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Pels' Davis torches top D again, drops 44 on OKC
Anthony Davis dominated the Thunder's league-best defense, scoring 44 points on 16-of-32 shooting to go with 18 rebounds in a 118-114 win Wednesday night.
Hornets celebrate winner early; MJ scolds Monk
Jeremy Lamb hit a 22-foot jumper from the right wing with 0.3 seconds left, and the Charlotte Hornets rallied from a late 10-point deficit for a wild 108-107 win over the Detroit Pistons on Wednesday night.
Curry: Shaq 'dead wrong' on Lakers beating GSW
Stephen Curry isn't a fan of comparing teams from different eras, but after hearing Shaquille O'Neal say his 2000-02 Lakers could "easily" beat Curry's Warriors, the Golden State superstar had to chime in, telling ESPN, "Oh, he's dead wrong."
Carr: Not knowing Raiders' '19 home 'just weird'
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr acknowledged that it's "just weird" dealing with the possibility the team might be playing its final game in Oakland on Christmas Eve.
Reports: RHP Lynn to Rangers for 3 years, $30M
The Texas Rangers gave their starting rotation a boost on Wednesday, reaching agreement on a three-year, $30 million deal with right-hander Lance Lynn, according to multiple reports.
Marshall, close to ending drought, cut by Saints
Brandon Marshall, who did not appear in a game after he was signed by the Saints following Dez Bryant's season-ending injury, was released by New Orleans.
Inside Jimbo Fisher's wild first year at Texas A&M
From the moment he signed his $75 million contract, Jimbo Fisher has been worth watching at Texas A&M. Here's an inside look at the highs, lows and what lies ahead for the Aggies' coach.
What's real, what's fake this week in hoops
In case you're still skeptical: Tennessee hoops is very, very real. The NCAA doling out any punishment for the corruption trials right now is very, very not real.
Lowe: How the Heat made the coolest jerseys in the NBA
Miami's new pink "Vice" jerseys take alternate uniforms to an exciting new level.
Barnwell: Meet the new master of the sideline angle
In his first year as a starter, the Chiefs quarterback is already the king of the best moment in football -- those magical seconds between a deep ball being thrown and the camera panning to its target.