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Soon be over…and I will relent…

https://thebloguin.files.wordpress.com/2017/11/gary-clark-jr-come-together-cdq.mp3 Ok, so I’ve been listening to a fair amount of Pearl Jam. Last week I watched the first half on TV up until we got the 8-point lead. Then I listened in the car as we surrendered the tying points.

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Clippers Drop the Ball Against 76ers, Lose 6th Straight 109-105

The LA Clippers’ losing woes continued last night, as they’ve lost 8 out of their last 9 games. Los Angeles lost a heart breaker against a 76ers team that they should have beaten. The biggest bright side for the Clippers was Lou Williams, who posted a stat line of: 31 points, 7 rebounds, 6 assists, 5 steals, on 47.4% shooting.

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Clippers Rally a 25 Point Comeback, but Lose to Heat 104-101

The LA Clippers stumbled yet again on their second matinee back-to-back. The team entered the fourth quarter down 23 points (89-66), but managed to rally to a 2 point lead with 2:55 left. However the rally wasn’t enough to secure the win, as the game came down to a pair of missed free throws by Austin Rivers.

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Home Sweet Hive, Hornets Roll Past Nuggets, 110 – 93

Watching the Hornets game last night, one thing just kept echoing through my head.  Earlier in the day I had seen a Sports Illustrated article where the Nuggets were ranked 13 and the Hornets were rated 17.  Granted, that’s not a big gap between the 2 teams and it was done after Nic Batum’s injury, but it still had me wondering (as I always do), what makes them better than us.  Well, as the final buzzer sounded, and the game ended with our Hornets beating the Nuggets, 110-93, it just helped me put even less faith in anything I ever see when it comes to ranking my team.  I mean it wasn’t like the game was close, or that is was neck-in-neck the entire night.  It was a game where the Hornets were just draining every shot they put up.  From the starters to the bench, the Hornets played their style of game, looked like they were having a blast, and they came away victorious.  Keep in mind that this was Michael Kidd-Gilchrist’s first game of the season, so he was very limited in minutes and has lots of rust, and Nic Batum will still be out for many more weeks.  Am I reading too far into this win?  Maybe I am.  Do I believe our Hornets are much better than everyone is giving us credit for?  Absolutely! So how did the Hornets strike gold against the Nuggets?  So many factors were involved.  3 starters in double figures, Frank and Malik in double figures were major factors.  49 total rebounds, 5 total blocks, 5 total steals, 18 assists for the team.  I’m telling you guys, this is a road map for success.  Good defense, taking care of the basketball (though there were 14 turnovers), and playing relaxed, having fun and playing as a team is what it takes to win games and the Hornets did all of that.  Top scorer on the night was Frank Kaminsky with 20 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists, and a block for the night.  This is 3 games in a row where Frank the Tank is showing us what he is truly capable of.  As was mentioned by Pete Guelli on Twitter last night, if everyone remembers after the All-Star break last season, Frank started coming to life on the court and having some good games.  I was truly disappointed after Frank’s first game of the season.  He has shut me up as a critic of his.  Proof is in the pudding, and the man has come to play for the last 3 games.  Keep it up Frank!  Make this be the norm and not the exception.  Proud of you man! Behind Frank was team captain, Kemba Walker who had 19 points, 4 rebounds and 5 assists.  Malik Monk had a breakout night, scoring 17 points, 2 rebounds, 2 assists, and 2 steals.   This is what I hope to be the first of many more big nights for the rookie.  He needed a game like this, and he certainly got it.  Great performance Mr. Monk!  Jeremy Lamb continued with his solid play as a starter, scoring 16 points, 2 rebounds, 5 assists, a steal, and a block.  He had a highlight pass on the night where he threaded the needle through almost the entire Nuggets team to find Marvin Williams for an easy 2 points.  Dwight Howard rounds out the double-digit scorers with 15 points, 19 rebounds, and 2 blocks.  Superman is in the building, having the most fun I’ve seen him have in years, and I could easily see him being an all-star this season with his continued solid play.  I made mention of him taking a step back from the foul line and just shooting jumpers for foul shots.  He didn’t take my suggestion, but he did hit 7-11 from the foul line.  Dell Curry promised to tell him how to correct his shot, so I’m holding him to it.  Dell, I’m watching for a change.  Dwight, the man knows what he’s talking about. All in all, I was very proud of the Hornets last night.  They are now 2-0 at home on the season, making Spectrum Arena be their “ Home Sweet Hive”.  We are not far away from playing at this level on the road as well.  Once that happens, there won’t be any teams sleeping on us.  Just remember we’re 2-2 with basically 2 starters not available, and Cody Zeller out with a bone bruise.  I think the start of this season, with all of the injuries we have to key players, we are holding our own pretty well.  The best part is the level of experience our bench players are getting and the exposure our rookies are getting

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Eagles prime time ready for Redskins challenge?

The thing about playing on Monday Night Football which makes any favored home team susceptible to an ambush is there’s a tendency to get caught up in the pageantry of the event itself. Maybe you could say it’s the opposite of stage fright—but similar in debilitating effect. The whole football world is watching you tonight

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College Football Viewing Picks for Week 8: 10/21/2017

All Times Eastern Schedule courtesy Matt’s College Sports on TV Announcing assignments courtesy Eye on Sky and Air Sports Studio and Pregame Shows College GameDay live from Penn State University, State College, PA — ESPN, 9 a.m. BTN Tailgate live from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN — Big Ten Network, 10 a.m. SEC Nation live from the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL — SEC Network, 10 a.m.

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10/14/17: Top Three Timberwolves Topics

Dear Timberwolves fans, I love Timberwolves topics on Twitter. I wish I could be more involved—I have a lot going on in my life and, like I said, this isn’t a full-time job—so, mm, here’s what I’m going to do. Because the Howlin’ T-Wolf is a site that features populist Timberwolves perspectives, and I want to represent the voices of Timberwolves fans as often as I can, in each of my posts, I’m creating a segment that features the top Timberwolves topics on Twitter from outlets and fans alike.

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10/7/17 – 10/14/17: Top Five Timberwolves Articles

Dear Timberwolves fans, Every week, on a Saturday, I’ll be recommending the top five Timberwolves articles that you should read. (Assuming you haven’t read them yet) Whether they’re from the media—local and national—or the blogosphere, I’ll give you a snippet with an embedded link to the article. So, if you like what you read and want to finish it, all you have to do is click on the picture

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Results of 2017 Phuture Phillies Top Closers Poll

Will Hibbs received the most votes in the Best Closers Poll as selected by Phuture Phillies readers.  He had a sizable lead over Luke Leftwich , Victor Arano, and Jeff Singer. Hibbs was the Phillies 19th round pick in 2016.

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UFC Career Fighter Earnings

Which fighter has earned the most money over the course of their UFC career?  We’ve crunched the numbers and have the answer for you.  And the names at the top of the list probably won’t surprise many. But, before we reveal the list, first some ground rules.  Athletic commissions didn’t start releasing fighter purse info until 2004, so the info below only reflects money earned from UFC 46 and onward.  Also, these are only the reported salaries plus Fight of the Night, Knockout of the Night and Submission of the Night bonuses that have been made public.  Many top performing fighters get additional bonuses paid out to them that aren’t reported, plus the top guys get a cut of the pay-per-view buys for events that they headline (not to mention every fighter makes sponsorship money).  Official UFC Reebok sponsorship money was added into the figures starting with UFC 189.  Also, many athletic commissions don’t report fighter’s salary info, so for those we’ve estimated a fighter’s purse based on what they have earned in their other fights.  Fighters with some estimated purses are marked with a * in the database.  This data should still be considered very close to accurate, as most fighters’ purses remain rather predictable from fight to fight (unless they ink a new contract in the meantime)

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