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Monken says Army can't let emotion get the best of them

Army coach Jeff Monken talks about the significance of Army-Navy, what football means to his players, and how the Black Knights can end their losing streak in the rivalry.

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Cuban still not sold on Westbrook as 'superstar'

Mark Cuban, who declared during last season's playoffs that Russell Westbrook wasn't a superstar, isn't convinced by the Thunder point guard being on pace to average a triple-double.

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Westbrook's seventh straight triple-double wasted in loss (0:54)
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Okaka's sensational back heel (0:46)
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Lifelong Penn State fan gets amazing Rose Bowl surprise (0:34)
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23hMatt Bowen

The Uncoverables: Best NFL WRs in every category

Who's the best deep threat? Which WR is most dangerous after the catch? What about the toughest player to cover in the red zone? Here's your ultimate breakdown of the league's top wide receivers.

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Jalen & Jacoby: Could Alabama beat the Cleveland Browns? (1:27)
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Holden strikes for Rangers' OT winner (0:28)
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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Cincinnati is hiring Ohio State defensive coordinator Luke Fickell as its next coach, sources tell ESPN. The two sides reached an agreement late last night, and an official announcement from Cincinnati is expected shortly. Fickell has coached at his alma mater since 2002, and served as Ohio State's head coach in 2011, following Jim Tressel's resignation.

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Brian Franey ESPN Producer 

How do the Heisman Trophy Finalists spend the morning of the ceremony? Baker Mayfield, Jabrill Peppers, Dede Westbrook and Lamar Jackson get a lesson in how to use Snapchat Spectacles.

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Calvin Watkins ESPN Staff Writer 

For the second consecutive year, the NBPA is having a heart screening of former players at the Toyota Center today. Doctors will be on hand to provide heart screenings, blood work among other things for former players. Matt Bullard, a former Rocket, who does color on the local broadcast, plans on attending. "It's very important," Bullard said. "As we get older we start to have a few more health issues. When we were playing, we were as healthy as we could be. As you get older the health issues start to pile up."

Westbrook's rebound clinches triple-double
NBA 

Russell Westbrook pulls down his 10th rebound against the Rockets to become the first player since Michael Jordan in 1989 to record seven straight triple-doubles.

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Lukaku pulls Everton within one
Soccer 

Romelu Lukaku headed this pass just inside the post to cut into Watford's lead with minutes remaining, but it was not enough as Watford held on to beat Everton 3-2.

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Mattias Karén Arsenal Correspondent 

Team sheets for Arsenal-Stoke, with Walcott and Ox back on the wings. Bellerin is back but on the bench, as Gabriel is used at right-back again. Aaron Ramsey is out with a slight hamstring issue.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Weather for Sunday night Cowboys at Giants (per weather.com) is partly cloudy in AM followed by periods of snow showers later in day. Chance of snow 40%.

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Okaka heads home corner kick
Soccer 

Watford's Stefano Okaka deposited this corner kick into the back of the net to increase his team's lead over Everton. The goal was Okada's second of the game and Watford's second goal in five minutes of game action.

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Calvin Watkins ESPN Staff Writer 

Rockets guard Patrick Beverley said the victory over the Thunder doesn't mean anything if they lose to the Mavericks on Saturday.

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Harden turns it over, Russ slams it home
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James Harden turns it over, and Russell Westbrook takes full advantage by throwing down the fastbreak dunk.

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Dekker emphatically slams it home over Kanter
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Rockets forward Sam Dekker drives to the rim and powers home a sensational dunk over Thunder big man Enes Kanter.

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Cousins nearly hits game-tying shot
NBA 

After Carmelo Anthony misses two free throws that would have iced the game, DeMarcus Cousins nearly sinks a three-quarter court tying shot against the Knicks. New York defeated Sacramento 103-100.

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks 103, Kings 100: Knicks survive a near disastrous ending to begin their 5-game road trip with a win. DeMarcus Cousins' prayer shot from about 55 feet away hit front rim and NYK walked off the floor with a win. as Carmelo Anthony delivered on his wish to put the Knicks blowout loss to the Cavs in the rear-view mirror. Anthony had 33 points to help lift New York (13-10) to a win two nights after a 32-point loss to the Cavs c

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Bledsoe makes the extra pass to set up Len's dunk
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Phoenix's Eric Bledsoe feeds Alex Len down low and the big man finishes with the flush in the fourth quarter.

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Calvin Watkins ESPN Staff Writer 

James Harden said the Rockets earned a gutsy win over the Thunder.

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Calvin Watkins ESPN Staff Writer 

Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni said Patrick Beverley brings a winning spirit to his team.

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Strong minutes from a Knicks reserve unit that included Kyle O'Quinn, Justin Holiday and Lance Thomas. They help the Knicks build a 5-point lead with 7:30 to play in Sacramento.

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Westbrook blows off talk of seven straight triple-doubles
NBA 

Russell Westbrook has nothing to say when asked about becoming the first player since Michael Jordan to record seven straight triple-doubles.

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Chriss flies in for the monster slam
NBA 

Phoenix's Marquese Chriss jets through the lane to take the feed from Devin Booker and sends in the one-handed slam in the third quarter against the Lakers.

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony surpasses the 23,000-point mark in the first half against the Kings. He's the 5th active player to reach the mark, joining Dirk Nowitzki, Paul Pierce, LeBron James and Vince Carter. Anthony is 29th on the overall scoring list, less than 150 points behind Elgin Baylor.

NBA 

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony has 23 first-half points on 8-for-13 shooting. He said he didn't want the Knicks to let the Cleveland loss linger and he's done all he can to make that happen in the first half tonight. Knicks are up 54-53 at the half against Sacramento.

NBA 

Melo drops 15 first-quarter points
NBA 

Carmelo Anthony is on fire in the first quarter, going 6-of-8 from the field for 15 points in the opening period against the Kings.

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony is red hot early on, with 15 points in the first quarter. Kristaps Porzingis has hit just one of his first seven shots, so the Knicks may need a big night from Anthony to walk off the floor with a win.

NBA 

Calvin Watkins ESPN Staff Writer 

Patrick Beverley said it was like playing in the playgrounds of Chicago on the last few possessions when covering Russell Westbrook.

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