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Tucker to stay in draft, won't return to Butler
Jordan Tucker, who averaged 8.9 points and 3.8 rebounds during his junior season, will not return to Butler as he wants to remain "completely focused" on the NBA draft.
Bailey leaving Marquette to pursue pro career
Marquette forward Brendan Bailey is bypassing his final two seasons of eligibility to pursue a pro career.
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NY Governor reopens sporting facilities
Governor Andrew Cuomo allows teams in New York to resume athletic practices and events as long as safety guidelines are followed.
N.Y. Gov. Andrew Cuomo: Pro teams can return to facilities
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says teams in his state can return to their facilities for training after a pause of more than two months.
The best games of Hall of Famer Tracy McGrady's NBA career
Whether it was putting up triple-doubles, dropping 62 points or scoring 13 in 33 seconds, Tracy McGrady racked up his fair share of memorable performances in his Hall of Fame career.
Mo Bamba inspired by Mickelson, shows off his golf swing
Mo Bamba tweets that he is ready for his chance to play with Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson.
Why finishing the regular season may be a necessity for the NBA
Ramona Shelburne breaks down whether the NBA should finish the regular season or jump right into the playoffs.
Stephen A. storms off set, Max offers him tissues
While debating if the NBA should offer single-elimination games ahead of the playoffs this season, Stephen A. Smith gets so upset with Max Kellerman and Jay Williams he takes off his microphone and walks off set.