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George drops 37 in 20 minutes, says 'I'm back'
In his second game as a Clipper, Paul George scored 37 points, the most in NBA history in fewer than 21 minutes, to help LA demolish the Hawks 150-101 on Saturday in his home debut.[read more]

College football power rankings: Clemson just keeps winning
The Tigers moved to the top spot in the rankings after their 26th win in a row.[read more]

Sources: Astros exec asked scouts to spy in '17
An Astros front-office executive emailed scouts and asked them to spy on opponents' dugouts leading up to the 2017 postseason, sources familiar with the request told ESPN.[read more]

Oklahoma stuns Baylor with historic 25-point rally
Oklahoma kept its College Football Playoff hopes alive by putting together its biggest comeback win in school history.[read more]

Euro 2020 qualifying: Who will reach the finals?
Here we take a look at who is in pole position and who might make a late run as Euro 2020 qualifying edges to a close.[read more]

UFC Fight Night Brazil: Who's next for Blachowicz, Shogun, Oliveira?
Charles Oliveira won his sixth straight in impressive fashion, so who's next for him and other key fighters?[read more]

Tua's injury overshadows epic OU comeback and more in Week 12
Alabama's star QB went down with a season-ending hip injury against Mississippi State, eclipsing a wild Sooners comeback and more Week 12 ups and downs.[read more]

Harden pours in 49, hoisting career-high 41 shots
James Harden scored 49 points on a whopping 41 shots from the field and the undermanned Houston Rockets won their seventh straight game, 125-105 over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Saturday night.[read more]

Tagovailoa's season done with dislocated hip
Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa will miss the rest of the season with a dislocated right hip but is expected to make a full recovery.[read more]

Kap throws for 8 teams, tells NFL, 'Stop running'
Colin Kaepernick completed a 40-minute workout for what his agent said were representatives from eight NFL teams at an Atlanta-area high school on Saturday.[read more]