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Northeastern guard Devon Begley avoids the mop boy while driving to the basket for the layup against College of Charleston.
High Schooler With Down Syndrome Scores
Pelham (N.H.) High School senior Bryan Doherty, who has Down syndrome, scores his first basket in the final moments of the game.
Harden Kicks LeBron Below The Belt
While fighting for the basketball, James Harden kicked LeBron James in the groin.