On Friday, coaches and players from the four NCAA men's basketball teams practices before the public and took questions from the media. On Saturday, it's time to bring the Final Four experience on the road, with the Kansas Jayhawks taking on the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Kentucky Wildcats set to take on the Louisville Cardinals.
American women playing basketball can make a few bucks in the WNBA. But more and more, the elite women in the WNBA are spending the league's off-season overseas, competing in Russia to make a few extra dollars while they're still in prime playing shape.
Frank McCourt agreed to sell the Los Angeles Dodgers to a group led by Magic Johnson for a record two billion dollars Tuesday night. The purchase will cost nearly $860 million more than the price McCourt to buy the Dodgers from News Corp in 2004. The deal is pending approval from a US bankruptcy judge.
The NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament drives billions of dollars in spending every March, but not a dime of it goes for wages for the players. Now sure, their scholarships and the money that pays for them to travel to get there comes from that pool, but one New York Times columnist is among a growing chorus of people saying "pay the players!".
London's multi-billion dollar investment in the Olympics will be on display for the entire world to see in just a few months. The last minute preparations are being made in order to welcome more than 15,000 athletes and tens of thousands of tourists.
For the first time ever, one state has provided four of the 16 teams still alive in the men's NCAA basketball tournament. But beyond Ohio, the Midwest United States is home to the majority of the still playing teams.
HBO's "Luck" has been canceled after a third horse died on set during the show. Some speculate, however, that it may have been a convenient reason to cancel an under-performing show.
With the NCAA Tournament underway, and the first big games just hours away on Thursday, students at Harvard are in the grips of March Madness for the first time in more than six decades. Harvard last made the NCAA Tournament in 1946.
In a bit of domestic and global political theatre, President Barack Obama brought British Prime Minister David Cameron to Dayton, Ohio, on Tuesday night to watch the opening game of the NCAA Tournament.
In Canada, infants are practically born with hockey sticks in their hands. For a one-year-old robot, the results are practically the same. Meet Jennifer, believed to be the first robot programmed to play hockey.