Coaches Pick Cincinnati To Win American Athletic ConferenceAmerican Athletic Conference coaches have picked Cincinnati to win the league title this season. The Bearcats edged UConn in the poll, which was released Monday at the conference's annual media day.
Warriors Still The Team To Beat In The WestMuch has changed in the Western Conference. Tim Duncan, Kobe Bryant and Kevin Garnett are all retired. But the target remains the same. It's still the Warriors favored to prevail, followed by the Spurs.
Coaches Think SEC Close To More NCAA Tournament BidsWhen talking to SEC basketball coaches, the list of reasons why the league hasn't had a bigger presence in the NCAA Tournament is long. Weak scheduling. Backlash for football dominance. Poor recruiting. Coaching turnover.
Mavs Sign Jaleel Cousins, Brother Of Kings' DeMarcus CousinsThe Dallas Mavericks have signed free agent center Jaleel Cousins, the younger brother of All-Star center DeMarcus Cousins of Sacramento.
Autopsy Shows OSU Hoops Player Had Enlarged HeartThe Oklahoma State basketball player who died in July following an outdoor team workout suffered from an enlarged heart and died of natural causes, the state medical examiner's office said Friday.
Mavs Edge Spurs In Preseason ActionJonathan Gibson's three-point play with 1:43 left broke a tie and put Dallas ahead to stay.
Arlington Student Wins Scholar Athlete HonorBalancing sports and schoolwork is hard enough, but Michael Cendrick of The Oakridge School in Arlington also finds time to serve his community. And he was given a special award for his dedication.
LeBron Backs Clinton For PresidentLeBron James has given Hillary Clinton an assist. The NBA superstar, who helped end Cleveland's championship drought earlier this summer by winning a title with the Cavaliers, is backing Clinton for president.
LeBron's "Personal Goal" Is To Match JordanLong flattered to be mentioned in the same company with Michael Jordan and other NBA legends, LeBron James has been hesitant to publicly acknowledge that he wants to be remembered as the greatest in league history.
NBA Players Concerned For Their Teams & Their CountryThe basketball cliches that usually dominate NBA Media Day gave way to serious talk about social injustice and violence in communities, with players wanting to be involved in finding solutions.
1966 Texas Basketball Team Among Harvard W.E.B. DuBois Medal HonoreesA civil rights-era Texas basketball team is among the recipients of Harvard University's 2016 W.E.B. Du Bois medals.
WNBA Playoffs Set To Begin With New FormatThe WNBA playoffs are ready to start with their own version of March Madness. The league changed the playoff format this season, adopting single-elimination games in the first two rounds before going to a best-of-five series in the semifinals.

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