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Jake Layman Notches 20-Point Quarter as Blazers Blitz the Pelicans

The Portland Trail Blazers used a second 20-point quarterback from Jake Layman and a 74th first half down the New Orleans Pelicans with a score of 128-112 on Friday night. Layman ignited the burning networks with a stretch of 8 by 8 in the second, building a substantial advantage from which the Pelicans could not return. Jusuf Nurkic chipped in …

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Serena Williams, Naomi Osaka reach Australian Open fourth round

MELBOURNE, Australia – Perhaps Serena Williams will be put to the test in the fourth round of the Australian Open because no one has ever come to do her job too hard so far. After five consecutive thrillers, Kei Nishikori breathed a sigh of relief after defeating Joao Sousa 7-6 (6), 6-1, 6-2 in the third round on Saturday in …

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Michigan basketball vs. Wisconsin: 3 things, prediction

CLOSE John Beilein of Michigan makes a preview of Wisconsin. Nick Baumgardner, Freep A team is running, starting for a better start from the program. The other is wavering, the losers in four of the last five. Still, home advantage means a lot in the Big Ten. And weird things can happen at the Kohl Center in Madison, Wisconsin. That's …

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Kenneth Faried agrees Nets buyout ahead of joining Rockets

12:19 AM Adrian Wojnarowski ESPN Kennet Faried of Brooklyn Nets accepted a buyout contract, paving the way for him to sign a free agent agreement with the Houston Rockets, sources of the League have said to the ESPN. The Rockets center Clint Capela, who snatched a ligament from the right thumb on Sunday, is expected to lose four to six …

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D’Angelo Russell pumps in 40 as Nets rally to stun Magic

ORLANDO, Fla. – The Nets were clearly covered by their drainage comeback to Houston. But I still managed to support him with an even more stunning rally on Friday in Orlando. The Nets looked dead and buried before turning back for a 117-115 victory ahead of 17,840 at Amway Center. "We did not play a big game, and it's a …

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Yankees haven’t done enough to take down Alex Cora’s Red Sox

Of course, the Yankees have the best bullpen. But they also owned the best postseason bullpen last October. Combined with all the other talents in The Bronx, is it enough to beat the Red Sox World Series champion this time? Are Aroldis Chapman, Zach Britton, Dellin Betances, Adam Ottavino (instead of David Robertson), Chad Green and Jonathan Holder enough to …

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Dallas Cowboys: A Cowboys sacrifice has been made in Scott Linehan, and here’s the added meaning behind the timing of it

A sacrifice was made to a group of fans clamoring for a more creative offensive approach. The next step is more difficult. Who becomes the new Cowboys offensive coordinator and trainer Jason Garrett will expand the schematic parameters by which he allows that person to operate? Otherwise, there is no reason to believe that the offensive results will be much, …

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