Las Vegas was awarded a men’s basketball regional and hockey’s Frozen Four, and the city has its eyes on the Final Four and College Football Playoff National Championship.
The coronavirus pandemic has inflicted substantial financial damage on the Las Vegas sports scene. Fans may need patience before a full recovery takes place.
Anthony Mathis and Payton Pritchard keyed an 11-0 run to close the game and lead Oregon to an 84-78 win in the Review-Journal’s What If Tournament.
The Final Four semifinal matchups in the Review-Journal’s What If Tournament appear to be competitive on paper. Oddsmaker Vinny Magliulo set numbers on the hypothetical games.
Freshman Justin Moore provided the heroics as third-seeded Villanova knocked off No. 1 Baylor 83-82 to win the South Region of the Review-Journal’s What If Tournament.
Freshman star Vernon Carey missed two free throws in the final second as Duke was ousted by Richmond in the Review-Journal’s NCAA Tournament simulation.
Two games came down to the final possession, and none of the First Four matchups was decided before the final minutes in the Review-Journal’s simulation of the NCAA Tournament.
Former Utah standout got to experience something his son, Arizona’s Nico Mannion, probably never will — the thrill of victory during March Madness.
The Pac-12 canceled the rest of its men’s basketball tournament at T-Mobile Arena, the conference announced Thursday, amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus.
Bands and mascots stayed home as the Stanford-Cal Pac-12 first-round game was played before a small, sedate crowd at T-Mobile Arena amid concerns over the coronavirus.
Western Athletic Conference presidents and athletic directors will decide Thursday whether fans will be allowed to watch the rest of the tournament games at Orleans Arena.