3 Hours ago
Kobe Bryant scores 17 points in his final game in Cleveland as LeBron James and Kyrie Irving combine for 64 points in the Cavs' 120-111 win over the Lakers.
Having lost eight-straight games, Suns Markieff Morris and Archie Goodwin get into a scuffle on the bench, as the Warriors improve to 48-4 with a 112-104 victory.
23 Minutes ago
Boise State hits a late shot in overtime, which looks as if it should have counted. The referees review the play, even using a stopwatch, and overrule it to send the game to a second OT where Boise State loses to Colorado State.
6 Hours ago
ESPN Thunder reporter Royce Young explains the details of the death of Ingrid Williams, the wife of Oklahoma City assistant coach Monty Williams.
9 Hours ago
Kobe Bryant reflects on never meeting one of LeBron James' teams in the NBA Finals, his first meeting with LeBron and how close the two have been.
2 Hours ago
LeBron James accidentally throws the ball at D'Angelo Russell hitting him below the belt and sending him to the ground in the third quarter.
After the Lakers' loss to the Cavaliers, Kobe Bryant explains that although losing is not fun, he appreciates the opportunity to say thank you to the fans during his final season.
16 Hours ago
C.J. Anderson, Danny Trevathan and Kayvon Webster join Hannah Storm to discuss their motivation heading into the Super Bowl.
2 Days ago
Daniel Bryan joins Jonathan Coachman to discuss when he knew he had to retire due to concussions, the issues that he suffers from and the message he wants to give young athletes about protecting themselves from head trauma.
5 Hours ago
Kawhi Leonard hits the game-winning shot with 0.9 seconds left, finishing with 29 points, in the Spurs' 98-96 win over the Magic.
Draymond Green offers his opinion on whether the Warriors will reach 72 wins this season, reveals what he has planned for his first All-Star Game appearance and gives his assessment of Stephen Curry's play.
DeAndre Jordan rolls to the basket and posterizes Marcus Smart with an alley-oop dunk.
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