Stephen Curry leads Warriors to their best start since 73-win season
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Stephen Curry turned in his third straight double-double, as the Warriors stayed unbeaten with a 119-107 win over the Sacramento Kings. Almost like it’s 2015-16 again. Only 21 more to go. At 3-0, the Warriors are off to their best start since their record-setting 73-win campaign of six seasons ago, which they began by reeling off 24 in a row before their first loss. And it’s been fueled by a vintage Curry, who turned in his third double-double effort in as many games with 27 points and 10 assists, along with seven rebounds, to help Golden State pull away late at the Golden...
The Mercury News
Colts 30, 49ers 18: Defensive penalties, offensive ineptitude key fourth straight loss
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — The rain kept falling Sunday night, symbolically escorting the 49ers to a fourth straight loss that has their season in an embarrassing freefall. The 49ers emerged from their bye week to lose 30-18 to the Indianapolis Colts amid a torrent of rain, wind, defensive penalties and offensive implosions. It was the most inclement weather the 49ers have endured since Levi’s Stadium opened in 2014, and, with their stands half-full of poncho-wearing fans, boos loudly cascaded from the crowd during second-half sorrows. Appalling play by their defensive backs mostly was reflected in...
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Dan Wiederer: The Chicago Bears’ 35-point loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was lopsided, humiliating and confusing — but not even a little bit surprising
Perhaps the most depressing thing for the Chicago Bears is that much of the football world saw this disaster coming. And then it happened for all to see in all its gory detail. Sunday’s 38-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium fell into many categories. Lopsided, for one. It was the biggest blowout defeat for the Bears since an infamous 55-14 loss to the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field seven years ago. Ugly? Yep, that description fits, too, after rookie quarterback Justin Fields turned the ball over five times and Bucs star Tom Brady fired four touchdown passes in one ...
Kevin Durant, Nets not hoping Kyrie Irving comes to ‘save the day’
Kyrie Irving is not walking through the Barclays Center doors to save the Nets anytime soon — and Kevin Durant knows it. After the Nets offense sputtered in their first game at home — a 111-95 loss to a young, fun Charlotte Hornets team — Durant addressed the elephant in the room: The Nets are not as good without Irving as they would like you to believe. “We definitely want Kyrie Irving out here on the floor, and he is a huge part of what we do, but it is not happening right now,” Durant said. “So we’ve got to figure it out, but no one is going to lose confidence while we’re playing and hope K...
New York Daily News
Lucas Raymond's three goals power Red Wings' victory over Blackhawks
The Red Wings were looking to rebound from an ugly loss the night before, and rookie Lucas Raymond made sure they did. Raymond had a three-goal night Sunday in only his sixth NHL game, carrying the Wings to a 6-3 victory over the woeful Chicago Blackhawks. Raymond snapped a power-play goal midway in the third period to complete his hat trick, and fourth goal this season, and ice the victory. It was the first hat trick for a Wings player age 19 or younger since Steve Yzerman — who drafted Raymond in the first round in 2020 (fourth overall) — in 1985. After two consecutive teams took advantage o...
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Cole Anthony, Terrence Ross fuel Magic to first win, beating Knicks, 110-104
Orlando has learned some hard lessons through the first two games but that education is starting to pay off as the Magic earned their first win of the season, beating the New York Knicks, 110-104. Cole Anthony posted his first career double-double in his return to the New York area, posting 29 points and 16 rebounds along with 8 assists. Terrance Ross had 22 points – all in the fourth quarter. It’s the first win by the Magic (1-2) since beating the Detroit Pistons on May 3, snapping a 9-game losing streak dating back to last season. Anthony played high school basketball at Archbishop Molloy Hi...
Sixers vs. Thunder instant analysis: Seth Curry sparks 115-103 win in Oklahoma City
OKLAHOMA CITY — The 76ers have had a split personality long before Doc Rivers took over as coach last season. At times, the Sixers make the extra pass while sharing the ball and finding the hot teammate. Then there are occasions when they resort to playing “hero ball.” On those nights, things get stagnant as certain individuals attempt to become a one-man scoring machines. For the Sixers, “hero ball’ often has often resulted in losses, while they’ve had some success while sharing the ball. Doing the former paid dividends in their Sunday night 115-103 victory over Oklahoma City Thunder at Payco...
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