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Scott Hannan leaves game after taking puck to eye

A scary moment at the SAP Center. There are lots of people out there who think hockey players should be required to wear visors. Scott Hannan has never been one of these people, and it may cost him dearly. Hannan, who had just scored his second goal of the season, took a puck to the eye on Wednesday courtesy of a Brent Burns clearing attempt. Show More Summary

James Harden posts career-high 51 to power Rockets past Kings

In a season full of MVP performances, James Harden had the best scoring total of his career. James Harden is a great scorer, and Wednesday was the best night of his career: The Rockets guard put up 51 points, drilling 8 of 9 three pointers,...Show More Summary

Chris Paul hits Chris Kaman in the groin, Big Baby flops in ensuing skirmish

Leave it to Big Baby to flop during a fight. Chris Paul took the opportunity of a loose ball to get a sneaky below-the-belt shot in at Chris Kaman: Accidental or not, Kaman didn't take too kindly too it and gave Paul a healthy shove....Show More Summary

2015 McDonald's All-American Game final score and stats: East team romps to 111-91 win

The East team shone in the McDonald's All-American game with a convincing 111-92 win over the West squad. The nations' top college basketball prospects gathered in Chicago Wednesday night for the 2015 McDonald's All-American Game. As...Show More Summary

Gregg Marshall reportedly agrees to deal to stay at Wichita State

Gregg Marshall won't be visiting Alabama after all and is reportedly staying put in Wichita. Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall, one of the most sought-after coaching candidates each of the last several years, will not be leaving the Shockers any time soon. Show More Summary

Justin Schultz turnover leads to Anaheim Ducks goal

The Edmonton blue liner must be ready for this year to end. Justin Schultz has received a lot of criticism during his time in Edmonton -- most of which is well-founded -- and though he's had a few impressive moments of late, Wednesday's...Show More Summary

Chris Kunitz dislodges pane of glass with hip check

Much like the Penguins themselves, CONSOL Energy Center is falling apart tonight. Games between the Flyers and Penguins tend to be especially physical, and Wednesday's nationally televised matchup in Pittsburgh has been no exception....Show More Summary

Rajon Rondo bent time and space with this crosscourt bounce pass

We haven't seen enough of these crosscourt Rajon Rondo bounce passes this season. We missed them.

Loyola-Chicago vs. UL-Monroe final score, CBI 2015: Ramblers come from behind to win tournament final, 63-62

A third game won't be necessary in the 2015 CBI finals. Loyola-Chicago knocked off UL-Monroe to clinch the series and win the title. The Loyola-Chicago Ramblers came from behind to knock off the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks, 63-62, and win the 2015 College Basketball Invitational. Show More Summary

Here is the Knicks' sad season in a Vine

The Knicks trailed the Nets, their crosstown rivals, by two. This is what happened: Better luck next year, guys. Better luck next year.

NBA Title Futures: Cavaliers, Warriors lead odds to win the championship

The Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors lead the pack on the NBA futures with the playoffs right around the corner. The Golden State Warriors entered their Tuesday night matchup against the Los Angeles Clippers on a 7-0 straight up and against-the-spread run over their last seven games. Show More Summary

Miami Heat vs. Cleveland Cavaliers betting preview and matchup odds

The Cleveland Cavaliers look to stay hot against LeBron James' old team when they host the Miami Heat on Thursday night. The Cleveland Cavaliers are 9-2 straight up and 6-5 against the spread over their last 11 games. With a full three...Show More Summary

Steven Adams is the NBA's finest condiment sommelier

It's not ketchup unless Steven Adams tells you it's ketchup. The Thunder were out in the community doing some work for charity, and somehow Steven Adams got stuck with the gig of serving condiments and we can't stop laughing at that: This is the look of a discerning ketchup enthusiast: No word on what Dion was doing while the rest of his teammates were working as waiters.

Anthony Morrow turns, catches, shoots and hits 3 in 0.00000000001 seconds

Anthony Morrow is known for quick releases, but this one feels especially noteworthy because he turned, caught and shot it. For his next act, he'll just tip passes into the hoop.

NHL Wednesday: Penguins, Flyers do battle in Pittsburgh

One of the NHL's best rivalries is renewed as the Penguins seek to improve their playoff position. Two days after Alexander Ovechkin scored his 50th goal of the year, Sidney Crosby took back some of the spotlight by hitting a special...Show More Summary

Sidney Crosby scores 300th career goal

The best hockey player in the world reached yet another impressive landmark. Two days after Alexander Ovechkin scored his 50th goal of the year, Sidney Crosby took back some of the spotlight by hitting a special milestone of his own. With...Show More Summary

7'5 Sim Bhullar will reportedly sign with Kings, become first NBA player of Indian descent

Big Sim Bhullar will apparently make NBA history when the Kings sign him to their roster this week. Sim Bhullar will become the NBA's tallest player -- and its first of Indian descent -- when the Sacramento Kings sign him Thursday, according...Show More Summary

Kevin Seraphin took an anvil and slammed it on Nerlens Noel's head

Shot-blockers that actually try to block shots are going to get dunked on from time to time. Still, throwing it down on Nerlens Noel has to feel pretty good for Kevin Seraphin. Noel tried to get him back and failed.

Bradley Beal with the rare block-to-breakaway-dunk combo

Great athleticism and awareness by the Wizards guard. Bradley Beal blocked Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, and then it was off to the races: Dudes get blocked and finish dunks from time to time, but normally somebody's gotta scoop it up and pass it to them. Beal did the whole deal by himself.

Don't click this unless you want to see Kelly Olynyk's horrifically swollen black eye

It's gross as heck! Kelly Olynyk looks like a monster in a Guillermo Del Toro movie. — Tom Westerholm (@Tom_NBA) April 1, 2015 He caught an elbow in shootaround and is doubtful for the game. Although, honestly, he shouldn't play with that thing.

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