Round 2 complete…Bad news on Durant…Kurt Busch takes Fontana pole…Vickers ailing again

UNDATED (AP) — All four No. 1 seeds have reached the third round of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. Duke’s Quinn Cook scored 22 points in an 85-56 rout of Robert Morris, and Wisconsin beat Coastal Carolina 86-72 behind Frank Kaminsky’s 27 points and 12 rebounds. Yesterday’s biggest surprise was 11th-ranked Dayton’s 66-53 victory over No. 6 Providence.

UNDATED (AP) — Oklahoma City general manager Sam Presti says Kevin Durant still has pain in his right foot and will likely remain out the rest of the regular season. The NBA’s reigning MVP will see specialists to determine the next step. Durant last played Feb. 19 against Memphis and had surgery three days later to replace a screw that was causing discomfort in the right foot that he broke during the preseason.

FONTANA, Calif. (AP) — Kurt Busch has won the pole for Sunday’s NASCAR race at Auto Club Speedway in California, turning a lap of 185.142 mph. Busch was coming off a fifth-place finish at Phoenix after serving a three-race suspension over allegations of domestic assault involving his ex-girlfriend. Kevin Harvick finished second in qualifying as he seeks his third consecutive win and eighth straight top-two finish.

FONTANA, Calif. (AP) — NASCAR driver Brian Vickers has had a recurrence of blood clots and will step out of his Michael Waltrip Racing ride this weekend at Auto Club Speedway. Vickers missed the final five races of the 2013 season because he was placed on blood thinners to treat a clot. Brett Moffitt will return to the No. 55 Toyota as Vickers’ replacement.

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Morgan Hoffman remains the leader heading into the third round of the PGA’s Arnold Palmer Invitational. Hoffman carded nine birdies for a 7-under 65 that leaves him 13-under, three shots ahead of Henrik Stenson, Harris English and defending champion Matt Every. Every, Stenson and English each shot 66’s.