The Miami Dolphins ended their four-game losing streak with a sack of Andy Dalton in the end zone with 6:38 left in overtime, ending the game on a safety. The Dolphins won 22-20, as Dalton threw three picks to put the Bengals in a hole.
Just a week after declaring he'd like to test the waters of free agency, Carmelo Anthony told New York media that he'd like to retire as a Knickerbocker.
Kobe Bryant will receive a $24 million check today.
Chris Paul scored 42 points during a fantastic game between two West Coast gunslingers, as the LA Clippers beat the GS Warriors 126-115. Steph Curry scored 30 points with nine three-pointers.
Arizona State whipped up on WSU 55-21, after seven touchdowns from Taylor Kelly.
Tampa Bay defensive coordinator Bill Sheridan says the criticism of head coach Greg Schiano isn't warranted, which begs the question: how many consecutive losses can one team suffer before criticizing the head coach is warranted?
Alex Rodriguez criticizes the MLB for "gross, ongoing misconduct."
The New York Yankees have their free agent menu set, and will be selecting from Matt Garza, Stephen Drew, Jacoby Ellsbury, Brian McCann, Carlos Beltran and Sin Soo Choo.
World Series ratings jump by 17 percent from 2012.
Derrick Rose is back, y'all.
Kanye West postponed his Yeezus tour after an LED screen was damaged in an auto accident.
A$AP Rocky released a video for "Angels."
Odd Future released a short horror film in honor of Halloween.
DID YOU REALIZE?
Voters in Colorado will decide how much to tax weed. It could be as high as 25 percent.
48 million people will have their food stamps reduced as recession funds expired.
Wal-Mart is turning Black Friday into Black November.
Federal officers discovered a 600 yard tunnel between the Mexican border and San Diego, complete with ventilation, lights and an electronic rail system used for smuggling drugs.
Remember when stop-and-frisk was delcared unconstitutional and sweeping changes were ordered? They were all undone by a judge on Thursday. Happy Halloween.
GOTTA HAVE IT
Lil' Kim released a Halloween special, "Dead Gal Walking."