Hornets Win 5th Straight With 118-103 Victory Over BullsKemba Walker scored 31 points, and Dwight Howard added 24.
Butler Rejects Bulls' Offer But Leaves Door OpenThe Bulls wanted a "hometown discount," Butler's agent said.
5 Under-Appreciated Players In The NBAWho are the most under-appreciated players in the NBA today? HE
UConn Players’ Loyalty After Postseason Ban Pays OffThe Huskies were punished for the mistakes made by players over the four previous years. While five players left the program, others remained loyal to UConn.
Bulls Rout Bobcats 100-68 Without Rose, DengRichard Hamilton scored 22 points in just 24 minutes as the Chicago Bulls took a step closer to wrapping up the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs with a 100-68 rout of the dreadful Charlotte Bobcats on Wednesday night.
Reports: Boozer At Club Where Man Shot DeadCarlos Boozer reportedly was one of many star athletes at a Manhattan night club where a deadly shooting occurred early Tuesday morning
Muller: The 2011 NBA Draft Was Boring At BestThe 2011 NBA Draft came and went Thursday night without much excitement at all. Well, I rarely get excited about any draft--no matter the sport--but Thursday night was just so...blah.
UConn Tops Butler, Wins National ChampionshipKemba Walker scored 16 points and Connecticut beat Butler 53-41 on Monday night to give Jim Calhoun his third national championship, something only four other coaches have done.
Thompson: Why I Hope Butler WinsNo matter what happens during Monday night’s NCAA championship game, one school will have a fitting ending to an incredible tournament run.
Fredette, Purdue's Johnson Among All-AmericansFor the first time in five years, the Associated Press All-America team was dominated by seniors.
Bernstein: Last Night's NCAA Games Worth Our TimeI will be the first person to agree that the NCAA tournament isn’t what it used to be, with lesser overall talent on the floor and fewer compelling NBA prospects to watch.
Holmes: What You Should Know About The Big East Teams In The TournamentAs expected the Big East got 11 teams in the NCAA Tournament. The record-setting number is as much of a product of the toughness of the league, as it is a show of the weakness of the entire field.