Good morning! A lot happens in sports, even when you’re not watching, so here are the top headlines and moments from yesterday, in case you missed anything while you were praying you won the Powerball.
Down goes Golden State
The Golden State Warriors were handed just their third loss of the season by… The Denver Nuggets? Yes, the lowly 15-24 Nuggets beat the Warriors 112-110 after Klay Thompson’s game-winner attempt came up short at the buzzer. Oddly enough, the Warriors needed overtime to defeat Denver at home back on January 2, too.
Only three teams have defeated the Warriors this year, and one is the Nuggets. pic.twitter.com/6IIiSeRmVz
— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) January 14, 2016
With Draymond Green sitting out due to rest, Stephen Curry poured in 38 points but also had eight turnovers for Golden State. Still, at 36-3 the Warriors tied the 1967 Philadelphia 76ers, 1972 Los Angeles Lakers and 1996 Chicago Bulls for the best start through 39 games.
Videobomb of the Decade
Kevin Durant is a savage! The Oklahoma City Thunder star refused to let a sideline reporter interrupt his pregame introduction, and in-turn gave us the best videobomb ever.
Best Thing On Twitter Today: Kevin Durant is really, really excited. https://t.co/ob2FVt25gA
— Mike & Mike (@MikeAndMike) January 14, 2016
Durant proceeded to post 29 points and 10 rebounds in the Thunder’s 108-89 win over the Dallas Mavericks.
Khloe opens up about Lamar Odom’s overdose
Khloe Kardashian dropped by the Howard Stern Show yesterday. The reality star opened up about Lamar Odom’s overdose and what she thinks Amy Schumer got wrong in her SNL opening. Good stuff and probably worth your time to check out.
SiriusXM NFL Playoffs Coverage
We’ve rolled out our extensive coverage of the NFL divisional playoffs for you to enjoy. Check out Lisa Ann’s video preview:
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