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March Madness: Dick Vitale's tournament favorites, players to watch

March Madness: Dick Vitale's tournament favorites, players to watch

Sports
March 15 (UPI) -- Legendary announcer Dick Vitale's voice invades the minds of college basketball fans annually, as he brings excitement to the game with trademark phrases like "diaper dandy" and "it's awesome baby." Vitale, 79, has covered the sport for 40 years and said March Madness still gets the blood flowing. He told UPI on Thursday that he got even more excited when Duke's Zion Williamson was cleared to return to the court. The freshman's return makes the Blue Devils "tough to beat" this March, according to Vitale. But he said a few programs have a shot. Duke will be a favorite of many bracket-fillers this March after the 68-team field is announced for the annual Division 1 on "Selection Sunday." The big reveal will air at 6 p.m. Sunday on CBS and can be live-streamed on the NCAA ...
Watch live: SpaceX Crew Dragon heads back to Earth

Watch live: SpaceX Crew Dragon heads back to Earth

Science
March 7 (UPI) -- SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon spacecraft proved the private space company is capable of safely launching and carrying astronauts from Earth to the International Space Station. Now, SpaceX and Crew Dragon must demonstrate their ability to safely shepherd astronauts back to Earth. "The uncrewed SpaceX DM-1 mission has one final milestone and that is the safe return to Earth," NASA wrote in an update. On Friday morning, the International Space Station confirmed in a tweet that the Crew Dragon had undocked at approximately 2:32 a.m. ET. The descent back to Earth will be streamed live on NASA TV. The Crew Dragon's deorbit burn will be followed by a splashdown into the Atlantic Ocean, scheduled to occur at approximately 8:45 a.m. EST Friday. Last week, the Crew Dra...
Watch: Dreamcatcher releases special 'Then There Was No One' music video

Watch: Dreamcatcher releases special 'Then There Was No One' music video

Entertainment
March 5 (UPI) -- South Korean girl group Dreamcatcher released a special music video for "Then There Was No One." The K-pop stars shared a video for the song Tuesday following the release of their EP The End of Nightmare in February. The video shows JiU, SuA, Siyeon, Handong, Yoohyeon, Dami and Gahyeon wearing coordinating dark outfits as they sing about wanting to be with someone who isn't there. "[Special Clip] Dreamcatcher 'Then There Was No One' #Dreamcatcher," the group tweeted Tuesday.[embedded content] "Then There Was No One" appears on The End of the Nightmare, which debuted Feb. 13. The mini album is the group's first EP since Alone in the City, which debuted in September. Dreamcatcher originally debuted as Minx in 2014. The group changed its name to Dreamcatcher in 2017 after Ha...
Watch Dusan Tadic tear Real Madrid apart as Ajax stun Champions League holders

Watch Dusan Tadic tear Real Madrid apart as Ajax stun Champions League holders

Sports
outrageous The former Southampton ace was the architect of the Dutch club's sensational victory at the Bernabeu Dusan Tadic set the Bernabeu on fire to inspire one of the most almighty Champions League shocks in recent memory. Ajax stunned Real Madrid by beating them 4-1 in their own back yard, sealing a 5-3 aggregate victory and eliminating the holders before the quarter-finals. Dusan Tadic and Hakim Ziyech celebrate And it was largely thanks to one man: former Southampton ace Tadic. Not only did he provide the assist for Hakim Ziyech’s opener with a smart cutback, he then turned on the magic for David Neres’ goal, and scored a screamer of his own for good measure. Surrounded by four Madrid players, he danced away from all of the...
Watch: John Tavares greeted with jeers in return to hostile Nassau Coliseum

Watch: John Tavares greeted with jeers in return to hostile Nassau Coliseum

Sports
Feb. 28 (UPI) -- Toronto Maple Leafs center John Tavares returned to jeers and disparaging chants in a game against the New York Islanders at Nassau Coliseum on Thursday night. Tavares, who spent his first nine seasons in the NHL with the Islanders, stepped on the ice 18 seconds into the first period and was welcomed with boos from the crowd. Fans chanted "We don't need you!" and various other phrases during pre-game warmups. The Islanders played a 60-second tribute video for Tavares, which led to another chorus of jeers. One member of the crowd threw a jersey at the forward before he exited the ice after warmups. Before the game, fans defaced Tavares Islanders jerseys with words that read "traitor" and "Judas" and his No. 91 was turned into images of snakes.[embedded content] The Islande...