P.J. Carlesimo sat down with the YES Network and spoke about a number of topics, from Jay-Z to the end of the Big East. He also spoke about the choking incident with Latrell Sprewell, saying he still doesn't know what set Spree off.
Stanton Truitt got 102 letters from the Tennessee Vols in one day.
Nardwuar does his thing with Trinidad James.
Have journalists learned from their mistakes from the Iraq war? Manti Te'o thinks not.
Lil Wayne has been released from the hospital following his seizures.
Seven Marines were killed in a training accident in Nevada after a mortar shell exploded.
March Madness will waste millions of employee hours — but that isn't necessarily a bad thing bit.ly/14a8Vmx
— Forbes (@Forbes) March 19, 2013
If your Final Four is all No. 1 seeds, you might be a March Madness douchebag. Here are 10 signs: cmplx.it/XnpL9S
— Complex(@ComplexMag) March 19, 2013
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Adrien Broner was arrested in Miami last night, allegedly for biting a security guard.
French Montana thinks his album will be the best album out of New York in 10 years.
Samsung and Apple are engaged in smart-watch wars.
Kobe Bryant may see action again on Friday against the Wizards.
An 'Absolute Will To Forget': Iraq Casts Shorter Shadow Than Vietnam n.pr/WDlLGp
— NPR News (@nprnews) March 19, 2013
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) March 19, 2013
— BuzzFeed (@BuzzFeed) March 19, 2013
There is more trouble for the kids in the Steubenville rape case.
John Legend has released the first track from his upcoming album, Love In The Future.
A Tribe Called Quest recaps SXSW and getting back onstage.