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The Morning Roundup 1/29/19

There were only a few games/matches yesterday, but there was some major news coming out of New Orleans in the NBA. It is all covered here in your morning roundup.

NBA

Hornets 101-92 Knicks

Warriors 132-100 Pacers

Celtics 112-104 Nets

Nuggets 95-92 Grizzlies

Hawks 123-118 Clippers

NBA News

Pelicans F Anthony Davis has informed the team he will not sign a contract extension if he is offered one. He has also made public that he would like to be traded. The Lakers are currently the front-runner to land the All-Star forward. The deal is rumored to include Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma, Ivica Zubac, and the Lakers’ 1st Round pick.

NCAA Men’s Top 25

#16 Texas Tech 84-65 TCU

#2 Duke 83-61 Notre Dame

Italian Serie A

Genoa 3-1 Empoli

2018/19 English FA Cup Round 4

Barnet 3-3 Brentford

With Super LIII less than a week away now, Super Bowl media coverage has begun. As we get closer to the big game, look for a Super Bowl preview here from Sports, Inc.

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Morning Roundup 1/26/19

From the basketball court to the football pitch, sporting events were not hard to come by. Here’s your morning roundup.

NBA

Nuggets 132-95 Suns

Wizards 95-91 Magic

Nets 109-99 Knicks

Heat 100-94 Cavaliers

Rockets 121-119 Raptors

Clippers 106-101 Bulls

Kings 99-96 Grizzlies

Maverick 106-101 Pistons

Bucks 108-99 Hornets

Jazz 106-102 Timberwolves

NCAA Men’s Top 25

#14 Buffalo 88-79 Kent State

#5 Michigan 69-46 Indiana

2018/19 English FA Cup Round 4

Manchester United 3-1 Arsenal

Bundesliga

Hertha Berlin 2-2 Schalke 04

Ligue 1

Lille 2-1 Marseille

With Super Bowl LIII just around the corner, check back here for a preview of the big game.

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Morning Roundup 1/21/19

Yesterday was a day filled with games, from soccer matches, NBA and college basketball games, to the NFL conference championship games. This morning roundup will cover all of that.

NBA

Timberwolves 116-114 Suns

Pacers 120-95 Hornets

Clippers 103-95 Spurs

NCAA Men’s Top 25

#23 Iowa 95-71 Illinois

#15 Marquette 79-68 Providence

Unranked Boston College upsets #11 Florida State 87-82

Soccer

English Premier League

Manchester City 3-0 Huddersfield Town

Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 Fulham

Serie A

Atalanta 5-0 Frosinone

SPAL 1-1 Bologna

Fiorentina 3-3 Sampdoria

Cagliari 2-2 Empoli

Napoli 2-1 Lazio

La Liga

Real Betis 3-2 Girona

Villarreal 1-1 Athletic Bilbao

Rayo Vallecano 2-2 Real Sociedad

Levante 2-0 Real Valladolid

Barcelona 3-1 Leganes

NFL

NFC Championship Game

Rams 26-23 Saints (F/OT)

AFC Championship Game

Patriots 37-31 Chiefs (F/OT)

Check back later for a detailed review of conference championship weekend as well as a preview and prediction for Super Bowl LIII.

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Morning Roundup 1/19/19

Yesterday was a fairly slow sports day. There were only a handful of basketball games yesterday and only so many soccer matches. Nevertheless, here is your morning roundup.

NBA

Celtics 122-116 Grizzlies

Pistons 98-93 Heat

Nets 117-115 Magic

Spurs 116-113 Timberwolves

Jazz 115-99 Cavaliers

Trail Blazers 128-112 Pelicans

Warriors 112-94 Clippers

In this game, Warriors center DeMarcus Cousins made his season debut as he was dealing with an achilles injury dating back to last season. In this game, Cousins logged 14 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal and 1 block in 15 minutes of action. Cousins will slowly be incorporated into the Dubs’ offense as he looks to help the team make a run towards their third straight NBA Finals.

NCAA Basketball

#22 Villanova 85-75 Xavier

#19 Maryland 75-61 Ohio State

#16 Buffalo 77-65 Eastern Michigan

Top Soccer

Bundesliga

Bayern Munich 3-1 TSG Hoffenheim

La Liga

Getafe 4-0 Alavés

Ligue 1

Lille 1-0 SC Amiens

2018/19 English League Championship

Norwich City 3-1 Birmingham City

Check back tomorrow for another morning roundup and check back on Monday for a full analysis of championship weekend in the NFL playoffs.

-Marcus Jacobs

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Morning Roundup 1/16/19

Yesterday saw multiple upsets in the men’s basketball realm. Here is your morning roundup.

NBA

Pacers 131-97 Suns

76ers 149-107 Timberwolves

Hawks 142-126 Thunder

Bucks 124-86 Heat

Lakers 107-100 Bulls

Warriors 142-111 Nuggets

The Warriors in the win set the record for most points scored in the first quarter of a game ever with 51.

NCAA Men’s Top 25

#24 Mississippi State 71-68 Florida

LSU upsets #18 Ole Miss 83-69

Wake Forest upsets #17 NC State 71-67

#16 Buffalo 88-79 Western Michigan

#15 Marquette holds on to beat Mac McClung and the Georgetown Hoyas 74-71

#13 UNC 75-69 Notre Dame

#12 Kentucky 69-49 Georgia

#10 Nevada 72-71 Boise State

#4 UVA defeats state rival #9 Virginia Tech 81-59

#3 Tennessee 106-87 Arkansas

Soccer

English FA Cup Round 3

Newcastle United 4-2 Blackburn

Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 Luton Town

Shrewsbury Town 3-2 Stoke City

Copa del Rey Round of 16

Getafe 1-0 Real Valladolid (2nd Leg Agg. 1-2)

Valencia 3-0 Sporting Gijón (2nd Leg Agg. 4-2)

Continue to check back every day here at Sports, Inc. for more Morning Roundups, more articles on the NFL playoffs, and more sporting events around the world.

-Marcus Jacobs

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Morning Roundup 1/8/19

Sports were in full effect yesterday as we had soccer, basketball, and even a little bit of football. This is your morning roundup.

Soccer

2018/19 English FA Cup 3rd Round

Wolverhampton 2-1 Liverpool

NBA

Spurs 119-107 Pistons

Celtics 116-95 Nets

Rockets 125-113 Nuggets

Bucks 114-102 Jazz

Pelicans 114-95 Grizzlies

Lakers 107-97 Mavericks

Trail Blazers 111-101 Knicks

Kings 111-95 Magic

NCAA Football

And of course, the event of the night and the event of the year so far: The College Football Playoff National Championship. Alabama-Clemson Round 4. And in Round 4, it was all Clemson. Tua Tagovailoa was hurried and harassed the whole game as he finished 22-34 with 295 yards, 2 touchdowns and 2 picks, while Trevor Lawrence of Clemson was having himself a field day. He finished 20-32 with 347 yards and 3 touchdowns and helped propel them to their second national title in 3 years. The final score was 44-16.

With college football officially over, we will patiently wait until it is the time for it once again, but for most sports fans, we now patiently wait until February when pitchers and catchers report for MLB spring training. Until then, keep coming back every morning for another Morning Roundup from one of us here at Sports, Inc.

-Marcus Jacobs

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Morning Roundup 1/3/19

As we gear up for the NFL playoffs this weekend, there were not too many sporting events yesterday. Regardless, here is the recap in case you missed any of them.

NBA

76ers 132-127 Suns

Pistons 101-94 Grizzlies

Magic 112-84 Bulls

Celtics 115-102 Timberwolves

Nets 126-121 Pelicans

Wizards 114-98 Hawks

Heat 117-92 Cavaliers

Mavericks 122-84 Hornets

Thunder 107-100 Lakers

NCAA Men’s Top 25

Maryland 74-72 #24 Nebraska

#19 Houston 74-56 Tulsa

#15 UNC 77-57 Harvard

#11 Texas Tech 62-59 West Virginia

#8 Michigan State 81-55 Northwestern

#6 Nevada 72-49 Utah State

#5 Kansas 70-63 #23 Oklahoma

English Premier League

Manchester United 2-0 Newcastle United

AFC Bournemouth 3-3 Watford

Chelsea 0-0 Southampton

Crystal Palace 2-0 Wolverhampton

Burnley 2-1 Huddersfield Town

West Ham United 2-2 Brighton & Hove Albion

We hope you will be just as excited as we are for the games coming in the near future and be sure to check back here for a recap from them.

-Marcus Jacobs