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Less than three months removed from breaking his right leg, Pacers forward Paul George shoot the ball around after a team practice.
Mike Miller Accepts A Standing Ovation For LeBron
Cavaliers fans in Columbus, Ohio, gave LeBron James a standing ovation when he came out of the game. Mike Miller jokingly accepted their applause.
Trick Play For The Win
Brunswick School from Greenwich, Connecticut, runs a clever trick play with five seconds remaining to score the game-winning touchdown against Salisbury School.