It’s a story Goodluck Okonoboh has told countless times. He is fortunate to tell it, though, so he never tires of it.
There is a grand tradition among casual sports fans the day after Selection Sunday of scrambling to find information on college basketball’s smaller conference teams in an effort to decide which upsets to predict in NCAA Tournament games.
Stefan Nastic and the Cardinal — like the Rebels — have started the year 2-0. While the Rebels have survived a pair of last-second shots for two narrow home victories, Stanford has handled South Dakota State and Wofford with relative ease.
It’s a difficult thing, almost impossible at times, to preach freedom as a coach one minute and urge discipline the next.
Hall of Fame basketball coach Jerry Tarkanian is back in the hospital after waking up Wednesday morning struggling with his breathing, coughing and suffering from low blood pressure.
The NBA has suspended Charlotte Hornets forward Jeffery Taylor for 24 games without pay after he pleaded guilty to misdemeanor domestic violence assault and malicious destruction of hotel property last month.
Stranded on the highway for more than a day, the Niagara women’s basketball team is finally making its journey home. The team was stuck on its bus for nearly 30 hours because of a huge storm that dumped 4 feet of snow around Buffalo and was blamed for at least six deaths.
Jason Collins, the first openly gay player in the four major North American team sports, announced his retirement from the National Basketball Association on Wednesday.
Kentucky coach John Calipari made one simple adjustment to his game plan Tuesday night. He scrapped the zone. The Wildcats didn’t need it.
Police in Cobb County, Ga., outside Atlanta reopened an investigation into allegations that Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard abused his 7-year-old son.