With March already upon is, there's no better time to look back at the best NCAA tournament performances of the past few decades.

Earlier this week Steve Kerr spoke with ThePostGame, and we asked him to name the top players in NCAA Tournament history. With that being an extremely difficult task, we lessened Kerr's burden by dividing the postseason into two eras: pre-shot clock (before the 1985-86 season) and since.

Kerr starred at Arizona at the beginning of the shot clock era, so here are the four shot-clock era players he'd want as teammates.

For Kerr's pre-shot clock list, see here.

Kerr has been serving on a panel which recently selected the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Allstate NABC Good Works Team. For more information about the squad and its honorees, see here.

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By Jason Notte
The Street

If baseball considers February "spring," there's no reason the beer industry shouldn't release its spring seasonal offerings around this time too.

It's weird timing, sure, but this is a weird time of year for beer in general. Drinkers are transitioning away from darker, maltier, boozier brews and into hoppier, more refreshing beers. This creates organized chaos in the beer coolers as space once taken up by winter warmers, strong stouts and caramel, coffee or even chocolate-flavored treats and bold barleywine becomes an awkward mix of winter leftovers and warm-weather arrivals.

It's kind of like that first day of warm weather in a cold corner of the country that tends to hit sometime in February. The sun comes out, the temperature flirts with 60 degrees or more and folks start wondering where their favorite restaurant is hiding its outdoor tables and whether it's too early to start puttering around in the garden. Then five days of temperatures in the 30s and 40s give way to late-season snowfall and any doubt about whether it's still winter has been erased.

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So it is with beer. As much as a hoppy, citrusy IPA seems like a great way to shake off the waning days of winter, there's still enough of a chill left to send beer lovers running to the cellar for their last bottles of imperial stout. This is where mellow but potent Scottish ales and light-drinking dry stouts tend to shine and where a slightly amber pilsner can prepare beer fans for the fickle days ahead.

Unfortunately for the beer industry, none of that is consumed in huge quantities around this time of year. According to figures from the Beer Institute and the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, February is typically one of the more miserable months on the beer calendar; production falls about 3 million barrels off its midsummer peak and hits its lowest point until the November-December holiday season.

While St. Patrick's Day gives those numbers a boost, it's not until Memorial Day hits in May that beer really finds its stride again. Despite this, there are still some great seasonal offerings out there for folks who had their fill of holiday beers in December and January and are looking forward to warmer days ahead. The following 10 offerings are just a sample of what brewers put out around this time of year and are a decent representation of just what a mixed bag the slumping spring beer season really is:

For the complete list of spring beers go to TheStreet.com.

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By Carl Williott
AskMen

Despite the prevalence of obesity in America, we are undoubtedly living in the golden age of exercise. Some of today's workout resources are groundbreaking -- such as Fitbit or P90X -- but we've also seen a hefty amount of laughable fitness solutions along the way.

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Below are the 11 most ridiculous workouts ever conceived by humans. Some are effective, others comical -- but all are completely absurd.

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By Megan Taylor Morrison
The Active Times

On a sunny Saturday some years ago, my 8-year-old self poured a bowl of cereal, sat down in front of the television and stumbled upon an odd sight while clicking through channels: A man jumping around in a tight, sparkly leotard and yelling at me to do the same.

"Who is this guy?" I asked my mom.

"That's Richard Simmons!" She replied. And I never forgot him.

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The best fitness icons are those that make an impression on us -- they're so fit, flamboyant or enthusiastic that you can't help but tune in...even if it's more for entertainment than a workout. I must have gone through several bowls of cereal before I finally moved onto my regular cartoons.

While this was my experience as a Generation Y, every era has had its eye-catching and sweat-inspiring fitness gurus. This slideshow is our tribute to the fittest and most inspiring celebrities who have done their part to whip the masses into shape.

For the complete slideshow of the Top Fitness Icons Of All Time, go to TheActiveTimes.com.

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Tightness in the shoulder, neck, and back often leads to fatigue, injury, soreness, and lack of mobility. It's a casualty of the modern desk job. Good flexibility allows a muscle to lengthen and the joints to operate through a full range of motion. When muscles are elastic, your posture improves and you breathe deeper. Using more lung capacity sends more oxygen-rich blood to your brain to keep you alert and productive.

Employ the 20-20 rules, advises Alan Hedge, Ph.D., a professor of ergonomics at Cornell University. Every 20 minutes, stand for 20 seconds and stretch or shake things out. "Just 20 seconds away from your computer screen reduces fatigue and increases blood circulation," says Hedge. Now you'll have the power to sit up straight.

Every 2 hours, try to the following series of postural correction moves and rejuvenating stretches that will make tight muscles feel great and improve your oxygen efficiency.

(Don't believe us? Then read the Men’s Health in-depth special report about The Dangers Of Sitting Too Much.)

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The NCAA tournament gives players the unique chance to leave their mark on the record books. And during the past seven decades, dozens of young men have spectacularly risen to the occasion in March.

ThePostGame asked Steve Kerr, the TNT broadcaster who starred at Arizona and in the NBA, to name his top NCAA tournament performers. To make it easier on Kerr, we divided the tournament into two eras: pre-shot clock (before 1985) and post.

Even still, the task is incredibly difficult. As you'll see, several notable names were left off this list. After reeling off the first five names that came to mind, Kerr realized he had forgotten one very important one.

"Was [Michael] Jordan before or after?" Kerr asked. It turns out MJ starred at North Carolina from 1981-1984, just before the introduction of the shot clock.

"Oh man," Kerr said. "Well I skipped Jordan then."

Not to worry, Steve, it's hard to argue with any of these five.

Kerr has been serving on a panel which recently selected the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Allstate NABC Good Works Team. For more information about the squad and its honorees, see here.

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Jacoby Jones of the Ravens will have the opportunity of a lifetime this spring. He can join Emmitt Smith, Hines Ward and Donald Driver in the select group of Super Bowl champions who have also won on "Dancing With The Stars."

Jones will be one of four athletes in the field of 11 competitors. Skating legend Dorothy Hamill, Olympic gymnastics champion Aly Raisman and boxer Victor Ortiz are the others.

Jones, who scored two touchdowns to help the Ravens beat the 49ers in the Super Bowl, is known for his unique end-zone celebrations.

NFL players have fared well on the show. Jerry Rice, Jason Taylor and Warren Sapp each finished second, while Lawrence Taylor, Michael Irvin, Chad Ochocinco and Kurt Warner all advanced past the halfway mark of their seasons.

Athletes who have won the DWTS title are gymnast Shawn Johnson, figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi, speed skater Apolo Ohno and race driver Helio Castroneves.

In general, boxers have struggled on the show. Evander Holyfield was eliminated in the second week of the premiere season, while Floyd Mayweather Jr. lasted just four weeks. Sugar Ray Leonard placed ninth in the season that Ward won. Women's champ Laila Ali, though, did take third place her season, when Ohno won.

Other athletes who've competed: Hope Solo, Martina Navratilova, Metta World Peace, Chris Jericho, Rick Fox, Louie Vito, Chuck Liddell, Natalie Coughlin, Maurice Greene, Evan Lysacek, Ty Murray, Misty May-Treanor, Monica Seles and Clyde Drexler.

Here's a look at NFL players on the show:

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They may not have the most resources or name recognition, but historically black colleges and universities have produced some of the country's most remarkable athletes. They are pioneers of their games, Hall of Famers across all sports and both genders.

In honor of Black History Month, we recognize some of the top players to come out of the HBCUs.

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By Jessica Khorsandi
The Active Times

Pro-bike culture is sweeping the U.S. as more and more cities join the ranks of bicycle-friendly communities, recognizing the benefits that many European cities (some of which are included here) have enjoyed for decades:

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Not only can cycling spare your wallet the steep cost of gas, it also reduces pollution and commuting time with an eco-friendly, healthy alternative. Want a taste of this two-wheeled utopia? Put your pedal power to the test in one of these top 10 bike-friendly cities.

For the complete slideshow of the World's Best Bike Cities, go to TheActiveTimes.com.

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Craig Sager got some serious ribbing from Kevin Garnett for his All-Star Game attire, and deservedly so. The dude's duds are whack.

Garnett and Sager actually have a history, but it seems like the more KG disses Sager, the more ridiculous Sager's outfits become.

Here's a look at the best of Sager's worst during the past decade.

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