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NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Louisville coach Rick Pitino is taking a stance that will probably make some Cardinals fans cringe: He's backing Kentucky in the NCAA championship game against Kansas.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Louisville could have been blown out. Rick Pitino's coaching chops and a little bit of hard work made it closer than it probably should have been.
NEW YORK (AP) — A playoff spot is there for the New York Knicks, if they stay healthy enough to get it.
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Tim Duncan had 23 points and 11 rebounds and the San Antonio Spurs remained the hottest team in the NBA, beating the Indiana Pacers 112-103 for their seventh consecutive win Saturday night.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Nicklas Backstrom is back for the Washington Capitals.
RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. (AP) — While the infamous Coachella Valley winds toppled the world's best golfers, Karin Sjodin thrived with a mix of patience and power.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Michael Phelps finished at Indianapolis just the way he wanted — with another resounding victory.
HUMBLE, Texas (AP) — Phil Mickelson finished a 7-under 65 early Friday to move into contention at the rain-delayed Houston Open.
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Police in Montana arrested ex-NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf after a monthlong investigation that culminated with Leaf breaking into an acquaintance's home to steal prescription pain medication, the task force commander who led the probe said Saturday.
DENVER (AP) — Whether emphatically blocking shots or throwing down dunks on the other the end of the floor, Brittney Griner has been the most dominant player in women's basketball this season.