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Stephenson excited after buzzer-beater

Lance Stephenson knocks down a long jumper just as the first quarter buzzer goes off and then sprints away with excitement.

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George gets booed at the line.

In his return to Indiana, Paul George goes to the line for a couple of free throws and the Pacers fans serenade him with boos.

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Oladipo drains wide-open 3-pointer.

Victor Oladipo is left all alone beyond the arc and knocks down the long range shot.

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NFL

Tough call between Darnold and Rosen.

Todd McShay breaks down the quarterback market for the teams likely picking at the top of the 2018 NFL draft.

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LaVar Ball

Barkley: LaVar represents everything that's bad about sports.

Charles Barkley rips LaVar Ball for "exploiting" his kids and says he feels "sadness" for Ball's sons.

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Is Magic answering to LaVar now?

Stephen A. Smith doesn't think the meeting between LaVar Ball and the Lakers brass was a good move.

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NCAAF

Bowl season's biggest storylines.

A playoff trilogy, intriguing coaching matchups and renewed rivalries highlight this year's bowl season.

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Packers

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Rodgers embracing high expectations.

Aaron Rodgers says he's not returning to "save" the Packers' season and is ready to exceed the high expectations placed on him.

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Lyles soars early over Tatum.

Trey Lyles finds space against Jayson Tatum then attacks the basket to finish with a strong one-handed jam over Tatum in the first quarter.

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DeAndre throws down emphatic jam.

Lou Williams lobs it up for DeAndre Jordan who shakes the rim with a one-handed slam.

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Grizzlies

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Windhorst says Grizzlies aren't trading Gasol -- for now.

Brian Windhorst reports that Memphis' minority owners are working to buy out majority owner Robert Pera, which could lead to Marc Gasol being traded.

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Kurkjian thinks Orioles trade Machado.

Tim Kurkjian says the Orioles are willing to trade Manny Machado, but the price will be high.

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Knicks

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Max guarantees Porzingis will never win title with Knicks.

Max Kellerman is banking on Knicks owner James Dolan to sabotage Kristaps Porzingis' chances at a championship.

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NFL

High stakes for Brady-Big Ben showdown.

Patriots QB Tom Brady has dominated the rivalry with Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers as of late, but the AFC's No. 1 seed is up for grabs in Pittsburgh.

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ATHLETES

Remembering Kevin Robinson.

Following the death of X Games gold medalist Kevin Robinson, the "World of X Games" reflects on the life and influence of a true BMX legend.

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Horn stops Corcoran in the 11th round.

Jeff Horn defends his WBO welterweight title after the referee stops the fight due to Gary Corcoran's bloody left eye.

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Incredible volleyball kick saves of 2017.

Women's volleyball saw many great plays, but kick saves seemed to be a theme this year. Check out which kick saves topped the list.

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Fantasy Football

Berry says not to bench Brady.

Despite Tom Brady's poor performance against the Dolphins Monday night, Matthew Berry can't imagine benching Brady moving forward.

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Louisville's fall from grace

Can Eagles win without Wentz?

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  • The big questions (and answers) after Carson Wentz's injury

    The MVP candidate is out for the season, forcing Philadelphia to turn to Nick Foles. But the Eagles still have a great shot at securing home-field advantage, and backup quarterbacks have won Super Bowls before.

Most entertaining CFB teams

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  • Celebrating the most entertaining teams of 2017

    Let's hear it for the Lane Train, Khalil Tate, the Turnover Chain and Baker Mayfield. These aren't the top 10 teams in the country in 2017, necessarily, but they sure have been the most fun to watch.