Good Morning: Still Wrapping Our Heads Around That Charlotte-Richmond Finish

What happened to Richmond against Charlotte in the Atlantic 10 tournament last night was simply unheard of. Anyone remember a collapse quite like that, ever?





Tim Duncan is still…well, Tim Duncan. His 29-point, 18-rebound performance was huge for the Spurs' win against the Mavs on Thursday night.

Here's a look at the Top 5 plays from Thursday night's NBA action. J.R. Smith brings you the No. 1 play. 

Ed Reed and the Houston Texans seem to have mutual interest in each other.

A proposal from the NFL's competition committee suggests the league abandon the "tuck rule" that became so popular after the Patriots beat the Raiders in the playoffs, 11 years ago.

Geno Smith completed 60 of 64 passes at West Virginia's pro day, but Todd McShay says not to read too much into it. Two of those incompletions were drops, by the way.



If that scuffle between Consequence and Joe Budden isn't old and played out to you yet, Consequence gives his side of the story. 

DJ Khaled said on RapFix that the situation between Lil' Wayne and the Miami Heat is just a misunderstanding. 


KRS-ONE celebrates 40 years of Hip-Hop.

In Texas, the music focus right now is at Austin's SXSW, but they say Pitbull turned it out at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo concert



The Anschutz Entertainment Group is no longer for sale, but 17-year CEO Tod Leiweke is leaving the company by mutual agreement.

We've heard President Obama talk clean energy. He's looking to spend $2 billion in revenue from federal oil and gas leases over the next decade to pay for research on advanced vehicles

Ohio Republican Senator Rob Portman announced his support for same-sex marriage

The U.S. Senate panel investigating JP Morgan Chase's $6 billion trading losses determined the company misled investors and lied to investigators. Guess it isn't much news there. 

On the two-year anniversary of the start of its uprising, Syria warned the Lebanese government that it may strike if Lebanese rebels hiding near the border are not stopped. 



Marco Polo teamed up with Big Daddy Kane for the single "Nite and Day" from Polo's latest project, Newport Authority 2

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