Orlando Magic guard Victor Oladipo may be named NBA Rookie of the Year this season. But even if he's not, the former Indiana Hoosier star will always have the moment he enjoyed Tuesday night. The 21-year-old schooled Portland Trail Blazers veteran Mo Williams on a killer crossover in a 95-85 Magic victory that snapped Orlando's nine-game losing streak.
We've seen moves like this before. But Williams (who was an All-Star in 2009 playing alongside LeBron James) looked like he was on skates. And Portland big man Robin Lopez wasn't exactly put in the best light either.
New MLB payroll kings
Moving to baseball, the Los Angeles Dodgers — not the New York Yankees — are the biggest spenders in the big leagues. It's the first time since 1998 the Pinstripes don't hold the honor. The reigning NL West champions have a projected payroll of $235 million while the Yankees come in at $204 millilon.
— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) March 26, 2014
Finally, that was the scene in Buffalo as the Bills honored the passing of owner Ralph Wilson, who died Tuesday at the age of 95.
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