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  • Shorthanded Celtics fall on road to Nets

    Guards Kyrie Irving and Marcus Smart did not play in the loss against Brooklyn

    WCVB
  • Oklahoma State has the edge against turnover-prone Baylor

    The Big 12 has had a lot of movers and shakers this season with Oklahoma State and Baylor being two teams that don’t steal the headlines with each being in a rebuild. With the Bears losing leading overall scorer Tristan Clark, it is now an interesting game to bet on. The Cowboys are coming off

    New York Post
  • Bose wants to keep the sounds of the road out of your vehicle

    If the sounds of the road are interrupting your road trip playlist, Bose might have the solution. The company announced its new QuietComfort Road Noise Control system designed to cancel out all of the sounds that seep in from outside of your vehicle

    Engadget
  • Nets keep showing improvement with revenge win over Grizzlies

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — When the Nets hosted the Grizzlies on Nov. 30, they were humiliated by Michael Conley. But that was a different Nets team. This new, improved version of the Nets ground out a professional 109-100 win before 16,683 at FexEd Forum on Friday. The Nets (19-21) tipped off a three-game road trip with

    New York Post
  • NBA roundup: Harden nets 61 to keep streak rolling

    Houston superstar James Harden continued his historic streak Wednesday night by scoring a career-high and franchise-record 61 points, but it was Eric Gordon who drained the biggest shot, a 3-pointer with nine seconds left that gave the Rockets the lead for good in a wild 114-110 win over the host New York Knicks.

    U.S.
  • Prairie View A&M controls turnover-prone Grambling in win

    PRAIRIE VIEW, Texas (AP) - Gary Blackston scored 21 points with eight rebounds, Dennis Jones scored 16 and Prairie View A&M capitalized on Grambling miscues for an 83-66 win on Monday night. The Panthers (7-11, 5-0 Southwestern Athletic Conference) now have won six straight, the longest streak during coach Bryron

    The Washington Times
  • Russell leads offensive barrage as Nets keep up torrid pace

    It had been over four years since the Nets had taken their homecourt as a winning team. Apparently it suits them. Against a high-scoring Kings team, they put on their own offensive clinic. The Nets took apart Sacramento 123-94 before 14,233 at Barclays Center on Monday, continuing their run as one of the hottest teams

    New York Post