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Texas could allow home-schooled students to play high school sports

A Texas lawmaker has proposed a bill that would allow the state's home-schooled students to play sports at their area high schools. Thirty-one sta... more »

Poll: Should basketball be played in quarters or halves?

In March, Winning Hoops asked coaches whether they preferred basketball at their level to be played in quarters or halves. Over the past five years, s... more »

St. Anthony High School in New Jersey to close

One of the nation's best high school basketball programs has played its last game, as St. Anthony High School (New Jersey) will close at the end of th... more »

LeBron James: If you care for kids, give them guidance

Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James had some thoughts on coaching and leadership Sunday evening, which he shared via Twitter. James, who last we... more »

Former world-record holder for consecutive free throws dies at 94

Dr. Tom Amberry, who 24 years ago set a world record by making 2,750 consecutive free throws, has died. He was 94. Amberry, a North Dakota nati... more »

Examining a young athlete’s chances of playing pro basketball

Parents might think their child has a great shot to make the pros, but statistics suggest otherwise. Figures from the NCAA show just how few player... more »

Law will allow guns at University of Arkansas sporting events

A new law in Arkansas will allow fans with concealed carry permits to bring guns to sporting events, including those at the University of Arkansas. ... more »

New graphics showcase school pride, commitment to excellence

{Sponsored} Looking for a way to thrill your student-athletes and keep them motivated for the upcoming season? Appearance is everything. Dana Harm... more »

Auriemma: ‘If your body language is bad, you’ll never get in the game’

Video from a Geno Auriemma press conference during last year's NCAA women's Final Four is getting a lot of attention this week, and it's worth revisi... more »

New survey finds athletes specializing at a younger age

A new survey conducted by the Rothman Institute has found that today's high school athletes began specializing in a single sport much earlier than tho... more »


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