Bilas on fraud charges: This isn't a typical NCAA rules violation.

Jay Bilas explains how the federal prosecution of fraud and corruption in college basketball differs from previous instances of impropriety in the sport.

2:09

Rising and falling behind QB play.

Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers showed why they're among the all-time greats on Sunday, while Derek Carr and Cam Newton fell flat.

1:00

Finebaum: Terrible look for Jones to criticize media coverage.

Paul Finebaum says Tennessee football head coach Butch Jones shouldn't criticize the media when his job is on the line.

2:13

Stephen A. officially fired up for NBA season.

Stephen A. Smith is excited about the potential fireworks between the Thunder and Warriors.

1:31

Dak's return to form energizes Cowboys.

The Cowboys leave Arizona with no questions looming about their effort after a masterful, three-touchdown performance from Dak Prescott.

1:10

LeBron: 'It's powerful what all these athletes are doing.'

James says the responses to President Trump are admirable and asserts that he would sign Colin Kaepernick if he were an NFL owner.

1:55

Melo has no plans to come off the bench.

Carmelo Anthony addresses his new role in the Thunder lineup and his reasons for wanting to play with Russell Westbrook in Oklahoma City.

0:54

Nacho average foul ball.

The Cubs' Addison Russell dives into the stands attempting to make the catch, but he ends up knocking over a fan's nachos. Later in the game, Russell hand-delivers a fresh plate of nachos to the fan.

0:46

Judge rises to rookie home run record.

Aaron Judge keeps pace on what has been a phenomenal year as he surpasses Mark McGwire for most home runs in a rookie season by crushing two long balls on Monday.

0:56

Teams show unity throughout NFL during anthems.

In stadiums around the country, and in London, players, coaches and owners reacted to President Donald Trump's recent comments.

1:56

Lonzo is even a must-see star at media day.

The Lakers' prized rookie charms the cameras at media day and earns more high praise from Magic Johnson and coach Luke Walton.

1:10

NBA

Riddick: Cowboys need to help Dez more.

Louis Riddick says Dallas could take notes from Julio Jones and the Falcons on how to get better production out of WR Dez Bryant.

1:32

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