IT’S OFFICIAL. ISU officially announced the addition of Virginia transfer, Marial Shayok.
ONE ON ONE. Alex Halsted asked Shayok why he picked ISU, among many other questions.
HISTORY MADE. Iowa State softball defeated Texas 4-2 in Sunday’s rubber match to take the school’s first-ever series victory against the Longhorns.
MORE THAN A DUNKER. Randy Peterson argues that NBA teams should look at Deonte Burton’s all-around game instead of just his dunking abilities.
SPRING GAME ATTENDANCE. Here’s the top 10 attendance numbers for college football spring games.
EVENED UP. After looking like they might blast the Celtics out of the playoffs, Boston came back and took two games in Chicago to tie the series 2-2.
FIREY FRED. No, Bulls fans, not “Fired Fred...” The Mayor got fired up (by his standards) about how the officials handle Isaiah Thomas’ dribbling techniques.
Fred Hoiberg calls out Isaiah Thomas for palming--with response from Thomas. Then watch Hoiberg at end. This is Fred fired up. pic.twitter.com/CP3jlOrkei— Keith Murphy (@MurphyKeith) April 24, 2017
BUTLER V. SMART. After getting tangled up in game 4, Jimmy Butler questioned Marcus Smart’s toughness.
CAVS ADVANCE. LeBron James and the Cavaliers swept Georges Niang’s Pacers to advance to the next round of the NBA Playoffs.
MYSTERY ILLNESS. Steve Kerr might be unable to coach the Warriors for the rest of the playoffs.
HOT KNIFE THROUGH BUTTER. Lionel Messi ran through the entire defense to score for Barcelona vs. Real Madrid.
PLAYOFF HOCKEY. This season’s first round of the NHL Playoffs has set a record for the most overtime games.
NATURE’S BEAUTY. Icebergs are both beautiful and terrifying at the same time.