The Morning Roundup 2/13/19

Today’s morning roundup is very special because it will be posted after we have eclipsed 100 posts. That is a big deal to us, and it wouldn’t be possible without the readership of you, our wonderful readers. If you haven’t already, I speak for all of us when I say that we would love for you to share us with whomever you think may be interested in our content. We have more great content coming, and now I will stop rambling and get to the business of recapping yesterday in sports.


The Atlanta Hawks surprisingly beat the Los Angeles Lakers last night, despite the Lakers improvement since the return of LeBron James. The San Antonio Spurs ended their losing streak following a narrow victory over the Memphis Grizzlies. The Orlando Magic easily defeated the New Orleans Pelicans who at times looked like a team that had capitulated on the season.

Atlanta Hawks 117-113 Los Angeles Lakers
Boston Celtics 112-109 Philadelphia 76ers
San Antonio Spurs 108-107 Memphis Grizzlies
Orlando Magic 118-88 New Orleans Pelicans
Golden State Warriors 115-108 Utah Jazz

Current standings

NCAA Men’s Basketball

There were several upsets across college basketball last night including two upsets from ranked matchups. No. 6 Michigan lost to unranked Penn State while No. 5 Kentucky and No. 12 Purdue lost to ranked opponents, No. 19 LSU and No. 24 Maryland, respectively. No. 2 Duke passed a tough road test as they barely edged No. 16 Louisville.

No. 24 Maryland 70-56 No. 12 Purdue
No. 19 LSU 73-71 No. 5 Kentucky
No. 11 Michigan State 67-59 No. 20 Wisconsin
No. 25 Buffalo 76-70 Akron
No. 10 Marquette 92-73 DePaul
Penn State 75-69 No. 6 Michigan
No. 2 Duke 71-69 No. 16 Louisville
No. 18 Kansas State 71-64 Texas

Current rankings


UEFA Champions League Round of 16-First Leg

Manchester United 0-2 Paris Saint-Germain
AS Roma 2-1 FC Porto

UEFA Europa League Round of 32-First Leg

Fenerbahce 1-0 Zenit St. Petersburg

NFL (News only)

The Houston Texans are preparing to cut midseason acquisition, Demaryius Thomas (read here)

Pitssburgh Steelers’ wide receiver Antonio Brown was found guilty of reckless driving after he failed to appear at his court hearing today (read here)

MLB (News only)

Jacob deGrom has issued a public statement setting a deadline for the New York Mets to sign him to an extension (read here)

Justin Verlander questions why rebuilding teams won’t sign big name free agents like Manny Machado and Bryce Harper (read here)

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