The World team dominated the U.S. but that didn't keep Jaylen Brown and Donovan Mitchell from showing off.
Durant told USA Today he feels sorry for Ingraham because she "doesn't understand" criticisms of President Donald Trump.
Al Horford was the penultimate pick by Team Stephen.
Bryant told ESPN it "takes a special person to want to play for" the Lakers.
The NBA commissioner said Curry suggested the league see how the first draft went before putting it on television.
Brock Washington, a walk-on for the Spartans, has reportedly been under investigation for fourth-degree criminal sexual assault.
Adam Silver said he wanted to send execs a message by fining the Lakers' Magic Johnson for comments he made about Giannis Antetokounmpo.
ASU guard Remy Martin was lining up for a second-half free throw when the cheerleader yelled, “Not today, Remy.”
James said Trump "really don't give a s— about the people."
The Denver Nuggets continued their fine form in the NBA, beating the Milwaukee Bucks.
John Wall promised his father he would graduate college, so he is going back to Kentucky to get his business degree.
One of the wins Louisville will have to vacate for multiple NCAA violations is its 2013 championship title.
Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby said Huggins did not properly handle "officiating concerns."
The 20-year NBA veteran, all with a Mavs organization he considers a second family, is glad a story alleging office misbehavior is out now.
Lonzo Ball has missed 15 games with a sprained MCL.
Michael Porter Jr. was once in the conversation for the No. 1 overall pick in the NBA draft before he suffered an injury early this season
USA Swimming President Tim Hinchey admitted the organization "failed" members but said the organization "does not tolerate sexual abuse."
Staley claims Sterk's comments were made "with actual malice and with knowledge that it was false or with reckless disregard for truth."
Trier has been deemed ineligible by the NCAA after he tested positive for a banned substance in a January test.