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  • NBA Shootaround: Physical Graffiti

    So much amazing is happening, and the Shootaround crew is back to help you keep track of it all. You'll find takes on moments you might've...

  • PTI

    Tony Kornheiser and Bill Simmons discuss the Patriots' decision on DT Vince Wilfork, Bears' shopping WR Brandon Marshall, if the Thunder is Russell We...

  • The Tony Kornheiser Show

    Tony Kornheiser talks with Grantland's Bill Simmons, discusses the latest in the NFL with Mike Freeman and opens up the mailbag.

  • Best of ESPN 1000

    Chris and Adam hear from Stephen A Smith, Bill Wennington, and Bill Simmons. They talk about Derrick Rose and the Bulls.

  • 'B.S. Report': Doug Collins

    Doug Collins stops by the studio to share stories of playing for the 76ers and coaching a young Jordan on the Bulls, and then breaks down how the NBA ...

  • Peaks and Valleys: The Career of Will Smith

    All careers, even the great ones, have their ups and downs. Michael Jordan had his Wizards run. Shaq spent a year with the Celtics. Tiger Woods has hi...

  • B.S. Report

    Doug Collins stops by the studio to share stories of playing for the 76ers and coaching a young Jordan on the Bulls, and then breaks down how the NBA ...

  • 'B.S. Report': Chuck Klosterman on Kobe Bryant, Rajon Rondo, and the Sixers

    Bill calls Chuck Klosterman to discuss Kobe's media tour, Rondo's trouble in Dallas, and Sam Hinkie's tanking strategy for the Philadel...

  • B.S. Report

    Bill calls Chuck Klosterman to discuss Kobe's media tour, Rondo's trouble in Dallas, and Sam Hinkie's tanking strategy for the Philadelphia 76ers.

  • 2015 NBA Trade Value, Part 2: The Temple of Doom

    Remember when I promised that Part 2 of the Trade Value column would arrive the week after the Super Bowl? That was a typo -- I meant the Oscars. Sorr... College Basketball Headlines College Football Headlines Latest Video Motorsport Headlines

  • The Bottom Line: Martinsville

    Winning at Martinsville is one of the toughest tasks in NASCAR, but the reward -- the Grandfather clock trophy -- is unique and gratifying. Ricky Craven owns one, and he breaks down the keys to winning.

  • Blog: Vickers has support

    As Brian Vickers misses another race with blood clots, one of his big sponsors -- Janssen Pharmaceuticals, whose blood thinner Vickers has used in the past -- is firmly behind him.

  • Logano edges Newman for Martinsville pole

    Daytona 500 champion Joey Logano won the pole for Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Martinsville Speedway, and Chase Elliott earned the right to make his debut in the series by qualifying 27th.

  • RCR crew chief receives 3-race suspension

    NASCAR suspended Richard Childress Racing crew chief Slugger Labbe for an illegal truck trailing arm on the No. 33 Sprint Cup car.

  • J.D. Gibbs getting treatment for brain issues

    J.D. Gibbs, son of Pro Football Hall of Fame coach Joe Gibbs and president of Joe Gibbs Racing, has begun treatment for symptoms impacting areas of brain function, including speech and processing issues.

  • Ambrose says he 'can't deliver' as lead driver

    Former NASCAR driver Marcos Ambrose says he asked to be temporarily replaced as a driver in Australia's V8 Supercars Series because he couldn't "deliver what's expected of me" as a lead driver at DJR Team Penske.

  • Keselowski wins at Fontana in wild finish

    Brad Keselowski roared past Kurt Busch on the final lap and held off streaking Kevin Harvick to win at Fontana on Sunday, earning his first NASCAR victory of the season in a wild finish.

  • Caution foils Kurt Busch's first victory of 2015

    Kurt Busch appeared set to earn his first Sprint Cup victory of the season before a caution with less than two laps remaining in the scheduled 200-lap race ended up foiling those plans Sunday at Auto Club Speedway.

  • Moffitt tabbed as Vickers' fill-in at Martinsville

    Brett Moffitt will continue his role as replacement driver for Brian Vickers when the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to Martinsville Speedway this weekend.

  • Eldora Speedway founder Baltes dies at 93

    Eldora Speedway founder Earl Baltes, who took the land that came with the Eldora Ballroom he purchased and turned it into one of the most well-known and prestigious dirt tracks in the country, died Monday morning at the age of 93. MLB Headlines NBA Headlines NFL Headlines NHL Headlines Outdoors Headlines Poker Headlines Soccer Headlines Top Headlines

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  • Mitchell's late layup lifts USC to a 67-65 win over UNC

    Tiffany Mitchell's layup with three seconds remaining in the game would be just enough to help South Carolina capture a 67-65 win over North Carolina and a spot in the Elite Eight.North Carolina came out of the gates quickly putting the burden on South Carolina.The first two minutes of play saw the Tar Heels go on an 8-0 run thanks in large part to the efforts of Stephanie Mavunga. The sophomore forward scored four of her eight during the run.But South Carolina battled back. With a little hel...

  • Coastal Carolina Baseball Defeats Bryant, 7-2

    Coastal Carolina had some timely hits, took advantage of three errors and Alex Cunningham struck out a career-high nine batters to lead the Chanticleers (12-6)  to a 7-2 win versus Bryant (2-10) Friday evening in the first of a three-game weekend series at Springs Brooks Stadium.

  • NFL dreams: S.C. seniors show off at Palmetto Pro Day

    CONWAY, S.C. (WMBF) - The NFL Draft is one month away, and players from Coastal Carolina and other FCS schools throughout the state are hopeful they'll hear their names called over the weekend. Scouts from 14 NFL teams were in Conway to do a little scouting at the 2015 Palmetto Pro Day.Hosted by CCU, everyone got to go through the drills that are expected of future professional athletes. Chad Hamilton and Quinn Backus are two of the bigger name prospects from Coastal, and both left today hope...

  • Great Expectations: St. James sets the bar high once again

    MURRELLS INLET, S.C. (WMBF) - Next week's Mingo Bay Classic will bring in some of the best high school baseball talent on the east coast to the Grand Strand. However, St. James knows that it has what it takes to win its portion of the tournament.The Sharks are in a tie for first in their region already this year, beating Wilson on Tuesday. Three senior pitchers are leading the squad, and will look to guide an otherwise young team this year.Though the expectation level for this program is alwa...

  • Coastal Comeback: Chants top Gamecocks in 11

    Courtesy: CCU Media RelationsCONWAY – Connor Owings hit a solo home run in the first inning for a 1-0 lead and hit a walk-off RBI single in the 11th to lift Coastal Carolina to a 9-8 extra-innings win versus #7/12 South Carolina Tuesday night before a capacity crowd of 3,086 at Springs Brooks Stadium. The Chanticleers, winners of nine straight, improve to 18-7 and have taken down three traditional powers on consecutive Tuesdays in Springs Brooks Stadium. On March 10, Coastal beat #11 North Ca...

  • Dance studio brings popular 'pole fitness' classes to the Grand Strand

    Traditionally, pole dancing is thought of negatively as a subculture of sorts, most commonly in association with adult entertainment clubs. Not until recently had the popularized style of fitness hit our area.

  • Coastal Carolina University's basketball coach, players reflect on NCAA tournament

    Coastal Carolina's season came to a close when the 16th-seeded team fell to Wisconsin in the NCAA Tournament.

  • Coastal Carolina's season comes to a close, falls 86-72 to Wisconsin in NCAA tourney

     Coastal Carolina's attempt at making history by becoming the first 16th-seeded team to upset a No. 1 team fell short as the Chants fall to Wisconsin 86-72.

  • Bringing teal to the Midwest: Former player Todd Shannon excited for CCU's shot

    Coastal Carolina may be at a bit of a home court disadvantage when it plays Wisconsin in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday night. 

  • CCU shot at Big Dance scores big business for restaurants, bars

    The buzz about the NCAA Tournament game for the Chants goes well beyond the CCU campus.