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The Memphis Grizzlies are headed on a three-game road trip with a better grip on the Western Conference's final playoff spot.
References to Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Crimea as some sort of “19th-century behavior” misjudge the enormity of recent events. He hasn’t miscalculated; Putin is redefining 21st-century warfare.
An idea was taking shape in Jay Blair Ebbert's mind.
Boeing calls the odd-looking upturned wingtips on aircraft "blended winglets," Airbus calls them "sharklets" and Southwest Airlines, in ads, simply calls them "little doo-hickeys."
Free entertainment online is nothing new, but what if you could access a form of entertainment and enrichment over the Internet that others pay thousands of dollars for and that keeps you occupied for weeks at a time?
The Memphis Grizzlies turned up their offense in the second half, and the Charlotte Bobcats were too tired to keep pace.
SMU coach Larry Brown is seeing too much evidence that his 18th-ranked Mustangs don't respond well when things start going poorly.
Memphis senior guard Joe Jackson closed his home career with a half that carried the No. 20 Tigers to victory.
If John Calipari was hoping for the light to come on for his young basketball team, then Kentucky basketball is still facing a darkness on the edge of town.
LEXINGTON, Ky. - When he wasn't being defensive or positive or testy or prophetic during his Monday meeting with the media, John Calipari said one simple thing when asked how his reeling Kentucky basketball team could turn it around.