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How new tight end Tyler Kroft has endeared himself to Buffalo fans

Mar 21, 2019 | by Kyle Silagyi, BuffaloBills.com
How new tight end Tyler Kroft has endeared himself to Buffalo fans

New Year’s Eve is always an exciting night for the people of Buffalo, N.Y.

The city is home to the country’s second-largest New Year’s ceremony, with roughly 40,000 people flocking to downtown Buffalo to watch the ball drop each and every year.

Sean Kilpatrick with 14 points and the dagger vs. Baskonia

Mar 20, 2019 | by Eurohoops.net
Sean Kilpatrick with 14 points and the dagger vs. Baskonia

Sean Kilpatrick put on a strong performance and made a crucial clutch triple to push Panathinaikospast Baskonia for a narrow home win in Round 27 of Turkish Airlines EuroLeague.

Sean Kilpatrick banked three shots from deep including the dagger with a minute and a half left on his way to 14 points while adding two rebounds, two assists and a steal.

JARED DUDLEY AND BROOKLYN NETS VETS STAYED READY AND CAME THROUGH

Mar 20, 2019 | by Tom Dowd, NBA.com/Nets
JARED DUDLEY AND BROOKLYN NETS VETS STAYED READY AND CAME THROUGH

SACRAMENTO — Jared Dudley brings a professional's perspective to things. The Brooklyn Nets forward figures if he can't be sure of getting some run on a game night, he'll get it in the morning.

So Tuesday morning, Dudley led a contingent of Nets in scrimmage action. If they didn't get minutes in the evening, they'd have gotten their work in. If ...

Zach Collins and Enes Kanter a complementary combo for Blazers

Mar 19, 2019 | by Jared Cowley, KGW
Zach Collins and Enes Kanter a complementary combo for Blazers

PORTLAND, Ore. — Are Zach Collins and Enes Kanter the new Zach Collins and Ed Davis?

Last season, the pairing of Collins and Davis was one of the most effective combinations for the Portland Trail Blazers. In the 787 minutes those two shared the court, the Blazers outscored opponents by 6.4 points per 100 possessions.

Surprise visit home turned into even bigger surprise for Brett Hundley, Cardinals' newest QB

Mar 16, 2019 | by Bob McManaman, Arizona Republic

It was supposed to be a surprise visit home just to see his family. Instead, it turned out to be a surprise on the guy who planned it all.

Brett Hundley’s return to the Valley last week couldn’t have worked out better.

“It was crazy,” the Cardinals’ newest quarterback said. “At first, I was coming here to surprise my family, just to ...

Tyrese Rice named BCL Round of 16 MVP

Mar 15, 2019 | by Eurohoops.net
Tyrese Rice named BCL Round of 16 MVP

Tyrese Rice of Brose Bamberg has enjoyed a dazzling first season in the Basketball Champions League. He sure didn’t hold anything back on Wednesday, with his 32 points leading the team to a second straight victory over Banvit and into the Quarter-Finals. The 31-year-old guard has scooped the honor as MVP of the Round of 16. He has spoken to the championsleague.basketball ...

McDermott's Shooting is Road-Tested

Mar 15, 2019 | by Mark Montieth, NBA.com/Pacers
McDermott's Shooting is Road-Tested

If there's a player eager to hit the road and take on the gauntlet that awaits the Pacers, it's probably Doug McDermott. The guy, for reasons known to nobody including himself, heats up in opposing arenas.

Meet Jordan Ta'amu, the gem of the 2019 NFL draft's QB class

Mar 14, 2019 | by hickszach, DraftWire
Meet Jordan Ta'amu, the gem of the 2019 NFL draft's QB class

NFL teams are always looking for quarterbacks who can turn the state of their franchise around.

Jordan Ta’amu has all the traits and upside to be that kind of player.

5 things to know about new Falcons' guard James Carpenter

Mar 14, 2019 | by Kelsey Conway, Atlanta Falcons

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. – The Falcons agreed to terms with veteran guard James Carpenter on Wednesday in hopes to continue to fortify their offensive line.

Carpenter, 29, has spent time with the Seattle Seahawks and New York Jets prior to his arrival in Atlanta. He was the starting left guard for the Seahawks when Dan Quinn was the defensive coordinator and ...

Akron's Ulysees Gilbert one of draft's best kept secrets

Mar 14, 2019 | by Andrew Dicecco,
Akron's Ulysees Gilbert one of draft's best kept secrets

Ulysees Gilbert was predestined to play football.

“My mom always told me that pretty much since I was born, I picked up a football and my brother picked up a basketball,” Gilbert recalled.

Growing up in Ocala, Florida, Gilbert started playing football at age five — and seemingly hasn’t put the football down since.

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