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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
One of the most exciting days of the fantasy baseball season is draft day. Like Spring Training, it’s an opportunity to wipe the slate clean from the year before and begin a new quest to win a championship. Everyone focuses on who to chase after in the early rounds, but picking the right guys to take fliers on at the end can be even more important to the ultimate success or failure of your squad
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Fantasy Baseball: Do Any of These 5 Late-Round Options Hold Value?
Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here… highlighting the big story line. Because there’s nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump. It was a workmanlike performance, one that should not be ignored because the Celtics are peaking at the proper time.
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
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?
Watch out, other NBA teams that aren’t the Warriors, because Golden State is rolling its opponents once again, and Kevin Durant isn’t even on the court. The Warriors hit a bump in the road earlier in the month, dealing with their first three-game losing streak since 2013, and analysts were hitting the panic button.
LaMarcus Aldridge has found a bit of a groove since returning to the court from his heart arrhythmia. He’s averaging 21 points on 48% shooting in his last four games, and most of the success can be attributed to his work in the paint.
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Aldridge Dominant in Post, Struggling to Shoot
Jurickson Profar always plays with a lot of passion and swagger on the field, but that worked against him in Monday night’s World Baseball Classic semifinal matchup. Profar plays for the Netherlands, and his team was playing against Puerto Rico, with everything on the line, as the winner got the right to advance to the WBC final. In the first inning of the game, with a man on second, Profar came up with a big hit.
If LiveFyre is dead, why are these Eagles fan characters still alive in the archives at https://www.livefyre.com/profile/
Bless me, Father (Creator of All Things Eagles), but I have sinned… I confess that I have created imaginary characters back in the LiveFyre daze of this decade-long Eagles chronicle… First there was I….Tom Jackson…40,388 Comments…63, 778 Likes Received…. Then there was BRUZER….. Then there was BRINESTEIN…..