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U.S. Vice President Joe Biden Gives Syracuse Pep Talk After Final Four Loss

United States Vice President Joe Biden, who bleeds orange, did what he could to pick Syracuse up after its Final Four loss to North Carolina on Saturday. The 73-year-old graduate of the Syracuse University College of Law praised Jim Boeheim as the best coach in the country and reminded the players how proud they made their fans. Show More Summary

Kawhi Leonard Scores Career-High 33 Points vs. Raptors (VIDEO)

Kawhi and LaMarcus Aldridge combined for 64 total points in the game, as LMA dropped 31 of his own. The post Kawhi Leonard Scores Career-High 33 Points vs. Raptors (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.

Despite Heartbreaking End, We'll Always Remember Buddy Hield's Senior Season

Not everyone can go out on top. The final game of Buddy Hield 's college career was far from a memorable one. He sank a three-pointer on the first possession of the game, but he missed his next (and final) seven three-point attempts, finishing the game with nine points on 12 shots with four turnovers. Show More Summary

WATCH: Syracuse/North Carolina First Half Highlights

The Tar Heels began to pull away in the first half of their Final Four match-up with Syracuse. Having scored a combined 17 points, Brice Johnson and Kennedy Meeks will The post WATCH: Syracuse/North Carolina First Half Highlights appeared first on SLAMonline.

Jimmy Fallon Uses Puppies to Predict Winner of 2016 Final Four

As he does before any major sporting event, talk show host Jimmy Fallon brought in his experts to predict which team will cut down the nets at the end of the 2016 Final Four. Who are his experts? Puppies. Some of you may be skeptical about how accurate a group of puppies can be when it comes to picking a winner. Show More Summary

Post Up: Streak Snapped

For the first time in 54 games, the Golden State Warriors were defeated at home. The post Post Up: Streak Snapped appeared first on SLAMonline.

WATCH: Stephen Curry Beats First Quarter Buzzer

Draymond Green and Harrison Barnes spearheaded Golden State’s scoring efforts in the first quarter, but Stephen Curry ended the frame with this buzzer-beating trey. Another slick move from Golden State The post WATCH: Stephen Curry Beats First Quarter Buzzer appeared first on SLAMonline.

The Question at the Heart of Syracuse's Crazy Run: Are the Orange Lucky or Good?

HOUSTON — The elephant at the Final Four wears orange. As satisfied as Syracuse is to be playing North Carolina on Saturday, some folks in the basketball world are asking: Should this No. 10 seed even be here? Head coach Jim Boeheim has maintained that he thought his team belonged. Show More Summary

WATCH: LeBron James Delivers One-Handed Slam in Transition

King James is locked in tonight against the Hawks, as evidenced by this one-handed jam over Al Horford. King James has been on a roll of late; just last night The post WATCH: LeBron James Delivers One-Handed Slam in Transition appeared first on SLAMonline.

Storylines for Every NBA Fan to Watch During the 2016 NBA Playoffs

Intriguing storylines have been omnipresent during the regular season, but they're all mere appetizers before the main course—the NBA playoffs. Fear not; compelling regular-season narratives are about to give way to stories that capture...Show More Summary

Dwyane Wade Champions Heat Center Hassan Whiteside as DPOY Candidate

MIAMI — As reporters circled around Hassan Whiteside, waiting to ask about yet another career-best scoring performance, the 7-footer started the conversation with defense. After summoning every camera operator in the vicinity and getting...Show More Summary

Andre Iguodala Pulls Early April Fools' Prank on Warriors Teammate Festus Ezeli

April Fools' Day is almost here, which means everyone needs to be on alert for possible shenanigans. Unfortunately for Golden State Warriors center Festus Ezeli, Andre Iguodala got the "fun" started early this year. Iguodala teamed up with Lyft to pull a prank on Ezeli. Show More Summary

Lakers' D'Angelo Russell-Nick Young Drama All-Too-Predictable Outcome for Both

LOS ANGELES — It's not surprising to anyone who really knows these Los Angeles Lakers that D'Angelo Russell did something immature and thought he was above getting called on it—or that Nick Young was involved in a juvenile back-and-forth...Show More Summary

SLAM 198 is Coming Soon…

Kyle Lowry, DeMar DeRozan and Drake (!) earn their way onto a historic cover. The post SLAM 198 is Coming Soon… appeared first on SLAMonline.

We Remember: 34th Anniversary of Michael Jordan Hitting GW Shot vs. Georgetown

The North Carolina Tar Heels are just two wins away from adding to their storied history, but first they will celebrate the anniversary of arguably the biggest shot in program history. On this date 34 years ago, a North Carolina freshman...Show More Summary

Gregg Popovich-Craig Sager Pins Used to Raise Money for Cancer Research

When the San Antonio Spurs play on TNT, many viewers look forward to the in-game interview between Spurs coach Gregg Popovich and sideline reporter Craig Sager as much as they do the game itself. Now, their relationship is helping raise money for a good cause. Show More Summary

Monday NBA Roundup: Raptors Nearing Postseason with Past Ghosts Looming

The Toronto Raptors are on pace for a franchise-best win total and, at worst, will finish with the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference. So it's a little weird that fatalism and the looming specter of past collapses still cloud so much...Show More Summary

Raptors' Kyle Lowry Masterfully Talks to Reporters While Watching Villanova Game

As much as he may have wanted to watch his alma mater, Villanova, play in the Elite Eight, Toronto Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry knows that part of his job is to talk to reporters after games. So he was a total professional after Saturday...Show More Summary

UNC's Theo Pinson Jokingly Interrupts Press Conference, Thought He Was Invited

North Carolina Tar Heels sophomore Theo Pinson has been a valuable part of Roy Williams' rotation this season, but with more experienced players ahead of him, he's not a part of the starting lineup. That means there's no spot for him at a press conference with the starters—no matter how much he wants there to be. Show More Summary

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