Clippers clinch franchise's first division title

Blake Griffin had 24 points and 12 rebounds, and the playoff-bound Los Angeles Clippers beat the Lakers 109-95 on Sunday to clinch their first Pacific Division title in franchise history against a team that has long overshadowed them. Original Source

Wade admits he might be out until playoffs

Dwyane Wade won’t rule out missing the rest of the regular season to recover from a right knee injury, but the Miami Heat star said Sunday he hopes to return before the playoffs. Original Source

Resale of Augusta badges spikes to $7K

Tiger Woods reemergence in the golf world combined with Augusta National’s close proximity to the Final Four, has created the perfect storm in the Masters ticket market that could result in the highest prices paid for the major in 16 years. Original Source

Ex-Auburn DB McNeil gets 3 years' prison

Former Auburn defensive back Mike McNeil received a 15-year split sentence on Monday after pleading guilty to first-degree robbery. Original Source

Pitino highlights class of 7 into Naismith Hall

Rick Pitino, who will coach Louisville in the NCAA championship game Monday night, is among seven people elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Original Source

Flacco casting as Unitas ignites family feud

The decision to have Joe Flacco play the part of Johnny Unitas in an upcoming movie has drawn criticism from some members of the late Colts great’s family. Original Source

Braun back in lineup after missing 3 games

Ryan Braun is back in the Milwaukee Brewers’ starting lineup after missing three games due to spasms on the right side of his neck. Original Source

Rutgers viewing practice videos in all sports

Rutgers University is commissioning an independent investigation of the conduct of former men’s basketball coach Mike Rice and the way the school handled the situation. Original Source

Sources: Surgery 'very likely' for Gronkowski

Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski ‘very likely’ will need to have the plate in his previously broken left forearm removed to ensure the infection he sustained after a January surgery has been eradicated, according to sources. Original Source