Clark, Fever rally past U.S. coach Reeve's Lynx

Caitlin Clark on Sunday reiterated her desire to one day play in the Olympics, while Minnesota coach Cheryl Reeve -- who also leads the national team -- brushed off a question about Clark and her status on future U.S. squads.

Maryland, Georgetown renew basketball rivalry

Maryland and Georgetown, who last played each other in men's basketball in the 2016-17 season, will resume their rivalry with a four-game series beginning in 2025.

Hurley: Rejecting Lakers was not 'leverage play'

Dan Hurley told "The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz" that the rejection of the Lakers' offer was not a leverage play, noting he has a deal in place at UConn that will make him the highest-paid coach in college basketball.

Shannon allowed to show video evidence at trial

Former Illinois star Terrence Shannon Jr.'s legal team may show video evidence at his felony rape trial next week to support its claim that mistaken identity might have prompted police to charge the wrong man.

Richardson: Calipari can lead Arkansas to title

Arkansas hired John Calipari to lead the program to its first national title since 1994, the year Nolan Richardson's team won the crown. Richardson said Thursday that Calipari has the "support" and capabilities to end the 30-year drought.

Illinois' Shannon knows rape charge 'real serious'

Illinois' Terrence Shannon Jr. said he understands the seriousness of the rape charge he faces but is focusing on basketball for now.

Ex-Illinois star Shannon faces felony rape trial

Former Illinois star Terrence Shannon Jr. will stand trial on first-degree felony rape and felony sexual aggravated battery charges June 10, a Kansas judge ruled at his preliminary hearing.

Calipari mulls limiting Ark. roster to '8 or 9 guys'

As he prepares for his first season at Arkansas, John Calipari said he won't stack his rosters with an abundance of talent, which was his tactic during his lengthy tenure at Kentucky.

Porter's brother arrested on suspicion of DWI

Jevon Porter, the younger brother of Nuggets star Michael Porter Jr., was arrested Friday night in Missouri on suspicion of DWI.

Lawsuit vs. ex-Texas Tech guard Isaacs dismissed

A civil lawsuit that accused former Texas Tech basketball player Pop Isaacs of sexually assaulting a 17-year-old girl during a team trip to the Bahamas in November has been dismissed, according to attorneys for both sides.