Filling out brackets is cool until the Madness overrides the purity of the best tournament in sports, Scoop Jackson writes.
Guards make Michigan the favorite of the 16 teams left in the NCAA tournament. Tim Hardaway Jr. and Trey Burke are the new Dereck Whittenburg and Sidney Lowe, maybe better.
The best time of year to watch high school hoops is right now at one of the many holiday basketball tournaments.
It was a day when no one passed judgement on a 19-year-old with an ankle monitor, a day when the Nation of Islam operated security inside a Catholic church, a day when people in the crowd yelled about basketball.
Was that a hip-hop icon or a part-owner of the Nets who went into the Kentucky locker room during the NCAA tournament? Was it Jay-Z or Shawn Carter? Can they co-exist in the NBA?
Selection Sunday was the start of March Sadness for the University of Colorado. But by moving past the NCAA snub in a hurry, the Buffs turned their NIT experience into a positive.
World Cup needs a more significant trophy
Jordan Crawford isn't just the guy who dunked on LeBron.
With the tournament beginning, here's what I will love and hate.
The Brave New Voices poetry slam isn't a sport, but it is passionate competition.
Sherron Collins was the sixth man on Kansas' 2008 championship team. Now he leads the title defense.
Before you fill out your tournament brackets, Scoop Jackson has a few simple rules for you to follow.
Sharp-shooting Stephen Curry was an NCAA tournament hero but still lacks pub. And maybe a flashy nickname.
Friends ask him to play. Relatives ask him to play. But Scoop Jackson says he will never, ever take up golf.
Excited about the NCAA tournament? Good, but it won't be the best basketball tournament in the country this year.
Deron Williams has been getting the attention for the Jazz, but Utah's hopes rest on the broad shoulder of Carlos Boozer, writes Scoop Jackson.