1. Colin Kaepernick Helps Get Plane to Bring Food and Water to Somalia

    Colin Kaepernick helped secure a plane to send resources to the people of Somalia by raising awareness of the country's famine...

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  2. West Virginia's Esa Ahmad Throws Down Dunk After Nathan Adrian Saves Loose Ball

    West Virginia's stifling defense forced 13 turnovers during Saturday's 83-71 round-of-32 victory over Notre Dame. One of the Mountaineers' six steals featured a team effort that culminated in a forceful dunk...

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  3. Daryl Morey Shows MVP Support for James Harden with 'Random Combo of Numbers'

    Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey has made a living studying numbers. The analytically inclined executive also must know that although a bevy of stats exists, the masses will flock to certain benchmarks...

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  4. B/R Compiles Top Dunks from NCAA Tournament's Round of 64

    Thirty-two teams remained in the NCAA tournament entering the weekend. Before diving into the Round of 32, let's appreciate some highlights from the opening slate. Bleacher Report collected some of the Round of 64's best slam dunks...

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  5. Referee Stuns Players by Throwing Down Vicious Windmill Dunk

    No matter what referees do, one side always hates them. That is unless one of them conducts a personal dunk contest during a break. Recently, to the delight of players and fans alike, an official did just that...

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  6. Former Florida State DB Myron Rolle to Begin Harvard Medical Residency in July

    Former Florida State football standout Myron Rolle announced Friday he was accepted for a neurosurgery residency at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital...

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  7. The Top 15 Highest Scoring MLB Games in History

    MLB fans who enjoy quick, low-scoring pitching duels came to the wrong place. As teams gear up for Opening Day, baseball seeks answers to expediting pace of play. Signaling an intentional walk will spare a few seconds...

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  8. Florida's Canyon Barry Sinks Underhanded Free Throws vs. Eastern Tennessee State

    The NCAA tournament presented a national stage for Canyon Barry to showcase his family's vintage free-throw technique. Like his father, Hall of Famer Rick Barry, the Gators senior shoots foul shots underhanded...

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  9. Princeton Misses Potential Game-Winning Shot in Closing Seconds vs. Notre Dame

    No. 12 seed Princeton nearly began Thursday's March Madness slate with an upset over No. 5 seed Notre Dame. Down one point with the ball, the Tigers had a clear look at a possible game-winning dagger...

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  10. East Tennessee State Coach Steve Forbes Speaks to Team Before Facing Florida

    Thursday's matchup against No. 4 seed Florida marked No. 13 seed Eastern Tennessee State's first NCAA tournament game since 2010. Before the game, head coach Steve Forbes rallied his squad with a stirring pregame speech...

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  11. West Virginia's Elijah Macon Gets Hit in Face by Basketball vs. Bucknell

    During his team's first-round NCAA tournament matchup Thursday, West Virginia's Elijah Macon suffered a moment far more painful than watching a March Madness sleeper get ousted...

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  12. Russell Westbrook on Stephen Curry Picking James Harden for MVP: 'Who's He?'

    Stephen Curry seemingly struck a nerve with Russell Westbrook by selecting James Harden as his non-Golden State Warriors MVP, per NBC Sports' Dan Feldman . "You kind of have to reward the better team, I would think, record-wise," Curry said...

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  13. Butler's Tyler Wideman Emphatically Rejects Winthrop's Keon Johnson

    During a first-round NCAA tournament matchup Thursday, Winthrop's Keon Johnson burst to the basket in hopes of finishing his one-man transition with a layup. Butler's Tyler Wideman had other ideas...

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  14. Twitter Reacts to Indiana Firing Head Coach Tom Crean During NCAA Tournament

    Right as Thursday's NCAA tournament action commenced, the Indiana Hoosiers announced the firing of men's basketball head coach Tom Crean ...

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  15. UNC Wilmington's Devontae Cacok Slams Down Alley-Oop vs. Virginia

    No. 12 seed UNC Wilmington came out firing on all cylinders in its opening-round NCAA tournament clash with No. 5 Virginia on Thursday...

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  16. Tony Romo Received $64.11 Bonus for Playing 1 Drive in 2016

    Tony Romo 's brief Week 17 return at most amounted to a short audition for a new gig. Yet it turns out the lone series also earned the quarterback a microscopic bonus. According to NFL...

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  17. Celtics Fill Rookie Jaylen Brown's Car with Popcorn

    If there's one thing athletes love, it's messing with younger teammates. If there's another thing they love, it's wasting popcorn...

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  18. Sports Teams Celebrate Pi Day on Twitter

    Whether sabermetric savants or supporters of basic counting stats and averages, sports fans spend plenty of time analyzing numbers. It's only fitting for teams from all leagues to unite on March 14, the celebration of Pi Day...

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  19. Interpreter for Dodgers' Kenta Maeda Deadlifts 405 Pounds

    As the Los Angeles Dodgers prepare for the upcoming MLB season, they have received some spring training motivation from an unlikely source...

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  20. Le'Veon Bell Laughs at LaVar Ball Claiming He Could Beat Michael Jordan 1-on-1

    LaVar Ball, the confident father of teenage basketball prospects Lonzo, LaMelo and LiAngelo, recently told USA Today 's Josh Peter he "would kill Michael Jordan one-on-one" back in his prime...

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  21. Snowboarders Record Moose Chasing Them Down Run

    Two snowboarders at Breckenridge Ski Resort in Colorado faced surprising company when a moose ran down the course. Cheri Luther filmed and posted the tense moment when she and her friend witnessed the animal galloping along the course...

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  22. John Harbaugh Recalls Jim Getting Competitive in Family Pickup Basketball Game

    Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh is the type of unapologetic competitor who will routinely throw sideline tantrums . Winning is his main concern, even in a family pickup basketball game...

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  23. Men Play Golf with Tennis Ball in Times Square During Snowstorm

    Winter Storm Stella hit the East Coast on Monday evening into Tuesday morning. Although New York City has yet to receive as much snow as originally expected, the conditions still ...

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  24. March Madness 2017: Sleeper Picks with Bracket-Busting Potential

    Now that the 2017 NCAA tournament brackets are available for consumption, the fun begins. College hoops fiends can finally redirect their obsession from bubble teams to sleeper schools positioned to muddle brackets...

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  25. NCAA Women's Basketball Bracket 2017: Selection Show TV, Live Stream Schedule

    This is going to shock some folks, but the Connecticut Huskies will enter 2017's NCAA women's basketball tournament as heavy favorites...

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