Desmond Cambridge had 30 points as Brown beat Harvard 88-79 on Friday night.
- NBA: Refs erred 4 times in Celtics-Bucks ending
- Source: Steelers would prefer to trade AB to NFC
- Pats' Kraft facing charges of soliciting prostitute
- Patriots' D. McCourty says he's not ready to retire
The NBA's Last Two Minute Report for the Bucks' 98-97 victory over the Celtics on Thursday listed four incorrect rulings in the final 3.7 seconds of the game.
Kraft is facing charges of misdemeanor solicitation of prostitution. What will the consequences be for him and the NFL?
The Steelers would prefer to trade Antonio Brown to an NFC team, while the Patriots and teams in the AFC North are considered no-trade zones, a source told ESPN.
Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer
With compensatory draft picks awarded today, what the Patriots have overall: 1: Original (32); 2a: via Bears (56); 2b: Original (64); 3a: via Lions (74); 3b: Compensatory (97); 3c: Compensatory (101); 4: Original; 6: Compensatory (205); 7a: via Eagles; 7b: via Browns (via KC); 7c: Original; 7d: Compensatory (252).
Police in Florida say they have videotape of Patriots owner Robert Kraft paying for a sex act inside an illicit massage parlor in Florida.
Kevin Seifert NFL Nation
In light of today's news about Patriots owner Robert Kraft, it's important to remember that owners are subject to the NFL's personal conduct policy. In fact, the policy states that "ownership and club or league management have traditionally been held to a higher standard and will be subject to more significant discipline when violations of the Personal Conduct Policy occur." In 2014, for instance, Colts owner Jim Irsay was suspended six games and fined $500,000 after being arrested on drug charges.
Before chatting with music legend Garth Brooks about his time with the Pirates (29:35), Buster and Boog Sciambi dish on projected win totals and much more (2:49). Plus, Coley Harvey with some "Inside Heat" on the Yankees (36:21) and we remember the life of the late Nick Cafardo.
The long offseason wait is over -- let the games begin! -- giving us a chance to focus on what will happen between the lines.
Some teams take a stars-and-scrubs approach, some have depth but lack star power. We sort them all out and figure out who's on top.
Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 12 of his 30 points in the fourth quarter, Khris Middleton hit a 3-pointer in the closing seconds and the NBA-leading Milwaukee Bucks held off the Boston Celtics 98-97 on Thursday night.
Although he contemplated retiring if the Patriots won the Super Bowl, safety Devin McCourty, 31, told the Sports Spectrum podcast that he's going to return for a 10th season with New England.
Vasa Pusica scored 19 points with seven assists and Northeastern (17-10, 11-4 Colonial Athletic Association) pulled away from James Madison 76-60 Thursday night, making nine of their last 11 shots from the floor.
Dustin Pedroia's goal isn't merely to come back from his knee injury, but to remain healthy enough to contribute for the Red Sox for the entire season.
Malika Andrews ESPN
Mike Budenholzer said he expects Nikola Mirotic to play against the Celtics tonight. Budenholzer said he will be on a minutes restriction. This would be the first game Mirotic plays for the Bucks.
Longtime Boston Globe baseball writer Nick Cafardo died after collapsing at the Red Sox's spring training ballpark. He was 62.