3:47 AM ET SAN ANTONIO — Both coaches tossed about the T-word for different reasons Saturday after the Chicago Bulls crushed a 21-point deficit to top the San Antonio Spurs 98-93 — souring a flawless 4-0 start to San Antonio’s six-game homestand. Bulls coach Jim Boylen called starting point guard Ryan Arcidiacono “a tough nut,”
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1:50 AM ET Bellator MMA became the first major MMA promotion to visit the state of Hawaii since 2008 this week, and it did so behind Hawaiian flyweight champion Ilima-Lei Macfarlane. She did not let the promotion down. Macfarlane (9-0) defended her 125-pound title for the second time on Saturday with a third-round submission against
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12:52 AM ET NEW YORK — Saturday night was about more than what happened in the ring for Canelo Alvarez. Sure, if Rocky Fielding had pulled a Rocky Babloa and scored one of the biggest upsets in boxing history by defeating Alvarez it would have changed everything but that was never close to becoming a
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12:30 AM ET NEW YORK — Canelo Alvarez kicked off the richest athlete contract in sports by doing just what was expected on Saturday night at Madison Square Garden. Heavy favorite Alvarez, the unified middleweight world champion and boxing’s biggest star, moved up one weight class and destroyed the game Rocky Fielding with a heavy
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10:03 AM ET Nick DePaulaESPN While he’s most known for wearing collectible kicks worth as much as $20,000 per pair — and sometimes even more — Houston Rockets power forward PJ Tucker has been showcasing a love for sneakers that extends far beyond the hype this season. From obscure, decade-old Kevin Durant models to vintage
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11:44 PM ET NEW YORK — Junior lightweight world titleholder Tevin Farmer said before making his second title defense that he wanted to steal the show from the Canelo Alvarez-Rocky Fielding main event and predicted he would knock out challenger Francisco Fonseca inside four rounds on Saturday night at Madison Square Garden. Although Farmer did
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11:53 PM ET CHARLOTTE, N.C. – A season ago, LeBron James congratulated Lonzo Ball on becoming the youngest player in league history to record a triple-double, breaking his own record. On Saturday, James and Ball set some triple-double history together in the Los Angeles Lakers‘ 128-100 win over the Charlotte Hornets. James (24 points, 12
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