Xavier player nails 80-foot jumper at halftime buzzer, but it doesn't count
Sergey Kovalev has revealed he has signed an agreement for a rematch with WBA Super, IBF and WBO world light-heavyweight champion Andre Ward. Russia's Kovalev (30-1-1-KO26) handed over the three titles in Las Vegas back in November after finding himself on the wrong end of a controversial unanimous decision -- despite sending Ward to the canvas in the second round. Now looking for revenge, the 33-year-old said via social media: "A couple of days ago I signed a new memo for a rematch which was sent to me by Roc Nation. Still waiting on 'Son of Judges' to sign it." 'Son of Judges' is a thinly veiled jibe at Ward, who calls himself 'Son of God' -- and Kovalev's trainer John David Jackson was quick
LeBron James suffered a scratched cornea Friday night when he went up for a layup late in the third quarter and Jeremy Lamb tried to contest and caught him clean across the face. LeBron got the and-1, but had trouble keeping his eye open in postgame interviews Friday. Saturday he did play — wearing protective goggles. As you can see above. That lasted about a minute. LeBron was likely frustrated as the Cavaliers defensive woes had the Wizards up double digits much of the first half.
Amid thousands of blank stares, there was one villainous smile. The smile came from Oregon’s Dillon Brooks as he strutted back down the Sprint Center floor. Then he looked up to the crowd and saw those stares. A year after falling short at this very stage, Brooks and Tyler Dorsey led No. 3 seed Oregon