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While You Were Working: Serena Williams Was Kicking Ass And Taking Names


Serena Williams just turned in a ridiculous 6-0, 6-1 beatdown of No. 5 seed Sara Errani in the s

NCAA Tourney Flashback: C-Webb’s Infamous Timeout


April 5, 1993 - North Carolina won the NCAA Tournament, but the lasting image that will forever be remembered is Chris Webber's miscue. UNC led 73-71 when Webber, Michigan's All-American sophomore forward, rebounded Pat S

South Region Preview: Better To Be Lucky Than Good


This is the region that everyone should be worried about in their office pool bracket. If you're expecting to make money off the outcomes of what you see in the South Region, it's going be just as important to be lucky as it will to be go

Full Court Press: Duke’s Pimp Hand Stays Strong


For the renewal of its classic rivalry, North Carolina and Duke failed to deliver a classic, but there were plenty of quirks and panic-mode moments to pave the way for Blue Devil bragging rights and Tar Heel travel plans.

As is tradition

Black History Month: Black and Blue


Charlie Scott, a New York playground legend is possibly one of the greatest to ever come out of Rucker Park. Once credited by Tiny Archibald with ‘inventing the crossover’, Scott was a baller’s baller. In 1966, legendary head co

Full Court Press: No Love Lost Between Burke and Craft


In this AAU-diluted college basketball world, Aaron Craft and Trey Burke offer the best individual rivalry in recent memory.

Of course, the fact that there’s apparently

Full Court Press: Miami Is Stealing the ACC’s Lunch Money


Jim Larranaga is onto something.

Seven years after leading the ultimate Cinderella team to the Final Four, the 63-year-old Bronx native may have rediscovere

While You Were Working: 1.11.13


Michael Strahan, Warren Sapp, Jerome Bettis, Cris Carter and Larry Allen are among a list of finalists 

TSL College Basketball Midseason Report


Last March, with essentially an identical roster minus two NBA first-round draft picks, the Duke Blue Devils walked off a court in Greensboro, N.C., as a No. 2 seed that had just fallen to 15t