ATLANTA - Jamal Crawford scored 29 points, Al Horford added 20 points and 14 rebounds and the Atlanta Hawks beat the Detroit Pistons 91-85 on Saturday night for their 10th straight home victory.
INDIANAPOLIS - On one bench, there's Bob Huggins, a coach who has dealt with an NCAA investigation, suffered a heart attack, been arrested for DUI, endured the stain of a zero-percent graduation rate and the tumult of two contentious job changes.
INDIANAPOLIS - When Butler center Matt Howard needed an assist, it was little-used freshman Emerson Kampen who made the shoestring save.
HUMBLE, Texas - Getting to the Masters is secondary in Bryce Molder's mind. He just wants that elusive first victory on the PGA Tour.
KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. - Andy Roddick resisted the impulse to retreat. Or surrender. Instead, finding himself overpowered by Rafael Nadal, Roddick began to charge the net.
NEW YORK - Dayton denied last year's national champs another title and took home one of its own for the first time in 42 years.
ATLANTA - Joe Johnson scored 25 points, Jamal Crawford paced another dominating performance by the Atlanta bench and the Hawks handed Los Angeles its second straight loss, breezing past the Lakers 109-92 Wednesday night.
ATHENS - Mark Richt is planning to give each of his three quarterbacks a chance to shine with the first-team offense in Georgia's G-Day spring game.
HUMBLE, Texas - Fred Couples is content knowing that his days on the PGA Tour are winding down.
ATLANTA - The Atlanta Braves are inviting fans to celebrate Bobby Cox's career this season. He would prefer to celebrate a return to the playoffs.
KISSIMMEE, Fla.- Pat Venditte can see why he's such a curiosity. It's not everyday that a pitcher throws with both arms.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - The grueling daily workouts to strengthen a surgically repaired left shoulder now seem worth it for West Virginia's Joe Mazzulla.
INDIANAPOLIS - Having a hometown team play in the Final Four has Indianapolis buzzing, but Butler's Cinderella run - and the proximity of two other competitors - could hurt the bottom line from one of the NCAA's biggest events.
After a long winter of hibernation, Major League Baseball's regular season is only a week away.
Having a couple of freshmen on The Associated Press' All-America team is nothing new. This year, however, they are from the same school.
Grab a cup of coffee and spend some time re-living the Georgia Southern Eagles sweeping the Sun Belt Conference through the eyes of Herald Staff ...