If you didn’t stay up for Monday Night Football: Patriots 20, Bills 13. [Buffalo News]
Upsetting story about a former Missouri high school football star who died in 2013 and researchers say he had very bad CTE. [Kansas City Star]
My podcast is up: The Warriors have overtaken the Showtime Lakers as the most fun team to watch I’ve ever seen. Norman Chad, Mike Silver and Bruce Feldman were guests on the show. [3-hour Podcast;Best-of Podcast]
The Kristaps Porzingis hype is real. Very real. [NYT]
The 76ers blew another 4th quarter lead, losing to the Timberwolves to fall to 0-15. Okafor outplayed Towns in a matchup of rookies. [Philly.com]
The Jets have waived 2012 1st round pick Quinton Coples. [NYDN]
Indiana gave up a 19-6 run at the end of the game and got upset by Wake Forest, 82-78. [Indy Star]
Why are the Panthers 1-point underdogs on Thanksgiving against Dallas? [Charlotte Observer]
How can you not want to read this? “The investigation that cracked open one of the largest synthetic drug rings in Miami history began with an angry naked porn star jumping on her boyfriend’s white Porsche.” [Miami Herald]
Kevin Durant returned to the Thunder Monday night and scored 27 points, and the Thunder crushed the Jazz on the road. [Oklahoman]
Luke Walton, the coach of the Golden State Warriors, had his car stolen late Monday night during a crime spree. [CSN Bay Area]
How’s JP Tokoto doing in the D-League?
Justise Winslow, chasedown block artist.