Thursday, February 16, 2017

Upset city again

Another upset-ful night:

Virginia 60, #4 Florida State 51.

Indiana 72, #20 Michigan 61.

LSU 67, #23 Texas A&M 63.

Almost upset:

#7 Notre Dame 84, Clemson 80.

More results:

Alabama beat Tennessee, 65-57, and Diamond DeShields left the game on a stretcher after a first-quarter collision with an opponent.

#3 Mississippi State 58, Georgia 49

#6 South Carolina 82, Vanderbilt 51

Kentucky 69, Arkansas 62.

Michigan State 85, Minnesota 69.

Iowa 78, Northwestern 59.

All scores so far, as a few teams are still battling at this hour, including Cal and #10 Stanford.

Tomorrow's schedule features #9 Washington at #18 UCLA.

College conference news:

Evaluating Pac 12 team's postseason resumes.

College team news:

NC State is back in Reynolds Coliseum and back in the top 25.

Syracuse is set to smash their attendance record Sunday.

Hard work keeps Oregon State on top of Pac 12 standings.

College player news:

Stanford's bounce-back twins are riding high during their perfect junior season.

Chantel Osahor, Washington's rebounding machine, explains why she's so successful.

Kelsey Moos is ready to return from injury for ASU.

Oregon's freshmen are setting the pace entering the home stretch.

Isabella Slim has doubled her playing time in her final year with Syracuse.

With big brother Russell Wilson's help, Anna Wilson is fighting for her basketball career.

Utah's Tanaeya Boclair embraces many on and off-court roles.

Purdue forward Ae’Rianna Harris is about to break the single-season freshman blocks record.

Wyoming's Liv Roberts is out for the season with a knee injury.

College coach news:

Veteran Hall of Fame coach Lin Dunn says Kentucky is on the right track.

Youth basketball:

A New Jersey Archdiocese has cleared the way for two girls to return to the Catholic basketball squad they were kicked off of earlier this month.

WNBA news:

With GM role added to coaching duties, Curt Miller likes the Sun's chances this year.

Elena Delle Donne and fiance Amanda Clifton are the 2017 The Knot Dream Wedding couple.

From awkward teen to the Hall of Fame: Kara Wolters' journey.

WNBA transactions:

February 16, 2017
Team Player Transaction

Los Angeles Ogwumike, Nneka Contract Extension
Minnesota Jarry, Rachel Rights Renounced

February 15, 2017
Team Player Transaction

Los Angeles Lavender, Jantel Contract Extension
Connecticut Faris, Kelly Contract Signed
Connecticut Hamson, Jennifer Contract Signed
Connecticut Pedersen, Kayla Contract Signed

February 14, 2017
Team Player Transaction

Phoenix Mitchell, Leilani Contract Signed

February 9, 2017
Team Player Transaction

Atlanta Knight, Whitney Contract Signed
Los Angeles Hopkins, Chelsea Contract Signed
Los Angeles Parker, Candace Contract Extension

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