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Oregon basketball player flops at flopping attempt

This flop simply flopped.

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Dillon Brooks was back in the lineup Thursday night for No. 10 Oregon against Utah. Brooks had missed the previous game with a sprained left foot, but his second-half sprawl showed he had gotten his legs back.

Utah guard Sedrick Barefield was driving to the basket and brushed against the junior forward, USA Today reported. After a full second, Brooks, who was called for a foul on the play, toppled backward in an unconvincing flop.

The game wasn’t a total flop for Brooks, however. He led the Ducks (19-2, 8-0 Pac-12) with 19 points as Oregon won 73-67 against Utah (14-6, 5-3). It was the Ducks' 17th straight victory.

Oregon's Dillon Brooks with the flop of all flops pic.twitter.com/0SYM97e9fq— Jason Caldwell (@ITATJason) January 27, 2017 <script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>

Brawl breaks out during college basketball game in Memphis

A brawl broke out during the Lemoyne-Owen College vs. Lane College basketball game on Saturday, January 14th in Memphis, Tennessee. 

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 Police said no ambulances were called to the scene nor was a police report filed. 

No one was taken into custody. 

Both colleges are investigating. 

Video shows Notre Dame player's surprise reunion with military brother

The Notre Dame men's basketball team won its Monday night game against the Colgate Raiders, but one player may have had a better night than the rest.

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Yahoo Sports reported that Notre Dame point guard Matt Farrell and his family were surprised after the Irish won over when his big brother, first lieutenant Bo Farrell made a surprise return home.

Bo Farrell first appeared in a video message on a jumbotron in the Edmund P. Joyce Center in Notre Dame, Indiana.

“Matty, I’ve been watching you tonight from here,” Bo Farrell said in the video. “For us, home is wherever we’re together. And I look forward to being home with you soon. Really really soon.”

Bo Farrell walked onto the court and embraced his brother.

The Indy Star reported that the last time the brothers saw each other was in May, according to Matt Farrell. He thought his brother would be in Afghanistan until February. He

"The time difference is tough, but we talk all the time," he said.

For the basketball player, seeing his brother has been "by far" the best Christmas present.

"It’s just awesome. He picked a bad game to come to, way too many turnovers. But we’re not talking about the game. Like I said, I’m at a loss for words and I’m just really happy right now.”

Watch video of the reunion from ABC News below.

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Baylor women set Division I record in 140-32 rout

In the biggest rout in women’s Division I basketball history, third-ranked Baylor crushed Winthrop 140-32 on Thursday.

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The Lady Bears (11-1) scored the first 21 points, led 77-18 at halftime and shut out Winthrop 29-0 in the fourth quarter, The Associated Press reported.

The 108-point margin of victory broke the record of 102 set by Grambling when it defeated Jarvis Christian College 139-37 in 1986. Baylor's point total was the second highest in women's Division I history, topped only by the 149 scored by Long Beach State in 1987.

The biggest rout between two Division I teams in women's basketball had been in 1989, when Louisiana Tech topped Texas-Pan American 126-25.

Thursday, Baylor set school single-game records for points, rebounds (75) assists (42) and blocked shots (17).

Erica Williams led Winthrop (1-9) with 15 points.

"I tried and played tons of people, in and out of the lineup, called timeouts, trying to get people off the floor," Mulkey told the AP.

"What do you say after a game like that?" Winthrop coach Kevin Cook told the AP. "We've played some highly ranked teams this season. And by far, Baylor is right at the top. You saw the game, you see the stats. They hurt us inside, they hurt us with 3-pointers. They're awfully good.”

Baylor’s leading scorer Alexis Jones, plagued with knee trouble, missed her second straight game. The Bears were led by Khadijiah Cave’s career-high 25 points.

Erica Williams led Winthrop (1-9) with 15 points.

Last month, in an exhibition game, Maryland beat Division II Bluefield State 146-17.

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