The stakes aren't as high as their last Game 7, but the top-seeded Spurs are still fighting for their playoffs lives, writes Dave McMenamin.
LeBron James watched the Cleveland Browns get shut out by Baltimore on Monday night and came to one simple conclusion: He could help.
Rookie Brandon Jennings scored a career-high 55 points, including 29 in the third quarter, to lead the Milwaukee Bucks to a come-from-behind 129-125 victory Saturday over the Golden State Warriors.
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Tony Parker scored 23 points and Tim Duncan shook off a terrible game to score the Spurs' final five points in their sixth straight victory, 89-86 over the slumping Warriors.