By Rob Mason, PSO President of Sports Operations
Nov 20, 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 yesterdayΒ here.Β 

Here is the best from November 19, 2019:

The King is now the only player in NBA history with a triple-double vs. ALL 30 NBA teams. Crown him πŸ‘‘

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One of the biggest storylines of the past year has been the absence of 10x All-Star Carmelo Anthony despite his desire to still play. It was a rough first game, but Melo is finally able to knock off the rust and get back to playing at a semi-high level.

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Bogdan Bojanovic seemed like the odd man out in Sacramento after Harrison Barnes’ arrival, but the Serbian star showed he can still be a premier contributor for the Sacramento faithful.

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The Warriors have dealt with a ton of adversity this season after five straight Finals appearances, but their ball movement is still among the best in the league with Steve Kerr at the helm.

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After signing a $100M contract in the offseason, Draymond Green has been extremely quiet this season, despite the lack of star talent around him for the first time in his career. He finally had one of his signature passing games this year.

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Jrue Holiday is one of the best perimeter defenders in the league, but this spin move/slam shows how effective he can be on the offensive end as well.

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Somebody has to step up for the Warriors in Steph Curry & D’Angelo Russell’s absence. Alec Burks said “Why not me?”

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The Atlanta Braves have wasted no time this offseason as by far the busiest team thus far with their latest move of re-signing Chris Martin strengthening one of the deepest bullpens in the league now.

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The 2018 1st Rd Pick’s NFL career has been defined by injuries, but hopefully Tuesday’s activation was a step in the right direction for the Georgia product to begin to live up to his potential.

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Morgan Burnett was officially placed on the IR on Tuesday after one of the best games of his career last Thursday that unfortunately ended with an Achilles injury.

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Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Los Angeles Lakers

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LeBron is the triple-double King.

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