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Execs predict Le'Veon's 2019 team and cash he'll get on market

The All-Pro RB was not bluffing, as he'll sit out the 2018 season. What will the Steelers do next? Who will want to sign him next offseason?

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Inside the secret Hollywood pickup game that shaped a generation of comedy

The oral history of how Garry Shandling's hush-hush Sunday hoops game shaped a generation of comedy.

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How the Warriors can afford to keep their dynasty together

To find a new way to profit with billion-dollar arenas and exorbitant costs, the NBA is becoming a real estate company.

Tuesday's Games

College Football

New Top 25: Tonight, 7 p.m. ET, ESPN

Bama vs. Clemson and other questions for the CFP committee

The Tide and Tigers might be closer than you think. And because the top 10 teams all won this week, we could see how close the committee thinks they are.

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The Bottom 10 has drama, it has upsets, it has ... basketball?

You didn't see any drama in Week 11? Well, that's what you get for watching the Top 10 instead of the Bottom 10.

Melo Done In Houston?

NBA

Where does Carmelo Anthony fit now?

How much can Melo still contribute, and what team makes sense for him?

Stephen A: I was told Melo didn't return Lakers' call

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Stephen A: Fultz has 'makings of a colossal bust'

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On This Date: Nov. 13, 1979

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  • Darryl Dawkins shatters the backboard

    On Nov. 13, 1979, Philadelphia 76ers forward Darryl Dawkins dunks over Kansas City Kings forward Bill Robinzine and shatters the backboard in the process.