The Best for February 3, 2009
- 1. SportsCenter Highlight Of The Night - Kobe Bryant scored more points than anyone in the history of Madison Square Garden on Monday night.
- 2. Celebrating Black History With Laila Ali - Laila Ali discusses Black History Month and what it was like to grow up as the daughter of a legend.
- 3. Source: Manny Rejects Dodgers' Offer - Manny Ramirez reportedly rejects 1-year, $25-million contract from Dodgers.
- 4. SportsCenter Right Now - Kevin Connors with the latest news from the world of sports.
- 5. Mike And Mike: Low Expectations - Greeny is an advocate of low expectations because if you accomplish something people are impressed.
- 6. ESPNews Highlight Of The Night - No. 1 UConn thrashes No. 7 Louisville, 68-51.
- 7. Andrew Bynum Talks About Injured Knee - Lakers C Andrew Bynum and coach Phil Jackson discuss the big man's injury.
- 8. Bracketology - Joe Lunardi with his latest projections for the NCAA tournament.
- 9. CP3 Suffers Groin Injury In 97-89 Loss - Paul injured as Hornets blow 17-point lead in loss to Blazers.
- 10. Summitt Stays At 999; Sooners Top Vols - Paris' record 112-game double-double streak snapped.
- 10a. Duncan Scores 32 As Spurs Win In Overtime - Spurs make up deficit in fourth, win in OT.
Best of the Rest
- 11. Magic Lose To Mavs; Lose Nelson Too - Jameer Nelson suffered a shoulder injury in Orlando's loss to Dallas.
- 12. Red Wings Top Blues In Shootout - Hossa adds shootout winner to two tallies as Red Wings halt losing streak.
- 13. Jimmie Johnson: Looking For 4th Straight Jimmie Johnson talks about going for a 4th straight championship.
- 14. Can The Lakers Survive The Loss Of Bynum? - Mark Jones, Michael Wilbon and Jon Barry debate if the Lakers are still the Western Conference favorite following the injury to Andrew Bynum.
- 15. Wade, Heat Handle Clippers In Miami - Wade leads Heat in dismantling of slumping Clippers.
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