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Lopez-led Nets win first at Detroit since 2006

Lopez-led Nets win first at Detroit since 2006

ESPN.com Updated Feb 6, 2013
Brook Lopez had 17 points, and the Brooklyn Nets won at Detroit for the first time since 2006, holding off the Pistons 93-90 on Wednesday night.
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  • Hunter Jr. commits to play football at Notre Dame

    Hunter Jr. commits to play football at Notre Dame

    MLB.com Feb 6, 2013
    The son of Tigers outfielder Torii Hunter, Torii Hunter Jr., signed a national letter of intent to play football at Notre Dame on Wednesday.
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  • Verlander set to hit the links at Pebble Beach

    Verlander set to hit the links at Pebble Beach

    MLB.com Feb 6, 2013
    Tigers ace Justin Verlander is one of the most imposing players in the baseball, but he's about to go outside his comfort zone as a participant in the AT&T National Pro-Am golf tournament at Pebble Beach.
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  • Release won’t change Vanden Bosch’s wedding guest list

    Release won’t change Vanden Bosch’s wedding guest list

    profootballtalk.com Feb 6, 2013
    Kyle Vanden Bosch has been in the NFL long enough to know the business realities. That’s why he won’t let being released by the Lions affect his personal relationships, or the guest list for his wedding this offseason. Vanden Bosch told Dave Birkett o
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  • Video - Williams Records 5,000th Assist In Win 01:01

    Williams Records 5,000th Assist In Win

    Feb 6
    Deron Williams surpassed the 5,000-assist mark and Brook Lopez scored 17 points to lead the Nets to their first win in Detroit since 2006.

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  • Mike Krzyzewski still being courted by Team USA basketball, according to s…

    Feb 6
    Team USA basketball still is holding out hope that Mike Krzyzewski will remain the team's coach, according to sources.
  • NFL mailbag - Recovery drugs might be worth a look

    Feb 6
    The NFL might be able do more when it comes to helping players recover from injury. Plus, answers to reader questions.