By Rob Mason, PSO President of Sports Operations
Nov 23, 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 22, 2019:

Kawhi Leonard’s clutch gene came up again as the Clippers knocked off the Rockets, largely thanks to Kawhi’s heroics.

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James Harden looked like the MVP of the NBA once again on Friday, even though his team didn’t come out victorious. This 4-point play shows how ridiculous peak-Harden is from an offensive standpoint.

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Lou Will came alive in the 2nd half with monumental buckets to help the Clippers come out of the Staples Center with a dub vs. Houston.

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Russell Westbrook is one of the greatest players of this generation, but has failed at times when it matters most on numerous occasions throughout his career. His first opportunity to silence that narrative as a member of Rockets failed miserably with an agonizing brick when the game was on the line. On the good side, he did give his old teammate Paul George a bucket in crunch time.

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This dynamic duo has brought back Showtime to the City of Angels.

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Chicago gave their clubhouse leader an extension as the White Sox kickstart themselves back into contention over the duration of said extension.

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Kemba Walker unfortunately left the Celtics-Nuggets game on a stretcher, but fortunately all the early signed have been positive.

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Luka Doncic’s sensational Sophomore season continued as the Mavs absolutely dismantled a NBA team in back-to-back games with Dirk Nowitzki in the house.

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Ben Simmons (surprisingly) just got his first triple-double of the season, while Jokic notched his third.

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Before playing a single inning above Double-A, Seattle’s top prospect Evan White signed a historic contract that guaranteed him $24M with a chance of earning $55.5M total.

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Houston Rockets vs. Los Angeles Clippers

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The 2 most clutch players play on the same team. 😳

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