Scores for September 17, 2018
Dwyane Wade on playing next season: Markelle Fultz was rumored to have been dangled for the Spurs, but it appears that wasn't the case. Isaiah Thomas is a little guy with big confidence. Top 10 most clutch plays of NBA season.
JJ Redick explains why he was upset at coverage of Markelle Fultz last year. Despite Redick's feelings, the burden of Fultz's damaged psyche was on the 76ers organization. Satoransky is coming off a strong season in Washington.
Milwaukee police chief says one officer in Sterling Brown incident has been fired. He was fired for social media posts after and related to the incident with Brown, not his actions themselves. Bird says he's taking time away from team. Lakers ace offseason by signing LeBron. Grading the offseason for the Los Angeles Lakers. Celtics guard Jabari Bird was arrested after a domestic-violence incident and more details are emerging. Misadventures stall progress for 76ers.
Grading the offseason for the Philadelphia 76ers. Deng Adel ruins all the dang jokes by backing out of Timberwolves deal. Watch the Storms passing and three-point shooting in the close-out game. How much playing time would Dwyane Wade demand if he returns to Heat? He has earned right to set parameters with Heat. Pelicans not concerned about possibility of Anthony Davis hiring agent Rich Paul. New Orleans held Minnesota scoreless for 10 consecutive possessions at the end of the third quarter and the beginning of the fourth quarter to pull away.
Jrue Holiday had 19 points and seven assists and Tyreke Evans added 13 points and five assists for the Pelicans. By The Sports Xchange. North Texas pulls off fake fair catch on punt return for TD. Naomi Osaka reveals what Serena Williams told her at U. Colin Kaepernick headed to Hall of Fame -- at his high school. Famous birthdays for Sept. Space shuttle Enterprise debuts.
LeBron James and Cavs are trying to become first road team to win a Finals Game 7 since this Washington team, which holds on without fouled-out star forward Elvin Hayes. Two numbers add up to one giant heartbreak for a city. John Starks' notorious 2-for night has New Yorkers wishing for another low-speed car chase to distract NBC and spoils dream of joining Rangers for a double New York title celebration.
Willis Reed ignited the Madison Square Garden crowd when he limped out of the tunnel and held Wilt Chamberlain to 21 points. Knicks , Lakers Celtics , Lakers Heat 95, Spurs Lakers , Pistons