Baylor and Art Briles won the school's first Big 12 title in 2013.
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Andrew Wiggins for Kevin Love?
The Cleveland Cavaliers officially signed Andrew Wiggins on Thursday, meaning he cannot be traded for 30 days. This gives the Minnesota Timberwolves at least that much time to decide whether to send star Kevin Love to Ohio (reportedly in a deal for the 2014 No. 1 overall pick, 2013 No. 1 overall pick Anthony Bennett and a future first-rounder). The Chicago Bulls also seem to have gotten into the mix (with Taj Gibson and Nikola Mirotic as part of their offer), and the Golden State Warriors (provided they trade Klay Thompson) long have been rumored. What will happen?
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European money machine and reigning UEFA Champions League winner Real Madrid currently is in the U.S., training at UCLA for games in Berkeley, California, and Dallas.
New York Knicks star and big-money player Carmelo Anthony is almost always in the U.S., and he too spent some time at UCLA on Wednesday with friend Dontaye Draper ... who happens to have played for Real Madrid's basketball team.
And so the two famous entities met, with Anthony and son Kiyan playing a little soccer -- albeit not against any of los Galacticos -- taking photos with stars such as Gareth Bale and Xabi Alonso, and answering questions about (naturally) new Knicks teammate/Spanish basketball star Jose Calderon.Real Madrid/FacebookCarmelo Anthony with several Real Madrid players.Real Madrid/FacebookCarmelo Anthony, right, with Dontaye Draper, left, and Gareth Bale.Real Madrid/FacebookCarmelo Anthony with Xabi Alonso.Real Madrid/FacebookCarmelo Anthony goes for goal.Real Madrid/Facebook Carmelo Anthony goes for a header.
This comes about six weeks after Real Madrid's own top star, Cristiano Ronaldo, tried his hand at American football.
So we ask: Who would be better at their new sport, Ronaldo or Melo?July 23, 2014Jul23
Did the Buffalo Bills trade too much for the right to draft wide receiver Sammy Watkins?
If this ridiculous Vine is any indication (note: NFL executives should not base decisions on six-second videos), the answer is no:
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Growing up, Patrick Kane played on local rinks throughout his native Buffalo, New York.
Recently, the two-time Stanley Cup champion and 2013 Conn Smythe Trophy-winning Chicago Blackhawks forward returned to his hometown to do that once again.
The results, naturally, were devastating. For his opponents, anyway. Five goals. Five assists. A 13-5 win.Performax HockeyPerformax Hockey
Let's not overlook the man on the receiving end of Kane's five assists: Vinny Scarsella, a 24-year-old most recently of the ECHL's Utah Grizzlies, who scored seven goals and added two assists.
Nor should we ignore the fact that this is Kane's second game with Piranhas -- and he only tallied one goal and two assists in the first (a 12-1 win).
WHAT HAPPENED IN THAT GAME, KANE?