The 19-year-old Ball brother started this season at UCLA, but ended up in an global incident after shoplifting from some stores in China while there with the Bruins. Holiday was one of the Pac-12's best players this season, posting 20.3 points per game, 3.7 rebounds per game and 5.8 assists per game. While he will be eligible for the draft, he can be selected by any National Basketball Association team if any team chooses to select him.
Giants receiver Odell Beckham is making noises about a contract holdout, but the team doesn't think that's going to happen. Asked by NFL Network's Kimberly Jones if Beckham can still be part of the Giants' solution, Gettleman replied, "Bottomline is, as Ernie [Accorsi] taught us, you don't quit on talent ".
Past year was tough but a couple of wins turns it all around. "This is unbelievable. A dream come true", Watson said. And when things are working, his opponents are left scratching their heads at just how he gets his golf ball to do those insane things.
Giants manager Bruce Bochy was relieved that the injury wasn't more serious. A more concrete timetable should emerge as he continues to progress in his recovery. Bumgarner said about his missing action that it will be tough but he could handle it. Last season was the first time since he started 18 games in 2010 that he didn't have at least 31 starts for the season.
David Warner is also set to be blocked from playing the closing match of the series by CA while Cameron Bancroft, the player who used yellow tape to try and rough up one side of the ball, is also nearly certain to be jettisoned. England captain Joe Root has dismissed rumours that Australia may have tampered with the ball during the recent Ashes series. Little-known Zotani Oscar is now the talk of the sporting world after he filmed Cameron Bancroft rubbing yellow sticky tape over the ...
There would be no need for that in the Sweet 16 as the Wolverines dismantled Texas A&M by 27 points and looked like one of the best teams left standing. Barry Brown's tiebreaking layup with 19 seconds remaining helped No. 9 seed Kansas State beat No. 5 seed Kentucky, 61-58, in the South Region semifinal in Atlanta on Thursday night.