Good Morning: 12. 20.12


Carmelo Anthony dropped 31 on the Nets and the Knicks picked up the W at Madison Square Garden.


The Clippers picked up their 11th straight win, tying a franchise record for consecutive wins in a season.


Kevin Durant put up 41 and the Thunder held off the Hawks in their 12 straight victory


Texas’ Myck Kabongo will be suspended for the rest of the season. The NCAA, an institution thriving through improper benefits of its own, determined Kabongo not only received impermissible benefits but that he lied to investigators after the fact.


Here’s a look at the redemption story of former Harlem Globetrotter Ernest Wagner Jr. Wagner once tried out for the Milwaukee Hawks (now in ATL) but that was back when NBA teams couldn’t have more than one black player on the team.


Even though Sean Payton is a free agent after this season, Drew Brees is pretty confident his head coach will be back with the 504 boys.


The Jets will consider trading Mark Sanchez.



Joey Bada$$ talks Brooklyn, his musical influences, and his collaboration with Ab-Soul.



For the past 15 years, the most popular hip-hop artists and chart-topping songs ruling radio and online are in The South.


T.I. addressed gun control. Of course he has an interesting take on it.



Don’t ask Keyshia Cole to open up for The Weeknd, especially not in her own hometown. That’s a sure way to piss her off.



The FBI is offering $50,000 for information on two prison escapees of a Chicago high-rise correctional facility. The prisoners escaped through a window that’s supposedly five inches wide and 15 stories high, using bedsheets.


South Korea made history by electing its first female president.


The U.N. is warning the foreign fighters who joined rebels in Syria and even those acting independently that the civil war is only going to get more dangerous. As the war becomes more sectarian in nature, more civilians are tooling up. It could get uglier.


A chain reaction of fiery crashes killed one person and injured 33 others on the Long Island Expressway, but all lanes have since reopened.


It’s been almost four years since the federal government bailed out General Motors with $49.5 billion. Now, the Treasury Department plans to sell 200 million shares back to GM for $5.5 billion.



The government-wide task force to act on gun control starts with VP Joe Biden, but President Obama is calling on Congress to act. The prez wants recommendations no later than January and vows to act on them without delay.


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ASAP has this track new track featuring Kendrick Lamar, Joey Bada$$, Big KRIT


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