— Lauri Markkanen scored 29 points, Malik Beasley added 19 and the Utah Jazz took advantage of Dallas star Luka Doncic’s absence to beat the Mavericks 108-100 on Saturday night.
— Olivier Nkamhoua scored 27 points and Zakai Zeigler had 22 points and 10 assists to lead No. 4 Tennessee over No. 10 Texas 82-71 on Saturday night in an SEC/Big 12 Challenge.
- Vets Kennedy, Frazier among Rangers signees
- Mavericks rule Doncic (ankle sprain) out vs. Jazz
- Doncic leaves win over Suns with ankle sprain
- LeBron, Giannis voted as All-Star Game captains
— Tolu Smith had a season-high 27 points, 13 rebounds and five assists to lead Mississippi State to an 81-74 overtime victory over No. 11 TCU on Saturday.
— Keyonte George and No. 17 Baylor keep finding ways to win despite their recent struggles shooting the ball.
— Kevin Obanor scored 22 points, Kerwin Walton added 17 points, De’Vion Harmon had 14 points with eight assists, and Texas Tech defeated LSU 76-68 as the 10-year Big 12/SEC challenge wound down on Saturday.
— Jack Hughes scored his second goal of the game 20 seconds into overtime, lifting the New Jersey Devils to a 3-2 win over the Dallas Stars on Friday night.
Ian Kennedy and Clint Frazier were among five players the Rangers signed Friday to minor league contracts that included invitations to major league spring training.
Jason and Harry tell you what to watch in the AFC and NFC Championship Game matchups. Plus, the real reason Dan Quinn is still in Dallas and why Sean Payton should wait until next year.
How will the Cowboys balance salary-cap implications and the future of the quarterback position down the road?
Chris Carlin & Chris Canty, in for Greeny, welcome Joe & Amber Host/ESPN Betting Analyst Joe Fortenbaugh to the show to break down the best bets for championship weekend. Carlin read the same ad three times accidentally...but it turns out it was Bubba's fault. The guys talk about the Cowboys cleaning house of assistant coaches before wrapping up the week playing some Who Ya Got.
Dallas Mavericks star Luka Doncic is expected to be day-to-day going forward after suffering a mild ankle sprain in Thursday's win over the Phoenix Suns, sources tell ESPN.
Adrian Wojnarowski Senior NBA Insider
After hurting his left ankle in victory over Suns on Thursday, Mavericks All-Star Luka Doncic is expected to be day-to-day with what's described as a "mild sprain," sources tell ESPN.
The mid-January series affects NCAA tournament résumés, provides a break from hectic conference play and showcases some of the best talent in men's college basketball.
There's still time to add punch to your favorite team's offense before Opening Day, but what you see now is (mostly) what you're gonna get.
The Bruins land at No. 1 for a 10th straight week, and we have projections for every team's Stanley Cup Playoff chances.
At least four teams -- Tennessee, UCLA, Arizona and the Big 12 leader(s) du jour -- fighting for the final spot on the top line of the bracket.
Mavericks superstar Luka Doncic exited in the first quarter of Thursday's 99-95 win over the Suns because of a sprained left ankle after stepping on a defender's foot.
— Luka Doncic's early injury on Thursday night gave the Dallas Mavericks a very valid reason to lose on the road.