Because no one reads the newspaper, and SportsCenter's anchors are too perky for this early in the morning, Deadspin combs the best of the broadsheets and the blogosphere to bring you everything you need to know to start your day.
•In their loss to New Jersey, the Knicks went 0-18 from beyond the arc a new benchmark for the league. Don't ever say Nate Robinson didn't leave his imprint on this team.
•Let's check out a higher quality game: Lousiville upset No.1 Syracuse, so Kansas ends the regular season atop the polls. I believe I predicted this one, but only did so in pursuit of a joke, so I'm not sure that counts.
•Tony Parker's done for some time with a broken bone in his shooting hand. On the bright side, the corpse of Richard Jefferson put up 18 and 6. Let those "Parker's not a true point, he holds everyone back" rumblings begin.
•Cleveland fans got a look at what the Cavs without LeBron will be like, losing to the Bucks. More importantly, LeBron got a look at what the Cavs without LeBron are are really like. That supporting cast is no better than the Knicks. (*reads earlier item*) Okay, maybe a little.
•Duke records their biggest ever home win over North Carolina, a 32-point blowout. They keep alive two important streaks: 17-0 at home, and their 76th consecutive senior night saluting an annoying white player.
Thanks for joining us on this Sunday morning. I'll go make the coffee.