With March Madness upon us, you will all undoubtedly see NCAA tournament highlights of days past. Unfortunately, Duke's Laettner buzzer-beater versus Kentucky will be replayed a ton, as well as Butler's Gordon Hayward potential buzzer beater rimming out. What you won't see is highlights of tournament records. Why? Because it would take a lot of highlights. Let's take a look at 7 unbreakable NCAA tournament records.
Louisiana's Ragin' Cajun baseball team, fresh off a sweep of ULM Warhawks in their 2013 Sun Belt Conference opening series of the year over the weekend, is ranked #29 in this week's ESPN/USA Today Baseball Top 25 Coaches Poll, which was released on Monday.
Big East champ Louisville was named the top-overall seed in the 2013 NCAA tournament's 68-team field announced on Sunday evening. Kansas, Indiana and Gonzaga joined the Cardinals as No. 1 regional seeds
There are only a couple of reasons why a pro basketball player should attempt to make a half-court shot, and they all usually involve a ticking clock that’s about to end the game. We’ve seen many failed attempts and famous wins in basketball history as only two or three seconds remained in the game and one hopeful player hurled the ball from half court praying that he would sink the winning shot. There are those guys, and then there's Russell Westbrook.
Oklahoma City Thunder general manager Sam Presti contacted an Oklahoma high school player who scored a wrong-way buzzer-beater for the opposing team to end a state playoff game on Thursday. The Thunder will host the young ma
Heath Kufahl and his wife were at an Oklahoma City Thunder game and were picked to compete at halftime against another couple for a chance to win $20,000. Well, in the first round, Heath and his wife made more shots than the other couple. Beating that couple is what gave Heath the chance at the half-court shot.
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