Andy Enfield is jumping ship. After FGCU captured the nation's attention with their dunks and athleticism during their run to the Sweet 16, Enfield has taken the job across the country at USC.
In the state of Kentucky, Kevin Ware might be eligible for $40,000 in workers comp for his injury, but his student-athlete status prevents him from claiming any of it.
Tubby Smith is heading to Texas Tech.
UConn made their sixth consecutive Final Four.
Cleveland traded Colt McCoy to the 49ers.
Stephen Strasburg sat down 19 Marlins in a row as Bryce Harper hit two bombs to give the Nats a 2-0 win.
Cole Hamels gave up three homers to the Atlanta Braves and the Phillies lost 7-5.
Who has the most wins of all time on opening day? The Cubs.
Apparently, Kobe likes to remind Shaq about their ring-total whenever possible, but the two have formed a friendship nearly a decade after they split.
Did Ricky Rubio attend Hogwarts?
Caron Butler with 1.4 seconds left in the half. Go.
Jeremy Evans finished the Trailblazers.
Mike Conley hits the game-winner against the Spurs.
Andre 3000 and Beyoncé are teaming up to cover Amy Winehouse for The Great Gatsby soundtrack.
How the Internet saved the music video.
Pusha T released a video for "Trust You" with Kevin Gates.
Oh No drops a crazy video for "Boom."
Behind the scenes with Rick Ross.
The Dogg Pound brings back Snoop for their video, “LA, Here's 2 U.”
DID YOU REALIZE?
Trayvon Martin's ex-girlfriend recounts his final moments in a letter.
Chicago's murder rate was way down in March.
Air pollution has been linked to 1.2 million deaths in China.
Studies show people who eat more fish live longer.
North Korea vows to restart its nuclear reactors.
EVERYTHING I AM
An interesting look at how much money Wichita State is making with its run to the Final Four, including direct bonuses, donations and merchandise.
GOTTA HAVE IT
Drake dropped a video for “5 AM in Toronto.”