By Rob Mason, PSO President of Sports Operations
Nov 12, 2019

‘The Best in Sports’ is a daily PSO original series showcasing the best highlights, facts, and stories going on in the land of the NFL, NBA, & MLB every day. Get a recap on EVERYTHING that happened yesterday here. 

Here is the best from November 11, 2019:

In an epic NFC West Rivalry game, the Seahawks & 49ers drilled clutch FGs to go to OT, but only one kicker was able to repeat their success under pressure when it got to Overtime.

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James Harden caught fire in the 4th quarter and took over the game, leading to Houston’s 4th straight win.

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The Boston Celtics have gotten off to the best start possible since essentially exchanging Kemba Walker for Kyrie Irving. They continued their winning ways with an impressive victory over Luka and the Mavs, despite Tatum’s historically awful performance.

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Pete Alonso and Yordan Alvarez had legendary rookie seasons with extremely bright futures ahead.

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Brandon Brooks was one of the best OL in football before a down season last year that then ended with a torn Achilles. Brooks has bounced back in a big way as PFF’s #1 ranked OL in 2019, and the Eagles rewarded his comeback season with a sizable contract extension.

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The Washington Redskins finally made the smart decision of making 1st Rd rookie Dwayne Haskins the starting QB for the rest of the 2019 season.

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Jadeveon Clowney made the biggest impact on the defensive side of the ball in Monday night’s Game of the Year contender. Clowney made SF’s OL look lackluster as he got in Jimmy G’s face all night. Seattle’s major offseason acquisitions paid dividends in their biggest game of the season thus far.

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After missing the first few weeks while rehabbing his ankle & leg, Blake Griffin made his long-anticipated season-debut on Monday, and showed right away how special he can be.

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After Tim Duncan & Manu Ginobili each recently had their jerseys retired by the Spurs franchise they won a handful of championships with, Tony Parker was the third and final major component of those title runs that will now live on forever in San Antonio.

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An abundance of premier players in the NBA & NFL had injury updates on Monday that developed into a major storyline.

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  • ESPN: Trading for Minkah Fitzpatrick is the Move of the Year

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Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers

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The best scoring start to a season in half a century.

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