Good Morning: The Thunder Won But JR Smith Made it Rain in NYC

Carmelo Anthony wasn't able to play against the OKC Thunder last night, and Kevin Durant's 34 were too much for the rest of the Knicks to overcome – despite JR Smith's best efforts. The Thunder won 95-94.


Amare and Serge Ibaka went at it.




This is what JR Smith was working with last night. He dropped 36.




St. Louis Rams RB Steven Jackson has voided his contract, making him a free agent.


Jadaveon Clowney took out a $5 million insurance policy.


Richard Sherman went off on Skip Bayless yesterday.


The Denver Broncos are trying to get Elvis Dumervil to restructure his contract. We warned you this was coming.


Michigan State kept Big Ten title hopes alive by crushing Wisconsin, 58-43.


JaVale McGee swatted Matt Barnes and signed the ball.






Audio Push and Hit-Boy drop a video for “Them N*ggas”




Hurricane Sandy has claimed Jay-Z's 40/40 Club a it's latest victim.


Chris Brown isn't trying to make friends. He let out a “F*ck Drake” at a club last night.


With performances from Flying Lotus and Mac Miller, Earl Sweatshirt previewed three tracks from his upcoming album.




Kendrick was named MTV's Hottest MC and performed “Poetic Justice” in celebration. He added that he enjoys the competitive nature of the list.



Snoop Lion wrote “Heaven” for some of his fallen friends.






The New Yorker guides you through Facebook's new look.


Why is North Korea threatening nuclear action and how serious is it?


As Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez gets laid to rest, the NYT looks at his legacy. His body will be placed in a permanent display.


The FBI is investigating incidents of racism at Oberlin college, after someone was seen wearing a KKK robe and fliers with the n-word were found around campus.


A former George W. Bush lawyer has sided with President Obama on the drone issue. So you know it's bad.





Juicy J hit up Big Sean and Jeezy for the latest single from his upcoming album, Stay Trippy.



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