McDermott scores 45, passes 3,000-point milestone in No. 13 Creighton's 88-73 win over Friars
Olympic champion Matt leads Neureuther, Kristoffersen after 1st run of World Cup slalom
Jason Calliste scores 18 points, Oregon beats No. 3 Arizona 64-57
Canelo Alvarez rebounds by stopping Alfredo Angulo in 10th round
Jabari Parker scores season-high 30, No. 4 Duke beats No. 14 North Carolina 93-81
While a decision has not been made, Phil Jackson is leaning toward taking a front-office job with the New York Knicks, a source close to the team tells ESPN's Stephen A. Smith. Jackson's role would be president of basketball operations, in complete control of all basketball-related matters, according to the source. It is unclear whether the decision would include an agreement to coach the Knicks next season, the source said. A decision is expected sometime next week. Knicks president Steve Mills had offered the head-coaching position to Jackson but he declined. The 68-year-old Hall of Fame coach has said that he would like to move into a front office and run a team.
DORAL, Fla. -- For the first time in 2014, Tiger Woods will enter the final round of a golf tournament with a legitimate chance to win. He made that possible on Saturday with his best overall round of the year, a 6-under-par 66 on the Blue Monster course at Doral that included eight birdies and had him just a shot off the lead when he finished the third round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship. At the end of play Saturday, Woods is tied for fourth, a shot behind Jason Dufner and Hunter Mahan, and three strokes behind third-round leader Patrick Reed. Woods shot 65 a week ago at PGA National on a par-70 course but this round was better, he said, after climbing up the leaderboard from a tie for 25th at the start of the day. "It was nice to get back in the tournament again," Woods said. "I held it together yesterday [a 1-over 73], a long day -- a long, tough day and that gave me a chance today. "I figured, hey, I'm...
Patrick Reed takes 2-shot lead at Doral as Tiger Woods gets 1st chance of year at a win
LAS VEGAS -- So ? what have we learned so far in the Sprint Cup Series? Well, Dale Earnhardt Jr. is walking with a swagger we haven't seen from him in forever; Kevin Harvick looks insanely fast in that No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet; and Danica Patrick continues to struggle. But with just two races complete -- one at a superspeedway and the other at a short track -- we still have more questions than answers. Here are five things to ponder leading up to Sunday's Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway (3 p.m. ET, Fox): Does JJ make his move? The last time we caught up with Jimmie Johnson in Las Vegas he was blistering his Goodyears on The Strip and hoisting his sixth Sprint Cup with crew chief extraordinaire Chad Knaus at the Wynn ballroom, site of the 2013 season-ending awards banquet. Johnson's quest for seven Cup championships could get a considerable boost this weekend at Vegas, where William Hill...
No. 2 Wichita State goes to 33-0 with 67-42 rout of Missouri State in Valley semifinals
The neon test: NASCAR's offseason changes get their first 1.5-mile evaluation in Las Vegas
No. 1 Florida routs No. 25 Kentucky 84-65, becoming 1st in SEC history to go 18-0 in league