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Miami defeats struggling Virginia in OT.

Miami closes the game on a 7-0 run en route to a 54-48 win over No. 18 Virginia. The Cavaliers have now lost four in a row.

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Scary scene as Huggins collapses on court.

West Virginia coach Bob Huggins collapses on the court during a timeout. He would get to his feet and return in the second half.

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Texas' Allen throws down dunk of the year candidate in loss.

Texas forward Jarrett Allen gets the ball in the paint and puts West Virginia's Sagaba Konate on a poster with a vicious one-handed jam.

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Plenty to watch in the NBA's second half.

Even if Warriors-Cavs Part III looks inevitable, NBA teams still have a lot to watch and play for.

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Kings called out for Boogie blockbuster.

The fallout from the DeMarcus Cousins trade is in. Kings GM Vlade Divac explains why he pulled the trigger now, and several ESPN personalities say the Kings lost the deal.

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Should Romo want to stay in Dallas?

Jemele Hill believes that it might be in Tony Romo's best interest to stay in Dallas as a backup rather than start for a struggling team such as the Bears.

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'O.J.: Made in America'

NBA

Don't anticipate a KD-Russ reunion.

Michael Smith and Jemele Hill discuss on SC6 why they do not foresee a Kevin Durant-Russell Westbrook reunion and say that their alley-oop play from the All-Star Game was nothing more than two teammates playing basketball.

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Elhassan says Curry would average 85 points at UCLA.

Amin Elhassan drives home the absurdity of LaVar Ball's assessment of his son Lonzo Ball and Steph Curry.

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Trocheck scores with 4.8 seconds left to give Panthers win.

Vincent Trocheck fires a shot from the point that Jake Allen does not see, which gives the Panthers a 2-1 win over the Blues.

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Coyotes scores three times in first period of win.

Christian Dvorak, Jakob Chychrun and Radim Vrbata each score in the first period as the Coyotes hold off the Ducks 3-2.

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  • For The Wins

    The Patriots' stunning comeback was just the latest in an epic string of championship games -- we take a look back.

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  • A Racing Mind

    Dale Earnhardt Jr. returns at Daytona after letting his brain heal from multiple concussions -- and after undergoing a different sort of rehabilitation for his psyche.

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