By Pro Sports Outlook, The Front Office for Fans
Nov 27, 2019

‘Today in Sports’ is a continuously updated daily article showcasing the real headlines only (none of the noise), all of the top highlights, interesting facts from around the NFL, NBA, & MLB, as well as the main games worth watching, the best performances of the day (posted at the end of the day), significant birthdays, and a quick recap of notable events on this day in sports history. 

AD season-high 41 pts vs. old team

Kemba Walker’s best game in Boston

33K & counting for the King

Montrezl Harrell Game Winning Tip

Zach LaVine shifts dunk mid air

Marc Gasol from Downtown Canada

Carmelo was hoopin’ in Portland debut

Kevin Porter Jr. shows off his arsenal

Nunn chasedown block on Westbrook

RJ Barrett throws it down!

Matisse Thybulle doing it on both ends

What a dish by Miles Bridges

Nets red-hot 2nd quarter

Jaylen Brown double-move stepback

Embiid redeeming himself

All-Time Candidate EDGE Von Miller

All-Time Team Candidate Luke Keuchly

Best of AD in LA so far

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[Player of the Day] PF Anthony Davis, LAL (@NOP): 41 PTS (15-30 FG), 1 AST, 9 REB, 3 STL, 1 BLK

PG Kemba Walker, BOS (v.BKN): 39 PTS (13-24 FG), 4 AST, 6 REB, 1 STL, 2 TOV

C Jonas Valanciunas, MEM (v.LAC): 30 PTS (12-17 FG), 3 AST, 16 REB, 1 STL, 1 BLK

PG LeBron James, LAL (@NOP): 29 PTS (10-18 FG), 11 AST, 5 REb, 2 STL, 5 TOV

F Jabari Parker, ATL (@MIL): 33 PTS (13-23 FG), 5 AST, 14 REB, 2 STL, 5 TOV

MLB: OF Eloy Jimenez, Chicago White Sox (turns 23)

NFL: P AJ Cole, Oakland Raiders (24)

NFL: WR John Ross, Cincinnati Bengals (25)

NFL: C Austin Reiter, Kansas City Chiefs (28)

NFL: DB Lamarcus Joyner, Oakland Raiders (29)

MLB: SS Jimmy Rollins, Retired after 2016 (41)

MLB: C Ivan Rodriguez, Hall of Fame (48)

NFL: OT Larry Allen, Hall of Fame (48)

2015: Rockets SG James Harden scored 50 points in a 116-114 win over the 76ers

1994: Chiefs QB Joe Montana became the 5th player in NFL history to surpass 40,000 career passing yards

1966: The Washington Redskins defeated the New York Giants 72-41, the highest-scoring game in NFL history

1963: Wilt Chamberlain set an NBA record by converting 18 consecutive field goal attempts in the Warriors’ win over the Knicks

1947: 76ers’ Howie Dallmar went 0-15 from the field against the Knicks, setting an NBA record that would stand until 1991 (Tim Hardaway)

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