Some of the sports stories The Associated Press is covering Monday. A full Sports Digest will be sent by about 3 p.m. All times EDT:

- RALEIGH, N.C. - The four No. 1 seeds - Kansas, North Carolina, Virginia and Oregon - are still alive in the NCAA Tournament. Their paths to the Final Four, however, now look much different.

- RALEIGH, N.C. - The Atlantic Coast Conference is rolling with a record-six teams in the Sweet 16. Looking toward the next round are: North Carolina, Virginia, Miami, Duke, Notre Dame and Syracuse.

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- LAWRENCE, Kan. - Kansas, the overall No. 1 seed, did nothing to undermine its front-runner status through the opening weekend.

- The women's NCAA Tournament completes its second round with eight games. UConn, undefeated and eyeing a fourth straight title, is home to play Duquesne. Game starts 9 p.m.

- INDIAN WELLS, Calif. - The former tournament director at Indian Wells who now runs the WTA Tour calls his successor's critical comments about female tennis players ''disappointing and alarming.''

- This is President Barack Obama's last season in the Washington rotation. In case he throws outs a ceremonial first ball, some MVPs and Cy Young Award are offering tips to the lanky left-hander.

- Major League Baseball has been spending more on younger players, notably Cuban prospects, according to data released to the AP. But the overall percentage of revenue going to players has been relatively stable.

- METAIRIE, La. - Pelicans star Anthony Davis, done for the season with knee and shoulder injuries, discusses his offseason treatment plans and how it might affect his chances of playing in the Olympics.

- MINNEAPOLIS - The Golden State Warriors, 62-7 and coming off a rare defeat, look to get back on track against the last-place Minnesota Timberwolves. Game starts 8 p.m.

- BOCA RATON, Fla. - At their first major meetings since the Rams' move from St. Louis to Los Angeles, NFL owners discuss player contact, expanded instant replay, sideline use of video by coaches and players.

- BOCA RATON, Fla. - The NFL is looking into playing a regular-season game in China as early as the 2018 season. Few details have been settled, including which Chinese city would host the game.

- ST. LOUIS - A little more than two months after the Rams' move back to Los Angeles was approved by the NFL, the franchise officially closes shop in St. Louis.

- With a big win in the Rebel Stakes, Cupid moves onto the AP's latest Top 10 Run to the Roses Top 10 Kentucky Derby list of contenders.