Good Morning: What Are They Putting On The Rims In OKC?

The Oklahoma City Thunder took care of the LA Clippers 105-91 behind 28 points from KD to remain undefeated at home. There might be something going on with the rims in OKC though; at halftime, the fifth fan of the year made a halfcourt shot at halftime.


A-Rod's lawyers vowed to release all evidence related to the case and take it all the way to federal court if necessary. 


Jimmy Graham's touchdown helped the Saints get past the Falcons 17-13, and also tied Tony Gonzalez's record for most 100-yard games in a season, breaking Atlanta's goalpost with his celebration.



Roddy White and the Atlanta Falcons will reportedly agree to a "reasonable" extension.


David Beckham says he's excited about bringing an MLS team to Miami.


Mike Woodson was complaining about calls 'Melo doesn't get.


Lane Kiffin says USC should hire Ed Orgeron.


Here are the top five plays from last night's NBA action.




I was made to believe this was going to be a full track when I marked it off for GM, but it's only a snippet which I find highly annoying. Anyway, since it's Bey, and you might be mad at me for not including it, here ya go.


A Tribe Called Quest reunited as the opening act on Kanye's Yeezus tour and performed in BK.


Pharrell and Pusha T performed "S.N.I.T.C.H." on Jimmy Kimmel.


John Legend performed for NPR's Tiny Desk Concert series.




Open enrollment for Obamacare was pushed back until 2015.


Cameras caught cops in Miami frisking, harassing and handing out tickets for no reason, including trespassing tickets to a man who worked at the gas station in which he received the ticket–over 60 times.


China flew their first stealth drone.




Trae Tha Truth reminisces about his old school with Snoop Dogg, with Floyd Mayweather on the hypeman duties.