Kevin Durant scored 41 points, tying his playoff high, and had 14 rebounds as the Thunder needed every second of Game 3 to beat the Rockets 104-101 in their first playoff test sans Russell Westbrook. Up 26 points in the second quarter, the Thunder once again blew a lead and the Rockets powered back to tie the game at 91 on a Chandler Parsons 3-pointer with just under 6 minutes remaining. James Harden finished with 30 in the loss. Just imagine if he was still playing for the Thunder.
Carlton Bragg missed a dunk in spectacular fashion.
Dwight Howard shows he’s soft yet again.
Why did Mississippi State extend Dan Mullen?
Antonio Brown is now the NFL’s highest paid receiver.
John Lynch and the 49ers should be looking to trade down in the 2017 NFL Draft.
Williams, an Arkansas transfer, has Middle Tennessee poised for a run in the NCAA Tournament.
Mahershala Ali, who just won an Oscar for Moonlight, was a Division-I, four-year collegiate basketball player on scholarship at (…)
Releasing some steam.
Kyle Lowry will undergo wrist surgery and miss a few weeks.
Gonzaga is on shaky ground.