Posts Tagged ‘cardinals’
We all remember when Tony Romo gave that incredibly moving speech about how he was passing the torch to rookie quarterback Dak Prescott, after having previously been the team’s signal-caller since 2003. Romo said all the right things, and had fans feeling bad for him, and also having a lot of respect for Romo in the way he handled the situation. But it sure looks like he was just trying to avoid being a distraction with the season going on, and the Cowboys looking to make a playoff push.
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Cowboys need to trade Tony Romo before situation gets ugly
Jerry and Stephen Jones are at the Spring League Meetings and he revealed a few thoughts on free agency and the Cowboys draft needs. On Free Agency, Stephen says: “Now let me be real clear, if a great offensive player shows up that’s of great value to us, that doesn’t mean we aren’t going to pick an offensive player. But our focus is on defense, and even though we lost some numbers on defense, some of them we were ready to move on from and then there are others – obviously, we replaced our corner (in free agency with Carroll)
Pau Gasol has been lighting it up from three-point range as a reserve. The 36-year-old center has more than doubled his attempts per game since the All-Star break and has hit 58.5%, which is the highest clip in the league among players with more than 35 attempts in that stretch. Gasol has hit 24 three-point shots in 16 games since moving to the bench after the All-Star break.
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Why Pau Gasol is so Hot from Three
The Indians have added to their list of long term control players by guaranteeing Jose Ramirez $26M with a chance to make up to $50M with escalators and options. With this, Ramirez becomes the first Indians player to have a guaranteed salary in both 2020 and 2021 and is the first to have an option year in 2022 or 2023. They must really like his hair, because the 2016 star will be around for a very long time
Updated Tribe Salary Distribution with JRaMVP
The race for first place in the Western Conference boils down to two teams—the Golden State Warriors and San Antonio Spurs. After today, both teams will have 10 games left in the regular season, and the Warriors currently hold a 2.5 game lead over the Spurs for the top spot. To best determine which team will finish first by the end of the season, let’s take a look at the remaining games for Golden State and San Antonio.
After a career-defining game-winning bucket by Tyler Ulis in last game’s match up between the Phoenix Suns and the Boston Celtics, Boston was able to exact their revenge as the Celtics sailed their way to a relatively easy 130-120 victory. The Game Flow The Boston Celtic defense held Phoenix to an incredible 0-12 shooting from the field to start the game. Thanks to a number of transition baskets and overall great ball movement, Boston was able to exact their revenge right off the start of the quarter as the Celtics propelled themselves towards a 29-16 lead heading into the second quarter.
Recap: Celtics cap off high scoring game versus Booker’s 70 points
The New York Rangers (45-25-4) lost to the New York Islanders (34-26-12) by the score of 3-2 in overtime. For a box score, click here . 3 Stars 1st Star – Current Playoff Format (Made back-to-back losses to bitter rivals meaningless) 2nd Star – New York Hockey (It’s always better when both teams are in the playoffs, hopefully the two points help the Islanders get in) 3rd Star – Rangers fans who attended the Feb.
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Islanders 3, Rangers 2
PITTSBURGH (46-17-9) VS OTTAWA (40-24-8) CANADIAN TIRE CENTRE. OTTAWA, ONTARIO 7:30 PM EST. NHL-NETWORK The Penguins are set to play their final stretch of games without a break in this month as they prepare for a 3 games in 4 nights stretch that starts with a back-to-back today and tomorrow
GAMEDAY 73: Ottawatta