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Week 15

NFL

Who will prove they belong in the playoffs?

Week 15 is the ultimate test for those on the edge of playoff contention.

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NBA

NBA

Could Lonzo lure LeBron to Lakers?

Max Kellerman and Stephen A. Smith explain that if LeBron is going to Los Angeles next season, Lonzo Ball needs to show promise.

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Rockets

NBA

Rockets

NBA

CP3, Harden continue dominance together.

Chris Paul and James Harden combine for 52 and remain perfect as a duo as the Rockets take down the Hornets easily.

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NFL Draft

Giants

NFL

Tough call between Darnold and Rosen.

Todd McShay breaks down the quarterback market for the teams likely picking at the top of the 2018 NFL draft.

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Winter Meetings

MLB

Kurkjian thinks Orioles trade Machado.

Tim Kurkjian says the Orioles are willing to trade the third baseman, but the price will be high.

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Bowl Season

NCAAF

Bowl season's biggest storylines.

A playoff trilogy, intriguing coaching matchups and renewed rivalries highlight this year's bowl season.

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Thunder

NBA

George struggles in homecoming victory.

Paul George and the Thunder took down the Pacers regardless of the not-so-stellar performance from George.

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Grizzlies

NBA

NFL

Patriots At Steelers

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Steelers

NFL

Stephen A.: 'Steelers are winning' against Pats.

Stephen A. Smith is hyped and confident that Pittsburgh is going to back up coach Mike Tomlin and beat New England at home.

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Cardinals

MLB

Big Plays

Pelicans

NBA

Cousins hammers home monster putback.

Jameer Nelson misses his 3-point attempt, but DeMarcus Cousins is there on the run for a powerful putback slam.

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Jazz

NBA

Mitchell throws down dunk with authority.

Donovan Mitchell takes the pass from Thabo Sefolosha and throws down an emphatic slam.

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LaVar Ball

LaVar Ball

Barkley: LaVar represents everything that's bad about sports.

Charles Barkley rips LaVar Ball for "exploiting" his kids and says he feels "sadness" for Ball's sons.

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Lakers

NBA

Is Magic answering to LaVar now?

Stephen A. Smith doesn't think the meeting between LaVar Ball and the Lakers brass was a good move.

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Packers

NFL

Packers

NFL

Rodgers embracing high expectations.

Rodgers says he's not returning to "save" the Packers' season and is ready to exceed the high expectations placed on him.

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Fantasy Football

Fantasy Football

Berry says not to bench Brady.

Despite Tom Brady's poor performance against the Dolphins Monday night, Matthew Berry can't imagine benching Brady moving forward.

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Holiday giving

Cavaliers

NBA

Cavs players spread holiday cheer at local clinic.

As a part of the Cavaliers' Season of Giving, members of the team visit the Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital to take pictures with patients and sign autographs.

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Pelicans

NBA

Anthony Davis gifts car to family.

Davis surprises a mother and her two children with holiday gifts, including tablets and a new car.

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Kevin Robinson

ATHLETES

Remembering Kevin Robinson.

Following the death of X Games gold medalist Kevin Robinson, the "World of X Games" reflects on the life and influence of a true BMX legend.

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NHL

Predators

NHL

Subban scores from center ice.

P.K. Subban's 89-foot goal was the icing on the cake in Nashville's 7-1 victory against Vancouver.

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On This Date: Dec. 14, 1969

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  • Vince Lombardi's final win

    Lombardi's final win as an NFL coach -- his 96th overall -- helped cap the Redskins' first winning season in 14 years.

Louisville's fall from grace

How Joel Embiid is trolling the NBA

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  • The Greatest Story Ever Trolled

    Joel Embiid has turned the Sixers' famed process into performance art, and everyone is feeling merry and bright -- for now.

Can Eagles win without Wentz?

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  • The big questions (and answers) after Carson Wentz's injury

    The MVP candidate is out for the season, forcing Philadelphia to turn to Nick Foles. But the Eagles still have a great shot at securing home-field advantage, and backup quarterbacks have won Super Bowls before.