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Lakers Knocked Off Pelicans 122-114, Zion Drops 35, LeBron Has Triple Double

March 2, 2020 The New Orleans Pelicans, No. 1 overall pick Zion Williamson just fifteen games into his NBA career dropped 35 points, a new career high, on 12-of-16 shooting against the Los Angeles Lakers Sunday night. Williamson has already proven he is capable of brilliance on a night-to-night basis. The Pelicans’ problem Sunday was […]

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No. 1 Pick Zion Williamson Out 6-8 Weeks

Sports That Matters Powered By  INTERTOPS Sign-Up | Make a Deposit | Get Bonuses October 22, 2019 Zion Williamson will miss 6-8 weeks with a torn meniscus. As soon as the Pelicans announced that, attention turned to his weight. Is Williamson too heavy? Listed at 6-foot-6 and 284 pounds, Williamson is certainly large. He puts even more stress on his […]

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LA Clippers Presser With Leonard, George & Ballmer, Transactions

Sports That Matters July 24th, 2019 Welcome back folks, glad you stopped by! Los Angeles Clippers president of basketball operations Lawrence Frank says acquiring Kawhi Leonard and Paul George is a “landmark moment” for the franchise. With Leonard and George on the roster, the Clippers are title contenders for the first time in franchise history. Paul George and Kawhi Leonard […]

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Conley Jr. Dealt To Jazz, NBA Draft Notes, MLB News & Results

Sports That Matters Powered By June 20th, 2019 Welcome back, don’t forget the NBA Draft is tonight! 1. Major League Baseball results and news from Wednesday. Screenshot: MASN Phillies at Nationals (Game 1) Patrick Corbin‘s start to open the Washington Nationals‘ series against the Philadelphia Phillies came nearly 48 hours later than expected. Corbin struck out eight […]

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MLB Results, NBA Draft News, Raptors Parade Celebration & Tragedy

Sports That Matters Powered by Site Ground June 18th, 2019 Welcome back, appreciate you stopping by! 1. Major League Baseball results. Photo: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports Mets at Braves Mike Soroka won his eighth straight decision, Ozzie Albies homered and drove in four runs, and the surging Atlanta Braves beat the New York Mets 12-3 on Monday night. Tomorrows Starters Mets: […]

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What’s New In The World Of Sports, NBA, PGA, CWS & Much More

Sports That Matters Powered by Site Ground June 17th, 2019 Welcome Back! 1. What’s New Photo: Sports Illustrated The shape of the draft took its first major turn over the weekend, as the Pelicans dealt Anthony Davis to the Lakers for a motherlode of assets, including the No. 4 pick. Our full draft guide can be found here. […]

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MLB News, Woodland Wins US Open, US Women’s Soccer Dominates, Lakers Looking For One More Star

Sports That Matters Powered by Site Ground June 17th, 2019 Welcome Back! 1. Major League Baseball results and news. Los Angeles Dodgers rallied to beat Chicago Cubs 3-2 Sunday night. Russell Martin singled in the go-ahead run in the eighth inning and Alex Verdugo made a game-saving catch for the final out to help the NL West-leading Dodgers […]

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Lakers Make Deal For Davis, Marte Hits Two HR’s, OJ Simpson On Twitter

Sports That Matters Powered by Site Ground June 15th, 2019 Welcome back, hope your Saturday was enjoyable and you have a wonderful Sunday! 1. Lakers Land Davis From The Pelicans… The Los Angeles Lakers reached an agreement to acquire three-time All-NBA forward Anthony Davis from the New Orleans Pelicans for three players and three first-round draft picks on Saturday, league sources […]

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Raptors Up 2-1 Over Warriors, Stanley Cup Game 5 Preview, MLB News, NBA Draft Notes, Esports Gambling & Much More

Brought to by Site Ground June 6th, 2019 Welcome back its get away day in Major League Baseball! Check the “My Take” page for the latest content. 1. What’s New The 3-point line is moving back in men’s college basketball. The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel announced Wednesday that the arc will be moved to […]