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Knight nets 31 points to power Pistons by Magic
ESPN.com Updated Jan 27, 2013
Brandon Knight had a career-high 31 points, including five 3-pointers, and Greg Monroe scored 17 points and the Detroit Pistons ended a two-game losing streak with a 104-102 win over the Orlando Magic on Sunday.Upvote Share Tweet
Still with Tigers, SP Porcello faces uncertain roleCNNSI.com Updated Jan 27, 2013DETROIT (AP) -- It feels like ages ago when Rick Porcello took the mound as Detroit's starter in a one-game playoff against Minnesota for the 2009 AL Central title. The Tigers lost in extra innings, but Porcello pitched well. All of 20 years old at the …Upvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Updated Jan 27, 2013One of the NFL’s best player Twitter accounts decided to call it a career this weekend. Football, not Twitter. Former Bears and Panthers (and briefly Lions and Jaguars) safety Chris Harris announced his retirement Saturday night. The former sixth-roundeUpvote Share Tweet
Justin Durant hopes to stay with Lionsprofootballtalk.com Updated Jan 27, 2013The Lions will have plenty of key free agents this offseason. One who hopes to stick around is linebacker Justin Durant. “I want to sign,” Durant tells Carlos Monarrez of the Detroit Free Press. “Am I sure? No. I don’t know exactly what’Upvote Share Tweet
Pistons Hold Off Redick, MagicJan 27Magic fall to Pistons despite eight 3-pointers and 31 points from J.J. Redick.
Peter King: Are you ready? Super Bowl XLVII week is off and runningJan 27NEW ORLEANS -- Ready to get beaten over the head with the Harbaughs, Ray Lewis past and present and a whole lot of players saying a whole lot of nothing? Well, it's Super Bowl week, and the bad news for you is that the one thing I noticed in my few hour…
Adande: Kobe Bryant brings a new approach to floundering franchiseJan 27With Kobe Bryant channeling his inner Magic Johnson, have the Lakers found the right formula? Or is this fancy passing just a passing fancy? J.A. Adande explores.