1 Hour ago
Ramona Shelburne talks about the progression that the Pelicans made pivoting from trying to acquire Jahlil Okafor to DeMarcus Cousins and New Orleans' confidence that they can re-sign Cousins.
2 Hours ago
Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant turn back the clock with a give-and-go and Westbrook finishing with the slam. The West bench clearly shows its love for the connection.
Marc Stein and Marc J. Spears break down the package the Pelicans offered to the Kings in exchange for DeMarcus Cousins, how the Pelicans are taking a risk by trading for Cousins now and New Orleans' selling points to get him to re-sign.
3 Hours ago
Giannis Antetokounmpo comes up with a steal, and breaks away to the basket. Before he rises up for a monster one-handed dunk, Steph Curry lays down on the court to get out of Giannis' way.
Anthony Davis ends his big day with two ridiculous off-the-backboard alley-oops in the West's victory over the East.
Russell Westbrook toys with the reporters including a question about his alley-oop connection with Kevin Durant.
6 Hours ago
Marc Stein explains how teams like the Pelicans are "testing the resolve" of other franchises by asking about their star players, most notably DeMarcus Cousins and Paul George.
Russell Westbrook shoves John Wall after Wall fouls him and keeps a serious expression on his face for a while until he gives a subtle wink.
7 Hours ago
Saints superfan Jarrius Robertson gets an autograph from Clippers center DeAndre Jordan while claiming he is a better shooter than Jordan.
9 Hours ago
Daniel Webster's Marquise Caudill sucker punches an opponent on Southern Vermont. Caudill would be arrested for assault.
After Sage Steele tosses back to SportsCenter from New Orleans, Shaquille O'Neal comes from behind and give Sage quite the scare.
4 Hours ago
UFC middleweight Thiago Santos lands a spinning head kick to Jack Marshman, sending him to the canvas before finishing him off with ground-and-pound for the win.
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