Ryan plans to retire after next season, after molding the Badgers into a national power during his 14 seasons in Madison.
Monday afternoon, shockwaves were sent throughout the state of Wisconsin and the entire college basketball world when Bo Ryan announced that his tenure in Madison will come to an end after next season. Of course, this means that theShow More Summary
LaMarcus Aldridge is one of the biggest names to hit free agency this summer. Players, coaches and executives around the NBA will surely target him. According to ESPN.com's Marc Stein and Chris Broussard, the Texas native is open to the idea of returning home and playing for a Texas-based team. Show More Summary
Eric Bledsoe can't catch a break. Year after year, the Phoenix Suns point guard awaits a time when he can run his own team. So far, that moment hasn't happened. With the Suns reportedly reaching a five-year, $70 million agreement with...Show More Summary
It was all good just a year ago for Cliff Alexander. The No. 3 overall player in the ESPN Top 150, Alexander was the best of the best, a McDonald's All-American and a five-star recruit who had been pursued for years by every top program in the country. Show More Summary
Ryan has been the fire-breathing face of Wisconsin basketball for 14 seasons, pushing the Badgers to never-before-seen heights.
Orlando Magic draft pick Mario Hezonja has completed a buyout with European club FC Barcelona and is expected to join his new team in the coming days.
The Los Angeles Lakers remain one of the most intriguing teams this offseason. They surprised a lot of folks by drafting D'Angelo Russell with the No. 2 overall pick in the 2015 NBA draft, they have cap space to bring aboard some premier...Show More Summary
He came. He saw. But he didn't quite conquer. In fairness, Jordan Hill made a strong impact with the Los Angeles Lakers, particularly during his last two seasons with the club. The 27-year-old is coming off a campaign in which he averaged 12 points, 7.9 rebounds and 0.7 blocks in 26.8 minutes per contest. Show More Summary
Hawks guard Kyle Korver will undergo his third surgery since March when a specialist removes loose bodies from his right elbow on Tuesday.
Even the highest-profile women’s sports leagues in the United States continue to face the problem of how to attract wider audiences and greater news media coverage.
There’s little doubt that the talent coming in to the Wisconsin Badgers program has taken a significant jump in recent years. Two NBA Draft picks this season alone speaks volumes to the abilities of this coaching staff to find talent...Show More Summary
Last week was a big one for Duke basketball. The three freshman stars from this year’s national champion—Jahlil Okafor, Justise Winslow, and Tyus Jones—were all selected in the first round of Thursday’s NBA Draft. Senior guard QuinnShow More Summary
Maverick Rowan is reportedly focused on three schools.
Barnes: 'No legs' to UT academic fraud report
Mike D'Antoni never came anywhere near the Golden State Warriors last season, but his influence was obvious in every small lineup, quick-trigger three and jailbreak transition attack. Crazy as it sounds, maybe letting him get closer,...Show More Summary
Tennessee's Rick Barnes: 'No legs' to report of academic misconduct during his Texas tenure
J.R. Smith didn't have to become a free agent this summer, but the Cleveland Cavaliers put him in a position to make money. Smith had a player option on the docket for 2015-16—one that seemed like a no-brainer to pick up when he was clanking like a construction worker for the New York Knicks during the first half of the season. Show More Summary
UCF is losing its third-leading scorer from last season to transfer.
Atlanta Hawks guard Kyle Korver is scheduled to have surgery Tuesday to remove loose bodies in his right elbow. The surgery will be performed at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City by Dr. David Altchek. A timeline for his recovery will be determined post-surgery.