Caleb Swanigan will be selected in tonight’s NBA Draft – the big question for Biggie is “Where?”
Homestead and Purdue standout Caleb Swanigan hopes to hear his named called in the NBA Draft and find a home in basketball.
Lawrence Johnson made 43 tackles, 8 sacks and two forced fumbles for Snider and he has committed to play football at Purdue.
Snider’s Austin France has decided to continue his football career at Western Michigan.
The Komets announced Thursday that defenseman Garrett Thompson has agreed to terms for his third consecutive season with Fort Wayne.
The Cubs, who won the World Series for the first time since 1908, are a nominee for best team.
The event runs in conjunction to the 2017 NBA Draft, held tomorrow night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Fremont native Glen McClain finished with a .991 fielding percentage at first base for the Warriors.
As a senior, VanHouten averaged 21.4 points for the Cavaliers after averaging 23.4 points as a junior.
Wisconsin’s Monte Harrison stole the show, hitting a solo home run in the seventh and a two-run shot in the ninth, to lead the West to victor
The Hawks are sending Howard and the No. 31 overall pick in Thursday’s NBA draft to Charlotte for center Miles Plumlee, shooting guard Marco Belinelli and the 41st pick.
The Komets will remain in the Central division and Western Conference.
Mason, who has taught physical education in the district since 2015, will replace Mike Eshbach.
Beginning with the 2017-18 season, the NBA G League will feature 26 teams, an expansion of four teams since last season, 22 of which are owned and operated by NBA franchises.
“I’m currently receiving professional help to manage my medications and the ways that I deal with back pain and a sleep disorder,” Woods said in a statement on Monday night.
2013 Euell A. Wilson Award winner David Morrison is stepping away from football at Ball State, as the Concordia Lutheran grad is pursuing his academic opportunities.
From Spuller Stadium to Ross Ade Stadium, JaMarcus Shephard has seen his football career come full circle.
TinCaps shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. caught fire early at the Midwest League All-Star Game’s Home Run Derby Monday night at Dow Diamond but wasn’t able to stay hot as he was eliminated in the semifinals.
It is without at doubt one of the most historic nights in franchise history – April 19, 1993.
Over his last two seasons at the head coach at Western Kentucky the Hilltoppers averaged 44 points a game on the way to back-to-back Conference USA titles.