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  • Through three quarters on Tuesday, Chicago Bulls guard Coby White was having a night most NBA rookies can relate to. White caught fire in a fourth quarter that saw him outscore the New York Knicks singlehandedly while setting a team and NBA mark for 3-point shooting. After scoring four points in the first three quarters, White outscored the entire Knicks team, 23-17 in the fourth of a 120-102 Bulls victory.

  • The overtime coin toss has caused controversy, from time to time. Last night, some believe that Seahawks backup quarterback and official overtime coin-toss caller Geno Smith called tails before a toss that landed heads, giving Seattle the first crack at the ball in the extra session. The videos seem to be inconclusive; the league's position is that Smith definitely called heads.

  • FINAL SCORE: Panthers 5, Bruins 4 (SO) IN BRIEF: The Bruins built a big lead with a four-goal second period but watch it slip away when the Florida Panthers score four unanswered in the third to tie it and then win in a shootout for a 5-4 victory that extends Boston's losing streak to four. BOX SCORE HOW RARE IS THAT COMEBACK? BRUINS RECORD: 11-3-4 HIGHLIGHTS PASTRNAK'S "NO-LOOK" BLAST STARTS IT OFF: NORDSTROM MAKES IT 2-0 IN THE 2ND: BJORK SNEAKS ONE PAST "BOB" THE GOALIE, 3-0: CHARA CAPS THE 2ND-PERIOD OUTBURST, 4-0: AARON EKBLAD GETS FLORIDA ON THE BOARD IN 3RD: OLD FRIEND FRANK VATRANO MAKES IT 4-2: IT'S A ONE-GOAL GAME AFTER MIKE HOFFMAN SCORES: KEITH YANDLE TIES IT AT 4 WITH 1:29 LEFT:...


  • The Seahawks had firm control of Monday night's game in the fourth quarter, leading 21-10 and suffocating the San Francisco offense. The 49ers would get back into the game only if Seattle let them. Quarterback Russell Wilson found himself in the grasp of defenders, and then the ball popped directly into the hands of offensive lineman Germain Ifedi.


  • Kyle Kuzma was out on the floor in the crucial final minutes on Tuesday night when his teammates made the extra pass and found him at the 3-point line. Both times, he never hesitated to take the shots that splashed through the net and pushed the Lakers to a 123-115 over the Phoenix Suns. Nobody looked happier than Anthony Davis and LeBron James.

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  • The Cleveland Browns haven't lived up to expectations this season. After a first half filled with disappointment, the team notched a signature win Sunday, defeating the Buffalo Bills to improve to 3-6. After that note picked up some traction, Emily Mayfield clarified she wasn't calling out every single Browns fans with her post.

  • Dominic Thiem landed one too many punches even for Novak Djokovic to handle. In a seesawing crowd pleaser that lasted nearly three hours and featured a handful of momentum shifts in the third set, Thiem outlasted Djokovic 6-7 (5), 6-3, 7-6 (5) on Tuesday to become the first player to advance from the group stage at the ATP Finals. ''It was maybe the best match I ever played,'' said Thiem, a two-time French Open runner-up.

  • Draymond Green returned to the Golden State Warriors from a five-game injury absence on Monday night, and in the fourth quarter of their game against the Utah Jazz, he etched his name in team history books. With 8:28 left in the game, Green christened Chase Center, the Warriors' sparkling new arena, with its first-ever ejection. During a play, Green was bowled over by Jazz guard Mike Conley, and Green got upset when the foul was called on him.

  • Two clubs heading in opposite directions meet Wednesday night in Los Angeles. The Lakers host the Golden State Warriors in the second game of back-to-back contests for Los Angeles. The Lakers won for the eighth time in nine games by earning a 123-115 road win over the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday.

  • With the Green Bay Packers, New York Giants, Seattle Seahawks, and Tennessee Titans on bye, we'll highlight two running backs that should not only get you through Week 11, but stay serviceable for the next few weeks. As a reminder, the drop list consists of players who are rostered in at least 50 percent of Yahoo leagues and are no longer must-have assets, recommended adds are available in over 50 percent of Yahoo leagues, the watch list contains in-depth notes on players who are worthy of roster spots if possible, and deep cuts includes player notes on those rostered in five percent or fewer of Yahoo leagues.

  • LSU coach Ed Orgeron says his boisterous and sometimes profane locker room speech after the top-ranked Tigers beat Alabama was not meant for public consumption and not meant to hurt anyone. A rowdy Orgeron can be heard yelling that LSU is going to beat Alabama in recruiting and ''every time they see us.'' Orgeron also uses an expletive to mock Alabama's ''Roll Tide'' rallying cry. ''The things that I say outside, to the media, those are things I want to get out, and if I wanted that to get out, I would have said that outside,'' Orgeron said Monday when asked about the social media post.

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