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Top Sports Pics – Nov. 18, 2015 |

Top Sports Pics – Nov. 18, 2015

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Kentucky Wildcats' Alex Poythress gets his face caught in the net while dunking against the Duke Blue Devils during the Champions Classic at the United Center on Nov.17, 2015 in Chicago. Kentucky defeated Duke, 74-63.
Anaheim Ducks defenseman Kevin Bieksa, top, falls over Nashville Predators forward Mike Fisher, bottom in the second period of an NHL game Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015, in Nashville, Tenn. At left is Ducks goalie Anton Khudobin.
Notre Dame’s V.J. Beachem goes up for a dunk during the second half of an NCAA basketball game against Milwaukee, Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015, in South Bend, Ind. Beachem tied a career high with 19 points, while adding a career-best eight rebounds, in No. 18 Notre Dame's 86-78 win.
Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland during the pro-am event prior to the DP World Tour Championship on the Earth course at Jumeirah Golf Estates on Nov. 17, 2015 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Auburn forward Horace Spencer celebrates a dunk over Colorado during an NCAA basketball game, Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015, at Auburn Arena in Auburn, Ala.
Ohio State's Marc Loving, front, is fouled by Grambling State's Remond Brown during the first half of an NCAA basketball game, Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015, in Columbus, Ohio.
Argentina's Facundo Roncaglia, bottom and Colombia's Teofilo Gutierrez vie for the ball during a 2018 World Cup qualifying soccer match in Barranquilla, Colombia, Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015.

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