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UCLA, Houston, Gonzaga represent record-tying 11 conferences in Sweet 16 | THE HERD

The NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament has entered the Sweet 16 and a record-tying 11 conferences are represented. UCLA, Houston, Gonzaga, San Diego State and even Princeton highlight among the Ivy League, West Coast Conference, Mountain West, Pac-12 and more. Colin Cowherd shares his reaction to the first weekend of the men's tournament.

Why Brandin Cooks trade has not solved anything for Cowboys | THE HERD

The Dallas Cowboys acquired WR Brandin Cooks from the Houston Texans for a 2023 fifth round pick and 2024 sixth-round pick. Despite the questions on America's Team's WR core, did they make the right move after trading Amari Cooper? Colin explains why it was not the right call.

Is Aaron Rodgers not worth a first-round pick after all? | THE HERD

Aaron Rodgers said on The Pat McAfee Show last week that he 'intends' to play for the New York Jets after being '90 percent retiring' heading into his darkness retreat. While the Green Bay Packers are seeking first-round picks, many teams not in the sweepstakes reportedly believe that Rodgers is not worth a first-rounder but a second-round pick instead. Colin Cowherd breaks down the QB's true worth.

Has Anthony Davis impressed in LeBron's absence from Lakers lineup? | UNDISPUTED

The Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Orlando Magic 111-105 to improve to 35-37 on the regular season. Austin Reaves led the way, scoring a career-high 35 points, Anthony Davis added 15 points and 11 rebounds and the Lakers held the Magic’s Paolo Banchero to 21 points. With LeBron James out of the Lakers lineup Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe describe what AD has shown in LeBron’s absence.

Michael Jordan reportedly open to selling majority stake in Hornets | UNDISPUTED

According to reports, Michael Jordan is willing to sell a majority of his ownership in the Charlotte Hornets. If a sale goes through, MJ would still hold a minority share in the team. He has been the majority owner since 2010. Skip Bayless reacts to the report.