The Knicks erased a 12-point deficit in the fourth quarter to give the Spurs their first home-loss of the season. The Knicks will tie the best start in franchise history with a win against Memphis tonight.
The Heat beat Denver on the road for the first time in ten years, despite playing without Dwyane Wade and losing Mario Chalmers in the first quarter to injury.
The Bills' defense managed to hold off the Miami Dolphins. Proud of that one, Bills fans?
Miguel Cabrera beat out Mike Trout for the AL MVP, by a wider margin than most anticipated, while Buster Posey took home the award in the NL.
Jeffery Loria, owner of the Florida Marlins, just completed another firesale. He's clearly put making money far above winning, and his execution of it all leaves Jonah Keri in awe.
It's headlines like this that make KG one of a kind: Avery Johnson is sick of Kevin Garnett knowing all the Nets' plays.
Brian Urlacher on concussions: If you don't want one, don't play. I've got a feeling that with attitude like that, a lot of young kids won't.
Mike D'Antoni was at ease during his first press conference in L.A., and reached out to Magic Johnson, who hasn't been pleased with the Lakers' moves.
Rihanna kicked off her latest world tour in Mexico.
She's also going HAM on the tour plane.
And, her song with Chris Brown, “Nobody's Business” leaked yesterday.
Young Dro has changed his name to 3krazy.
50 Cent was granted a promotional license in Nevada.
DID YOU REALIZE?
War is imminent between Israel and the Palestinians, as Israel has mobilized their troops after the two sides exchanged heavy fire yesterday.
Egypt sent their Prime Minister to Gaza to show support for the Palestinians, which enacted a cease-fire that never really ceased.
Here are photos of the destruction from Israel and Gaza.
General Petraeus is set to provide his testimony about the attacks on Benghazi today in D.C.
A woman drove her car onto an airport runway in Phoenix yesterday, with her child in the car. She “may have been impaired.”
GOTTA HAVE IT
Vinny Cha$e and Kid Art check in with a new track, “Harlem Roses.”
WHO GON' STOP ME?