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4hElizabeth Merrill

What makes Cam Newton and Greg Olsen click?

Cam Newton and Greg Olsen have worked hard on routes, studied film and forged a bond that gives Carolina a formidable threat in Super Bowl 50.

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Monster dunk fires up Duke crowd (0:28)
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Ellis' big day fuels Kansas (1:03)
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Kapadia: Super Bowl cheat sheet

Here are the 10 things you need to know if you plan on placing a wager, making a prediction or just want to sound smart when talking about the big game.

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Big Weekend in the Bay Area (3:01)
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Young/Strauss: Durant leads Thunder into Western showdown

Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry share the court tonight. Could they one day be teammates? It's just one of many subplots that surround OKC's trip to Golden State (9 p.m. ET, ESPN & WatchESPN).

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Sport Science: Durant re-enacts iconic moments (3:08)
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5hTom Haberstroh

Cuban: Hacking rules keep intrigue in NBA game

Mavericks owner Mark Cuban disagrees with the notion that hacking hurts the game, telling ESPN.com that he believes fans actually feel more part of the game in hack-a-player situations.

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Final Four party crashers (1:37)
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Experts: Best bets for Super Bowl 50

Looking to place a wager on Super Bowl 50? Chalk's Vegas experts help sort through nearly 400 prop bets, and give analysis on the side and total.

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Junior college gave Newton 'sense of humility' (1:30)
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Kenny's magical Super Bowl journey (3:16)
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How Broncos and Panthers got here (2:03)
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Prem: Liverpool 2-2 Sunderland (1:28)
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Attwood: England strangled Scotland (2:46)
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7-foot-6 Tacko Fall tips in with ease (0:23)
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Omogbo finding peace on the court (5:55)
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SportsCenter's Hall of Fame preview (2:22)
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Should George Karl be fired? (0:40)
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All-Time #NBArank: Where does Kobe belong?

As Kobe Bryant closes his storied career, where does he stack up among the likes of the Big O and Dr. J? See where he stands as our countdown approaches the top 10.

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ICYMI: Best of SportsCenter at the Super Bowl (0:42)
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5hJeff Carlisle

Carlisle: Diskerud back in contention

Mix Diskerud has had a tough year since arriving in MLS, but after returning to the USMNT setup the midfielder impressed in Friday's win over Canada.

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Forbes, Valentine shine in Spartans' win
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Bryn Forbes drained eight 3-pointers and Denzel Valentine nearly tallied a triple-double in Michigan State's 89-73 victory over Michigan.

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Eamonn Brennan ESPN Staff Writer 

Maryland missing two two-foot buckets in a row and then giving up an easy early post to A.J. Hammons is not what coach Mark Turgeon had in mind for this afternoon, probably.

Villanova hangs on vs. Providence 72-60

The 11th-ranked Friars trailed by 19 in the first half, but rallied to give the 3rd-ranked Wildcats a scare in Providence. Villanova's Darryl Reynolds went 9-of-10 from the field for a team-high 19 points. Box score

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Cyclones snap two-game skid
NCAAM 

Georges Niang dropped 18 points in Iowa State's 64-59 win over Oklahoma State.

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Macintosh: Leicester could be best story ever
Soccer 

A title for Leicester, a 2,500-to-1 longshot to win the league in August, could be the greatest shock in English soccer history. Daring to dream

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Sport Science: Durant as legends

Kevin Durant does Allen Iverson's crossover plus legendary moves by Dr. J. and Michael Jordan in the Sport Science lab.

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Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer 

Keep this in mind: There is no guarantee NCAA accepts Louisville ban as enough so school could have sacrificed this team for no reason. The notice of allegations likely won't come until summer or later and the committee on infractions hearing may not be until end of 2016. That means ruling could be in 2017 and penalties could be for 2017-18 season.

Sulaimon hangs and hits for Terrapins
NCAAM 

Rasheed Sulaimon and No. 4 Maryland have hit five of their first eight shots against No. 18 Purdue on ESPN.

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Watch: (18) Purdue at (4) Maryland

Purdue has lost 11 straight road games against top-5 teams. The Boilermakers last such road win was March 6, 1994 when it upset No. 3 Michigan. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

Duke fends off NC State at Cameron Indoor

Grayson Allen and Luke Kennard combined to shoot 10-of-18 from beyond the arc and 14-of-14 from the foul line for 54 points in the Blue Devils' 88-80 win. Box score

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Gators look to end UK's Rupp magic
NCAAM 

No. 20 Kentucky is looking to avoid its first three-game losing streak since dropping four in a row in 2009. It returns home for this key game where it's won 32 straight. Follow live

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Forbes sends Spartans past Wolverines
NCAAM 

Bryn Forbes drilled eight 3-pointers and finished with 29 points as Michigan State won its fourth straight game with an 89-73 victory over rival Michigan. Box score

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Duke, where's my shoe?
NCAAM 

Duke's Marshall Plumlee didn't need one for a couple possessions today.

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Watch: (25) South Carolina at (8) Texas A&M
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This is the first time Texas A&M will feature in a conference matchup of ranked teams since joining the SEC. Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

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Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

After losing Jameel McKay, Iowa State just needed a win on Saturday. And it was ugly. Cyclones were down 10-0 at Oklahoma State early. But Georges Niang and Monte Morris were both clutch down the stretch.

Hall of Fame preview: Who's in?
NFL 

Insider Field Yates believes Brett Favre is in but Yates would like to see Kurt Warner and Orlando Pace get in too.

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Iowa State survives in Stillwater, 64-59
NCAAM 

Oklahoma State's Travis Ford will rue a missed opportunity as his Cowboys led at the half but only got to the free-throw line three times against the short-handed Cyclones. Box score

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Jimmy Butler out vs. Timberwolves

The Bulls All-Star swingman will not play Saturday due to a sprained left knee. Coach Fred Hoiberg said the initial diagnosis was positive, but they won't know the outcome until the MRI results are back. Butler was scheduled to have an MRI today in Minneapolis but the results are unclear.

Duke doing damage from beyond the arc

The Blue Devils have connected on more 3-pointers (13) than 2-pointers (11) so far against NC State. Duke is shooting 13-of-26 from deep, led by Luke Kennard's 6-of-10. Live on ESPN & WatchESPN

ICYMI: Avery Bradley sinks Cavs
NBA 

The Cavs could only lose to a 3-pointer.

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Brian Windhorst @WindhorstESPN

NBA announces JR Smith was incorrectly called for a foul in final 5 seconds last night that set up Celtics 5-point possession to beat Cavs.

Kennys Mayne's Super Bowl journey
NFL 

Panthers DE Jared Allen came along on a magical trip to the best 7-Eleven in San Jose. Joe Montana and Bill Walton made appearances.

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Bryn Forbes dialed in for Spartans

Bryn Forbes' eight 3-pointers are the most by a Michigan State player since Chris Hill set a Big Ten record with 10 against Syracuse in 2003. The Spartans have pushed their lead over 20 with seven minutes to play. Follow live

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