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B's prospect hospitalized after puck to throat

Malcolm Subban, a Bruins goalie prospect, will remain overnight in a Portland, Maine, hospital after being hit in the throat by a puck Saturday during warm-ups for a Providence Bruins game.

Bruins win on Marchand's OT penalty shot (0:58)

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After presenting the three candidates -- Cam Newton, Devonta Freeman and Antonio Brown -- for the fantasy player of the year award at NFL Honors on Saturday evening, Bills coach Rex Ryan joked on stage, "There was two other guys on there, but we took off Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski for obvious reasons."

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Tyronn Lue on the NBA's last two minute report that determined J.R. Smith shouldn't have been called for a foul on Evan Turner late against Boston on Friday: "It's over now. I don't think that play had anything to do with it. I just think it was a bunch of things that led to that situation, so it happened. They say it wasn't a foul, but there's nothing we can do about it now."

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

With Rajon Rondo back in Boston for Sunday's matinee with the Celtics, Kings coach George Karl discusses his point guard: "Hey, Rajon's a challenge to coach from a standpoint you're always taking the game with him because he knows the game, he's a very intelligent basketball player and everything. Sometimes there's a little bit too much debate, and I think as a coach I have to learn when to open that window up and when to close that window down. And I think that's kind of where we're at right now. He and I have been battling a little bit on getting him to defend on more of a consistent (basis). Last night I thought he was very good defensively for us. He made some random decisions that burnt us with the 3-ball, but I thought being aggressive is always something I would rather have than being passive."

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Sacramento Kings coach George Karl on feeling in limbo as management reportedly weighs a coaching change: "I don't think I'm in limbo. I think I've got a heck of a challenge [against] a [Boston Celtics] team that's played damn well, probably it's best basketball in the last six weeks. If you want to overreact to the last four or five games, that's somebody else's reaction, not my reaction. I think this team is still in a place that we can solve some problems and be good."

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Sacramento Kings coach George Karl on talk about his future with the team: "I have no control of what other people think or whatever people are circulating. My job is to get prepared for Boston. We had a good practice today and I'm with the practice. Boston's playing at a great level. Probably the best they've played in two years. Their win last night was pretty impressive. They kept coming after a team that thought they had them beat about four times and stole the end from them. It was really a gutty win by the Celtics."

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Curiosas analogías en tiempos de Super Bowl

La fascinación por el Super Bowl en los Estados Unidos involucra desde fans hasta estrellas de la NBA, a sabiendas, el colega Martín Bater comparó a 5 jugadores de la NBA con sus colegas de la NFL que se les parezcan en estilo de juego o actitud. Leer

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There's a first time for everything

Avery Bradleys buzzer-beating game winner on Friday was the first of his career. It was Boston's third game-winning buzzer-beater since the start of last season, matching the Magic for the most in the NBA during that span.

Louisville tops Boston College amid self-imposed ban (1:07)

Mitchell soars in for Louisville

It was an easy afternoon for the Cardinals, as seen with this alley-oop by Donovan Mitchell, as they routed Boston College 79-47.

No. 19 Louisville throttling BC at halftime

One day after announcing they would not be going to the postseason, the Cardinals are dominating the Eagles 32-14 at halftime. Jaylen Johnson leads all scorers with 7 points, while Chinanu Onuaku has 7 rebounds. Streaming live on ESPN3


Hello from Louisville's Adel

Deng Adel makes the steal, tiptoes along the sideline then cuts between a couple of Boston College defenders for the bucket as the Cardinals are already up 17 just 8 minutes into the game. (Live on WatchESPN)

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A model of consistency and excellence

Denver has been a perennial contender since Pat Bowlen purchased the franchise. The Broncos are making their seventh trip to the Super Bowl since 1984, with a league-high .614 winning percentage over that stretch.

Watch: Louisville's first game since self-ban

(19) Louisville welcomes lowly Boston College to town one day after it banned itself from postseason play. The Cardinals are one game behind North Carolina for the ACC lead. Streaming live on ESPN3

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