Good Morning: Steph Curry Iced The Mavs

Draymond Green and Stephen Curry led the Warriors on a storming comeback to beat the Mavericks after Curry nailed a game-winning three, giving him 33 points on the night with 10 dimes.


Carmelo Anthony had 30 points and 10 boards, which gave the Knicks a 20-point lead in the fourth quarter which they nearly blew to the Bulls in an 83-78 victory.


Russ was the man for OKC, dropping 27 points in 27 minutes, as the Thunder took care of the Grizz, 116-100.


The New York Yankees turned down a trade offer from the Cincinnati Reds, who offered Brandon Phillips for Bret Gardner.


MLB will ban collisions at home plate.


George W. Bush sent Alabama kicker Cade Foster a letter of support following his bad day against Auburn.


Andre Johnson gave out over $17,000 worth of toys to kids in Houston.


Doc Rivers got a standing O at the Garden before his Clippers took care of the Celtics.






ScHoolboy Q finally announced his album release date: February 25.


R. Kelly announced a Christmas album.


Casey Veggies and Rockie Fresh drop a video for their upcoming collab album.





The man accused of faking sign language at the Nelson Mandela memorial says he was actually having a schizophrenic episode.


Yale discovered what they believe to be the oldest memoir written by an African American Austin Reed, who kept a journal while imprisoned in the 1850s.


Meet America's first potential pot-dealing Mayor. Seriously, though, he reads like a great guy. Will be a very interesting election.


A 16-year old in Texas was driving drunk and killed four people, but didn't receive any jail time after his attorney argued he suffered from "affluenza" because his uber-wealthy parents never punished him or taught him right from wrong. Excuse me while I rip my hair out.





Busta and Q-Tip drop off their highly anticipated mixtape, The Abstract and The Dragon