Louisville’s 2013 national title rests on its bid to overturn the penalties handed down by the NCAA last Thursday.
Aaron Fox is frustrated that his son is projected to be taken behind Lonzo Ball despite outplaying the former UCLA point guard twice head-to-head.
In addition to having head coach Chris Holtmann and his three assistants leave for Ohio State, Butler will also lose its most heralded signee to the Buckeyes. Four-star forward Kyle Young announced on Twitter on Monday evening that he is backing out of his letter of intent to Butler and joining Holtmann
The former All-American argued the NCAA should not vacate Louisville's 2013 national title because players were not aware women were paid to dance for or have sex with them.
If the Cardinals do not win their appeal, they'll become the first program ever to have to take down a championship banner.