No one thought it was possible. The heavy favorite. The unruly underdog no one thought would even make it this far. Pundits and prognosticators brimming with confidence. The outcome all but predetermined. Just a question of how big the final margin would be. Then the unthinkable happened.
Comedienne Kathy Griffin on Tuesday deleted a tweet that misinterpreted Covington Catholic basketball players’ hand signs and accused students of signaling support for Nazism.
A Basketball Hall of Fame inductee sparked controversy this week after he appeared to attend a rally for President Donald Trump in Duluth, Minnesota, on Wednesday night.
Kermit Davis, the University of Mississippi’s new basketball coach, declared on Monday that under his leadership, the team and its athletes would respect the national anthem and the American flag.
The Golden State Warriors, the reigning NBA champions, have decided to visit local children in Washington, D.C. after President Donald Trump disinvited them from the White House.
LeBron James sent a message during an NBA game in the nation’s capital with his shoes—one black, one white, with the word “equality” in gold letters on the back of each.
President Donald Trump is set to host collegiate sports championship teams in Washington, D.C. on Friday night, but the South Carolina women’s basketball team has indicated that it will not participate.