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Tony Parker scored 23 points, and the San Antonio Spurs beat the Los Angeles Lakers, 103-82, in Los Angeles on Sunday to complete a four-game sweep of their best-of-seven, first-round NBA playoff series
LeBron James scored 30 points, and the top-seeded Miami Heat beat the Milwaukee Bucks, 88-77, in Milwaukee on Sunday afternoon to complete a four-game sweep of their best-of-seven, first-round NBA playoff series
Freshman Seventh Woods of Hammond High School in Columbia, S.C. was scheduled to participate in the Hoop Group Jam Fest for high school basketball players in Pittsburgh this past weekend. Woods, 14, didn't play due to a concussion he re
Remember all the time you took researching your NCAA tournament bracket selections last month? Next time, just give your bracket to a 10-year-old kid — as long as the kid is as savvy as Brayden Schager
Reserve guard Luke Hancock scored 22 points, including making all five of his 3-point shot attempts, as Louisville beat Michigan, 82-76, in the 2013 NCAA basketball championship in Atlanta on Monday night
Pittsburgh Steelers fans are serious football junkies. Case in point: the guy that got an awesome full-size replica of the Terrible Towel tattooed in black on his chest. Sure, the Terrible Towels most often waved by fans at Steelers' games are bright gold, but that's really not im
Oklahoma City Thunder general manager Sam Presti contacted an Oklahoma high school player who scored a wrong-way buzzer-beater for the opposing team to end a state playoff game on Thursday. The Thunder will host the young ma
Screw Wheaties, dude. Breakfast sandwiches are the 'Breakfast of Champions.' Put it this way: after your last bender, did you wake up hungry for a bowl of fiber-y wheat or were you searching for savory meat, fluffy eggs and melted cheese — all wrapped up in a toasted English muffin? Right
Europe exports music, art and culture trends to America. The U.S. exports…doughnuts. Traffic police in Scotland were called in to relieve a massive snarl during the opening of the country's first Krispy Kreme store, whose drive-thru window caused mile-long jams.
Thankfully, the Scottish police cleared the jam by eating all the doughnuts. Just kidding. They advised citizens
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