Good Morning: 1.18.13

LeBron James scored 39 points and Dwyane Wade added 29 on his 31st birthday as the Heat beat the Lakers 99-90.


The 2013 All-Star rosters were announced. Four Lakers made the team.


The Jets plan on making a GM hire within 24 hours. PFT thinks the Jets are lucky Manti Te'o is keeping their dysfunction off the news.


Carmelo scored 26 points as the Knicks beat the Pistons in London. Rasheed Wallace also says he'll play basketball again this season.


Andy Reid discusses what attracted him to KC while grading his tenure in Philly.


Maria Sharapova crushed Venus Williams at the Australian Open to reach the fourth round. Novak Djokovic won his 17th straight match against Radek Stepanek, as he seeks to become the first person to win three consecutive Australian Open titles.


Djokovic also had some words for Lance Armstrong, saying he should “suffer for his lies.” Lance went on Oprah to confess the worst-kept secret in recent memory, calling himself a “deeply flawed bully.”

Chris Paul talks to Cliff Paul.



TIME looks at the brain chemistry and psychology behind falling in love with an online relationship. Yesterday, they took a fascinating look at the brain during a shootout.


The Milwaukee Bucks beat the Phoenix Suns 98-94 to end a 26-year drought in Arizona.


Notre Dame's response to the Manti Te'o news was swift and direct when they hired private investigators to get ahead of the story to support their player. That wasn't the case in defense of a Notre Dame student who accused a football player of rape and committed suicide 10 days later.


Plus, a take on Manti Te'o from a Notre Dame student, including that it was widely known on campus that Te'o had relations with other girls during his time at ND.




Chief Keef was sentenced to two months for violating probation.


Wale drops a video for "Never Never".



A$AP Rocky recalls his first rhymes.




Google took a shot at Facebook saying they are “doing a really bad job on their products.”


President Obama is evaluating education reform, which has been called the biggest civil rights issue of our generation by Arne Duncan, the Secretary of Education.


Cinemark reopened their theater in Aurora, Colorado, billing the opening as a “night of remembrance.




Survey's show college and high school students in a post-Columbine world are much more comfortable with guns, and nearly a 60 percent plan to own gun. Other gun-related findings from the study:

• High school and college students who regularly play video games more than four hours a day are 50 percent more likely than those who typically don’t play video games to say they plan to own a gun.
About half the young people who identified themselves as “depressed, “stressed out” and/or “have difficulty making friends” plan to have a gun in their households.
• Half of black respondents fear gun violence, compared with only 31 percent of white respondents. Blacks also were less likely to report planning on owning a gun in the future.
• Young females are more likely to say they fear gun violence than young males, 40 percent compared with 32 percent.




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