(‘The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)
- San Diego St. beat Creighton 57-56 Sunday to advance to the NCAA Tournament Final Four for the first time in school history.
- Men’s Final Four: San Diego St. vs. Florida Atlantic; Connecticut vs. Miami. For San Diego St., Florida Atlantic and Miami it’s their first ever Final Four appearance.
- LeBron James returned to the lineup Sunday after missing 13 games with a foot injury but the Lakers lost to the Chicago Bulls 118-108.
- The Dallas Mavericks have gone 7-13 since acquiring guard Kyrie Irving in a trade.
- Julio Urias will be the Opening Day starter for the Dodgers against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Dodger Stadium Thursday night.
- Former Rams linebacker Bobby Wagner has returned to the Seattle Seahawks on a one-year, $7 million deal.
- Jerry Green, a Detroit sportswriter who covered 56 consecutive Super Bowls, has passed away at the age of 94.
- The Charter Oak 7 on 7 passing Tournament is scheduled for Saturday May 20.
- The Azusa Pacific baseball team swept a doubleheader from Fresno Pacific Saturday (6-3, 7-3) to improve to 19-11 on the season.
- The Angels open the season Thursday night at Oakland.
5 Comments to "The TEN: 3/27/2023"
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It’s already happening . Welcome to 2023 world of football, don’t know if it helps this early? Maybe if you are young passing (spread! ) team ……
They are more overpaid than other major sports, but the idea of not paying when they lose is ludicrous.
@3. What a garbage take that is. Should NHLers not get paid if their team loses? MLBers? NFLers? Or are you just mad about the NBA? Are NBA players more over paid than any other sport, or does the political leanings of most NBA players trigger your disdain? FYF.
Some school will have a 7/7 in April.
Here’s an idea for these over-paid NBA players: if you don’t win, you don’t get paid for that night. If you’re injured, no pay for the time off. Things will change!