Two-minute drill: May 8


The Final Four will be aired on cable TV starting next season, with TBS airing the semifinals in both 2014 and 2015. CBS will still air the national championship game.

The two networks had previously agreed for TBS to start showing the Final Four in 2016, but had the option to move up to 2014, which is exactly what they did on Tuesday.

On Tuesday, Phil Jackson turned down the Brooklyn Nets coaching job after the Nets were hoping to attract the 11-time champion out of retirement and back on the bench.

Jackson has expressed interest in getting back into the NBA, but prefers to have a role similar to that of Pat Riley of the Miami Heat.

The Nets are expected to look at other candidates such as Larry Brown, Kelvin Sampson and Jerry Sloan, who would be potentially coming back to coach former point guard Deron Williams.

Tennessee, a team on the rise, suffered a huge hit on Tuesday as point guard Trae Golden announced that he is transferring from the team.

Last season, Golden averaged 12.1 points and 3.9 assists per game, and teamed with Jarnell Stokes and Jordan McRae to form one of the most experienced trios coming back in all of the country.

The Volunteers are now left without a true point guard on the team, and McRae may be forced into a position that he is not accustomed to play in.