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Westbrook puts on a ballhandling clinic in win.

Russell Westbrook uses an array of dribbling moves before blowing by Corey Brewer for a layup as the Thunder get another victory against the Lakers.

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In two meetings against Oklahoma City without Lonzo Ball, the Lakers have lost by 37 and 24 points, respectively. The Lakers are now 0-8 when Ball is out. Besides Ball pushing the pace, creating ball movement and unselfish hockey assists on offense, the Lakers really miss their rookie point guard on defense. Entering tonight, the Lakers surrendered 107.8 points per game and 44.6% shooting with Ball. Without Ball, that swelled to 124.1 points and 51.9% shooting per game.

Ohm Youngmisuk, ESPN Staff Writer

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Patriots

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Gronk on Jaguars: 'Best team we've faced all year.'

Rob Gronkowski isn't shy talking about the Patriots' AFC Championship matchup against the Jaguars and their stout defense.

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Olympic Sports

Outside The Lines

How did Nassar get away with it for so long?

Jeremy Schaap and Ryan Smith join OTL to discuss what allowed the former USA Gymnastics doctor to sexually assault girls for so long.

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NBA

NBA

Stephen A: Davis would make Cavs favorites.

Stephen A. Smith says that if the Cavaliers would make a trade for Anthony Davis, they would become favorites to win the NBA championship over the Warriors.

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Stephen A. would give up Horford and Tatum for Davis.

Stephen A. Smith recognizes that Anthony Davis is one of the best players in the NBA and says Boston should be willing to trade Al Horford and Jayson Tatum in order to get him.

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Oklahoma

Women's College Hoops

Oklahoma's Ortiz drains 3 as lights go out.

The Sooners' Gabbi Ortiz hits a 3-pointer as the lights in Bramlage Coliseum shut off.

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NBA

Paris Saint-Germain

Soccer

Neymar's four-goal night for PSG.

Neymar netted his first hat trick for Paris Saint-Germain in style and then added a penalty for good measure.

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Soccer

Men's College Hoops

NHL

AHL teams play in front of empty arena.

The Charlotte Checkers and Bridgeport Sound Tigers play in an unusual atmosphere, as an impending snow storm prompts Charlotte to close its arena to fans.

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On This Date: Jan. 17, 1988

  • AP photo/Mark Duncan
  • Browns commit 'The Fumble'

    After the Browns staged a furious second-half comeback, the Broncos stripped Earnest Byner of the ball at the 3-yard line with just over a minute left, all but ending Cleveland's hopes for an AFC title.

Last quarterbacks standing

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  • Lessons of an impossible QB final four in 2017 NFL playoffs

    We knew Tom Brady would be here. But Case Keenum, Blake Bortles and Nick Foles? No way. There are lessons to be learned from each of the quarterbacks in the conference title games and how they got here.

Passing consumes Chris Paul