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No. 1 seed Kerber falls to Vandeweghe

Angelique Kerber was upset by Coco Vandeweghe in straight sets -- 6-2, 6-3 -- at the Australian Open. Earlier, top-ranked Andy Murray lost to Mischa Zverev and Roger Federer held off No. 5 Kei Nishikori.

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Kings' Cousins mocks 'incredible' referee call

DeMarcus Cousins has a long history of losing his cool toward officials, but the Kings' big man used a different tactic and took to sarcasm to mask his frustration after a questionable call.

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Ortiz submits Sonnen in career finale

In the final bout of his 20-year career, former UFC champion Tito Ortiz made quick work of Chael Sonnen via first-round submission at Bellator 170 on Saturday.

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Canada's Hadwin latest with 59 on PGA Tour

Adam Hadwin is the eighth different player to shoot 59 or better on the PGA Tour. His 13 birdies during the third round of the CareerBuilder Challenge tied the all-time tour record.

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Matt Wilansky ESPN.com 

It's over. One of the more stunning set of events we'll ever see in a single day. Coco Vandeweghe beat No. 1 Angelique Kerber in straight sets to reach the Australian Open quarterfinals. This just hours after Andy Murray suffered a similar fate against Mischa Zverev. This is the first time in the Open era we've lost both No. 1s before the quarterfinals in Australia.

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Matt Wilansky ESPN.com 

Two years ago, Mischa Zverev suffered a 6-0, 6-0 loss to Roger Federer in Halle. Said Zverev afterward: ''I'd rather lose 6-0, 6-0 to Roger in a quarterfinal than to a qualifier in the second round. At least there is something to talk about later.'' Well, it appears he'll have something else to talk about today after stunning world No. 1 Andy Murray in the fourth round of the Australian Open.

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Matt Wilansky ESPN.com 

Another stunner. Andy Murray falls in four sets to Mischa Zverev at the Australian Open. The last time Murray and Djokovic -- who lost earlier this week -- failed to reach the quarterfinals in the same major? Here 10 years ago. The last time the top two seeds didn't make the elite eight? The 2004 French Open. Yes, the landscape is changing.

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Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Tito Ortiz: "I don't know what I'll do now. I will be apart of MMA for sure. I know that."

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After Saturday's loss, LeBron James has a .450 career winning percentage against the Spurs (including the playoffs), his worst winning percentage against any team. James' teams are 18-22 against the Spurs. The second-worst winning percentage is against the Nuggets (11-13, .458).

Matt Wilansky ESPN.com 

After 12 service games, Andy Murray held for the first time all match. He's still down a set versus Mischa Zverev in the Aussie Open fourth round.

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Brett Okamoto ESPN Staff Writer 

Tito Ortiz digs one of his signature "graves" for Chael Sonnen, who he submitted via rear naked choke in the opening round of Bellator 170 in Los Angeles.

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Questionable foul on Wade infuriates Cousins
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With the game tied at 99-99, Dwyane Wade steals the ball, misses a dunk and falls down, but DeMarcus Cousins gets called for a foul. Wade makes one of the free throws. On the ensuing possession, Cousins turns the ball over, and yells at the referees after the Kings lose the game 102-99.

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Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

The final message for Tito Ortiz after his final fight.

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Joe Lunardi Senior Writer, ESPN.com 

Will sleep on it, but look for Baylor to replace UCLA as a No. 1 seed in Monday's bracket. Gonzaga, still undefeated, is next in line.

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Love misses game-tying chance at buzzer
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Kevin Love somehow gets an open look at a 3-pointer with 0.6 seconds left, but the shot falls short as the Cavaliers fall to the Spurs 118-115 in overtime.

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Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony says "I'm done kind of worrying about that" when asked if he wonders if management might make some changes with Knicks losing 13 of last 16 games. Also when asked about LeBron James potentially playing in 2020 Olympics, Anthony says he's retired from Olympic play and says James can have his U.S Olympic scoring record.

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Kawhi's dunk seals Spurs' win over Cavs
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Kevin Love attempts to save a loose ball late in overtime, but it lands right in Kawhi Leonard's hands, and Leonard sprints in for a huge slam to help secure the Spurs' 118-115 overtime win.

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Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

Cavs lose 118-115 to San Antonio in overtime. LeBron James 29p on 11-for-16 7a 6r 2s 7tos; Kyrie Irving 29p 9a 2s; Kevin Love 13p 11r 3a; Tristan Thompson 14p 12r. Kawhi Leonard scored a career-high 41p for SAS.

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LeBron James shot 5-of-8 with Kawhi Leonard as his primary defender. But the Cavaliers were 0-of-5 on passes from James when Leonard started and finished the possession as his primary defender.

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This is the 2nd time in 4 games Kawhi Leonard has scored more than 35 points (did not do it once first 361 games of his career)

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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Jazz PG George Hill said his first meeting with Pacers since his hometown team traded him was "just another game." His actions said otherwise: season-high 30 points on 9-of-16 shooting, 6 rebounds, 5 assists in a win.

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This is the first game the Cavaliers have lost this season when entering the 4th quarter with a lead (had been 26-0)

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George lets refs hear it after picking up sixth foul
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After fouling out against the Jazz, Paul George receives a technical foul for sounding off on the referees.

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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Rudy Gobert's streak of double-digit-rebound outings reached 30 games. Kevin Love, DeAndre Jordan and Dwight Howard are the only active players with such streaks.

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LeBron sends game to OT with deep 3-pointer
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LeBron James fires off a shot from 30 feet to send the Cavaliers and Spurs to overtime tied at 107.

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Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Bellator 170 at The Forum has produced one of the more celebrity filled mixed martial arts crowds I've ever seen. Spotted so far, in no particular order: Mickey Rourke, Laila Ali, Curtis Conway, Herschel Walker, Jon Lovitz, Gina Carano, Nate Diaz, X-Pac, Brooke Hogan, Demi Lovato, Troy Garity, Anthony Anderson, Randy Couture, Carson Daly, Shawne Merriman, Vernon Davis, Jeff Dye, Russell Peters, Josh Peck, Lil Twist, the cast of Vanderpump Rules and the cast of Being Mary Jane.

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Johnette Howard ESPN Staff Writer 

Venus Williams is through to the quarterfinal round of the Australian Open with a 6-3, 7-5 win over Mona Barthel of Germany. It was a good win for the 17th seeded Williams. Barthel was ranked in the Top 25 last year before injuries hit and played well. Venus said, "I expected to have some tough competition today." Asked how she's been able to stay on tour this long, and retain her love of the game, Venus, now 36, smiled and said, "I think I was born to play this game. I really do."

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Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard has 30 points for the sixth consecutive game. The only player in Spurs history to score 30 points in more consecutive games than Leonard is Hall of Famer George Gervin. The Ice Man had separate streaks of nine and 10 games in the 1979-80 season -- before Leonard was born.

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Calvin Watkins ESPN Staff Writer 

Houston bounced back after their loss last night to Golden State and defeated Memphis, 119-95, Sam Dekker was the story. He moved into the starting lineup for the first time this season and scored a career-high 30 points on 12-of-19 shots from the field. Dekker also hit six threes on the night. Rockets are 6-0 this season when they have three or more players scored at least 20-plus points. James Harden, remember him, added 29 and Eric Gordon contributed 21.

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