Good Morning: The Pacers Take Round One Against Heat


The Indiana Pacers won the first rematch of the 2013 Eastern Conference Finals against the Miami Heat, after overcoming a seven-point halftime deficit, 90-84. The Pacers maintained their 10-game winning streak at home, while increasing their lead to three games over the Heat in the East.


Things aren't getting any better in New York. Kyrie Irving went off on the Knicks, dropping 37 points and 11 boards as the Cavs won 109-94.


And also, this.


Deron Williams returned to Brooklyn's lineup in time to help Paul Pierce and KG take down their former team 104-96.


Texas coach Mack Brown appears to be on his way out whether he chooses to resign or not.


Gregory Campbell describes what it's like to play with a broken leg in the NHL. No, really.


Derek Jeter revived a man having a heart attack back to life with his charm.


Aaron Rodgers is still experiencing pain in his shoulder so the Packers are preparing Matt Flynn to start again on Sunday.


The White Sox acquired CF Adam Eaton in a three-team deal.


Kobe's first dunk of the season got the slow-mo treatment. The Lakers lost to the Suns, 114-108.


Here's Tony Mitchell getting warmed up.


Here are the top ten plays from last night's NBA action.




Childish Gambino performed "3005" on Jimmy Kimmel.


Kris Kasanova drops a video for "Tomorrow" with SZA.




New York's top state prosecutor is going after major cell phone carriers like Verizon, AT&T and T Mobile for not utilizing Samsung's anti-theft technology, and stated that is these businesses were colluding to keep this technology out of their phones, they were putting their customers in danger.


The LAPD will pay $10 million in a speeding ticket quota controversy.


Uruguay created the world's first legal marijuana marketplace.


Pope Francis was TIME's Person of the Year in 2013.




Snoop Dogg goes funk: Here's his latest, "Hit Da Pavement."