As the Heat found out, the Spurs still measure up just fine with the NBA's elite when they're at full strength. Daily Dime »Duncan dominates »LeBron's discomfort »Unmasked Clips embarrass Lakers »
In what's now a transitional season, the Clips have overtaken the Lakers. Ramona Shelburne »Clips' focus »Spurs rout Heat »Thunder-Suns
In March, having a go-to scorer can make all the difference. Who would we want taking the last shot? Sean Kilpatrick, for one. Myron Medcalf »Kilpatrick's 34 sink Memphis Fan confronts coach at UCSB
Despite its recent skid, Cincinnati can stay on top of a crowded American title race with a win. Daily Word »Watch: LSU-Vanderbilt Bracketology »
Iowa and Michigan State need to turn things around quickly to gear up for a run. Joe Lunardi Daily Word »Big Ten's best? Watch: UCLA-UW
SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: Tim Duncan's double-double of 23 points and 11 rebounds led the Spurs past the Heat 111-87.
WR Steve Smith talks to Josina Anderson about his meeting with Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman and addresses his future with the team.
Pro Bowl DE Greg Hardy talks about signing his franchise tender, assuring he will earn $13.1 million this season.
ESPN bracketologist Joe Lunardi breaks down his latest field of 68, with a focus on teams in competition for the No. 1 seeds and those on the bubble.
Jay Harrison's overtime goal helped the Hurricanes top the Sharks 3-2.
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