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Timberwolves at Rockets could end first round series Wednesday

It was a last-ditch effort to save what dignity was left for the Minnesota Timberwolves as guard Marcus Georges-Hunt tried to save a rebounded shot from outside the paint and tip the ball back in the bucket. The tip wasn’t enough as Houston Rockets guard Aaron Jackson quickly grabbed the …

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Astros Looking For Another World Series Ring

  Spring is in the air, which means baseball is too. Spring training is officially underway for the 2018 season. The reigning World Series Champions, the Houston Astros, have been working hard during their off-season. Houston returns almost all of their team that led them to such great success. With their …

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Ariza and Green suspended, Clippers players unpunished

The Houston Rockets’ forward Trevor Ariza and guard Gerald Green are suspended for two games each in the aftermath of Monday night’s altercation. Although the NBA has settled its investigation, this has brought further controversy in regards to the lack of punishment for any Clippers players. James Harden, Trevor Ariza and Chris Paul …

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World Series Shifts Back to LA for Game 6

Following a wild Game 5 of the World Series, the Houston Astros now hold a 3-2 series lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers, after winning 13-12 in 10 innings on Sunday night. Tonight the World Series shifts back to the Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles for Game 6. The Dodgers …

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World Series Game 3 Preview

After a thrilling Game 2 on Wednesday night, which resulted in the Houston Astros’ first World Series victory in franchise history, the fall classic will head to Houston ahead of Game 3. Houston will be the home of Games 3, 4 and 5. The series is tied 1-1. However, as much as the …

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Astros will face the Dodgers at the World Series

The Houston Astros are now only four games from their first ever World Series championship. The Dodgers led the series with 104 victories but the Astros weren’t far behind with their 101 wins. The Dodgers have not won a World Series since 1988 and the Astros have never won in …

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Kevin Durant Apologizes For Twitter Blunder

Kevin Durant, who is known to have an active presence on Twitter and other social media sites, apologized for “going too far” on Twitter when responding to a fan’s reply to his own tweet. As seen in the images below, Durant responded to a fan’s question about him leaving OKC …

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End of an Era for the LA Clippers

Earlier today, sources told ESPN that the Los Angeles Clippers came to an agreement to trade All-Star point guard Chris Paul to the Houston Rockets. Chris Paul's trade to the Rockets has everyone talking. https://t.co/DiuiUCZeeL — ESPN (@espn) June 28, 2017 Chris Paul came to the Clippers back in 2011 after playing for …

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Brady Cements Himself as “Greatest Of All Time”

#12 is the G.O.A.T. Let’s start with that. There’s no argument, no debate, no controversy. Tom Brady orchestrated the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history to defeat the Falcons 34-28 in OT. One week ago, I wrote about the legacy that Brady and his coach, Bill Belichick, carved out through their …

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