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Charles Barkley's analysis after a first-round blowout in the NCAA tournament: "Duke graduates their players, but that team they did has not graduated a player in like seven years."
Veteran point guard Carlos Arroyo participated in his first practice on Tuesday with the Boston Celtics after being signed to a minimum, pro-rated contract for the remainder of the season.
After four years in retirement, former New York Giants running back Tiki Barber is looking to get back into the NFL.
Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton waited more than four hours while his Auburn teammates went through their drills at pro day.
Carlos Beltran is out of the lineup for the second straight day, with the Mets taking a conservative approach toward getting his right knee ready for opening day.
Manchester United chief executive David Gill has defended the club's American owners at a British parliamentary inquiry into English soccer.
Libya's 2012 African Cup of Nations qualifier against Comoros has been moved from Tripoli because of the country's political turmoil.
A former Duke quarterback who won 24 games during his three seasons playing for the Blue Devils in the 1930s has died.
The downtrodden Timberwolves faithful rose to their feet and roared like they rarely have done all season, saluting Kevin Love for being one of the few reasons to keep coming to Target Center during another long, miserable basketball winter in Minnesota.