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  1. Yasiel Puig's home run, bat flip, scream and crotch chop in Game 7 sealed the deal over the Brewers for the NL pennant.
  2. In the Utah Jazz's Oct. 5 preseason win over the Toronto Raptors, Joe Ingles went 5-for-11 from 3-point territory. A couple days later, he doubled down when a reporter reminded him that he "joked" about being the NBA's best marksman. "No, I am," Ingles responded. "The numbers I've shot, the percentages, they obviously are what they are and people are going to dissect everything, but I honestly feel like they're all going to go in when I shoot the ball.
  3. Lakers legend Kobe Bryant spoke with The Undefeated about his role in bringing LeBron James to Los Angeles. "I’ll tell you, when [Lakers owner] Jeanie Buss came to me and said, ‘I really want to go after [LeBron],’ I said, ‘Jeanie, he’s not coming here until you clean up this s— here,'" Bryant told the Undefeared. "The last thing LeBron wants to do is come to an organization that has a lot of infighting, a lot of the stuff going on.
  4. Rajon Rondo and Chris Paul are two of the NBA's prickliest point guards, and the pair got into it Saturday night at Staples Center. In LeBron James' first regular-season game in Los Angeles as a Laker, Brandon Ingram shoved James Harden after the reigning
  5. Carlos Hyde will no longer wear the brown and orange for the rest of the season. Most fantasy players and sports fans alike weren’t prepared for the bombshell news that arrived on Friday. In a move that came virtually out of the blue, the 2-3-1 Cleveland Browns traded starting running back Carlos Hyde to the 3-3 Jacksonville Jaguars.
  6. The regular season has begun, and Pat McCaw still is nowhere to be found. On Thursday night, Steve Kerr was asked about the soon-to-be 23-year-old wing. "He's a restricted free agent so we have his rights no matter whether he accepts the contract that we've offered or not," the Warriors coach told Damon Bruce on 95.7 The Game. "We've been in touch with him occasionally, and he's going through his own thought process.
  7. Ohio State has a lot of work to do to get to the College Football Playoff. It’s time to seriously reconsider how good Ohio State is. All of the No. 2 Buckeyes’ flaws were on display in a 49-20 loss at Purdue on Saturday night.
  8. The Houston Astros will not win back-to-back world championships this October. Eliminated by the Boston Red Sox in Game 5 of the recently concluded ALCS, the rebuilt Astros still remain the model for rebuilding teams like the White Sox. The White Sox figure to be more active this winter then they were last offseason, with Rick Hahn already saying the team will be making pitching additions, a no-brainer with Michael Kopech slated to miss the entire 2019 season while recovering from Tommy John surgery.
  9. A race between Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill and Auburn wideout Anthony Schwartz may be in the making. On Tuesday, Schwartz tweeted at Hill wondering when the two could go head-to-head in a race. Both Schwartz and Hill are in the midst of their respective football seasons, but according to Hill's response, a race in the near future could be on the calendar.
  10. To open the scoring against Oregon, Washington State coach Mike Leach pulled out an unusual formation. In a variation of a “swinging gate,” Washington State’s entire offensive line was lined up way left of the ball with wide receiver Kyle Sweet acting as the center. Sweet snapped the ball back across the field to quarterback Gardner Minshew.