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Mavs rally to blow out Heat behind 37-2 run
Charlie Villanueva scored 20 points, and the Dallas Mavericks went on an unbelievable 37-2 run in the second half to embarrass the Miami Heat 93-72 on Friday night.
LeBron return sparks Cavs to 9th win in row
Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving combined for 44 points, and LeBron James scored 19 in his return from a one-game absence, leading the Cleveland Cavaliers past the Sacramento Kings 101-90 on Friday night for their ninth straight win.
NFLPA president apologizes for Goodell jabs
NFL Players Association president Eric Winston apologized Friday for comments he made earlier in the day about commissioner Roger Goodell that appeared in an online column.
Hawks' rally halts Blazers, extends streak
The Atlanta Hawks overcame 37 points by Portland's LaMarcus Aldridge to extend their franchise-record winning streak to 18 games by beating the Trail Blazers 105-99 on Friday night.
Goodell: Pursuing Deflategate aggressively
The NFL is conducting a "serious" and "thorough" investigation into the deflation of footballs in the AFC Championship Game, commissioner Roger Goodell said Friday.
Tiger has career-worst 82, misses cut
Tiger Woods bogeyed the final hole to shoot the worst 18-hole score of his career with an 82 at the Waste Management Phoenix Open on Friday, missing the cut for the second consecutive event.
Hernandez trial, Day 2: Testimony resumes
The judge overseeing former New England Patriots standout Aaron Hernandez's murder trial says jurors can watch this weekend's Super Bowl but must be vigilant for any mention of him.
Hundreds lose out on tickets to Super Bowl
Hundreds of fans won't be going to Super Bowl XLIX after brokers and resale sites reneged on tickets that they already sold fans.
Cousins replaces Kobe on West All-Star team
Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins will replace injured Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant at the 2015 NBA All-Star Game, commissioner Adam Silver announced Friday.
Betting big: '14 sets marks for Nevada books
Nevada sports bettors wagered more -- and lost more -- than ever in 2014.