While You Were Working: 1.2.13

Kobe Bryant on the Lakers: We're old as sh*t.


The Harlem Globetrotters will strap on some custom cleats and do their thing on ice on Jan. 7 in Michigan.


Jay-Z and Coldplay brought in the New Year at Barclays Center.


Jay is also writing the score for The Great Gatsby.


Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett is set to sue the NCAA over sanctions, a move that pleases the Paterno family.


John Boehner's days may be numbered as Speaker, as he faces strong backlash for failing to bring a Sandy relief bill to the floor before the House closed session after averting the fiscal cliff.


Another American journalist has been kidnapped in Syria, a conflict that the UN estimates has how cost over 60,000 Syrian lives.


A special report from TIME, goes inside the Taliban bomb-making operation in Afghanistan.


The Nets are going with PJ one way or another. Apparently, if they can't get Phil Jackson, Carlesimo may have the job for the rest of the season.


The son of LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling was found dead this morning of a apparent drug overdose.


Dirk Nowitzki began to find his form in his fifth game of the season.


Derrick Rose will travel with the Bulls for the first time this season, though he won't be on the bench.


Offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter signed a two-year extension with the Falcons, ending speculation he may take one of the many vacant head-coaching opportunities.


Ray Lewis news has taken over Twitter all day. Say goodbye to one of the greatest — if not the greatest ever.



Tyga and Game take us behind the scenes for their video shoot for "Switch Lanes"

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