Not how he drew it up. The Kings were up by just about 30 points when Derrick Williams tried to throw himself an alley-oop lob off the backboard. It sounded a lot better in theory than it worked in practice.
AIR FLOTUS! The weird thing is that Chris Bosh was nowhere to be see— Oh, there he is. Update! Here is Gus Johnson calling the First Lady's dunk Update x2! NBA Jam edition! (GIF via SB Nation's @zohf)
(and blows a kiss.) Okay, first of all, this was a huuuuge three Glen Davis hit to send Bulls-Magic to triple overtime: Big, big shot. But that celebration! You've got: 1. Tummy-pounding 2. Screaming Drooling
Oklahoma wasn't done wreaking havoc at the Sugar Bowl after the confetti fell. Following their stunning 45-31 takedown of two-time defending BCS champion Alabama, several Sooners took down an ESPN stage.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers continues to amaze with his ability to make plays. On a key 4th-and-2 Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers, Rodgers somehow escaped a sack to hit Randall on
One hand is all Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Marvin Jones needed against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. Jones did a great job of hauling in a 16-yard touchdown with his left hand, while having his
Detroit Lions punter Sam Martin just made his case for the worst tackle attempt of the season. In pursuit of the Minnesota Vikings' Marcus Sherels, Martin fell short and ended up just looking foolish.
The St. Louis Rams are pulling out all of the stops to finish the season strong, and they executed a trick play to perfection against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday. Receiver Stedman Bailey took the on
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford was trying to get his team set for a play when the center snapped the ball and caught Stafford by surprise. The quarterback looked terrified by the miscue. Here's
As he likes to do. Bulls forward Taj Gibson is playing some of the best all-around basketball of his career, and he was rewarded with a start on Saturday against the Pistons with Luol Deng sidelined. made
What's that, you're mad Blake Griffin? Anderson Varejao laughs in your general direction. The Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Los Angeles Clippers 88-82 Friday night with Andrew Bynum and Kyrie Irving combining
The Huskies remained undefeated. Barely. Shabazz Napier rebounded his own miss with three seconds left, and his buzzer-beating jumper from the free-throw line was just in time for the No. 12 Connecticut
Bobcats basketball has long been a danger to the eyes but now it's also a danger to the rest of your face. Gerald Henderson was trying to kick out after a drive to the paint and threw an errant pass that
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry showed that he can do more than just shoot threes. He made Oklahoma City Thunder forward Serge Ibaka look silly by spinning him around with some crafty moves Friday