South Carolina coach Frank Martin and players PJ Dozier, Sindarius Thornwell, Chris Silva and Duane Notice field questions from the media after losing to top-seed Gonzaga 77-73 on Saturday in the Final Four.
Watch the postgame news conference with Gonzaga coach Mark Few and players Przemek Karnowski, Nigel Williams-Goss and Zach Collins after their 77-73 victory over No. 7 South Carolina on Saturday in the Final Four.
Even if your bracket was busted, say, about the third game of the tournament and you don’t still have a dog in the hunt, there’s a good chance you’ll be checking out the 2017 NCAA men’s basketball Final Four and championship games Saturday and Monday.
North Carolina has been to the Final Four 20 times, the most in the NCAA. But 2017's other three teams - South Carolina, Gonzaga and Oregon - have combined for just four appearances. Here's a rundown of the Final Four teams and how they got there.
Cutting down the nets is one of college basketball’s distinctive traditions, a rite of spring. Yet the ceremony also has built-in (if rarely evident) danger, combining as it does excitement and a feeling of indomitability with a ladder and a sharp object.
Mark Hughes was a co-captain for the 1989 Michigan team that won the NCAA national championship. When he’s not cheering on the Wolverines in this year’s tournament, Hughes is cheering for his son, Jackson Hughes, and his Woodcreek High teammates who will play for the state championship this Saturday.
The third-seeded Bruins heated up in the second half of their NCAA Tournament game against Cincinnati on Sunday at Golden 1 Center to notch a win and move into the Sweet 16. Lonzo Ball had 18 points, seven rebounds and nine assists.