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Adel flies through the lane for one-handed dunk

Louisville's Deng Adel throws down the emphatic one-handed dunk over North Carolina.

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Syracuse takes down Duke as 3-pointer banks in at the buzzer.

Syracuse's John Gillon caps off a monster night with the game-winning buzzer-beater against No. 10 Duke.

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Men's College Hoops

Men's College Hoops

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ACC has greatest convergence of coaches ever.

On any given night in the ACC, college basketball fans can watch four Hall of Fame coaches in action. Jay Bilas says no conference has ever had a better collection of coaches at a particular moment in time.

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NCAAM

Frank Mason III dances and celebrates Kansas' 13th straight Big 12 title.

After routing TCU, Frank Mason III celebrates Kansas' 13th straight Big 12 title.

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Does trading Paul George make sense?

Jeff Goodman joins SC6 to discuss whether the Pacers should trade Paul George and says they should consider a move only if they get strong assets in return.

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Ole Miss

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Ole Miss AD Ross Bjork says that after last year's notice of allegations stated that there were 13 football-related chargers, the amended NOA now has 21 football allegations – eight of which are new. One allegation from the prior notice has been expanded. However, none of the new allegations relate to NFL Draft night situation with former LT Laremy Tunsil, who admitting to accepting money from an Ole Miss coach. The school has added a one-year postseason ban for the 2017 season.

Edward Aschoff, ESPN Staff Writer

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Patriots

NFL

Should Garoppolo go for the money grab?

Stephen A. Smith urges Jimmy Garoppolo to leave New England if he wants to see the field again, while Max Kellerman disagrees.

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Cubs

MLB

Cubs coach arrives to workout in Ferrari.

Cubs strength coach Tim Buss spices things up at spring training by showing up at a team workout in a Ferrari.

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MLB

Does new intentional walk rule change baseball?

Michael Smith and Jemele Hill debate whether the new intentional walk rule will impact the speed of the game or is just baseball executives making change for the sake of saying the game has changed.

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Collier leads UConn to 102nd straight win.

Napheesa Collier scores a career-high 31 points and UConn defeats Temple 90-45 to capture the AAC regular-season title.

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Lakers

NBA

Le Batard says Magic's fame and charm led to Lakers job.

Dan Le Batard makes the argument that there are many more qualified people to run the Lakers than Magic Johnson.

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NBA

Could Melo to the Clippers pave the way for LeBron?

Stephen A. Smith wouldn't be surprised to see the Clippers trade for Carmelo Anthony, while Max Kellerman wonders if that would sway LeBron James to join forces.

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NHL

On this date: 'Miracle on Ice'

On Feb. 22, 1980, the United States ice hockey team, composed exclusively of amateur players, stuns the defending gold medalist Soviet Union at the Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, New York.

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Cousins' era in N.O. promises to be entertaining.

Rachel Nichols doesn't know how DeMarcus Cousins will fare on the Pelicans, but she is assured that it won't be boring.

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Patriots

NFL

Jimmy Garoppolo buyers beware.

The Patriots could get a lot of value if they trade Jimmy Garoppolo, but history shows that acquiring a high-profile backup QB can be risky.

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Lakers

NBA

Magic provides link to Jerry Buss.

SC6's Michael Smith and Jemele Hill explain what impact Magic Johnson will have on the Lakers' front office and explain why he is more like Jerry Buss than Jim Buss ever was.

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Chicago Bears

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Bears

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Stephen A. blasts Cutler for lack of leadership.

Stephen A. Smith doubles down on his claim that Jay Cutler is "the worst quarterback in football."

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'O.J.: Made in America'

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NASCAR

Dale Jr. would consider retiring if he won title.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. details the long road he's been through coming back from a concussion.

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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.

On This Date: Feb. 22, 1980

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  • Reliving the 'Miracle on Ice'

    Thirty-five years after the United States' stunning upset over the Soviet Union at the 1980 Winter Olympics, every living member of the U.S. squad reunited in Lake Placid, N.Y., to relive the game known as the "Miracle On Ice."

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