263 Days ago (12:57)
Former center Shawn Bradley is mostly known for being one of the tallest players in NBA history and for being on the wrong end of many dunks. But for Bradley there was more to life than basketball, as his success was not defined solely by the sport.
1 Hour ago
Buddy Hield scores 21 of his 27 points in the second half of No. 3 Oklahoma's 63-60 win over No. 24 Texas.
Marc Stein reports the latest on why the Kings are reportedly planning on firing coach George Karl in the coming days.
5 Hours ago
Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning joins SportsCenter to discuss when he felt comfortable that Denver had the Super Bowl victory wrapped up and if winning the game will have any impact on his retirement decision.
30 Minutes ago
Ian Begley breaks down the Knicks' decision to fire coach Derek Fisher and if the incident Fisher had with Matt Barnes played a role.
37 Minutes ago
Ramona Shelburne explains why the Knicks decided to part ways with Derek Fisher and how safe Phil Jackson is as team president.
20 Minutes ago
Kobe Bryant scores 19 points, but it is not enough as the Pacers prevail for the 89-87 victory.
LeBron James records his first triple-double of the season, recording 21 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists in Cleveland's 120-100 win over Sacramento.
46 Minutes ago
Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook combine for 61 points in Oklahoma City's 112-106 win over Phoenix, the Suns' eighth consecutive loss.
DeAndre Jordan records 12 points and 21 rebounds, including two massive dunks in overtime, to give Los Angeles a 98-92 win over Philadelphia.
Damian Lillard scores 33 points to lead the Trail Blazers to a 112-106 victory over the Grizzlies in overtime.
Joe Johnson makes a game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer to give Brooklyn a 105-104 win over Denver.
6 Hours ago
ESPN Eagles reporter Phil Sheridan discusses the team's motivation to release WR Riley Cooper after six seasons with the team.
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