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Here's when Kobe Bryant will visit your NBA city for the final time

Here are the dates for the Kobe Bryant retirement tour. Kobe Bryant announced he would retire at the end of the 2015-16 season in a poem on the Player's Tribune on Sunday, writing that his "body knows it's time to say goodbye." Bryant...Show More Summary

James Harden decided arguing with a referee was more important than playing defense

james harden, ladies and gentlemen — rachael (@RachaelHoops) November 30, 2015 Oh look, a fastbreak opportunity for the New York Knicks! At least James Harden is there to stop it—oh, never mind. Harden seemed...Show More Summary

Alex Boone thinks referees who called 13 penalties against the 49ers 'sucked'

This should go over well in the league office! The 49ers lost their eighth game of the season against a heavily-favored Cardinals team. The outcome of the game wasn't surprising, but the fact that the 49ers were within one score of winning,...Show More Summary

Calvin Pryor tells Ryan Tannehill to throw better balls and his receivers won't get injured

Tannehill: "It was a good hit, clean hit. But to celebrate when guy is down is a classless move." — Armando Salguero (@ArmandoSalguero) November 29, 2015 Early in the game, Jets safety Calvin Pryor delivered a crushing tackle to Miami Dolphins receiver Rishard Matthews. Show More Summary

NBA player Marc Gasol shows off soccer skills, scores beautiful header basket

Marc Gasol is known for his love of soccer and showing off his amazing soccer skills. This isn't the first time we've seen Marc attempt a header but it is the first time we can remember him knocking one in. GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLL!!!!

Just like Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant retired with a farewell letter to basketball

Kobe Bryant always studied Michael Jordan's game. That continued even to his retirement letter. Kobe Bryant announced his retirement at the end of the season via an open letter to basketball, posted at The Players Tribune. It was a poignant...Show More Summary

2015 NFL playoff picture: Panthers, Patriots don't clinch in Week 12, wild card races heat up

Nobody clinched on Sunday, but the wild card races are heating up around the NFL with the playoffs looming. On Sunday, both the New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers, the NFL's undefeated teams, had a chance at being the first teams to clinch a spot in the postseason. Show More Summary

Steelers vs. Seahawks 2015 final score: Pittsburgh blinked first and lost

The Seahawks won a fantastic game of big plays and lead changes. The Seahawks and Steelers treated us to a great game of haymakers Sunday, yet when the Steelers had just three downs to gain on their last offensive possession, they blinked. Down...Show More Summary

Ben Roethlisberger leaves Seahawks game with potential concussion

Roethlisberger left the game late in the fourth quarter. Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger left Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks with a head injury. Roethlisberger took some big hits in the game, and left late in the fourth quarter with the game on the line. Show More Summary

Jahlil Okafor apologizes for growing list of off-court issues

It has been a rough month for the Philadelphia 76ers rookie. The bad news keeps pouring in for Philadelphia 76ers rookie center Jahlil Okafor. Okafor was pulled over for driving 108 miles per hour over the Ben Franklin Bridge in Philadelphia...Show More Summary

UCF expected to hire Bowling Green's Dino Babers

In four years as a head coach, Babers has won four division titles. Now he's taking his explosive offense to Orlando. UCF is expected to hire Bowling Green head coach Dino Babers to replace George O'Leary, 247Sports is reporting and SB Nation's Steven Godfrey is confirming. Show More Summary

Portland Timbers attacker breaks goalkeeper's ankles to seal MLS Cup Final trip

Poor Jesse Gonzalez. Jesse Gonzalez is 20 years old. He's had an incredible season for FC Dallas. He's the youngest goalkeeper to ever start in the MLS playoffs. And Lucas Melano of the Portland Timbers cares about none of that, because...Show More Summary

Jimmy Graham sustains apparent lower leg injury vs. Steelers

Graham went down trying to haul in a deep touchdown pass. Seattle Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham left Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers with an apparent lower leg injury. Graham was trying to haul in a deep touchdown pass in the end zone and his right foot seemed to twist awkwardly when it touched the turf. Show More Summary

Kobe Bryant announces he will retire at the end of the season with a poem

The 2015-16 season will be Bryant's last. Kobe Bryant announced that he will retire at the end of the 2015-16 season on Sunday. In a post on the Player's Tribune titled "Dear Basketball," Bryant wrote in a poem that this season would be his last. This story will be updated.

Jimmy Graham hauls in a leaping, juggling catch despite the efforts of two defenders

The Steelers had great coverage on Jimmy Graham with two players flanking the big tight end and a third coming to clean up the play. That still wasn't good enough as Graham went up and over the defense then juggled and corralled theShow More Summary

Screw logic, screw the NFL's rules, this play should be a touchdown

The Cardinals successfully played pinball and the NFL didn't give them a touchdown because there are 'rules' and that makes me FURIOUS. The official ruling on this play was an incomplete pass and a defensive pass interference on 49ers LB Michael Wilhoite. Show More Summary

DeAndre Jordan, professional basketball player, just airballed back-to-back free throws

Everyone knows Clippers center DeAndre Jordan is a terrible free throw shooter. A miss here, a miss there — the results are already very underwhelming, But even DeAndre Jordan fans didn't expect him to airball TWO consecutive free throws. The best part of this is the announce team. Jordan literally airballs his first free throw as he's getting praised for his improvement. Seesh!

Cardinals RBs Chris Johnson, Andre Ellington suffer injuries vs. 49ers

Johnson and Ellington left the game in the second half. Arizona Cardinals running backs Chris Johnson and Andre Ellington left Sunday's game against the San Francisco 49ers with injuries. Johnson went down with a knee injury and Ellington sustained a foot injury, both in the second half. Show More Summary

Jeff Fisher says you can ‘kiss my a—' if you question the Rams’ effort

The Rams lost again, but don't you dare suggest to head coach Jeff Fisher that the players didn't give their best effort. The St. Louis Rams lost their fourth consecutive game on Sunday, an ugly 31-7 flop against the Bengals. Head coach...Show More Summary

49ers CB Tramaine Brock drops the easiest interception in the history of the NFL

The San Francisco 49ers have had a rough 2015. The last time they faced the Arizona Cardinals, they lost 47-7 in one of the most lopsided losses of the season. So when they get an easy opportunity to capitalize, they'd better take it. Show More Summary

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