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Jackson's career high lifts Lobos past Wyoming 75-69

Wed, January 10, 2018

Antino Jackson had a career-high 20 points and Joe Furstinger added a double-double as New Mexico overcame a sloppy performance to beat Wyoming 75-66 Wednesday night. The game turned at … Click to Continue »

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Paul's season-high 37 leads Rockets over Blazers 121-112

Wed, January 10, 2018

With James Harden injured, the Houston Rockets are figuring out different ways to make up for the offense the league's leading scorer normally provides. On Wednesday night, that meant Chris … Click to Continue »

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Nixon with 26 points, Colorado State beats Utah State 84-75

Wed, January 10, 2018

Prentiss Nixon scored 26 points and Colorado State halted a two-game skid, beating Utah State 84-75 on Wednesday night. A contentious first half gave way late as Logan Ryan and … Click to Continue »

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Ryan Suter, Devan Dubnyk lead Wild past Blackhawks, 2-1

Wed, January 10, 2018

The Minnesota Wild overcame a shaky start for a timely victory against a division rival. Ryan Suter gave Minnesota the lead on a 4-on-4 early in the third period, Devan … Click to Continue »

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Josh Brown scores winner as Temple stuns SMU in Dallas 66-64

Wed, January 10, 2018

Quinton Rose and Obi Enechionyia combined for 39 points and Josh Brown scored the game-winner as Temple — winless in American Conference play coming in — upended SMU 66-64 Wednesday … Click to Continue »

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Tom Pyatt breaks late tie, Senators beat Maple Leads 4-3

Wed, January 10, 2018

Ottawa coach Guy Boucher didn't think twice about going back to Craig Anderson in goal against Toronto. A night after being yanked in a blowout home loss to Chicago, Anderson … Click to Continue »

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Why Panthers coach Ron Rivera could move quickly in hiring Norv Turner to lead offense

Tue, January 09, 2018

When Panthers coach Ron Rivera woke up around 3 in the morning Tuesday and started jotting down ideas about his offense and coaches he thought could improve it, he could … Click to Continue »

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Tuesday’s Roundup: JC Tharrington, Christian whip Country Day in CISAA showdown

Tue, January 09, 2018

Elevator ↑Mallard Creek: The Mavericks got 21 points from Demetri Dixon and upset Hough 67-62. Mallard Creek (5-10, 1-5 I-MECK) won for the fifth time in its past six games. … Click to Continue »

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Carolina Panthers fire offensive coordinator Mike Shula, quarterbacks coach Ken Dorsey

Tue, January 09, 2018

At 3:15 a.m. on Tuesday, coach Ron Rivera woke himself up to resume poring over the notes he had taken all season long on his offense and its coordinator, Mike … Click to Continue »

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Playoffs? Despite Hornets’ 15-23 start, here’s why postseason berth is still possible

Tue, January 09, 2018

The first half of the Charlotte Hornets’ season has incinerated their playoff chances, right? This team can’t possibly bounce back from a 15-23 start to be one of the eight … Click to Continue »

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