Thursday Sports Update – Red Sox Up Two Games On Dodgers In World Series

(Boston, MA) — The Red Sox are halfway to a World Series championship. They doubled up the Dodgers 4-2 in Game Two of the Fall Classic at Fenway Park. J.D. Martinez snapped a 2-all tie with a two-run single in the fifth to put Boston in front. David Price got the win. Boston leads the series 2-0. LA will host Game Three on Friday.

Texans Host Dolphins Tonight On TNF

(Houston, TX) — A pair of 4-and-3 teams meet up on Thursday Night Football tonight as the Texans host the Dolphins. Houston has won four in-a-row after an 0-and-3 start and leads the AFC South by a game over the Titans and Jaguars. Miami has lost three-of-four since a 3-and-0 start and is second in the AFC East. Our coverage begins this evening at 7 here on 710AM and 97.5FM KGNC.

Cooper Practices With Cowboys For First Time

(Frisco, TX) — Wide receiver Amari Cooper arrived for his first Cowboys’ practice. Cooper was acquired Monday from the Raiders for a 2019 first-round pick. The Cowboys are off this week before returning to action on November 11th, a Monday night home game against the Titans. They are 3-and-4, one of 20 NFL teams with no more than three wins after seven weeks. Join us this afternoon at five for The Sports Drive and 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 special.

Rockets Fall To Jazz

(Houston, TX) — The Rockets are now 1-and-3 on the season after a 100-89 home loss to the Jazz. Donovan Mitchell went off for 38 points to lead Utah, while James Harden led the Houston attack with 29. Carmelo Anthony added 22 points as the Rockets fell to 0-and-2 at home. They host the Clippers tomorrow night.

Mavericks Start Great, Finish Bad In Loss

(Atlanta, GA) — The Mavericks started strong, leading by 26 points in the second quarter, but fizzled in a 111-104 loss to the Hawks in Atlanta. Wesley Matthews topped Dallas scorers with 23 points. Rookie Luka Doncic had 21 points and Dennis Smith Junior 16 for the Mavs, who are winless in two road games. Former Baylor star Taurean Prince had 24 points for Atlanta. The Mavs will play tomorrow night in Toronto.

Brooklyn Nets 102, Cleveland Cavaliers 86
Atlanta Hawks 111, Dallas Mavericks 104
Toronto Raptors 112, Minnesota Timberwolves 105
Miami Heat 110, New York Knicks 87
Utah Jazz 100, Houston Rockets 89
Chicago Bulls 112, Charlotte Hornets 110
Indiana Pacers 116, San Antonio Spurs 96
Milwaukee Bucks 123, Philadelphia 76ers 108
Sacramento Kings 97, Memphis Grizzlies 92
Los Angeles Lakers 131, Phoenix Suns 113
Golden State Warriors 144, Washington Wizards 122

Barnes May Return Tomorrow

(Atlanta, GA) — Forward Harrison Barnes is optimistic he will make his Mavericks’ season debut tomorrow night in Toronto. He has been out with a hamstring injury. Harrison averaged 18.9 points in starting 77 games last season. When Barnes returns, Dorian Finney-Smith will probably move to the Dallas bench.

Stars Hosting Ducks Tonight

(Dallas, TX) — The Stars will wrap up a three-game homestand tonight facing the Ducks at American Airlines Center. Dallas won the first matchup on October 13th, beating Anaheim 5-3. After tonight’s game, the Stars will embark on a six-game trip against Eastern Conference opponents. Their next home game will be November 8th. Dallas is 4-and-4.

Florida Panthers 3, New York Islanders 2 (OT)
Toronto Maple Leafs 4, Winnipeg Jets 2
Tampa Bay Lightning 1, Colorado Avalanche 0
Vancouver Canucks 3, Vegas Golden Knights 2 (SO)

College Football Roundup

(Undated) — College football action will kickoff tonight when Baylor plays at Number-12 West Virginia. On Saturday, SMU will host Cincinnati, 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 and West Texas A&M will be at Texas A&M-Commerce.




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