16 Minutes ago
Stephen Curry scores 35 points with nine assists and five rebounds as the Warriors defeat the Rockets 123-110 to improve to 47-4, the best 51-game start in NBA history.
2 Hours ago
During an intermission, UNC head coach Roy Williams collapses on the court and has to be taken to the locker room for observation.
8 Hours ago
Dan Graziano examines whether teams will consider signing former Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel given all of his off-the-field issues, including the recent allegation that Manziel showed up to a meeting hung over.
The Knicks erase a double-digit deficit against the Wizards, but Langston Galloway's 3-point shot in the final seconds falls short and New York is defeated in Kurt Rambis' debut 111-108.
6 Hours 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.
14 Hours ago
Hall of Famer and Lakers legend Magic Johnson reveals his top five greatest Lakers.
Stephen Curry strips the ball and makes an incredible behind-the-back pass to set up Andre Iguodala and Leandro Barbosa for a second-quarter alley-oop.
3 Hours ago
North Carolina coach Roy Williams explains the issues he has had with vertigo and how he's feeling after collapsing in the first half of the Tar Heels' win against Boston College.
John Elway, Peyton Manning, Von Miller and others address the crowd in downtown Denver as the team celebrates its' third Super Bowl title.
Michigan State erases a 17-point deficit, but it is not enough as Purdue holds on for an 82-81 overtime win.
Rodney Hood's 3-pointer sends the game to overtime where Gordon Hayward's fadeaway shot sends the Jazz to a 121-119 win over the Mavs for their seventh-straight victory.
5 Hours ago
Kristaps Porzingis shows off his quickness and dunking ability with an emphatic one-handed slam against the Wizards.
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