Young has 'no confidence' in Steelers (0:46)
Woodson: Patriots' success against Steelers will continue (1:04)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Gronk: "It's always popping in Pittsburgh."

The MJ and Malik Monk Situation

Brian Windhorst, Jackie MacMullan, Tim MacMahon and Andrew Han discuss the Michael Jordan-Malik Monk situation (6:45), the ongoing Bulls drama (16:00), the Celtics, Luka Doncic's incredible week and much more.

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The one-stop shop for every bowl game

Before we get beyond Christmas to the playoff, there will be plenty of action worth watching, including Fresno State's Marcus McMaryion against Arizona State and a Wisconsin-Miami matchup in which both teams have a lot to prove.

Kyrie's 38 power Celtics to OT win (1:11)
Kyrie rocks sick bounce pass around Oubre for Tatum dunk (0:22)
Irving and Wall duel it out in OT (0:43)
Tatum shakes and bakes Satoranksy with nasty crossover slam (0:27)
Marcus Morris drills fadeaway to beat the buzzer (0:22)
Kyrie gets crafty with silky up-and-under (0:20)
Smart darts pass inside for Morris slam (0:15)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

DT Danny Shelton says this is the first time in his NFL career that he has been a healthy scratch two weeks in a row, but he is keeping a positive mindset. He said one focus is working better with his hands as he looks to get himself back on the 46-man game-day roster.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Patriots had full participation from every player throughout Wednesday's practice, according to their injury report. Only two players are listed on the injury report -- CB Stephon Gilmore (ankle) and TE Dwayne Allen (knee) -- and both went wire to wire in practice.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Bill Belichick, when asked if Stephen Gostkowski is the type of player who could use some reassurance after missing his first PAT of the season and a 42-yard FG, said: "Steve's kicked in the league a long time. ... Nobody takes it more seriously than Steve does. So I have a lot of confidence in him."

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Bill Belichick didn't agree with a question that suggested the Patriots would be facing a Steelers team that is lacking confidence because of a three-game losing streak. "I think if you guys are around competitive guys, you wouldn't see that. So I don't give that any credibility at all. Competitive people compete. That's what they do. That's certainly what the Steelers are. I'm sure we'll get their best. I think they'll get our best. And we'll see what happens."