Point wins it in OT for Lightning (0:36)

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Chicago Bears Wednesday injury report: DNP -- WR Josh Bellamy (concussion), DL Akiem Hicks (knee), DE Roy Robertson-Harris (hamstring), OLB Leonard Floyd (knee), ILB Danny Trevathan (calf) and S DeAndre Houston-Carson (ankle). LIMITED -- TE Dion Sims (illness), WR Dontrelle Inman (groin), CB Bryce Callhan (knee), DL Mitch Unrein (knee) and OL Tom Compton (ankle).

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23hBradford Doolittle

Hot stove stock watch: Cubs

Although the Cubs' system lacks high-quality pitching prospects, the team still stands as a prime contender with a pre-hot stove win projection of 97.1.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

If you're in the Springfield, Illinois, area, there is a very cool exhibit on display on the Cubs-Cardinals rivalry at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library. Fandom between the two franchises are split in this part of the country.

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1dChris Peters

Most impressive prospect for each NHL team at the quarter mark

Which young players in the prospect ranks have been turning heads so far this season? Here's a look at a prospect from all 31 teams who has been particularly notable, including Ryan Donato (Bruins), Kirill Kaprizov (Wild) and Daniel Sprong (Penguins).

Lakers overcome 19-point deficit to beat Bulls (1:50)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

After kind of sleepwalking their way through much of the first half, the Lakers came to life in the third quarter. Julius Randle provided a major spark with eight points, four rebounds and one terrific block at the rim on a Bobby Portis dunk attempt. Trailing by as much as 19, the Lakers used a 30-12 run to get within one just before the end of the quarter.

Lopez, Ball combine for block (0:16)
ESPN Stats & Info

Outlook for Notre Dame

FPI gives the No. 8 Fighting Irish a coin flip's chance to at least maintain their position following Saturday's road matchup at Stanford. But without a conference championship game to play, Notre Dame's CFP hopes are bleak.

Blakeney stares down Randle on slam (0:33)
Ball gets blocked by Dunn (0:16)