The Roundup: Wes Leonard, a High School Basketball Player, Made a Game-Winning Shot, Then Died

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Wes Leonard, a 16-year-old high school basketball player, made the game-winning shot in overtime last night and his team finished the regular season 20-0. As the team celebrated moments later, he collapsed on the court and later died. [Holland Sentinel]

It sounds like Gary Winchard’s problems are about to get worse. [Sports Agent Blog]

Colin Cowherd on the input he has on the CBS show being made loosely based on his life: it’s like if someone came up to you and said, “do you want five percent of a restaurant? You won’t cook the food, you won’t lease the building, you won’t hire the employees but we’ll give you a couple of things on the menu and you can make suggestions.” [LAist]

High school senior: 5 homers, 17 RBI in a 38-0 victory. [Sentinel]

Denver wins again, and now it is 5-1 since dealing Carmelo Anthony. Below, you HAVE to see AK-47 blow a layup that would have sent the game to overtime. [Post]

It sure looks like the Sacramento Kings are going to be moving to Anaheim. [Sac Bee]

Always-injured safety Bob Sanders has signed a contract with the Chargers. [Union Tribune]

At the same time Jameer Nelson will be guarding Derrick Rose tonight, his kid brother will be trying to bring mighty Chester a district championship at Villanova. [CSN Philly]

Middle school student suspended for opening a door. [Tidewater News]

Seton Hall 84, St. John’s 70. The Big East tourney’s going to be wide open. [Zags Blog]

The Pittsburgh media is finally chiming in on the large number of off-the-field problems its football team has. [Tribune Review]

Jeremy Shockey, dumped by the Saints last week, is going to the Carolina Panthers. [Observer]

Nice F-bomb, Steve Lavin. [via Bubba]

Four years ago, Charlie Sheen homered at Dodger Stadium. [via LA Times]

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