(Frisco, TX) — Wide receiver Tavon Austin and linebacker Sean Lee are back on the Cowboys’ practice field after lengthy absences. Austin has not played since October 14th because of a severe groin injury. Lee aggravated a hamstring injury on November 5th and has been out during the five-game winning streak.
Cowboys Facing Colts Next
(Frisco, TX) — The Cowboys began practice to prepare for a Sunday game with the Colts in Indianapolis. Dallas will try to extend its winning streak to six straight. The 7-and-6 Colts snapped the Texans’ nine-game winning streak last Sunday in Houston. The Cowboys sit atop the NFL East at 8-and-5. Join us this evening at 6 for the Dallas Cowboys Huddle live at Beef O’ Brady’s, 34th & Coulter in the Summit Shopping Center. We will talk about the Cowboys win over the Eagles and Sunday’s game against the Saints. You can win a Dallas Cowboys coffee travel cup.
Chargers, Chiefs Square Off In Key AFC West Tussle
(Kansas City, MO) — An AFC West showdown takes place tonight as the Chiefs host the Chargers on Thursday Night Football. KC has won two straight and leads the division at 11-and-2. The Chiefs are a perfect 6-and-0 at Arrowhead. The Chargers are right on their heels at 10-and-3. The Bolts have dropped nine straight to the Chiefs, with their last win in 2013. Our pregame coverage begins tonight at 7 on 710AM and 97.5FM KGNC.
Mavs Top Hawks, Extend Home Winning Streak
(Dallas, TX) — Harrison Barnes scored 25 points and rookie Luke Doncic 24 plus as the Mavericks defeated the Hawks 114-107 in Dallas. Mavs’ reserve J.J. Barea contributed 18 points in 16 minutes before exiting with a left ankle sprain. The Mavs have won 11 straight home games, their longest home streak since winning 12 in a row in the 2007-08 season. The Mavs play tonight in Phoenix.
Pelicans Slip Past Thunder
(New Orleans, LA) — Anthony Davis racked up 44 points and 18 rebounds to lead Pelicans past the Thunder 118-114 in New Orleans. Julius Randle contributed 22 points and 12 boards for the Pelicans, who have alternated wins and losses in their last 10 games. Jrue Holiday donated 20 points and 10 assists in the victory. Paul George netted 25 points and Dennis Schroder scored 24 off the bench for OKC, which has lost two-of-three. Russell Westbrook and Steven Adams both had 20 points in the setback.
Indiana Pacers 113, Milwaukee Bucks 97
Charlotte Hornets 108, Detroit Pistons 107
Boston Celtics 130, Washington Wizards 125 (OT)
Brooklyn Nets 127, Philadelphia 76ers 124
Cleveland Cavaliers 113, New York Knicks 106
New Orleans Pelicans 118, Oklahoma City Thunder 114
Memphis Grizzlies 92, Portland Trail Blazers 83
Dallas Mavericks 114, Atlanta Hawks 107
Utah Jazz 111, Miami Heat 84
Sacramento Kings 141, Minnesota Timberwolves 130
Toronto Raptors 113, Golden State Warriors 93
Rockets Home Tonight Against Lakers
(Houston, TX) — The Rockets are back on the court tonight, hosting the Los Angeles Lakers. Houston beat Portland 111-104 Tuesday to snap a three-game skid. The Rockets enter at 12-and-14.
Stars Fall to Ducks, Play Sharks Tonight
(Anaheim, CA) — Miro Heiskanen, Blake Comeau and Alexander Radulov lit the lamp for Dallas in a 6-3 loss to the Ducks in Anaheim. The Stars led 3-2 with less than 10 minutes to play, but the Ducks closed with four unanswered goals. Dallas has lost the first two games of this four-game trip West. The Stars will play the Sharks tonight in San Jose.
Vegas Golden Knights 3, New York Islanders 2
Chicago Blackhawks 6, Pittsburgh Penguins 3
Calgary Flames 6, Philadelphia Flyers 5 (OT)
Anaheim Ducks 6, Dallas Stars 3
Rangers Signing Lynn
(Las Vegas, NV) — The Rangers have reportedly signed free agent right-hander Lance Lynn to a three-year 30-million dollar contract. Lynn was a combined 10-and-10 with a 4.77 ERA last season with the Twins and Yankees. He averaged 9.4 strikeouts per nine innings in 2018. He spent the first six years of his career with St. Louis, going 82-and-57 with a 3.57 ERA in 183 games.
Charlie Morton Leaving Astros For Tampa Bay
(Houston, TX) — Astros pitcher Charlie Morton is leaving Houston for Tampa Bay. The 34-year-old right-hander is signing a two-year, 30-million-dollar free agency deal with the Rays. Morton signed with the Astros before the 2017 season, when Houston won the World Series. He pitched four strong innings late in Game 7 of the 2017 October classic on the way to the team’s first world championship.
College Basketball (Top-25 Coaches Poll)
#11 Texas Tech Red Raiders 79, Northwestern State Demons 44
#22 Houston Cougars 82, LSU Tigers 76
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(Undated) — In area college basketball last night: Number-11 Texas Tech led by 43 points at halftime and slaughtered Northwestern Louisiana State 79-44. On Saturday, SMU plays at Georgetown, Baylor visits Arizona, Grand Canyon is at Texas, Texas A&M plays Oregon State at Portland in the Dam City Classic and 9-and-0 Tech hosts Abilene Christian. On Sunday, TCU hosts Indiana State.