Thursday Sports Update – Red Sox Hold Off Astros In ALCS

(Houston, TX) — The Astros are facing elimination following an 8-6 loss to the Red Sox in Game Four of the American League Championship Series. Andrew Benintendi’s diving catch of Alex Bregman’s bases-loaded line drive in the ninth ended the game. George Springer and Tony Kemp homered and Josh James took the loss.

Astros Battle Red Sox Tonight

(Houston, TX) — The Astros look to stay alive tonight as they face the Red Sox in Game Five of the American League Championship Series at Minute Maid Park. Houston trails Boston 3-1 and needs three straight wins to advance. Justin Verlander takes the mound for the Astros, while the Red Sox counter with David Price.

Dodgers Edge Brewers, Take 3-2 Lead

(Los Angeles, CA) — The Dodgers are just a win away from the Fall Classic after beating the Brewers 5-2 in Game Five of the National League Championship Series in Los Angeles. Clayton Kershaw struck out nine over seven innings of three-hit, one-run ball for the win. LA leads the best-of-seven matchup 3-2. The series shifts back to Milwaukee for Game Six on Friday.

Cowboys Visit Redskins Sunday

(Frisco, TX) — The Cowboys look to fix their road woes on Sunday when they visit the Washington Redskins. Dallas is 0-and-3 on the road this season. Linebacker Sean Lee returned to practice yesterday for the first time since being hurt on September 23rd. He was limited, but has a chance to play Sunday. Join us today at 5 for Lance Lahnert’s Sports Drive and the Cowboys Huddle live at Beef O’ Brady’s – 34th & Coulter in the Summit Shopping Center. Beef’s will have $2 domestic beer and a $9.99 Fajita dinner.

Texans Prep For Jaguars

(Houston, TX) — The Texans continue prepping for Sunday’s road game at Jacksonville. Deshaun Watson played with a chest injury in Week Six but is cleared to practice and should be okay for Sunday. Texans safety Andre Hal returned to practice yesterday after being diagnosed with cancer in June. Hal had Hodgkin lymphoma, but announced it was in remission last month.

Broncos Battle Cardinals On TNF

(Glendale, AZ) — The Denver Broncos head to the desert for a Thursday Night Football showdown with the Arizona Cardinals. Denver is 0-and-2 on the road so far this season, while Arizona is 0-and-3 at home. The Cardinals lost their last meeting with the Broncos 41-20 in Denver in 2014. Our pregame coverage begins tonight at 7 on 710AM and 97.5FM KGNC.

Suns Stomp Mavericks

(Phoenix, AZ) — The Mavericks fell into an early hole and couldn’t climb out in a 121-100 season opening loss to the Suns in Phoenix. The Mavs trailed by 13 points after the first quarter and never closed the gap. Dwight Powell led Dallas with 16 points in 17 minutes off the bench. Luka Doncic scored 10 points in his NBA debut on 5-of-16 shooting. He missed all five three-point attempts. The Mavericks’ home opener is Saturday versus Minnesota.

Pelicans Top Rockets In Opener

(Houston, TX) — Anthony Davis is in MVP form to start the year as the Pelicans topped the Rockets 131-112 in Houston. James Harden had 18 points, 10 assists and nine rebounds to pace the Rockets. Eric Gordon scored a team-high 21 off the bench in defeat. Carmelo Anthony finished with nine points on 3-of-10 shooting in his Houston debut. The Rockets visit LeBron James and the Lakers on Saturday.

NBA
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Indiana Pacers 111, Memphis Grizzlies 83
Milwaukee Bucks 113, Charlotte Hornets 112
Orlando Magic 104, Miami Heat 101
Detroit Pistons 103, Brooklyn Nets 100
Toronto Raptors 116, Cleveland Cavaliers 104
New York Knicks 126, Atlanta Hawks 107
New Orleans Pelicans 131, Houston Rockets 112
San Antonio Spurs 112, Minnesota Timberwolves 108
Utah Jazz 123, Sacramento Kings 117
Phoenix Suns 121, Dallas Mavericks 100
Denver Nuggets 107, LA Clippers 98

Stars Host Wild Tomorrow

(Dallas, TX) — The Stars hope to end a two-game slide as they host the Minnesota Wild tomorrow. Dallas is 3-3-and-0 on the season but has lost two straight games to Ottawa and New Jersey. The Stars are at home for the next three games.

NHL
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Washington Capitals 4, New York Rangers 3 (OT)
Montreal Canadiens 3, St. Louis Blues 2
Calgary Flames 5, Boston Bruins 2
Anaheim Ducks 4, New York Islanders 1

College Football Preview

(Undated) — In college football action on Saturday, Texas Tech hosts Kanas for homecoming, TCU is at home against number-10 Oklahoma, West Texas A&M hosts Eastern New Mexico in the Wagon Wheel Game. Eighth-ranked Texas, number-18 Texas A&M, and Baylor each have byes this week.

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