Football isn't basketball, seeing as how a GM can't lock up 60 percent of his starting team in three players, so the Eagles don't turn out to actually be the Heat.
Kyrie Irving played only 11 games at Duke before he decided to jump to the NBA, and yet it's probably the right move. For him. But for the game of basketball? Maybe not so much.
Instead of recycling coaches and expanding the tournament, college basketball should follow the lead of baseball to reclaim players and improve the game on the court.
Fan-friendly Wayman Tisdale transformed basketball in Oklahoma ... and did it with a smile on his face.
Eddie Sutton brings an already impressive resume to the remote Division I outpost at San Francisco, but he has returned to the sideline in search of a couple of wins, writes Mark Kreidler.
Neither team looked very artful in convincing first-round victories -- and that's just the way second-round foes Indiana and UCLA like it, writes Mark Kreidler.
Soccer. Basketball. And now it looks like Davis and Ryder Cups are a struggle. What's up with American dominance?
After 12 seasons, Shawn Bradley has left us with one big draft day warning, writes Mark Kreidler. • Hruby: Poster boy
She was once fired during a game. Then her team sat out the playoffs. So Nashville Rhythm coach Ashley McElhiney did the only sane thing: She quit.
Carlos Delgado may soon learn what Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf learned about strong political or religious beliefs.
No matter what the adversity, Rick Pitino has proven he can handle anything thrown his way.
Before Dennis Rodman traded his uniform for a feather boa and a wedding dress, the guy could really play basketball.
Fans of several ACC schools are praying for the end of their basketball coaches' long-term contracts to hurry up and arrive.
The lessons of George O'Leary and his resume are still being taught. The question: What have we learned?