Joe Lunardi's bracketology: No. 5 seeds
- East: Purdue Boilermakers
- West: Texas Longhorns
- South: Arizona Wildcats
- Midwest: USC Trojans
Top Headline: Crawford, Prigioni will need to step up with Rivers sidelined.
After losing a bet on the outcome of the Super Bowl, former Trojans linebacker Su'a Cravens will have some unfortunate decoration in his room.
Lakers coach Byron Scott says Kobe Bryant and Julius Randle (ankle) will both play tonight against the Pacers in Indianapolis. Scott says he's still not sure about Roy Hibbert (ankle).
Yes, Dan Graziano thinks one of the league's biggest names could be playing in Hollywood next season. But Graziano doesn't think Robert Griffin III would solve the Rams' problems. Crystal ball for 2016
The Trojans continue to recruit the state of Florida like it is an extension of California.
A look at the top prospects and biggest-impact signings in the Pac-12 Conference.
Rams running back Todd Gurley made a point to acknowledge the fans in St. Louis when he accepted the offensive rookie of the year award on Saturday.
Kobe Bryant has scored the most total points in the league since Peyton Manning made his NFL debut on Sept. 6, 1998:
SEC powers and a few surprises make top junior's favorites.
For the Rams to upgrade at quarterback, they may want to move Nick Foles. Would the Eagles be a willing trade partner?
The Ducks and Penguins have moved back into the playoff race and will face off Monday. In today's Morning 3-on-3, we debate whether both are playoff locks -- and a threat if they make it.
Clay Helton's first full season as USC coach features games against Alabama and Notre Dame. No SEC team makes the list of toughest nonconference schedules.
Top Headline: Pacers welcome Kobe Bryant for the last time; Roy Hibbert returns to Indy.
There are still three prominent Rams -- quarterback Kurt Warner and receivers Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt -- standing in line for Canton.
Despite numerous injuries and adversity, Doc Rivers and the Clippers have righted their ship by winning 18 of their past 22 games.
The Clippers' reserve forward is available in over 90 percent of ESPN leagues. Johnson has the abilities to provide blocks and steals for your fantasy team. Fantasy Forecaster
Chris Paul had a game-high 22 points, Jamal Crawford added 20 off the bench and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Miami Heat 100-93 on Sunday.
Chris Paul and the Clippers got off to a slow start but warmed up as the game went along, with Paul scoring a game-high 22 plus 7 assists in a 100-93 win over the Heat. Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade each had 17 but combined to shoot 12-for-37 from the floor. Box score
Remember when Chris Paul and Chris Bosh were struggling earlier this game? Yeah, neither do they.
Something to potentially keep an eye on: Lance Stephenson is beginning to really annoy Chris Bosh. May end up waking a sleeping Bear, considering Bosh opened 1-of-12 from the field.