Minnesota and Wisconsin have long engaged in a bitter rivalry when it comes to sports, and Minneapolis-based Target Corp.
Tom Izzo has had it with the abuse Spartans players have been subjected to of late on “frickin’ Twitter,” and the Michigan State coach laid into those who have engaged in such antics — especially if
Zion Williamson was the consensus No. 1 pick heading into the 2019 NBA Draft, but the lure of returning for another season with the Duke Blue Devils almost led him back to the college ranks.
There will come a day when Gregg Popovich will step down as head coach of the San Antonio Spurs after a legendary run of success.
Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, famously known for her inspiring presence during the remarkable run by Loyola Chicago’s men’s basketball team in the 2018 NCAA Tourney, is celebrating her 100th birthday o
Zion Williamson’s foray into Summer League play with the New Orleans Pelicans was a short-lived one to say the least, and the No.
The Final Four is set to descend upon Minneapolis, but it looks like the individuals tasked with overseeing the preparation of liability waiver signs for an outdoor party did not enlist the services o
The Duke Blue Devils are again in the Sweet 16, and it’s entirely possible that Mike Krzyzewski at some point this season turned to Beyoncé to inspire his players.
Zion Williamson without question is the biggest star of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, so CBS is pulling out all the stops to ensure the Duke Blue Devils superstar is thoroughly covered during
There has been no shortage of opinions expressed about what Zion Williamson should do after suffering a knee injury in a bizarre scene Wednesday night, but LeBron James will not be one of them.
Bill Walton is a treasure, the best the sports world has to offer when it comes to eccentric, charismatic oddballs.
A Syracuse Orange fan proved to be a man of his word by donating $175,000 to charity after promising to do so if the team beat the Duke Blue Devils on Monday night.
Bill Walton without question is among the most iconic UCLA basketball players of all-time.
Jim Boehmeim’s son Buddy is freshman guard on his Syracuse Orange squad.
Jimmy Butler may be on his way out of Minnesota — eventually — but that did not stop the disgruntled superstar from making a generous gesture to one of his Timberwolves teammates.