Chance The Rapper
Tamar & Vince
Chris Brown F/ Aaliyah - I Don't Know
Wale f/ Rick Ross & Lupe Fiasco - Poor Decisions
Travi$ Scott - Upper Echelon
Andrew Luck scrambled a bit to his right, saw nobody open in the end zone and decided to take his chances.
He flipped the ball to Donnie Avery and hoped his 5-foot-11 receiver could win a race to the end zone.
"I had no choice but to score," Avery said. "It was the slowest 11 yards that I ever felt like I ran."
It may have felt like it took forever, but Avery crossed the goal line standing up on the final play, giving Indianapolis a 35-33 win over Detroit on Sunday. The Colts scored two touchdowns in the final 2:39 to hand the Lions another excruciating loss.
Dwight Howard couldn't hit his free throws against the Orlando Magic and the Lakers fall to 8-9 after being upset, 113-103, at Staples Center Sunday night.
The Magic sent Howard to the line 14 times in the fourth quarter, almost always intentionally. Howard hit just seven as Orlando kept the Lakers from running any semblance of an offense, exploiting Howard's biggest weakness.
Meanwhile the Lakers didn’t respond defensively and the Magic exploded for 40 fourth-quarter points. Arron Afflalo led the way with 30 points on 11-18 shooting for the game. Glen Davis scored 23, Jameer Nelson 19 and Nikola Vucevic 17.
The Lakers shot 41.9% from the field as a team, led by 34 from Kobe Bryant. Howard's 21 came with 21 trips to the line, making nine (42.9%).
TV commentators generally oblige fans, who prefer seem to prefer their sports telecasts neat, with no social commentary mixed in.
But the gut-punch tragedy of the murder/suicide committed by Jovan Belcher of the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday caused Bob Costas, in his “Sunday Night Football” halftime commentary, to speak out in favor of stricter gun-control laws — a topic taboo for even presidential candidates — on the nation’s top-rated prime-time TV show.