Pretty much everything the Spurs threw up found its way into the basket on Tuesday, which sent the Miami "faithful" heading for the exits early. LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Erik Spoelstra just wish the media had joined the crowd.
Stefanie Dolson takes a spill at the White House, the sorry Knicks put their faith in a coach with zero experience and the struggling Jacksonville Jaguars encourage their fans to forget about football.
Even the Portland police were OK with the way the Trail Blazers took Game 1 of their playoff series from the Rockets. Meanwhile, usually ornery Spurs coach Gregg Popovich had a very personal message for ailing sideline reporter Craig Sager.
Could Candace Parker be getting some company? A'ja Wilson, the undeclared No. 1 prospect in the espnW HoopGurlz Top 100, looks to become the second girl to win the McDonald's slam dunk contest on Monday night when she takes on seven boys.
Before we get to the New Orleans' Pelicans ultra-creepy King Cake Baby, let's warm up with some cute (high school kids asking Olympic skaters to prom) and just plain ugly (Dirk Nowitzki's game-winner against the Knicks).
Yes, we're poking a little fun today as usual (thank you Dale Jr. and Jim Boeheim!). But mostly we're rewatching the cheers for the Nets' Jason Collins as he made his debut as the NBA's first openly gay player Sunday night.
Richard Petty's criticism was bound to come up on media day, and Danica Patrick handled the topic deftly. Not only is he entitled to his opinion, she said, but different perspectives make life interesting.
It's been a rigorous first full Sprint Cup season for Danica Patrick, and the numbers prove it: With fewer than a dozen races left in this inaugural season, she has 1 pole, 1 top-10 finish and 5 laps led.