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  • Bob Baffert's Improbable wins Los Alamitos Futurity

    It was 15 minutes before Saturday’s Grade I, $300,000 Los Alamitos CashCall Futurity, and all eyes and ears were directed to Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert in the paddock. His two jockeys, Drayden Van Dyke and Joe Talamo, were surrounding him like players waiting for instructions from their coach

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  • Sony Michel helps Patriots gash Jets for another win

    Rookie running back Sony Michel had one of the best games by a Patriots running back in years on Sunday against the Jets.

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  • Giants get help as Cowboys ride Cooper to win over Redskins

    Odell Beckham Jr.’s wish is looking less ridiculous by the day. The Giants got a step closer to contention — if not exactly to a playoff spot — as the Cowboys took down the Redskins 31-23 in an NFC East Thanksgiving matchup that will have major ramifications on the division race. Amari Cooper had a...

    New York Post
  • Dinwiddie, Russell help Nets get first win without LeVert

    Spencer Dinwiddie scored a season-best 25 points, D’Angelo Russell had 23 and the Brooklyn Nets beat the Washington Wizards 115-104.

    WTOP
  • Dinwiddie, Russell help Nets get first win without LeVert

    WASHINGTON (AP) - Brooklyn coach Kenny Atkinson thinks the Nets can succeed without Caris LeVert. They took the first step toward proving it Friday night. Spencer Dinwiddie scored a season-best 25 points, D'Angelo Russell had 23 and the Nets beat the Washington Wizards 115-104 for their first win since LeVert's ...

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  • If Eagles are to get respectable, they must get wins now

    Enough of this. If the Eagles are going to make a respectable showing after their first Super Bowl title, it's time to do so. They have lost three of their past four, turn over the ball too often, and can't make big defensive stops. They are heavily injured physically and,...

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  • If Eagles are to get respectable, they must get wins now

    Enough of this. If the Eagles are going to make a respectable showing after their first Super Bowl title, it's time to do so. They have lost three of their past four, turn over the ball too often, and can't make big defensive stops. They are heavily injured physically and, ...

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