Durant sprains ankle in career-best first half
Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant said he is going to take things "a day at a time" after suffering a mild right ankle sprain in Thursday night's 114-109 loss to the Golden State Warriors.
Winston's future call wouldn't surprise Fisher
Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher said Friday that whatever decision star quarterback Jameis Winston makes -- turn pro or remain with the program for a third season -- would not surprise him.
Sources: Stephenson talks fizzle for Hornets
Underwhelmed by the quality of trade offers they've received for Lance Stephenson, the Charlotte Hornets have decided to keep the volatile guard "for now," according to league sources.
Jets' Richardson: I'm on same level as Watt
One year after being named the NFL's top defensive rookie, New York Jets standout Sheldon Richardson believes he's just as good as any defensive lineman in the league, including J.J. Watt of the Houston Texans.
Sources: Bears 'confused' by coach's discipline
A pair of Bears players say a portion of the locker room feels "confused and uncomfortable" over how coach Marc Trestman handled Jay Cutler's benching compared to the minor discipline offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer received last week.
Carmelo sits, has been advised to rest more
Knicks star Carmelo Anthony is out for Thursday night's game against the Chicago Bulls because of left knee soreness and admitted before Thursday's shootaround that people close to him are trying to get him to shut things down for a few weeks.