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The Trail Blazers were more prolific in a half than the Heat were for an entire game. Take a look --
.@Indians P Corey Kluber's season just kept getting better and better on his way to the Cy Young Award
Anthony Morrow's 28 points for Thunder tonight are a season high
Trail Blazers: NBA-season high 84 points in 1st half at Nuggets
Brandon Jennings with a season-high 30 points tonight vs the Wizards, still has a quarter to go
Let's put Clayton Kershaw's amazing season into historical perspective
What made Clayton Kershaw so good? Among many things: He had swing-and-miss stuff against right-handed hitters
Four of the NBA’s top five scorers are from the Western Conference
NBA rebound leader Anthony Davis has at least 11 in every game except one this season
Before last season, Rajon Rondo had 3 years in a row averaging more than 11 assists a game. He’s on pace again
We've also got some love for Randy Moss today. No WR has had a bigger impact on his QBs.
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Martin Jacobson, the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event champion:
FPI projects that if the top 4 were as it currently stands, Oregon would have the best chance (34%) to win the title
Did you know? NFL receiving leader Antonio Brown was a sixth-round draft pick … from @CMU_Football
DeMarco Murray had what for him was an “off” game (131 yards) but still leads the field by almost a quarter-mile
Peyton Manning threw 5 TD passes on the week Andrew Luck and the Colts were idle; Manning now has the season lead
“It’s just as important, if you can’t get there, to get your hands up and get in the way.” – Connor Barwin, Eagles
Ryan Anderson with a dominant first half for the Pelicans ... take a look at his shot chart
Jacob deGrom joined some pretty impressive company in Mets history with his Rookie of the Year award
Take a look at this José Abreu heat map ... if you couldn't keep the ball down, he was extremely hard to get out
Jose Abreu was all over the strike zone as a rookie:
Here's how the NFL playoff picture would look if the season ended today (which it doesn't):
Anthony Davis vs LeBron James tonight, 2 of the best in the NBA:
As this heat map shows, Mets P Jacob deGrom was tough to hit in a lot of areas
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