Yesterday's Scores: Knicks 99, 76ers 87; Temple 79, Fairleigh Dickinson 70; Hofstra 84, La Salle 80; Navy 65, Penn 59; Warriors 116, Hornets 99; Lakers 108, Wizards 104; #3 Michigan State 71, #24 Louisville 67; #7 Duke 94, Indiana 74; #13 Gonzaga 69, Washington State 60; Wisconsin 66, #14 Syracuse 58 (OT); Butler 78, #17 Cincinnati 76; #22 SMU 75, TCU 70; Penn State 67, Boston College 58; Notre Dame 84, Illinois 79; Iowa 78, Florida State 75 (OT); LSU 119, North Florida 108; Arizona State 79, Creighton 77; Islanders 2, Rangers 1 (SO); Oilers 3, Bruins 2 (OT)
Today's Schedule: Thunder @ Heat - 7 PM (TNT); Capitals @ Canadiens - 7:30 PM; Blackhawks @ Senators - 7:30 PM; Belmont @ Valparaiso - 8 PM (ESPN3); #1 Kentucky @ UCLA - 9 PM (ESPN); Spurs @ Grizzlies - 9:30 PM (TNT); Pacers @ Trail Blazers - 10 PM; Celtics vs. Kings (from Mexico City) - 10 PM
SIXERS SUSPEND JAHLIL OKAFOR TWO GAMES AFTER NEW FIGHT VIDEO COMES OUT
Yesterday, another video of him in a different fight in Boston was leaked, and it resulted in this:
Obviously, it's a tough time not for just Jahlil, but also for the entire Sixers team.
SIXERS ARE BACK TO NORMAL, FALL TO KNICKS 99-87
For the Knicks, Kristaps Porzingus continues to be a monster for the Knicks. He recorded a double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds, but also had four blocks and two assists. Jerami's brother Jerian Grant scored 12 points, while Carmelo Anthony scored 12 points and had six rebounds. Former St. Joe's Hawk Langston Galloway had two points, three rebounds, and a steal in a little over 22 minutes of play
The team is back in action Saturday afternoon as they host the Denver Nuggets at The Center at 1 PM without Okafor. BUT............
EAGLES INJURY REPORT, CHIP LOOKING AT JOHNNY FOOTBALL, AND BRANDON GRAHAM PROBABLY BLOCKED YOU
Second, an interesting development. Odds are Sam Bradford won't be back as the starting QB, so we'll need a new one. Colin Kaepernick's name has been thrown around. And now, this...
Chances are, if you're an Eagles fan and on Twitter, you have probably tweeted something negative about the team. Chances are you know who Brandon Graham is, because he's on the Eagles. He's not liking the negative hate, so he took matters to his own hands:
COLLEGE HOOPS ROUNDUP: TEMPLE WINS; LA SALLE AND PENN DON'T
- The Owls held off a late run by Fairleigh Dickinson in the 2nd half after jumping out to a 23-point lead to take home a 79-70 win. Senior Quenton DeCosey led the way with 22 points and making all seven free-throws. Fellow classmate Jaylen Bond scored 18 points, while Sophomore Josh Brown had a career-high seven assists and four blocks. For the Knights, Earl Potts Jr. had a game-high 29 points, while Darian Anderson had 11 points and eight assists. Temple travels to Wisconsin Saturday afternoon in a nationally televised game on CBS. (RECAP)
- The Explorers tried to make a furious comeback while being down 15 to the Pride, and cut the Hofstra lead to one with 90 seconds left. But the comeback fell short and Hofstra escaped with an 84-80 win. Junior Jordan Price continues to shine for La Salle, as he scored a career-high 37 points and had seven rebounds, while Cleon Roberts and Tony Washington scored 13 and 10 respectively. The Pride had six out of their eight players go in double-figures in scoring, led by Brian Bernardi's 22. Denton Koon had a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds for former La Salle College High School grad from the Class of 1974 Joe Mihalich's squad. He also graduated from La Salle University in 1978. La Salle stays at home on Saturday and faces off against Drexel in a City 6 matchup at 2 PM. (RECAP)
- The Quakers couldn't stop a hot Navy team who won their seventh straight game with a 65-59 win over Penn at The Palestra. Antonio Woods led the Quakers with 16 points while Sam Jones contributed 12 of his own. Five Quakers recorded four rebounds, including Jones and center Darien Nelson-Henry. For the Midshipmen, Jace Hogan scored 12 points, while Shawn Anderson and Tim Abruzzo each had 11. Penn is also back in action Saturday afternoon as they travel to Fairfax, Virginia to take on George Mason for a 6 PM tipoff. (RECAP)