Today's top sports stories:

Can the Chicago Bulls end the Miami Heat's 27-game winning streak tonight? Derrick Rose still isn't back for the Bulls, but this is still one of the tougher matchups the Heat has left on their quest to surpass the Lakers' record 33-game streak. [ESPN]

The most valuable baseball franchise, unsurprisingly, is the New York Yankees at $2.3 billion. Check out Forbes magazine's list of all 30 teams' values, revenue, and operating income. You know, if you're into that sort of thing. [Forbes]

Longtime announcer Tim McCarver, um, announced that 2013 will be his last year in the booth. McCarver is beloved by many, loathed by some, but undoubtedly has left his mark on baseball broadcasting. [S.I.]

The U.S. Men's National Team earned a hard-fought point in Mexico City's famed Estadio Azteca last night, drawing with Mexico by a score of 0-0. This leaves Team USA in very good position in their six-team World Cup qualifying group. [Stars and Stripes F.C.]

The NCAA Tournament returns on Thursday. Check out this preview of all the Sweet 16 action. [GuySpeed]