Good Morning: The Knicks Benched JR Smith, Beat Heat By 10

The New York Knicks continued their upward climb towards .500 with their third straight victory, a 102-92 win over the Miami Heat. The team was fueled by Carmelo Anthony's 29 points, Raymond Felton's 14 dimes, and the absence of JR Smith, who was benched and fined $50,000 for his shoelace prank. The Knicks have now beaten Miami four of the last five times they've played, going back to last season.


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Dan LeBatard has been barred from voting in future MLB Hall of Fame votes for giving his vote away to Deadspin.


OJ Simpson's lawyer says his client did not ask President Obama for a pardon, contrary to reports on the web.

Here are the NBA highlights from last night.




HBO announced the next season of Boardwalk Empire will be the final season.


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Jae Millz rhymed over Pete Rock and CL Smooth's classic. Bold.




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Busta Rhymes and Azaelia Banks hopped on Beyonce's "Partition."

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