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With Tony Romo set to return soon, the great debate is whether he or rookie Dak Prescott should be the starting quarterback of the Cowboys. Fans of the Cowboys weigh in with their own opinions of what Dallas should do.
11 Hours ago
Dwyane Wade drains four 3-pointers against the Celtics including one to clinch the win for the Bulls. Wade had a total of just seven 3-pointers all of last season.
7 Hours ago
Kevin Durant stays long after the Warriors' practice to take shots and finds motivation by yelling at himself.
8 Hours ago
Kawhi Leonard put on a show in Sacramento, converting five second-half steals into offense and showing why he is the reigning Defensive Player of the Year.
Isaiah Ford makes history with a school record 23rd receiving touchdown and does it in style with a spinning, juggling catch to increase the Hokies' lead in the fourth quarter.
12 Hours ago
Brian O'Neill, an offensive lineman, take the handoff and sweeps right to dive for the end zone and scores for Pitt. The Panthers would add the two-point conversion to tie the game at 29-29.
Dwight Howard gets inside, backs down Marcin Gortat and throws down a two-handed slam.
14 Hours ago
Pittsburgh has struggled all night on offense until James Conner caps off an 84-yard drive with a six-yard run up the middle to cut Virginia Tech's lead to 9-7.
6 Hours ago
Blake Griffin did it all against the Blazers, hustling for 27 points, 13 rebounds, three steals and a block in the Clippers' opening-night win.
When Jae Crowder and Jimmy Butler collide, the two get into it. Matters escalate when Isaiah Thomas, among other players from both teams get involved and Butler, Crowder, Rajon Rondo, and Thomas all receive technical fouls.
21 Hours ago
Things get heated on the First Take set when Max Kellerman defends the Sixers' strategy to intentionally tank to get higher draft picks.
16 Hours ago
Draymond Green, Kevin Durant and members of the Golden State Warriors staff visit San Quentin State Prison to visit the inmates and play a game of basketball.
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