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Warriors Takeaways: What we learned about Knicks from 122-95

OAKLAND – After spending that time between boredom and passion, the warriors will soon find someone who can change that routine. Here comes DeMarcus's cousins, and he's not bored on a basketball court. Cousins ​​is expected to make his debut with Warriors next week. The 6-foot-11, 270-pound center targeted the game on January 18 against the Clippers in Los Angeles. …

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Celtics Timberwolves takeaways: Gordon Hayward, Terry Rozier perform

COMMENTARY Wednesday was another night in which Gatorade Bath was honored for Gordon Hayward, who – courtesy of teammates Al Horford and Guerschon Yabusele – scored 35 points on 14-18 year shooting after a season's win in Boston's 115-102 win against the Minnesota Timberwolves. "Whether it's for my shot or for others, I think the team needs me to be …

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Warriors Takeaways: What we learned in 115-105 wins against Trail Blazers

In the best of times, credit generally went to Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant. It was their score, their rebound, their build-up and, yes, the defense that provided most of the power for the recent warrior victories. They were all-stars who were All-Stars. In the worst of times, the blame fell to Draymond Green and Klay Thompson, the other all-stars …

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College Sports: 5 Baylor & Texas Bowl's Takeaways win against Vanderbilt: Charlie Brewer has proven to be the best 12 in the Big 12, facing two threats

A year after Baylor had gone under the then first coach of Matt Rhule 1-11, the Bears are a winning football team. After a 45-38 win at the Academy Sports + Outdoors Texas Bowl on Thursday, Bears switched to 7/6 in the season, giving them the first win season since 2016. Here are five take-away's of Baylors bowl victory. Charlie …

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76ers Vs. Celtics score: Takeaways as Kyrie Irving scores 40 to help Boston outlast Philadelphia in overtime

The Philadelphia 76ers and Boston Celtics renewed their historic rivalry on Christmas Day as the Celtics defeated the Sixers, 121-114, in overtime. The Celtics controlled the game for the first time the second helped. After outscoring Boston 38-29 in the third quarter, the game came down to the wire with both teams exchanging buckets in the last several minutes. J.J. …

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Top takeaways from NFL Week 15

Week 15 of the NFL season what about as crazy as any previous 14 weeks. It starts with the Los Angeles Chargers' drama-filled comeback on the Chiefs on Thursday evening. Then on Saturday night, Baker Mayfield and the Browns remain alive in the AFC playoff race with a win over the Broncos. Once Sunday got going, the drama continued. The …

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Knicks takeaways from the exciting overtime on Saturday night win against the Bucks

The Knicks played one of their most impressive games of the season, fought the Bucks on several occasions and triumphed in overtime. The Knicks led to 136-134 seconds and just under two seconds remaining, Brook Lopez received a foul. He missed the first free throw before deliberately missing the second one. Giannis Antetokounmpo scored the rebound, but could not score …

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Warriors Takeaways: What we learned from 116-110 wins against Magic

BOX SCORE OAKLAND – The Warriors retired on Monday night with their third win in a row against the Orlando Magic 116-110. This one had a lot of work when the Warriors eradicated an 18-point deficit and overtook Orlando 69-46 in the second half. Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson combined for 78 points to reinforce the offense, while the Warriors …

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Five takeaways like the Gophers finally get the ax 2018 back

(Photo: USA TODAY Sports) It happened. It finally happened. Minnesota has reclaimed Paul Bunyan's ax for the first time since 2003, and for the first time in Madison since 1994, as a complete team effort, the Gophers are suited for the bowl and win the ax. Here's my thoughts about a much-needed victory for this Gopher team in Madison. The …

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