Good Morning: Miami’s 27-Game Win Streak Screeches To A Halt

The Miami Heat started their 27-game streak on Super Bowl Sunday, but couldn't make it to 28 against the gritty Chicago Bulls who put forth a strong defensive effort in the fourth quarter – which included some hard fouls – to prevent the Heat from making their routine fourth-quarter comeback.




J.R. Smith scored 35 points to lead the Knicks to their sixth win in a row, now the NBA's longest active winning streak.


Reggie Evans grabbed 26 boards to go with his 22 points and a victory for the Brooklyn Nets.


Shaka Smart is turning down UCLA and Minnesota to stay with VCU.


Oscar Pistorius is now able to travel with restrictions.


The Atlanta Falcons signed Osi Umenyiora to a two-year contract. The Hawks clinched their playoff spot with a win over Toronto.


David Phelps struck out nine in his final spring training start before he fills Phil Hughes' spot in the Yankees' rotation.


Blaine Gabbert fires back at some anonymous sources talking S.


Agnieszka Radwanska hit this ridiculous shot last night, went on to win the match and will face Serena in the next round in Miami.



Kobe Bryant does not lose to Minnesota.



Related: Phil Jackson is on Twitter.






Ashley Judd says she is “regretfully” not running for Senate, I assume in the same manner of regret in which I type this sentence.


Meek Mill has cancelled a portion of his European tour due to an unspecified illness.


Waka Flocka Flame explains the beef between he and Gucci Mane – who was denied bond after turning himself in on charges of assault yesterday – and why they'll never work together again.



Pro Era stops by The Backroom.



ScHoolboy Q continues hitting up NYC, this time kicking a freestyle for RapFix.


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Notice your internet running slowly yesterday? Users across the globe experienced slower webs thanks to a massive cyberattack.


The Supreme Court may back off taking any action on gay marriage because the political process is catching up to popular opinion and it would be unnecessary for them to invalidate something that was voted upon in a democratic process – a problematic thing for the courts to do.


The Senate will not get free haircuts anymore. Seriously, all that work running for office and no free trim? What's the point?


Twitter's ad-revenue may hit $1 billion next year.


The US military ran some test flights with B-2 stealth bombers over South Korea yesterday.


Nelson Mandela is back in the hospital with a lung infection.





Go behind-the-scenes with the Miami Heat during their 27-game win streak.




GOTTA HAVE IT started a series called “In The Booth” and got Freeway to kick off the series with his appropriately named, “Hot New Hip Hop.”



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