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  • NY Giants co-owner Steve Tisch on creating a Super Bowl life

    By Chris Taylor NEW YORK (Reuters) - It is hard to know which business is trickier: Hollywood, with its cinematic hits and misses, or the National Football League, where Super Bowl success is so elusive. There is one person one could ask: Steve Tisch, the producer of iconic films like "Forrest Gump" as well as co-owner of the New York Giants. For the latest in Reuters' Life Lessons series, Tisch spoke about what he has learned from a unique lifetime spent among giants of the football and entertainment worlds. […]

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    Kevin Durant took it to his former team on Wednesday, erupting for 40 points to propel the Golden State Warriors to a 121-100 NBA triumph over the Oklahoma City Thunder. Durant, who scored 39 points in the Warriors 26-point win over the Thunder in November, was brutally efficient, connecting on 13 of his 16 shots from the field, including five of seven from three-point range. Durant downplayed the significance of facing his former club. […]

  • Westbrook vows retribution after hard foul

    (Reuters) - Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook offered a warning that he will seek retribution for a hard foul on him on Wednesday by Golden State's Zaza Pachulia. Pachulia delivered a flagrant foul on Westbrook late in the second quarter of the Warriors' 121-100 rout of the Thunder, striking the guard in the face as he attempted a shot then appearing to stand over him as he lay on the court. "I'm going to get his ass back," Westbrook told reporters. […]

  • Durant propels Warriors to rout of Thunder

    Kevin Durant again came up big against his former team, pouring in a season-high 40 points to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 121-100 NBA victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder. Durant, who departed Oklahoma City as a free agent in the off-season, had scored 39 against the Thunder when the teams met for the first time this season in November. On Wednesday he provided 13 points in a third-quarter surge that saw the Warriors seize a 93-78 lead in a game that was knotted at 56-56 at halftime. […]

  • Torn Achilles may have ended Gay's season

    (Reuters) - Sacramento Kings forward Rudy Gay is believed to have suffered a season-ending torn left Achilles on Wednesday, the team announced. Gay went down in the third quarter of Sacramento’s 106-100 loss to the Indiana Pacers. The Kings will perform an MRI on Gay on Thursday. […]

  • Kings' Gay suffers suspected torn Achilles

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  • Rampant Durant helps Warriors silence Thunder

    (The Sports Xchange) - Kevin Durant terrorized his former team for the second straight time on Wednesday, pouring in a season-high 40 points in the Golden State Warriors' 121-100 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder. Durant, who left the Thunder as a free agent in the off-season and dropped 39 points on them in November, contributed 13 points to a third-quarter flurry as the Warriors (36-6) exploded into a 93-78 lead after having been tied at 56-56 at halftime. Durant's big scoring night, the 47th 40-point game of his career, helped the Warriors overcome Thunder guard Russell Westbrook's 21st triple-double of the season. […]

  • Wizards still hot at home, down Grizzlies 104-101

    John Wall and Otto Porter scored 25 points apiece on Wednesday as the Washington Wizards notched their 13th straight home NBA win, 104-101 over the Memphis Grizzlies. The Grizzlies beat Washington earlier this season after forcing overtime with a long-range basket. […]

  • Rose fuels slumping Knicks to win over Celtics

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  • Brutal workout injuries highlight US college football flaws

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