Sports columnists from philly.com
For the first time since they became teammates, Joel Embiid and Nerlens Noel were in uniform together for a 76ers game. It was a neat little trick for Monday's Fan Appreciation Night. The Sixers' players and fans held a pregame jersey swap, and Embiid - sitting out this season so his surgically repaired right foot can be at full strength next season - wore warm-ups so he could participate.
Geno Auriemma's Huskies are such a dominant force that they've taken all the enjoyment out of watching women's hoops.
DeMeco Ryans' new deal saves cap space and sparks speculation about Mychal Kendricks' future here.
Nerlens Noel's game is making giant strides.
The teams first-round linebacker barely got on the field last year and faces an uphill battle again.
There was drama galore as Michigan State, Duke, Wisconsin and Kentucky won their regional finals.
Chip Kelly has shown daring in his offseason moves, but it remains to be seen whether they work or blow up in his face.
Josh Heupel had watched the surreal scene on TV last August - the quarterback he'd helped coach to a Heisman Trophy hopping on his right leg, leaving his left leg to dangle in the air at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland.
Cody Brown said it always was a joke with the doctors, nurses, and lab technicians during his battle with a rare form of blood cancer.
CLEVELAND - 76ers general manager Sam Hinkie got it right. Everyone else undervalued Nerlens Noel. Maybe it was because he tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee the last time we saw him on the court at Kentucky. Maybe it had something to do with the 6-foot-11 center's tipping the scales at just 206 pounds at the 2013 NBA draft combine.
Roman Catholic made two huge breakthroughs this season. The Cahillites beat Neumann-Goretti to claim the program's first Catholic League championship since 2007 and 29th overall. Their 64-59 win at the Palestra also denied the Saints a record seventh straight league title.