Slow starts have been a problem for the Heat. That could spell trouble in a matinee clash with the Bulls. Brian Windhorst »Noah's starring role Thibodeau praises LeBron »
Maryland ends a 61-year run in the ACC with its final regular-season game, a matchup with conference champ Virginia. Dana O'Neil »Big South final
Duke isn't No. 1 in the ACC. But its 1-2 punch of Jabari Parker and Rodney Hood keep it in contention for a No. 1 NCAA seed. Recap »Top seeds (for now) Shockers still perfect »Gators 18-0 in SEC »
1 ... 4 ... 13 ... 41 .... 30 ... Doug McDermott's power ball! The last Saturday of the regular season delivered. Myron Medcalf »McDermott eclipes 3,000 points » Wiggins nets 41 in loss EKU wins OVC bid »
A vintage Saturday pushed Tiger into contention at Doral. But he still has work to do in Sunday's final round. Leaderboard: Reed (-4) leads »Tiger 3 shots back »Woods tees off at 2:35 ET Wide-open day
Dennis Rodman sits down with Mark Schwarz to discuss his controversial trips to North Korea and apologize for his appearance on television, where he made comments that some deemed out of line.
WR Steve Smith talks to Josina Anderson about his meeting with Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman and addresses his future with the team.
SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: Jabari Parker had 30 points and 11 rebounds to lead No. 4 Duke past No. 14 North Carolina 93-81.
Duke forward Jabari Parker explains the biggest difference between his team's victory against North Carolina tonight and the loss the Blue Devils suffered to the Tar Heels in their last meeting.
Pro Bowl DE Greg Hardy talks about signing his franchise tender, assuring he will earn $13.1 million this season.
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