Texans Cruise Past Dolphins On Thursday Night Football

(Houston, TX) — Deshaun Watson threw five touchdown passes as the Texans cruised past the Dolphins 42-23 in Houston. DeAndre Hopkins and Jordan Thomas each caught a pair of scores for the Texans, and Will Fuller had a 73-yard TD reception in the win. Lamar Miller added 133 yards and a score on the ground as Houston won its fifth straight since an 0-and-3 start.

Cowboys Work Out Two Defensive Backs

(Frisco, TX) — The Cowboys worked out former Raiders safety Obi Melifonwu. Oakland drafted him in the second round in 2017, but he has been setback by hip issues. Dallas also met with veteran defensive back Teddy Williams, who was on the Cowboys practice squad in 2011 and has appeared in 36 NFL games with five different teams. The Cowboys are off this week before returning to action on November 5th for a Monday night game against the Titans at home.

Dodgers Host Red Sox In World Series G3 Tonight

(Los Angeles, CA) — The World Series now switches coasts as the Dodgers host the Red Sox in Game Three tonight in Los Angeles. Boston won the first two games of the best-of-seven series at home. Rick Porcello will pitch tonight for the Sox, while the Dodgers counter with Walker Buehler. LA also hosts Game Four tomorrow. Our pregame coverage begins this evening at 6 on 710AM and 97.5 FM KGNC.

Celtics Rally Past Winless Thunder

(Oklahoma City, OK) — Jayson Tatum put up 24 points as the Celtics rallied past the Thunder 101-95 in Oklahoma City. The Celtics trailed by 16 at halftime, but a 40-point third quarter put them back in the fold. They closed the game on a 16-1 run to complete the comeback. Marcus Morris contributed 21 points and 10 boards off the bench as Boston improved to 3-and-2. Russell Westbrook shot just 5-of-20 from the field and finished with 13 points, 15 rebounds and eight assists for the Thunder. Paul George scored a team-high 22 points as OKC fell to 0-and-4.

Portland Trail Blazers 128, Orlando Magic 114
Detroit Pistons 110, Cleveland Cavaliers 103
Los Angeles Lakers 121, Denver Nuggets 114

Mavericks Will Play Tonight In Toronto

(Toronto, Ontario) — The Mavericks will return to the court tonight in Toronto to face the undefeated Raptors. Dallas blew a 26-point lead in falling to the Hawks 111-104 on Wednesday in Atlanta. Forward Harrison Barnes is listed as probable for Toronto after missing the first four games and all of preseason with a strained right hamstring. DeAndre Jordan has a double-double in every Dallas game this season.

Rockets Host Clippers; Paul Returns, Harden Doubtful

(Houston, TX) — The Rockets look to get back in the win column as they host the L.A. Clippers tonight. Houston lost to the Clippers in L.A. last week. James Harden is doubtful to play with a strained hamstring while Chris Paul is eligible to return after serving a two-game suspension. Following this game, the Rockets are off until Tuesday’s home game against Portland.

Rockets Offer Four First-Rounders For Butler

(Houston, TX) — The Rockets are making another push to acquire All-Star Jimmy Butler from the Timberwolves. ESPN reports Houston has offered Minnesota four future first-round draft picks for the disgruntled guard. Butler has made no secret he wants out of Minnesota.

Stars Shine Over Ducks

(Dallas, TX) — Jason Dickinson had two goals and an assist to lead the Stars to a 5-2 verdict over the Ducks in Dallas. Ben Bishop stopped 23 of 25 shots for Dallas, which upped its record to 5-and-4 and has bested the Ducks twice in two weeks. The Stars will play Sunday at Detroit to open a six-game trip against Eastern Conference opponents. Their next home game will be November 8th.

Nashville Predators 4, New Jersey Devils 3 (OT)
Buffalo Sabres 4, Montreal Canadiens 3
Boston Bruins 3, Philadelphia Flyers 0
Minnesota Wild 4, Los Angeles Kings 1
Columbus Blue Jackets 7, St. Louis Blues 4
Dallas Stars 5, Anaheim Ducks 2
Chicago Blackhawks 4, New York Rangers 1
Edmonton Oilers 4, Washington Capitals 1
Pittsburgh Penguins 9, Calgary Flames 1
Arizona Coyotes 4, Vancouver Canucks 1

College Football Roundup

(Undated) — College football kicked off last night with Number-12 West Virginia crushing Baylor 58-14 in Morgantown. Tomorrow, seventh-ranked Texas will play at Oklahoma State, number-17 Texas A&M will be at Mississippi State, TCU will play Kansas in Lawrence, Texas Tech will battle Iowa State in Ames,SMU will host Cincinnati, North Texas will host Rice in Denton and the West Texas A&M Buffaloes will be at Texas A&M-Commerce. We will broadcast the Florida and Georgia game beginning tomorrow afternoon at 2.

Odor Lone Texas Finalist For Gold Glove

(Undated) — Second baseman Rougned Odor is the only Texas Rangers finalist for a Rawlings Gold Glove for defensive excellence. The Rangers have never had a Gold Glove second baseman.

Three Astros Named Gold Glove Finalists

(Houston, TX) — Three Astros are finalists for Gold Gloves this season. Alex Bregman, Dallas Keuchel and Martin Maldonado are all in the running for the prestigious defensive honor. Winners will be announced on Sunday, November 4th.

NFL Fires Down Judge Cruz

(New York, NY) — The NFL is firing down judge Hugo Cruz for performance reasons. It’s the first time during the Super Bowl era the league has taken such action in mid-season. Cruz last worked in Week Six, missing an obvious false start by the Chargers on a score against the Browns. He did not work Week Seven. Cruz joined the NFL in 2015.

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