College Basketball: Kentucky freshman Nerlens Noel has decided to enter the NBA Draft. Noel's only season at Kentucky was cut short by a torn ACL in his left knee. He played 24 games before suffering the injury in February against Florida.
Noel averaged 10.5 points and led the SEC in rebounding at 9.5 per game while leading the nation in blocked shots at 4.4 per outing. The 6-foot-10 forward is considered one of the top prospects and could be the No. 1 overall pick in June's draft.
MLB: The Cincinnati Reds try to stop a 5 game losing skid as they host Philadelphia in the first of a three game series at Great American Ballpark this evening. Coverage begins at 5:40 on News/Talk WHOP. The St. Louis Cardinals also begin a series tonight with the Pittsburgh Pirates.
ESPN Chicago reports historic Wrigley Field will get a $500 million dollar facelift. The agreement reached last night stated the Cubs will play more night games at the facility. Currently, the Cubs play 30 night games, with the number to increase to 40 once renovations are completed. Wrigley Field will also receive its first electronic video board in left field. Work will begin following the 2013 season.
NFL: The Cincinnati Bengals have re-signed running back Bernard Scott. Terms of the deal for the unrestricted free agent were not disclosed.
Scott has spent his first four NFL seasons with Cincinnati and played just two games in an injury-plagued 2012 campaign. He missed a few games early because of hand and ankle issues, then went on injured reserve in early October with a torn left ACL.
Golf: Adam Scott jumped from 7th to 3rd in this week's World Golf Rankings thanks to his thrilling playoff win over Angel Cabrera at the Masters.
Scott earned his first major title and became the first Australian to win the Green Jacket. Tiger Woods remains number 1, while Rory McIlroy stayed at number 2. Justin Rose dropped a spot to fourth due to Scott's rise. Brandt Snedeker stayed at number 5.