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Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier talk about the brawl they got into during a news conference to promote their title fight on Sept. 27.
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SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: Kyle Collinsworth had 20 points and eight rebounds in the Cougars' 73-70 win over the No. 3 Bulldogs.
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ESPN Cowboys reporter Todd Archer breaks down the team's decision to use the franchise tag on wide receiver Dez Bryant.
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Tim Hardaway Jr. had 22 points and seven rebounds in New York's 103-98 win over Toronto during which former Knick Anthony Mason was honored.
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Justise Winslow scored 23 points to lead No. 4 Duke past Syracuse 73-54.
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Five Wichita State players scored in double digits to help the Shockers beat Northern Iowa 74-60, avenging a January loss and clinching the Missouri Valley regular season title.
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