ESPN MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL MARCH MADNESS NCAA

Pac-12, Baseball Tonight, MLB Spring Signings, March Madness Round Two Picks

MICHAEL BARI SHOW DAILY March 23rd, 2019 Welcome back! Have a Great Saturday and Sunday Watching March Madness! What’s New In Sports: The American Athletic Conference will get $1B for its media rights from ESPN over 12 years, according to sources. The average of $83.3M per year is about four times what the AAC was […]

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NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION ROUND UP ZION, DURANT, ANTHONY TOWNS

Newark Star-Ledger reports as the NBA season comes down the stretch, Madison Square Garden won’t be preparing for playoff basketball. Instead, a look ahead to the NBA Draft lottery and 2019 NBA Draft will dominate conversation in New York and around a franchise that desperately needs luck (both in the draft and free agency) this coming summer. If the Knicks […]

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NEWS & NOTES FROM THE MLB, NBA, NHL, NFL

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Now that Manny Machado’s 10-year, $300MM deal with the Padres has been announced, Bryce Harper and agent Scott Boras have a definitive bar to attempt to clear as they seek a record-setting contract of their own. Yesterday’s slate of rumors on Harper had a series of updates on how the Phillies, Nats, White Sox and Giants view […]

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THE INJURY HEARD AROUND THE WORLD OR AT LEAST IN NORTH CAROLINA

Photo: Getty Image Duke freshman sensation Zion Williamson was forced out of Wednesday night’s game against rival North Carolina after just 36 seconds with what Blue Devils coach Mike Kzryzewski called a “mild knee sprain.” Continue Reading By Ryan McGee Many talented Duke basketball players have taken the Cameron Indoor floor to face North Carolina over the years, from […]

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL HEATING UP TOWARD CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT TIME

Photo: (Getty Images) The most amazing thing about Tuesday night’s college basketball action, even more incredible than Duke’s comeback from a 23-point deficit, was that everyone watching on television got the identical picture of doom for “the Commonwealth’s” two top-25 teams. A television camera affixed to the top of the goal at Kentucky’s Rupp Arena […]