UNDATED (AP) — Tom Crean says he doesn't want to stop coaching his Indiana team this year. 

His Hoosiers assured Crean that he will work at least another game in the Sweet 16 portion of the NCAA tournament. The fifth-seeded Hoosiers eliminated four seed Kentucky 73-67 behind Thomas Bryant's 19 points. Yogi Ferrell added 18 points and four assists.

Indiana is in the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2012.

— Indiana next takes on North Carolina, which looked every bit like the East No. 1 seed by thumping Providence 85-66. It's the fourth time in six years that the Tar Heels have reached the Sweet 16. Brice Johnson led the Tar Heels with 21 points and 10 rebounds on 7 of 9 shooting from the field.

In other NCAA men's tourney action:

— The top overall seeded Kansas Jayhawks built an early 20-point lead and held off Connecticut 73-61. The Jayhawks have won 16 straight games. Wayne Selden Jr. had 22 points and seven rebounds. Perry Ellis scored 21 points and grabbed eight rebounds. Kansas next plays the winner of Sunday's Hawaii-Maryland game. For UConn, it's the first NCAA tourney defeat for coach Kevin Ollie, who ran the table in 2014 as a No. 7 seed.

— In the Midwest region, Georges Niang (JORG NEE'-ahng) scored 28 points and Iowa State posted a 78-61 win over Little Rock. The Cyclones advanced to their second Sweet 16 in three years. Their opponent is top seed Virginia.

— The Cavaliers survived a slow start to eliminate No. 9 seed Butler 77-69. The Cavaliers rode a 54-point second half performance when they shot 73 percent. ACC player of the year Malcolm Brogdon led the Cavs with 22.

— Miami had to hold off the charging Wichita State Shockers in a 65-57 South Regional win. At one point in the first half the third-seeded Hurricanes had a 21-point lead before the 11th-seeded Shockers scored 11 unanswered points. Angel Rodriguez led the way for Miami.

— Duke held off Yale 71-64. The Blue Devils had a 23-point halftime lead but the Yalies came roaring back to make a game of it. Grayson Allen had 29 points, including five 3-pointers, to help Duke advance. Brandon Ingram added 25 points and five rebounds for the defending national champions.

— No. 11 seed Gonzaga felled third-seed Utah 82-59 to reach the Sweet 16 for the second straight year. Eric McClellan led the way with 22. Domantas Sabonis (doh-MAHN'-tahs sah-BOH'-nihs) had 19 and 10 boards for his 22nd double-double of the season. Next up for the Zags is the winner of the Syracuse-Middle Tennessee game Sunday.


St. Thomas wins second title in 6 years

SALEM, Va. (AP) — Taylor Montero had 27 points and 11 rebounds and Ryan Saarela had 26 points and 10 rebounds in leading the St. Thomas of Minnesota Tommies to an 82-76 victory over Benedictine of Illinois. It's the Tommies' second Division III men's basketball national championship in the past six seasons.


Spurs still perfect at home

UNDATED (AP) — In what very well may be a preview of the NBA Western Conference final, the San Antonio Spurs remained perfect at home by downing the Golden State Warriors 87-79. The Spurs are 35-0 at home this season with their 44th straight regular season home victory.

LaMarcus Aldridge led the way with 26 points and 13 rebounds. Kawhi Leonard added 18 points and 14 rebounds for San Antonio, which has beaten Golden State 33 straight times at home in the regular season. The Warriors fell to 62-7, three games ahead of the Spurs in the race for best record in the NBA.

In other NBA:

Dwyane (DWAYN) Wade scored 24 points to surpass 20,000 for his career, Josh Richardson added 19 and the Miami Heat never trailed in beating the Cleveland Cavaliers 122-101. The Heat led by as many as 33.

— John Wall had 24 points and 10 assists, and the Washington Wizards rallied from an 18-point, second-quarter deficit to beat the New York Knicks 99-89 for their fourth straight victory.

— Kevin Durant's 33 points and 13 rebounds led Oklahoma City past Indiana 115-111. Russell Westbrook had his second triple-double in two nights -- 14 points, 11 rebounds and 14 assists.

— Al Horford scored 22 points and the streaking Atlanta Hawks continued to feast on Western Conference teams by beating the Houston Rockets 109-97. The Hawks have won five straight and eight of nine. They've won six straight against teams from the West.

— Derrick Rose scored 22 points to lead the Chicago Bulls to a 92-85 victory over Utah. That ends the Jazz's four-game winning streak.

— Memphis got 28 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists from Zach Randolph in the Grizzlies' 113-102 win over the L.A. Clippers. It's his first career triple-double.

Anthony Tolliver scored all 17 of his points in the second half and Aron Baynes scored 17 of his 21 in the fourth quarter in the Detroit Pistons' 115-103 victory over the Brooklyn Nets.

— D.J. Augustin scored 24 points on 8-of-11 shooting, and the Denver Nuggets snapped a three-game road losing streak with a 101-93 victory over the Charlotte Hornets.


Pens stop Flyers

UNDATED (AP) — The Penguins got goals from Trevor Daley, Carl Hagelin and Chris Kunitz in a 4-1 win over the Flyers. Goalie Marc-Andre Fleury (marhk-ahn-dray FLOOR'-ee) contributed with 16 saves. The Penguins are now six points ahead of Philadelphia for one of the final two Eastern Conference playoff spots. The rivals will meet twice more in the final week of the season.

In other NHL:

— Kari Lehtonen made 27 saves in Dallas' first shutout since December, a 3-0 whitewash of the New York Islanders. The Stars remain in first place in the Western Conference. It's his 34th career shutout.

— Luke Glendening scored the go-ahead goal, Pavel Datsyuk (PAH'-vuhl DAT'-sook) had two goals and the Detroit Red Wings rebounded from a two-goal deficit and topped the Florida Panthers 5-3.

— Ottawa scored three shorthanded goals in the Senators 5-0 rout of Montreal. Andrew Hammond stopped all 30 shots for his first shutout of the season.

— The Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Buffalo Sabres 4-1 to win their fourth in six games and avoid elimination from the playoffs.

— Rookie Oliver Bjorkstrand got his first two NHL goals in the third period and the Columbus Blue Jackets beat the New Jersey Devils 6-3.

Charlie Coyle and Zach Parise (puh-REE'-see) scored in the shootout and the Minnesota Wild kept pace in the race for the final playoff spot in the Western Conference with a 3-2 win over Carolina. Devan Dubnyk made 31 saves for the Wild, who are one point behind idle Colorado for eighth in the West.

— Joel Ward scored twice, Joe Thornton broke a tie early in the third period and the San Jose Sharks overwhelmed Henrik Lundqvist and the New York Rangers, 4-1. Lundqvist stopped 42 of the first 43 shots he faced before allowing three goals on four shots late in the game.

— Brian Elliott made 19 saves in his return from injury and the St. Louis Blues handed the Vancouver Canucks their second straight shutout loss, 3-0.

__ The L.A. Kings beat Boston 2-1. Tanner Pearson scored his 13th goal for the Kings.

__ Tampa Bay blanked Arizona 2-0. Ben Bishop stopped 31 shots for his fifth shutout of the season.


Free agent QB visits Cleveland

CLEVELAND (AP) — The Cleveland Browns are taking another look at Robert Griffin III.

A person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press the free-agent quarterback visited with the Browns on Saturday. Griffin was released earlier this month by Washington. He met with new Cleveland coach Hue Jackson and members of the front office at the team's facility in Berea, Ohio.

Four years ago, the Browns were enamored with RG3 and wanted to take him in the draft. However, the club couldn't work out a trade to move up and were outbid by the Redskins, who selected Griffin with the No. 2 overall pick.


Updates from spring training

UNDATED (AP) — The St. Louis Cardinals have signed free-agent shortstop Ruben Tejada (tay-HAH'-dah) to a one-year, $1.5 million guaranteed contract. He hit .261 with 23 doubles, three homers and 28 RBIs with the Mets last year. His season ended when the Chase Utley of the Dodgers broke Tejada's right leg with a takeout slide in the NL Division Series.

— The Nationals have announced they are going to rest Bronson Arroyo for up to two weeks before beginning rehab on his injured right shoulder. The 39-year-old is attempting a comeback after missing all of 2015 following Tommy John surgery and surgery to repair a partly torn rotator cuff. He has not pitched in the majors since June of 2014.

— Center fielder Cameron Maybin of the Tigers is likely to miss opening day while recovering from a fractured left wrist. Tigers manager Brad Ausmus says the wrist isn't healing quickly enough for him to be ready.


Dillon wins as Busch blows tire

FONTANA, Calif. (AP) — Austin Dillon passed Kyle Busch and Daniel Suarez on the final lap and surged to an improbable victory in the Xfinity Series race.

Busch got within two miles of his record-tying fourth consecutive Xfinity win after leading 133 of the 150 laps. But the defending Sprint Cup Series champ got a flat tire while attempting to save fuel.

Dillon has the pole for Sunday's Sprint Cup race in Fontana.


Day tops leaderboard by two

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Jason Day takes a two-shot lead into Sunday's final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational. The Aussie has a two-shot lead after 54 holes over Kevin Chappell, Troy Merritt and Henrik Stenson. Day shot a third round 2-under 70 to finish 15 under par while Merritt and Chappell each shot 5-under 67's and Stenson a 70.


Verplank in lead

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Scott Verplank shot his second straight 6-under 66 to take the second-round lead in the PGA Tour Champions' Tucson Conquistadores Classic.

Jim Carter and Wes Short Jr. were a stroke back.


Ji leads after 3 round

PHOENIX (AP) — Eun-Hee Ji shot a 65 to take the third round lead at the LPGA Founders Cup tournament. She stands 18-under for the tournament. Stacy Lewis and Sei Young Kim are one shot back.

Jacqui Concolino of the U.S. is two shots back.


Rosberg, Hamilton 1-2 in F1

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Nico Rosberg has beaten teammate Lewis Hamilton in Formula One's season-opening Australian Grand Prix. The Mercedes cars recovered from a slow start to finish ahead of Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel, who took third. The race was suspended for 20 minutes after a frightening high-speed collision between Fernando Alonso and Esteban Gutierrez. Both walked away.


Brem clinches giant slalom title for 1st World Cup trophy

ST. MORITZ, Switzerland (AP) — Eva-Maria Brem of Austria clinched the women's giant slalom title at the World Cup finals on Sunday, her first-ever crystal globe.

Brem needed to finish fourth to secure the title and did, edging Marie-Michele Gagnon into fifth by 0.04 seconds.

Taina Barioz was second on the day, 0.46 behind Rebensburg. Overall champion Lara Gut was third, 0.75 off the pace.

Viktoria Rebensburg of Germany, the only woman who could surpass Brem in the standings, finished first and faced an anxious wait to see what her rival would do.

Mikaela Shiffrin of the United States crashed on the opening run.


Myhrer wins slalom at World Cup finals ahead of Hirscher

ST. MORITZ, Switzerland (AP) — Andre Myhrer of Sweden won the men's slalom race on the last day of the World Cup finals for his first victory in the competition since 2012.

Henrik Kristoffersen, who had already won the crystal globe in the discipline, was seeking to become the fourth man to win a record seven World Cup slalom races in a single season but the Norwegian was 19th Sunday, almost two seconds off the pace.

Myhrer, fourth-fastest after the opening run, finished 0.14 seconds ahead of overall World Cup winner Marcel Hirscher.

Sebastian Foss-Solevaag was third, with the young Norwegian claiming only a second-ever podium finish.