As the Heat found out, the Spurs still measure up just fine with the NBA's elite when they're at full strength. Daily Dime »Duncan dominates »LeBron's discomfort »Unmasked Clips embarrass Lakers »
As the Shockers try to lock up a 1-seed, the rest of the MVC plots their undoing. C.L. Brown »Bracket »Bubble Watch »Giant Killers Champ Week »
Carmelo Anthony is free to leave New York after this lost season. But opting out could make things worse. Brian Windhorst » Noah recruiting Melo » 5-on-5: Which stars should be FAs? » Video chat, 2 ET »
Is Max Scherzer really that good? Or was last season an aberration? As any fantasy owner should know, stats are used to support either argument. Matthew Berry » Projections »Draft Kit » Play for free! »
Tiger Woods is back on the course early to finish Round 1. Will he play any better Friday? Leaderboard » Harig: Will delay help or hurt Tiger? »Woods 2 over after 10 holes »Putter issues Dufner
A UC Santa Barbara fan stormed the court and confronted the Hawaii coaching staff before being ejected.
SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: Tim Duncan's double-double of 23 points and 11 rebounds led the Spurs past the Heat 111-87.
John Clayton analyzes the good cap management by the Eagles and sees a bright future in Philadelphia, with the Eagles as contenders for years ahead.
Inside The Huddle goes deep on the Eagles' good cap management, the Falcons' need for offensive and defensive lineman, the free agent cornerback market getting richer and the Cowboys' new playcaller.
WR Steve Smith talks to Josina Anderson about his meeting with Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman and addresses his future with the team.
5:00 p.m. In The Zone with Joby Fawcett
7:00 p.m. Hill and Schlereth