Today's Top 10 Video Highlights

The Best for February 3, 2009

  1. 1. SportsCenter Highlight Of The Night - Kobe Bryant scored more points than anyone in the history of Madison Square Garden on Monday night.
  2. 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. 3. Source: Manny Rejects Dodgers' Offer - Manny Ramirez reportedly rejects 1-year, $25-million contract from Dodgers.
  4. 4. SportsCenter Right Now - Kevin Connors with the latest news from the world of sports.
  5. 5. Mike And Mike: Low Expectations - Greeny is an advocate of low expectations because if you accomplish something people are impressed.
  6. 6. ESPNews Highlight Of The Night - No. 1 UConn thrashes No. 7 Louisville, 68-51.
  7. 7. Andrew Bynum Talks About Injured Knee - Lakers C Andrew Bynum and coach Phil Jackson discuss the big man's injury.
  8. 8. Bracketology - Joe Lunardi with his latest projections for the NCAA tournament.
  9. 9. CP3 Suffers Groin Injury In 97-89 Loss - Paul injured as Hornets blow 17-point lead in loss to Blazers.
  10. 10. Summitt Stays At 999; Sooners Top Vols - Paris' record 112-game double-double streak snapped.
  11. 10a. Duncan Scores 32 As Spurs Win In Overtime - Spurs make up deficit in fourth, win in OT.

Best of the Rest

  1. 11. Magic Lose To Mavs; Lose Nelson Too - Jameer Nelson suffered a shoulder injury in Orlando's loss to Dallas.
  2. 12. Red Wings Top Blues In Shootout - Hossa adds shootout winner to two tallies as Red Wings halt losing streak.
  3. 13. Jimmie Johnson: Looking For 4th Straight Jimmie Johnson talks about going for a 4th straight championship.
  4. 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.
  5. 15. Wade, Heat Handle Clippers In Miami - Wade leads Heat in dismantling of slumping Clippers.

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Michael J Cupo is ESPN Digital Media's associate director of video-on-demand... World's Best!