Harvard basketball moving on without 2 top players
BOSTON -- It wasn't long ago when Harvard was orchestrating one of its best basketball seasons.
There was a conference title. There was the first NCAA tournament appearance in 66 years.
The Ivy League university was even part of an NBA sensation when former Crimson guard Jeremy Lin emerged from obscurity to star for a short time as the point guard for the New York Knicks.
What's more, coach Tommy Amaker heard indirectly from President Obama before Harvard's first-round game ...
Read full story