Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners

17-15

Team news, stats, injuries, tweets and more.

  • @UTSAMBB • 3w

    ESPN.com: Kyrie elbowed in face; no plans for KD this year

    Nets point guard Kyrie Irving caught an inadvertent elbow during a pick-up game at Brooklyn's practice facility Tuesday and was sent to the hospital to be evaluated, but general manager Sean Marks said the team was just being cautious.

    "I wouldn't even want to speculate at all but I think it's just a case of doing our due diligence," Marks said, adding that coach Kenny Atkinson accompanied Irving to the hospital. "Kyrie goes and gets checked out like he would anywhere else and we always send staff with him, and it's a great opportunity for Kenny, too.

    Nets point guard Kyrie Irving caught an inadvertent elbow during a pick-up game at Brooklyn's practice facility Tuesday and was sent to the hospital to be evaluated, but general manager Sean Marks said the team was just being cautious.

    "I wouldn't even want to speculate at all but I think it's just a case of doing our due diligence," Marks said, adding that coach Kenny Atkinson accompanied Irving to the hospital. "Kyrie goes and gets checked out like he would anywhere else and we always send staff with him, and it's a great opportunity for Kenny, too.

  • @UTSAMBB • 5m

    ESPN.com: Nadal into 2nd round; ill American Tiafoe falls

    PARIS -- Rafael Nadal made light work of qualifier Yannick Hanfmann on Monday, winning 6-2, 6-1, 6-3 to advance to the second round of the French Open.

    The 11-time champion at Roland Garros saved four break points in his first service game on Court Philippe Chatrier but was never troubled again by the 184th-ranked German, who was playing for the first time in the French Open main draw.

    Nadal later praised the refurbished showcase court where he won his 11 French titles, calling it "very beautiful.''

    Frances Tiafoe, at No.

  • @UTSAMBB • 7m

    ESPN.com: Alabama hires Buffalo's Oats as head coach

    The Alabama Crimson Tide have hired Buffalo's Nate Oats as their next head coach, the school announced on Wednesday.

    Oats, 44, replaces Avery Johnson, who was fired last week after four seasons in Tuscaloosa.

    "We are thrilled to welcome Nate and Crystal Oats and their three daughters to The University of Alabama," athletic director Greg Byrne said. "I have been watching Coach Oats for the last few years as he has led the University at Buffalo to unprecedented heights. His commitment to developing the student-athlete both on and off the court was what really stuck out.

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