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Zion Williamson’s $181M Pelicans Future In Question

Williamson sent a mixed message by posting a video of him dunking while injured. He is eligible for a rookie max extension this summer.

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Buccaneers Bring Back Leonard Fournette for 3 Years, $21M

Fournette was a key piece in Tampa Bay’s Super Bowl LV run. The Bucs also recently signed wide receivers Chris Godwin and Russell Gage to three-year deals.

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UConn Women Extend Historic Sweet 16 Streak

With coach Geno Auriemma at the helm, the Huskies are on track to reach the Elite Eight for the 27th time in school history.

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First-Year HC Ime Udoka Has Led Celtics Resurgence

Ime Udoka built a reputation as a defensive guru in nine seasons as an assistant coach. Now in his first year as a head coach, Boston has the league’s best defense and a lethal duo.

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Colts Acquire Matt Ryan, Take On Remaining 2 Years, $52M

The Falcons traded QB Matt Ryan to the Colts in exchange for a third-round pick. The 14-year veteran earned $276 million with Atlanta and is the 11th-highest paid QB in the NFL.

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Iowa State’s Historic Turnaround From 2-Win Season

ISU became the team with the lowest winning percentage (.083) in the previous season to win a game. T.J. Otzelberger is the lowest-paid head coach ($1.5M) in the Big 12.

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Inside Carlos Correa’s Surprising 3-Year Twins Deal

Two-time All-Star Carlos Correa agreed to a three-year, $105.3 million contract with the Twins. The shortstop’s time in Minnesota might be short, however.

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Kentucky’s Trophy Case Under John Calipari Is Nearly Empty

Saint Peter’s upset over Kentucky was just the 10th time in NCAA men’s tournament history that a 15-seed knocked off a No. 2.

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Grant Hill Talks March Madness Memories and Coach K’s ‘Genius’

Hill explains why he’s never watched the famous 1992 Duke-Kentucky game, his relationship to the Final Four, and Coach K’s underrated people skills.

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Bills Give Von Miller His 2nd Career $100M Contract

The fully guaranteed $45 million cracks the top 10 for most ever for a non-QB. Buffalo is now the favorite to win the Super Bowl (+650*).

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