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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
Life is good when you’re the NBA’s reigning MVP. Warriors guard Stephen Curry was in the market for a new puppy, apparently, and he went big. Curry dropped $3,800 on a Goldendoodle puppy, according to TMZ
In his second season with the San Antonio Spurs, 27-year old guard Jonathon ‘the Juice’ Simmons has carved a role for himself in the Spurs’ rotation, as he usually checks into games to give Kawhi Leonard a break, while he runs as the backup three with the Spurs’ second unit. On a nightly basis, Simmons is the Spurs’ 7 th playmaker with a usage percentage of 17.7% of the team’s possessions on offense.
Former UND All-American forward Brock Boeser scored his first NHL goal against the hometown Minnesota Wild. According to Brad Schlossman of the Grand Forks Herald : Boeser returned home to Grand Forks with the team Friday night and flew to Minneapolis on Saturday morning. Head coach Brad Berry drove him to the airport
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Boeser Scores Against the Wild
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 regular season isn’t even over yet, but people are already talking about free agency and Blake Griffin. The All-Star forward was mentioned in article by Bleacher Report’s Kevin Ding published this week that hints Griffin could be open to a fresh start with another team this summer instead of re-signing with the Los Angeles Clippers. This is potentially huge if it were to happen.
It started out with Gregg Popovich not dressing his aging big three for an early season game against the Heat in 2012 to improve their chances of staying healthy and fresh for another long postseason run. There was an outcry from the fans and the Heat, and the Spurs were fined $250k for not informing the league or the Heat in a timely manner.
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Is Rest Hurting the NBA, LeBron’s Legacy?
What makes the NCAA Basketball Tournament so compelling each year are the buzzer beaters and the Cinderellas. Thirty years ago, the 1987 championship game concluded with a late basket from a player who enjoyed his own Cinderella story. Keith Smart scored 17 second-half points against Syracuse – the last two giving the Indiana Hoosiers a 74-73 victory and a fourth national title
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Episode #73 (3/22/17): Keith Smart