3 Hours ago
LeBron James blows by former teammate Matthew Dellavedova for the soaring one-hand jam and-1 in the Cavs' win Monday night.
2 Hours ago
With Toronto down a point with 10.2 seconds remaining, DeMar DeRozan gets the ball and knocks down a tough jumper. On the other end of the court, Carmelo Anthony bricks a jumper, solidifying the Raptors' 92-91 win.
7 Hours ago
Dwight Howard throws down a two-handed jam and hangs on the rim just a little too long as he is called for a technical foul. This would be his second of the game, forcing him to be ejected in the third quarter.
Michael Smith and Jemele Hill discuss on SC6 why the Steelers decided to give Antonio Brown an extension and explain why his incident did not warrant the team to get rid of him.
4 Hours ago
Steph Curry went 0-for-7 in the first half from 3-point range, including these two airballs.
Kansas uses a furious comeback to overtake Oklahoma 73-63 in the final home game of the year for the Jayhawks.
12 Hours ago
Tim Tebow makes his batting practice session at spring training count, parking several pitches over the fence.
Kevin Durant loses his shoe but continues play for almost a minute before he's able to put his shoe back on.
While speaking to the media in the locker room after Toronto's DeMar DeRozan wishes Kyle Lowry well for his upcoming wrist surgery and Lowry jokingly answers a question for DeRozan about the victory against the Knicks.
6 Hours ago
DeMar DeRozan makes a contested jumper to give the Raptors a 92-91 lead with 1.9 seconds to play. Carmelo Anthony catches the ensuing inbounds pass and puts up a shot but it misses.
After Dwight Howard gets ejected for his second technical foul, he takes his jersey off, fakes handing it to a Celtics fan and gives it to a Hawks fan instead on his way to the locker room.
5 Hours ago
Hassan Whiteside goes up for a shot in the paint but Nerlens Noel soars in from out of nowhere to emphatically deny the attempt.
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