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Wade absorbs contact and gets and-1 to go.

Dwyane Wade adjusts his layup midair and draws the foul on Kyle Korver in the second quarter.

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Noel scores first basket as a Maverick.

Nerlens Noel hits a midrange jumper over Anthony Davis late in the first quarter for his first make as a member of the Mavericks.

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Arizona's Alkins drives throws down emphatic dunk.

Arizona's Rawle Alkins drives and jams home the dunk as the UCLA defenders get out of the way.

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Monk elevates for monster dunk in win.

Malik Monk blows by the Florida defense and throws down the big dunk for Kentucky.

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Green banks in 75-footer to beat first-half buzzer.

With the first half winding down, Devonte Green heaves up the shot from 75 feet away and banks it in to cap off a 22-0 run for Indiana in the most spectacular of fashions.

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Plum becomes NCAA women's all-time leading scorer.

Washington's Kelsey Plum sinks the lefty floater to surpass Jackie Stiles for the most points in NCAA women's basketball history. The basket also gave Plum 55 points for the game against Utah.

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Thomas gets his All-Star Game revenge.

After missing a dunk during the All-Star Game, Isaiah Thomas takes to Instagram to prove he can throw it down.

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Two second-half goals lift Chelsea.

Chelsea extended their lead at the top of the Premier League table after holding off a spirited Swansea at Stamford Bridge.

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Sprinklers go off during Indians' win.

It's spring training for the grounds crew too as the sprinklers go off with the Reds in the field.

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Harper demolishes homer in first spring at-bat in win.

Bryce Harper took the first pitch he saw all spring and deposited it over the right field wall for a mammoth home run against the Mets.

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Romo tells Kimmel not to screw up the Oscars.

During an interview, Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel gets a surprise FaceTime call from his friend Tony Romo, whose playful jokes aren't all that inspirational.

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How worrisome is Simmons' injury?

Jeff Goodman breaks down how Ben Simmons' not playing this season affects the 76ers' future plans.

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Best NBA player to start a franchise with?

Michael Smith and Jemele Hill invite Ryan Clark and Scott Van Pelt to SC6's inaugural game of spades and sports talk.

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Zion Williamson with another insane dunk in state title game.

The 16-year-old sophomore also dropped 51 points, the same amount as the other team.

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E:60: Ten-year-old Patriots fan's special bond with Tom Brady.

In a feature from 2016, E:60's Tom Rinaldi tells the powerful story of 10-year-old Logan Schoenhardt and why Tom Brady's No. 12 meant so much to him. Logan died in February 2017.

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'O.J.: Made in America'

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Mayweather calls McGregor 'a hell of a fighter'

Floyd Mayweather explains why he thinks a fight between him and Conor McGregor could be competitive.

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    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.

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