There were some interesting games last night including one that was actually decided by a call from referees. Major League Baseball also had two major relievers coming off the market. Your morning roundup begins now.
The Washington Wizards beat the New York Knicks last night as a late goaltending call gave the Wizards the game-winning basket. The Charlotte Hornets downed the Sacramento Kings while both the Philadelphia 76ers and Denver Nuggets blew out their opponents. The Los Angeles Lakers, who are still without LeBron James, defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Washington Wizards 101-100 New York Knicks
Charlotte Hornets 114-95 Sacramento Kings
Philadelphia 76ers 120-96 Indiana Pacers
Toronto Raptors 111-109 Phoenix Suns
Denver Nuggets 135-105 Chicago Bulls
Los Angeles Lakers 138-128 Oklahoma City Thunder
NCAA Men’s Basketball
Both Top 25 teams won last night as No. 5 Gonzaga easily beat Loyola Marymount while No. 6 Michigan State overcame Nebraska in a close contest.
NCAA Football (News only)
Our latest addition to the Sports, Inc. team, Jason Michener, wrote an article that breaks down the latest transfers in college football which you can read here
MLB (News only)
Adam Ottavino and the New York Yankees agreed to a three-year/$27 million contract yesterday afternoon (read here)
The Los Angeles Angels may have secured their ninth inning spot as they reportedly reached a deal with free agent Cody Allen (read here)