Good Morning: Steph Curry and A.I. Are Getting Busy

Looks like Andre Iguodala is setting in to Golden State just fine, as he and Steph Curry, who racked up a triple-double, handed Philly their first loss of the season.


Oregon RB De'Anthony Thomas says the Ducks should be able to put up "at least 40" on Stanford this weekend. Ducks QB Marcus Mariota extended his Heisman lead, according to the USA Today Poll, despite taking a week off, while Jameis Winston tore up Miami.


Aaron Rodgers was knocked out of Green Bay's 27-20 MNF loss to the Chicago Bears following this hit from Shea McLellin. Rodgers did not return.


The Yankees and Red Sox both made qualifying offers to their major free agents, including Mike Napoli, Jacoby Ellsbury, Robinson Cano and Curtis Granderson.


The NYT reports A-Rod tested positive for stimulants in 2006 in their write-up describing the kangaroo court nature of the A-Rod trials.


Mariano Rivera and Francisco Liriano were named Comeback Players of the Year in their respective leagues.


The Seattle Mariners narrowed their coaching search to four. Perhaps one of them can help Felix Hernandez find a new house, after his burned down yesterday.


Reports state Texans head coach Gary Kubiak suffered a mini-stroke during SNF.


A jury in Miami found 22-year-old Eric Rivera guilty of murdering former Redskins safety Sean Taylor. He faces life in prison.


Michael Carter-Williams became the first player since Shaq to win Conference Player of the Week in the first week of his career.


Cavs center Andrew Bynum says he isn't sure whether his former explosiveness will return.


Victor Oladipo expressed interest in competing in the 2014 NBA Dunk Contest.


Chris Bosh and his wife welcomed a baby girl into the world yesterday.


CP3 did his thing in Houston, as the Clippers ran the Rockets out of the Staples Center, 137-118.


In addition to one of the greatest basketball players of all time, Bill Russell also appears to give one hell of a hug.


Good effort here from Kentucky freshman James Young, who went after a loose ball and saved it from going out of bounds. Unfortunately, his heave to keep the ball in went straight into his own basket.




Kanye West postponed two more concerts on his Yeezus tour due to missing equipment.


Here's how to get HBO without cable.


DMX was arrested again in South Carolina.


Oprah made $600,000 at her yard sale. All proceeds went to her school.




Child care now costs more than college in the United States.


The Senate passed legislation making it illegal to discriminate based on sexual orientation or preference in the workplace, a bill unlikely to pass the House of Representatives after Speaker John Boehner spoke out against it.


A 20-year-old male ran up in a mall in New Jersey and started shooting a rifle. He didn't injure anyone else, but did turn the gun on himself and took his life. Eric Holder says there must be new standards for dealing with active shooters, which have tripled in the last few years as the number of people dying in such incidents has quadrupled.


The though U.S. public is largely against the N.S.A.'s strategies, politicians can't agree on what measures to take to limit their scope of spying, so nothing will change. They clearly don't know it's Drizzy season #NWTS.


Over 50 percent of the United States made less than $28,000 in 2012, the lowest rate since 1998. Meanwhile, corporate profits have doubled, reaching record highs.


Conservatives in Colorado want to secede from the United States.




Troy Ave dropped an album, New York City, with a money-back guarantee. Here's a sample. You buying?