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Here is the best from November 14, 2019:
Thursday Night’s division game ended up completely overshadowed by a brawl that took place with less than 10 seconds remaining in the game. The Steelers-Browns rivalry instantly just elevated into the forefront of NFL rivalries in 2019.
A whole lot to unpack here:
– Garrett takes Rudolph down
– Rudolph looks like he’s trying to to take Garrett’s helmet off
– Garrett rips Rudolph’s helmet off and hits him with it
– Pouncey comes in punching Garrett, kicks him while he’s down
– Ogunjobi knocks down Rudolph
— Tyler Greever (@WIBWTyler) November 15, 2019
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The Braves made the first splash of free agency by signing All-Star CP Will Smith to bolster their bullpen.
By signing Will Smith, the Braves strengthened their bullpen and provided more indication they will remain aggressive while addressing their other definitive needs https://t.co/vl1bJnzOsU
— Mark Bowman (@mlbbowman) November 15, 2019
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Luka Doncic has already become a triple-double machine, in just his second season. There is no player in the NBA with a brighter future.
— NBA (@NBA) November 15, 2019
Related: NBA Future
Thursday was MLB’s Qualifying Offer deadline as Jose Abreu & Jake Odorizzi became the only two players to accept their one-year offers. The other 8 rejected and will be free agents with draft pick compensation attached to them.
Jake Odorizzi (Twins) and Jose Abreu (White Sox) are accepting the one-year, $17.8 million qualifying offer, sources told ESPN. Barring contract extensions, they will be free agents without restriction after the 2020 season.
— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) November 14, 2019
— theScore (@theScore) November 14, 2019
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The Greek Freak is borderline unstoppable.
Top NBA Highlights From Thursday (11/14) 🎥 https://t.co/BajxXZdDSk
— Pro Sports Outlook (@PSO_Sports) November 15, 2019
Players with the longest 30-point and 10-rebound streak since 1976-77 season
11 – Shaquille O’Neal (2001), Moses Malone (1982)
10 – Karl Malone (1988)
6 – Kevin Love (2014)
6 – Giannis Antetokounmpo (November 2 – Present)#NBA #FearTheDeer pic.twitter.com/6LN51GAgdI
— Miko Palero (@MikoPalero) November 15, 2019
Related: NBA Facts
Related: Players of the Day
#PlayerOfTheDay Joe Schobert shined on a night that got overshadowed by a late-game skirmish. On the field, Schobert was a big reason for Cleveland's victory with 2 key turnovers along with 4 PD, 1 SK, 2 QBH, & 2 TFL as his all-around play helped CLE get a HUGE W. https://t.co/EPuQQI1Ayv— Pro Sports Outlook (@PSO_Sports) November 15, 2019
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