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All-Time #NBArank: Should Larry Legend outrank Russ, Diesel, Duncan and The Dream?

As our countdown enters the top 10, we are left with the best of the best. What jumps out in Nos. 10-6? Big men and championship rings abound.

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O'Neil: Despite big win, Kansas has tough road ahead

Kansas earned a gritty win over West Virginia and grabbed a share of first place in the Big 12. But the Jayhawks' road to a 12th straight conference title is full of obstacles.

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Hayward's stepback jumper wins it in OT (0:31)
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Powell's tomahawk slam tops off sweet alley-oop (0:17)
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Now THAT's how you convert a lob (0:11)
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Daniel Bryan on concussions: You have a responsibility to yourself (4:23)
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Porzingis with majestic throwdown (0:27)
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Magic's top five Lakers (1:00)
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Newton: Emotions took over (0:39)
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Twitter battle: @Yankees vs. @Cubs (1:13)
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Roy Williams collapses in the huddle (0:53)
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HS kid drains full-court shot for win at the buzzer (0:39)
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Purdue survives Michigan State's rally for OT win (1:46)
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Watson doesn't need a putter to make this shot (0:20)
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Melo on Fisher: We were all surprised (1:17)
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High schooler with Down syndrome swishes 3-pointer (0:49)
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Tip-in wins it for Miami (1:05)
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For the love of Hendu

The infectious spirit of the late, great Dave Henderson lives on through those who attend the A's and Mariners fantasy experiences he created.

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30 for 30 Shorts: Friedman's Shoes (11:56)
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Herm Edwards crashes Magic's interview (0:51)
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Instant Awesome: Big Air ramp dwarfs Fenway's Green Monster

It takes a lot to make Fenway Park's famed Green Monster look small. The historic ballpark will play host to a ski/snowboarding event with a 140-foot high ramp and, as you'll see, there's a new monster in Boston this week.

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Wall gets fancy on Porzingis (0:17)

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Warriors nursing slim halftime lead
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Golden State opened up a 15-point first-quarter lead, but Houston shrunk it to 3 by the break. Steph Curry tossed in 26 points, going 6-for-7 from 3-point range. Box score

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Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors up 69-66 over the Rockets at the half, after a furious comeback by Houston. GSW transition defense looks ragged, contributing to Houston scoring 39 points in the 2nd quarter. As an aside, Curry only missed 3 shots in the quarter and he has 26 points + 6 3-pointers

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Calvin Watkins ESPN Staff Writer 

The second quarter was so much better for the Rockets. After scoring zero points in the opening quarter, James Harden took over. He scored 18 points as Houston trails Golden State 69-66 at halftime. Rockets close the half with a 9-3 run. The 69 points tie a season-high in points allowed by Houston.

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Porzingis with majestic throwdown
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Kristaps Porzingis had Jared Dudley looking the completely wrong way, and then jammed it over Marcin Gortat.

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Roy Williams collapses, helped to locker room

The UNC coach fell in the huddle during the game against Boston College but was able to walk off the court and was helped back to the locker room. The school later said he was suffering from vertigo but was doing OK.

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Hayward beats buzzer with stepback J
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Jazz forward Gordon Hayward nails a late stepback jumper in overtime to beat the buzzer, giving Utah a 121-119 win over Dallas.

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Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors up 54-41 on the Rockets with a half quarter left before half time. 66% of GSW shots have been uncontested. Season high for uncontested shots was 59% Nov. 9th against the Kings

Hood's 3-pointer sends game to overtime
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Jazz guard Rodney Hood hits a difficult corner 3-pointer with 1.5 seconds to send the game to OT, where Utah would eventually win.

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Powell tries to bring the rim down
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J.J. Barea's pass was nice, and Dwight Powell gave it the finish it deserved.

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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Jazz 121, Mavs 119 (final in OT). Gordon Hayward drills a stepback jumper over Zaza Pachulia to send the Mavs into the All-Star break with a loss.

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Steph Curry goes 6-of-7 for 19 first quarter points. Visible emotion as he takes to the bench? Anger, that he didn't hit that bomb over Josh Smith at the buzzer

HS game ends in fullcourt buzzer-beater

This shot guarantees Jacob Reimold will forever live in Reynolds Junior-Senior High School lore.

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Calvin Watkins ESPN Staff Writer 

After one quarter, Steph Curry has 19 points and James Harden has zero. Guess who's winning? Warriors 42, Rockets 27.

Kings rout Bruins in Lucic's return to Boston
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In his first game back at the TD Garden since being traded, Milan Lucic finished with a goal and assist in Los Angeles' 9-2 win. It was the 4th time in the past 20 years that at least nine different players scored for a team in a game.

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Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

As you can see, we just couldn't get San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich to stop talking in his post game presser.

Steph tearing up first quarter

Steph Curry is ripping up the Rockets defense, with 16 points on 6-for-6 shooting in the game's first 10 minutes. Splash Brother Klay Thompson has 10 as Golden State leads by 12. Follow live

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Mavs 110, Jazz 110 headed to OT. Utah's Rodney Hood has a game-high 26 points, including the tying 3 with 1.4 seconds left.

Tennessee tries to emulate Monmouth
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The Volunteers bench had a celebration that would make Monmouth proud by "eating a bowl of cereal" after a layup.

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Celtics comeback ends in foul fashion
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Boston erased a 18-point fourth quarter deficit, but Avery Bradley's foul with 0.6 seconds left resulted in the winning point for Milwaukee.

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Lee rises up, throws down alley-oop
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Isaiah Briscoe finds Marcus Lee. Marcus Lee finds the basket. No. 22 Kentucky is cruising past Georgia live on ESPN.

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Warriors look to stay perfect at home

Golden State is a perfect 23-0 in Oakland this season and 46-4 overall. The Warriors will look to improve on both marks when they host the Rockets. Follow live

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kurt Rambis says the coaching staff knows that quick point guards are going to give Jose Calderon problems. John Wall had 28 points (10-for-24) and 17 assists tonight.