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Follow live: Schaub rebounds from pick-six, throws TD pass to give Ravens lead

Tune in for the Ravens vs. the Browns (live on ESPN/WatchESPN).

Kobe's top 10 plays of his career (2:46)
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11hNBA Insiders

5-on-5: The best and the worst of Kobe Bryant

How high does Kobe Bryant rank among the all-time greats? What memory stands out the most? Our Insiders discuss the best and worst of the Lakers legend.

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1hBill Barnwell

Barnwell: Patriots still positioned for Super Bowl run

The Patriots suffered a loss Sunday night, but not the worst kind, given encouraging news on Gronk. The focus now should be on getting in position for January, writes Bill Barnwell.

Monmouth has the best bench in basketball (1:27)
Rewind: Kobe Bryant's 81-point night (2:35)
Not Ray Lewis on how to stop Cam Newton from dabbing (1:52)
Trojans' great reaction to Helton being named head coach (0:33)
Gasol shoots header into the basket (0:20)
Belichick stares down reporter (0:19)
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Kapadia: Seahawks' Wilson taking the lead

Russell Wilson threw five TD passes Sunday while dealing with flu-like symptoms. Considering the Seahawks' larger health issues, he's going to have to keep it up.

12hMike Sando

Sando: Seattle still searching for old identity

The Seahawks went to the past two Super Bowls with an elite defense and an offense built around a punishing run game. But Seattle's winning formula has now changed for good, writes Mike Sando.

Sunday sounds from around the NFL (0:56)
#MLBFrontOffice: Zimmermann sets mark (1:07)
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6hDavid Schoenfield

Where will Johnny Cueto end up signing?

Johnny Cueto reportedly turned down a six-year, $120 million contract offer. So what would it take to sign him and who's going to step to the plate?

11hPaul Lukas

Uni Watch 2015 Holiday Gift Guide

In this year's Uni Watch Holiday Gift Guide, Paul Lukas provides some cool sports-themed gift ideas for the rabid fan in your life -- from books to bottle openers to drinking straws.

X Games Trick Tips: Chris Joslin backside bigspin (2:40)


Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Austin Davis took over at quarterback for the Browns with 8:29 left as Josh McCown headed to the locker room with what appeared to be a right shoulder injury. The crowd muttered, but did not chant for Johnny Manziel, who began the game the team's third quarterback. Davis' first pass was incomplete, which brought more groans as the Browns trailed the battered Ravens by seven.

Steph Curry breaks month-long record

With his third 3-pointer tonight, Stephen Curry has made 76 in November, breaking his own NBA record for most three-point field goals in a single month -- 75 in March 2015 (via Elias).

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

After the Browns went ahead 20-17, the defense gave up drives of 12 plays and 80 yards and 17 plays and 82 yards. Baltimore got 10 points out of the drives to take a touchdown lead.

Belichick really not happy with question

A reporter dared to ask Bill Belichick his emotions after seeing Rob Gronkowski down on the field. Note: Do not ask Bill Belichick about his emotions.


Jazz keeping it close against Warriors

Trevor Booker just stole a pass and took it to the rack as Utah is within 3 points with just over 9 minutes to play in the game. Follow live


Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

You knew this was going to be a close one. Ravens are only team in NFL history to have first 10 games decided by eight points or less.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Josh McCown took a huge hit on third quarter incompletion. Doctors briefly checked his right shoulder, but he's now warming up on the sidelines.

How not to rebound feat. James Harden

The Rockets star had no interest in collecting this rebound, sliding away as the ball came off the rim.


First pics of post-fight Rousey emerge

After keeping a low profile following her loss to Holly Holm at UFC 193, Ronda Rousey finally emerged over the holiday weekend. Like most of us, she spent Thanksgiving with her family -- and even got roped into posing for a hat-themed family photo. See the pictures

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Trail Blazers (7-10) at Clippers (9-8)

Los Angeles has won back-to-back games for the first time since starting the season 4-0. But they'll have their hands full in Portland's backcourt. Damian Lillard is 8th in scoring (25.4 points) and C.J. McCollum 20th (20.4 points). Follow live


Matt Schaub bounces back

After throwing a pick-6 to surrender the lead on the previous possession, the Ravens QB found Kamar Aiken for a 15-yard TD to put Baltimore on top 24-20 with 5:30 left in the third on ESPN.


Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt Schaub responds to that pick six by competing 5 of 6 passes for 53 yards. He capped drive with 15-yard TD pass to Kamar Aiken. Ravens, 24-20.

Hawks down Thunder at home

Despite Russell Westbrook's 34 points, 11 rebounds and 7 assists, the Thunder fell to the Hawks 106-100 in Atlanta. Paul Millsap scored 26 and Jeff Teague added 25 in the win. Box score

Rasheed Wallace shows ball don't lie

Former NBA player Rasheed Wallace can still hoop. Don't believe him? He drains two jumpers -- simultaneously.


Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Karlos Dansby's intereception return for a touchdown was his second score this season. Dansby had a 41-yard return for a TD against Denver, and the 52-yarder against Baltimore on Monday. He now has six career touchdowns on interception returns.

Bulls hand Spurs 4th loss

The Bulls had five players score in double digits, including a team-high 18 from Pau Gasol, as they downed the Spurs 92-89 to improve to 10-5 on the season. LaMarcus Aldridge scored 21 points with 12 boards in the loss. Box score

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Let me know if you've heard this before: Matt Schaub throws a pick-six. It's his sixth one since 2013.

Browns grab pick-6, lead Ravens 20-17

Karlos Dansby returned the Matt Schaub pick 52 yards to give the Browns their first lead of the game with 12:16 left in the 3rd quarter on ESPN. It's Dansby's sixth career pick-6, tied for fourth-most by an active player.