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Associated PressFormer Atlanta Braves center fielder Andrew Jones steps to the plate as he competes in the Braves Alumni softball home run derby before a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Saturday, Aug. 17, 2019, in Atlanta.

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Georgia men’s basketball forward Rayshaun Hammonds announced on Friday he would be entering the 2020 NBA draft while still maintaining his eligibility. The decision allows him to hear feedback from NBA teams while still leaving the door open to return for his senior year.

Due to concerns over the spread of COVID-19, sports have been canceled for the foreseeable future. In this unpredictable time, many sports fans will be left watching reruns of past games or looking for other pieces of entertainment to fill the cavernous void left behind without sports. Below…

The NCAA Board of Governors unanimously voted on Thursday to distribute $225 million in June to Division I members to specifically focus on supporting college athletes. This decision comes in response to the NCAA's decision on March 12 to cancel all remaining winter and spring NCAA championships.

With the cancellation of the SEC men’s basketball tournament and the rest of the season amid the health concern for COVID-19, three careers have been cut a few games too short. Jordan Harris, Tyree Crump and Donnell Gresham Jr. were the only seniors on the 2019-20 Georgia men’s basketball ro…

Daily operations of sports leagues have come to a complete halt over the past two weeks due to developments involving the COVID-19 outbreak. Sports leagues are not alone, as travel bans have been implemented and universities have suspended face-to-face instruction.

Freshman shooting guard Anthony Edwards — who led Georgia men’s basketball in points per game, steals and minutes played — declared for the 2020 NBA draft on Friday via Twitter.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Spring sports are officially over for Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.

In response to the cascading concerns about COVID-19, the NCAA has banned coaches from all in-person recruiting and called for the suspension of any official or unofficial school visits until at least April 15, according to a statement by the NCAA’s Division 1 Council Coordination Committee …


The shock waves from the coronavirus outbreak rattled the sports world as two rites of spring, the Masters and Boston Marathon, were postponed.


As conference tournaments continue largely without fans ahead of Selection Sunday, here is a look at teams teetering on the NCAA Tournament bubble through games played Wednesday night:

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Through the early part of spring practice, Indiana football coach Tom Allen feels good about the depth and talent at linebacker going into the 2020 season.


TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — A fast-moving bill to allow student athletes in Florida to hire agents and ink endorsement deal reached a speed bump Tuesday, as lawmakers attempted to reconcile differences between their dueling proposals.


Florida State has accomplished several milestones in Leonard Hamilton’s nearly two decades with the Seminoles, from winning an Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament to getting within a game of the Final Four two seasons ago.


ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia's home-schooled students would be able to participate in high school sports and extracurricular activities under a bill advancing in the state House, but only if they took at least one online course from the public school.


ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — Noah Locke sank back-to-back 3-pointers during Florida's decisive run of 10 unanswered points in the second half and the Gators strengthened their NCAA Tournament hopes by beating Georgia 66-54 on Wednesday night.


The Atlanta Braves have barely had enough time to establish camp at spring training and already there is concern amongst Bravos faithful about one of its stars and face of the franchise. 

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