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TODAY IN BASEBALL courtesy of National Pastime 1912 – After two days of rain, the first major league game is finally played at Fenway Park. The inaugural game is memorable with the Red Sox staging an eleven-inning walk-off victory over the New York Highlanders (Yankees), 7-6. 1973 – Four months after his death, Roberto Clemente, in a special election, is inducted into the Hall of Fame.
TODAY IN BASEBALL: April 20
FINAL RECAP WITH HIGHLIGHTS: JaVale Sparks Again As Warriors (2-0) Take Game 2 Over Portland Trail Blazers Game 2, 110-81
ORACLE ARENA, OAKLAND, CA — This is a continuation of the halftime recap of the Portland Trail Blazers at the Golden State Warriors , Game 2 of the opening round of the 2017 NBA Playoffs. Q3: JaVale Sparks Again Stephen Curry opened the second half with a triple and Zaza Pachulia added a bucket, both assisted by Draymond Green . Moe Harkless then threw a bad pass into the hands of Curry, and Steph scored on the run-out with a Statue-Of-Liberty show-ball on the layup: Blazers head coach Terry Stotts called timeout as the Warriors pushed their lead to 62-46
*Check out The Howl Podcast for everything Timberwolves HERE * Timberwolves at Rockets Wednesday, April 12th, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at the Toyota Center MATCHUP I guess all good (bad) things must come to an end. It’s the final game of the season
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Game Preview: Timberwolves at Rockets
Zach Eflin returned to the mound for Lehigh Valley. Brandon Leibrandt pitched well in his start for Reading. Drew Stankiewicz figured in all four of Clearwater’s runs.
Box Score Recap – 4/11/2017 (and XST report and roster)
FINAL RECAP WITH HIGHLIGHTS: Stephen Curry With More Wizardry, Warriors (64-14) Defeat Minnesota Timberwolves (31-46), 121-107
ORACLE ARENA, OAKLAND, CA — This is a continuation of the halftime recap of the Minnesota Timberwolves at the Golden State Warriors . The Warriors took a 68-60 lead into halftime. Q3: Stephin’ Curry Zaza Pachulia got swatted by Karl-Anthony Towns to start the third quarter, but Klay Thompson stayed on-point and drilled a triple, Matt Barnes added a lefty scoop after a Timberwolves miss, and after Towns hit a trey up top, Stephen Curry dissected the Minnesota defense and dropped a pass in the lane for Pachulia for an easy bucket
ORACLE ARENA, OAKLAND, CA — Two nights after defeating the Wizards , the Golden State Warriors (63-14) were back at home to face the MInnesota Timberwolves (31-45). The Warriors were without Kevon Looney (left hip strain), Kevin Durant (left knee MCL sprain, left tibial bone bruise), and Damian Jones (D-League assignment). Q1: JaVale Altercation Halts Rhythm Klay Thompson started off with a steal, then a three-pointer, but both teams struggled to score after that, until Thompson added a jumper from the left wing, then Draymond Green read and intercepted a lob inside, the ball going out of bounds to the Warriors
It’s finally here. The 2017 starts with the Phillies in Cincinnati, the birthplace of professional baseball.