NFL Week 12 Games
Sunday November 24, 2019
Detroit @ Washington 1:00pm
Tampa Bay @ Atlanta 1:00pm
Giants @ Chicago 1:00pm
Miami @ Cleveland 1:00pm
Carolina @ New Orleans 1:00pm
Oakland @ Jets 1:00pm
Seattle @ Philadelphia 1:00pm
Denver @ Buffalo 1:00pm
Pittsburgh @ Cincinnati 1:00pm
Jacksonville @ Tennessee 4:05pm
Dallas @ New England 4:25pm
Green Bay @ San Francisco 8:20pm
Monday November 25, 2019
Baltimore @ Rams 8:15pm
All game times Eastern
MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
#1 Duke 81 Georgetown 73
#6 Maryland 86 George Mason 63
#9 Kentucky 82 Mount St. Mary’s 62
#10 Ohio State 85 Fort Wayne 46
#11 Oregon 78 Houston 66
#15 Utah State 80 LSU 78
#17 Villanova 83 CB State 76
#18 Xavier 75 Connecticut 74 2OT
#22 Texas 62 California 45
#24 Baylor 77 Coastal Carolina 65
#25 Washington 73 Montana 56
Butler 68 Morehead State 50
East Carolina 85 Evansville 68
Utah 80 Ohio 66
Northwestern 70 Norfolk State 59
Nebraska 93 Southern 86 OT
Oklahoma State 70 Western Michigan 63
Bowling Green 77 Western Kentucky 75
Arkansas 70 South Dakota 56
Creighton 86 Cal Poly 70
Vanderbilt 97 South Carolina State 60
Michigan 111 Houston Baptist 68
Florida 78 Miami Florida 58
Valparaiso 78 Grand Canyon 74
Eastern Michigan 62 Maryland Baltimore County 45
Nevada 74 Fordham 60
Missouri State 71 St. Joseph 69
Florida International 89 Eastern Kentucky 70
Indiana State 72 Loyola Marymount 60
Rhode Island 60 N. Texas 47
Kansas City 74 George Washington 68
Cincinnati 66 Illinois State 65
Bradley 70 Radford 61
Duquesne 69 Air Force 63
Buffalo 76 Towson 73
Richmond 87 McNeese State 57
West Virginia 69 Boston University 44
South Carolina 74 Gardner Webb 69
Harvard 82 Holy Cross 74
Wake Forest 82 Davidson 70
Louisiana Tech 82 N. Alabama 61
Santa Clara 78 Idaho State 65
San Diego State 81 Long Island 64
Temple 70 USC 61
MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL TV SCHEDULE
Saturday, Nov. 23
No. 7 Virginia vs. UMass (Uncasville, CT) | 12 p.m. | ESPNN
Florida A&M at No. 13 Seton Hall | 12 p.m. | FS2
DePaul at Boston College | 12 p.m. | ACC Network Extra
Bucknell at Syracuse | 12 p.m. | ACC Network
Ole Miss at No. 16 Memphis | 1 p.m. | ESPN3
Little Rock at N.C. State | 1 p.m. | ACC Network Extra
Youngstown State at South Carolina Upstate | 2 p.m. | ESPN+
Eastern Washington at High Point | 2 p.m. | ESPN+
St. Francis (PA) at Florida State | 2 p.m. | ACC Network
Delaware State at East Tennessee State | 2 p.m. | ESPN3
Northwestern Ohio at Toledo | 2 p.m. | ESPN+
Charleston at UCF | 2 p.m. | ESPN3
Robert Morris at Marquette | 2 p.m. | FS2
Arizona State vs. St. John’s (Uncasville, CT) | 2:30 p.m. | ESPN3
Grambling at Oregon State | 2:30 p.m. | Pac-12 Network
Northern Illinois at SIU-Edwardsville | 3 p.m. | ESPN+
Oral Roberts at Wichita State | 3 p.m. | ESPN3
Troy at Samford | 3 p.m. | ESPN3
Howard at Ball State | 3:30 p.m. | ESPN+
Army at Binghamton | 4 p.m. | ESPN+
Penn at Providence | 4 p.m. | FS2
NJIT at Brown | 4:30 p.m. | ESPN+
Mercer at UIC | 5 p.m. | ESPN+
Belmont at Saint Louis | 5 p.m. | ESPN+
Rider vs. Columbia (Uncasville, CT) | 5 p.m. | ESPN3
Iona vs. Kennesaw State (Orlando, FL) | 6 p.m. | ESPN3
Utah Valley at North Dakota State | 6 p.m. | ESPN3
Presbyterian at Quinnipiac | 6:30 p.m. | ESPN+
Florida Gulf Coast at No. 21 VCU | 7 p.m. | ESPN+
The Citadel at Marist | 7 p.m. | ESPN+
Texas Southern at Northern Kentucky | 7 p.m. | ESPN3
Vermont vs. Central Connecticut State (Uncasville, CT) | 7:30 p.m. | ESPN3
CSU Bakersfield at No. 8 Gonzaga | 8 p.m.
SE Louisiana at Austin Peay | 8 p.m. | ESPN+
Jacksonville State at Purdue | 8 p.m. | Big Ten Network
Stetson vs. Monmouth (Orlando, FL) | 8:30 p.m. | ESPN3
WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
#11 UCLA 92 Northern Colorado 58
#16 Miami Florida 68 North Carolina A&T 67
#18 Indiana 73 Florida 49
#18 DePaul 109 Arkansas State 64
#23 Gonzaga 84 Eastern Washington 44
Detroit 128 Atlanta 103
Washington 125 Charlotte 118
Brooklyn 116 Sacramento 97
Miami 116 Chicago 108
Philadelphia 115 San Antonio 104
LA Lakers 130 Oklahoma City 127
Dallas 143 Cleveland 101
Denver 96 Boston 92
Utah 113 Golden State 109
LA Clippers 122 Houston 119
Sat Nov 23, 2019
Phoenix @ Minnesota 5:00 pm FS-N+
Chicago @ Charlotte 7:00 pm NBCS-CHI+
Orlando @ Indiana 7:00 pm FS-IN
Toronto @ Atlanta 7:30 pm FS-SE
San Antonio @ New York 7:30 pm MSG
Miami @ Philadelphia 7:30 pm SUN
Portland @ Cleveland 8:00 pm FS-OH
LA Lakers @ Memphis 8:00 pm FS-SE
Detroit @ Milwaukee 8:30 pm FS-WI
New Orleans @ Utah 9:00 pm NBA TV
Pittsburgh 4 New Jersey 1
Ottawa 4 NY Rangers 1
TOP 25 COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Top 25 Games
Sat Nov 23rd
(11) Minnesota @ Northwestern 12:00 PM
(22) Oklahoma State @ West Virginia 12:00 PM
(9) Penn State @ (2) Ohio State 12:00 PM
Samford @ (16) Auburn 12:00 PM
Illinois @ (19) Iowa 12:00 PM
Western Carolina @ (5) Alabama 12:00 PM
Texas State @ (23) Appalachian State 2:00 PM
Boston College @ (15) Notre Dame 2:00 PM
(24) Texas A&M @ (4) Georgia 3:00 PM
Pittsburgh @ (25) Virginia Tech 3:00 PM
(21) Southern Methodist @ Navy 3:00 PM
Texas @ (13) Baylor 3:00 PM
(12) Michigan @ Indiana 3:00 PM
(18) Memphis @ South Florida 4:00 PM
Purdue @ (14) Wisconsin 4:00 PM
Arkansas @ (1) Louisiana State 7:00 PM
Temple @ (17) Cincinnati 7:00 PM
(6) Oregon @ Arizona State 7:00 PM
Texas Christian @ (8) Oklahoma 8:00 PM
(7) Utah @ Arizona 10:00 PM
(20) Boise State @ Utah State 10:00 PM
All game times Eastern
COLLEGE FOOTBALL FRIDAY
Wyoming 17 Colorado State 7
COLLEGE FOOTBALL TV SCHEDULE
Saturday, Nov. 23
Penn State at Ohio State | 12 p.m. | FOX
Kansas at Iowa State | 12 p.m. | FSN
Ball State at Kent State | 12 p.m. | ESPN+
Liberty at Virginia | 12 p.m. | ACC Network Extra
Western Carolina at Alabama | 12 p.m. | ESPN
Samford at Auburn | 12 p.m. | SEC Network
Minnesota at Northwestern | 12 p.m. | ABC
East Carolina at UConn | 12 p.m. | ESPN3
Michigan State at Rutgers | 12 p.m. | FS1
Oklahoma State at West Virginia | 12 p.m. | ESPN2
UCF at Tulane | 12 p.m. | CBSSN
Illinois at Iowa | 12 p.m. | Big Ten Network
BYU at UMass | 12 p.m. | FloSports
Air Force at New Mexico | 2 p.m. | ESPN3
South Alabama at Georgia State | 2 p.m. | ESPN+
Boston College at Notre Dame | 2:30 p.m. | NBC
Texas State at Appalachian State | 2:30 p.m. | ESPN+
Georgia Southern at Arkansas State | 3 p.m. | ESPN+
Texas A&M at Georgia | 3:30 p.m. | CBS
UCLA at Southern California | 3:30 p.m. | ABC
Nebraska at Maryland | 3:30 p.m. | Big Ten Network
SMU at Navy | 3:30 p.m. | CBSSN
North Texas at Rice | 3:30 p.m. | NFL Network
Western Kentucky at Southern Miss | 3:30 p.m. | ESPN+
Marshall at Charlotte | 3:30 p.m. | Stadium
Mercer at North Carolina | 3:30 p.m. | ACC Network Extra
East Tennessee State at Vanderbilt | 3:30 p.m. | SEC Network Alternate
Louisiana Tech at UAB | 3:30 p.m. | ESPN+
UT Martin at Kentucky | 3:30 p.m. | SEC Network
Michigan at Indiana | 3:30 p.m. | ESPN
Pitt at Virginia Tech | 3:30 p.m. | ESPN2
Texas at Baylor | 3:30 p.m. | FS1
Purdue at Wisconsin | 4 p.m. | FOX
San Jose State at UNLV | 4 p.m. | AT&T Sportsnet
Syracuse at Louisville | 4 p.m. | ACC Network
Memphis at South Florida | 4 p.m. | ESPNU
California at Stanford | 4 p.m. | Pac-12 Network
UTEP at New Mexico State | 4 p.m. | FloSports
Old Dominion at Middle Tennessee | 4:30 p.m. | ESPN3
Troy at Louisiana | 5 p.m. | ESPN+
Coastal Carolina at UL Monroe | 5 p.m. | ESPN3
Florida Atlantic at UTSA | 6 p.m. | ESPN+
Arkansas at LSU | 7 p.m. | ESPN
Kansas State at Texas Tech | 7 p.m. | FS1
Temple at Cincinnati | 7 p.m. | ESPN2
Miami at Florida International | 7 p.m. | CBSSN
Tennessee at Missouri | 7:30 p.m. | SEC Network
Duke at Wake Forest | 7:30 p.m. | ACC Network
Abilene Christian at Mississippi State | 7:30 p.m. | SEC Network Alternate
Oregon at Arizona State | 7:30 p.m. | ABC
Houston at Tulsa | 7:30 p.m. | ESPNU
TCU at Oklahoma | 8 p.m. | FOX
Oregon State at Washington State | 9 p.m. | Pac-12 Networks
Utah at Arizona | 10 p.m. | FS1
Washington at Colorado | 10 p.m. | ESPN
Nevada at Fresno State | 10:30 p.m. | ESPN2
Boise State at Utah State | 10:30p.m. | CBSSN
San Diego State at Hawai’i | 11 p.m. | Spectrum Sports
INDIANA FOOTBALL SEMI-STATE
Carmel 38 Merrillville 17
Center Grove 17 Ben Davis 10
Valparaiso 10 Fort Wayne Dwenger 7
New Palestine 45 Bloomington South 0
East Noble 29 Hobart 24
Evansville Memorial 28 Mount Vernon 3
Indianapolis Chatard 45 Mishawaka Marian 0
Heritage Hills 33 Danville 17
Eastbrook 26 Andrean 14
Western Boone 35 Triton Central 13
Lafayette Central Catholic 24 Adam Central 14
Indianapolis Lutheran 49 W. Washington 0
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL
Kokomo 81 Indianapolis Manual 33
Marion 50 Columbia city 43
Muncie Central 44 New Castle 40
Lafayette Jeff 63 Twin Lakes 50
McCutcheon 53 Covington 18
Saturday, Nov. 23
Connersville at Anderson, 7:30 pm
Logansport at Richmond , 7:30 pm
Northeastern 53 Union City 49…The Lady Knights overcame a nail biter. Northeastern was led by Jenna McFarland with 19 points, Taylor Farris with 8 points, Kelli Drake with 7 points, Willow Runyon and Alizah Rankin with 6 points a piece, Emma Wright with 5 points, and Kenzie Chasteen with 2 points. The Lady Knights are on the road Tuesday, November 26th at Monroe Central.
Connersville 60 Centerville 29
Union County 42 Franklin County 24
Winchester 82 Tri 47
Saturday, Nov. 23
Centerville at Knightstown, 7:30 pm
Hagerstown at Randolph Southern, 7:30 pm
Jay County at Winchester, 7:30 pm
Shenandoah at Lincoln, 7:30 pm
Tri at Henryville, 6:30 pm
Union City at South Adams, 7:30 pm
Saturday, Nov. 23
Cowan at Alexandria, 7:30 pm
Daleville at Wapahani, 7:30 pm
Hagerstown at Randolph Southern, 7:30 pm
Shenandoah at Lincoln, 7:30 pm
Saturday, Nov. 23
Batesville at South Ripley, 7:30 pm
Beech Grove at Rushville, 7:30 pm
Connersville at Anderson, 7:30 pm
Franklin County at Switzerland County, 7:30 pm
Southwestern at South Dearborn, 7:30 pm
Krzyzewski gets milestone, Duke tops tough Georgetown in NYC
Patrick Ewing had already yanked off his tie, and soon he needed to be restrained by the Georgetown coaching staff to keep from getting tossed. Ewing was hot, the Hoyas were unraveling and the crowd at Madison Square Garden was absolutely howling over the chaos on the court.
Keeping its cool in the other huddle, top-ranked Duke was waiting to pounce.
“It was kind of crazy out there for a little bit,” Duke guard Tre Jones said.
The Blue Devils are used to playing big games at the Garden, while the improving Hoyas are still finding their way.
Mike Krzyzewski set the record for wins coaching a No. 1 team as top-ranked Duke got 20 points and 10 rebounds from Vernon Carey Jr. to beat Georgetown 81-73 on Friday night.
The Blue Devils (6-0) beat Cal and the Hoyas on consecutive nights to win the 2K Empire Classic and give Krzyzewski another slice of history. Krzyzewski is 218-34 when the Blue Devils hold the top spot, a mark they hit this week in The Associated Press poll. Hall of Famer John Wooden went 217-11 while UCLA was No. 1 during his run there.
When Jones and Carey were asked to describe what it’s like to play for Krzyzewski, the Hall of Fame coach interjected, “great.”
The Blue Devils looked it in long stretches against a Hoyas (4-2) team that made them grind for it in front of a lively crowd at the Garden.
Carey, a five-star recruit who inherited Zion Williamson’s No. 1 jersey, has become the focal point of Duke’s offense, and he had a breakthrough in New York. Carey dunked, screamed, chest-bumped and controlled the game for the Blue Devils to help keep them undefeated.
Cassius Stanley, who led the Blue Devils with 21 points, made a pair of 3s to stretch the game open and shake off Georgetown, which was looking to knock off two straight Top 25 teams. The Hoyas, picked to finish sixth in the Big East preseason poll, knocked off No. 22 Texas a night earlier and went basket-for-basket with Duke in the first half.
Omer Yurtseven led the Hoyas with 21 points.
Celtics’ Kemba Walker has concussion-like symptoms
Boston Celtics guard Kemba Walker collided with teammate Semi Ojeleye late in the second quarter, striking Ojeleye’s abdomen area head-first and going down on to the court in a heap against the Denver Nuggets on Friday night.
In a tweet, the Celtics said Walker has been diagnosed with concussion-like symptoms. He was taken to a hospital for further evaluation.
Walker grimaced in pain as he went down and play was stopped as medical personnel from both teams tended to the star guard who was prone on the floor for several minutes.
His teammates gathered round as did Nuggets players, plainly concerned about Walker. A brace was placed around his neck to stabilize the area and he was strapped to a backboard before being placed onto a gurney and wheeled off the court.
Walker entered the game averaging a team-leading 22.6 points, 4.9 rebounds, and 4.8 assists in his first season with Boston.
Earlier this month, the Celtics lost Gordon Hayward to a fractured left hand. He suffered the injury when he collided with LaMarcus Aldridge in a Nov. 9 game against San Antonio.
Leonard hits winner to lift Clippers over Rockets 122-119
Down five points with a minute to go, the Los Angeles Clippers turned to a trio of veterans.
Kawhi Leonard, Paul George and Lou Williams combined to outscore the Houston Rockets 10-2 the rest of the way and Leonard hit the winning jumper with 15 seconds remaining for a 122-119 victory Friday night.
“We made shots, got stops, we played with confidence,” said Williams, who led the Clippers with 26 points – all in the second half.
Leonard finished with 24 points and George added 19 in the superstars’ second game together. Montrezl Harrell had 18.
“We fight hard. We leave it all out there on the court,” Harrell said. “We never feel like we’re out of a game.”
P.J. Tucker’s turnaround hook put the Rockets up by five with a minute left.
George hit a pull-up 3-pointer for a 118-117 lead and JaMychal Green blocked Clint Capela’s shot.
James Harden made a pair of free throws for a one-point Houston lead before Leonard’s pull-up jumper gave the Clippers the lead for good.
“Lou set a great pick,” Clippers coach Doc Rivers said. “All Kawhi needs is an inch and he got it.”
Russell Westbrook missed at the other end and George got the rebound while getting fouled. He made both free throws with one second left to complete a wild finish and help the Clippers improve to a franchise-best 10-1 at home with their fourth win in a row overall.
“You got Lou, Kawhi and Paul George. They’re going to be composed,” Rivers said. “They’ve been in big games. Each one made a big shot down the stretch.”
Harden scored 37 points, making a career-high 11 3-pointers and sinking 14 of 18 free throws, and had 12 assists for the Rockets. Westbrook added 22 points before fouling out late and Capela had 17 points and 19 rebounds. Those three plus Tucker had at least four fouls.
Harris, 76ers send Spurs to 8th straight defeat, 115-104
Philadelphia coach Brett Brown met Gregg Popovich at midcourt, gave him a handshake, hug and pat on the back.
Brown knows all about long losing streaks, and Popovich helped him get through them. Now, it’s Brown’s turn to help.
Tobias Harris scored 26 points, Joel Embiid had 21 points and 14 rebounds, and the Philadelphia 76ers beat San Antonio 115-104 on Friday night to hand the Spurs their eighth straight defeat.
The skid is the Spurs’ worst under longtime coach Popovich.
“Figured it was something like that,” Popovich said.
A former Spurs assistant under Popovich, Brown endured an NBA-record 28-game losing streak during Philadelphia’s rebuilding project early in his tenure.
Usually loquacious, Brown didn’t have much to say about sending his mentor to the longest skid of his career.
“I love him. He knows that,” Brown said. “He coaches hard, he moves on.”
Ben Simmons had a triple-double with 10 points, 13 assists and 10 rebounds for the 76ers, who improved to 6-0 at home.
DeMar DeRozan had 29 points and Rudy Gay scored 22 for the Spurs.
“I thought the effort was good, just a bad start again,” Popovich said. “We’re just trying to not make as many mistakes, mostly at the defensive end because it always puts us in a bad way. We’re working at it.”
DeRozan said Popovich has remained positive despite the losing streak.
“He’s extremely optimistic, doesn’t panic,” DeRozan said. “He keeps our spirits up high, keeps our confidence up high. Got to keep our heads up.”
Davis’ 33 points lead Lakers past Thunder 130-127
Being coachable paid off for Anthony Davis.
The star forward scored 24 of his 33 points in the second half to help the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 130-127 on Friday night.
He got in a rhythm after coach Frank Vogel told him to stop hesitating.
“When I hesitate, I tend to come up short or a bad miss,” Davis said. “And it seems to be going in a lot more when I don’t hesitate.”
Davis also had 11 rebounds and seven assists, and the Lakers needed all of it. Though the Thunder have struggled this season, they played the Lakers close this week in Los Angeles and entered the night with a 5-3 home record, including a victory over Philadelphia last week.
“We find a way to win no matter what the game is,” said LeBron James, who had 23 points and 14 assists. “This is a very good team at home. They’ve struggled on the road a little bit, but we knew they were going to give it their best punch, especially just playing them on Tuesday in LA.”
The Lakers won their sixth straight and own the league’s best record at 13-2.
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander scored 24 points and Steven Adams added 22 for the Thunder, who have lost five of six.
Los Angeles guard Rajon Rondo was ejected early in the fourth quarter after a kick to Dennis Schroder’s groin area. Schroder made two free throws, and then Gilgeous-Alexander’s layup tied the game at 109.
“I didn’t think it called for an ejection, but the refs have to do what they feel best fits,” James said. “But, you know, I didn’t think it called for an ejection.”
Davis hit a corner 3 and was fouled by Adams, then made the free throw to put the Lakers ahead 126-121 with 2:36 to play.
Butler scores 27 points against former team, Heat beat Bulls
Jimmy Butler is turning into a perfectionist.
Butler had 27 points against his former team and the Miami Heat beat the Chicago Bulls 116-108 on Friday night for their fifth straight victory.
Butler played for the Bulls from 2011-17. He was 7 of 10 from the field and had seven assists and five rebounds
Bam Adebayo added 16 points and 14 rebounds, and Kendrick Nunn scored 13 of his 21 points in the first quarter to help Miami improve to 11-3. The Heat led wire-to-wire and had as much as a 26-point lead.
Despite a 11-3 record and a five-game winning streak, Butler wasn’t happy to see the lead dwindle to single digits in the fourth quarter.
“A win is a win. I’m not going to downplay that none, but I think the way we have been winning is not the way we would like to win. We played great basketball in the first half. I think we are all proud of that, but then we just have these mental lapses night after night. It just can’t happen if we want to be as good as we say we want to be,” said Butler.
Zach Lavine led the Bulls who finished with 15 points. Chicago is 3-6 at home this season. Bulls coach Jim Boylen pulled LaVine and the other starters midway through the first quarter.
“I just pulled him. Not combative. Guys know. Zach LaVine and Lauri Markkanen and our starters got to play better for us to become what we can become. That’s how it works,” Boylen said. “I want him to be a two-way player. That’s what I want him to be.”
LaVine thought he was used as the scapegoat for the Bulls’ struggles.
Utah Jazz arena evacuated postgame due to suspicious package
Minutes after an NBA game ended Friday night, the Utah Jazz’s home arena was evacuated because of a suspicious package.
Salt Lake City police said the package turned out to be a toolbox, and the Jazz said employees were cleared by authorities to re-enter the building a couple of hours after the evacuation.
Most fans had already exited Vivint Smart Home Arena following Utah’s 113-109 victory over the Golden State Warriors when players, coaches and reporters were instructed to leave immediately.
Not long after both coaches finished answering postgame questions from the media, a spokesman for the Jazz told reporters to exit the building due to the suspicious package. Outside, they were directed by security to leave the premises.
Utah players quickly headed for their cars in the parking lot – center Rudy Gobert was still in uniform as he left. Warriors players boarded their team bus.
Salt Lake City police Lt. Carlos Valencia said he received a call about the package from an officer working part-time at the game around 9:30 p.m. Valencia said the suspicious package looked like a shoebox and was discovered under a table behind a restaurant in the northeast corner of the arena.
“With that information, my next step was to call the bomb squad to have them come out, secure, and render the suspicious package safe,” he said. “From what I was told by the officers, was that the arena K-9 bomb dogs got a hit on the package. By the time I arrived, they had already secured the area.”
Valencia said the sellout crowd was already starting to leave when the evacuation began.
“We wanted to take all precautions necessary because public safety is paramount to us,” he said.
In a statement, the Jazz said Salt Lake City police issued an “all-clear” at 11:32 p.m., and employees were permitted to re-enter the building to prepare for Saturday night’s Jazz home game.
Abreu agrees to $50M, 3-year contract with White Sox
José Abreu agreed to a $50 million, three-year contract with the White Sox, eight days after the first baseman accepted Chicago’s qualifying offer of a $17.8 million, one-year deal.
Abreu receives a $5 million signing bonus payable on July 1 and salaries of $11 million in 2020, $16 million in 2021 and $18 million in 2022 as part of the agreement announced Friday. Chicago is deferring $4 million of his 2022 salary, payable in equal installments each July 1 from 2023 through 2026.
He gets a full no-trade provision for 2020 and has the right to block deals to 10 teams in 2021 and five in 2022.
“From the moment he stepped into the major leagues, José Abreu has been a leader on the field and in the clubhouse,” White Sox general manager Rick Hahn said in a statement. “He has consistently delivered run production at a historic pace, and with each passing season, his leadership role within our clubhouse – with both American-born and Latin-American players – has repeatedly grown. It’s certainly no surprise that both José and the White Sox were comfortable with a multiyear commitment moving forward.”
Abreu, who turns 33 in January, hit .284 with 33 homers last season. His 123 RBIs were second to Anthony Rendon’s major league-best 126 for Washington.
Chicago announced a $73 million, four-year contract on Thursday with free-agent catcher Yasmani Grandal.
AP source: Yankees plan to not pay $26 million owed Ellsbury
The Yankees plan to not pay Jacoby Ellsbury the remaining $26 million due under his contract, contending he violated the deal by getting unauthorized medical treatment.
New York general manager sent a letter to Ellsbury and his agent, Scott Boras, informing them the team converted his contract to a nonguaranteed deal, a person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press on Friday. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the team had not made any public statements.
Ellsbury has not played since 2017 and was released by the Yankees on Wednesday.
According to the person who spoke with the AP, the Yankees said he was treated by Dr. Viktor Bouquette of Progressive Medical Center in Atlanta without the team’s permission.
Ellsbury is owed more than $26.2 million as part of his $153 million, seven-year contract: more than $21.1 million for the final guaranteed season plus a $5 million buyout of a $21 million team option for 2021. If Ellsbury is not paid, nearly $21.9 million would come off the Yankees’ luxury-tax payroll next year.
New York’s decision to not pay him was first reported by the New York Post.
The players’ association can file a grievance challenging the conversion of the contract to nonguaranteed. Cashman and Boras did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
“The players’ association will vigorously defend any action taken against Jacoby or his contract and is investigating potential contract violations by his employer,” the union said in a statement.
Now 36, Ellsbury hit .264 with 39 homers, 198 RBIs and 102 stolen bases in 520 games in six seasons with the Yankees. He injured a muscle in his right side early during spring training in 2018, developed a bad back and had surgery that Aug. 6 to repair a torn labrum in his left hip. He experienced plantar fasciitis in his right foot during his rehab program before spring training this year.
Ellsbury spent his first seven seasons with Boston and was in All-Star in 2011, and arrived in New York with a .284 career average, 104 homers, 512 RBIs and 343 steals for Boston.
Jerry Sandusky resentenced to 30 to 60 years, same as before
A judge dashed the hopes of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky for a shorter prison term Friday, resentencing him to the same 30 to 60 years imposed against him in 2012 for sexually abusing children.
Judge Maureen Skerda gave Sandusky what prosecutors and his own attorney described as effectively a life term during a hearing ordered this year by an appeals court.
Sandusky’s 2011 arrest prompted the firing of Hall of Fame head coach Joe Paterno and the university has paid more than $100 million to people who said they had been abused by Sandusky.
He was convicted of 45 counts of child sexual abuse in 2012.
Sandusky, 75, in a mustard yellow prison jumpsuit, again asserted his innocence Friday and choked up twice during brief remarks in open court before the sentence was handed down.
“I apologize that I’m unable to admit remorse for this because it’s something that I didn’t do,” Sandusky told Skerda.
Sandusky told the judge Friday about a recent phone call with an unnamed woman who formerly worked for The Second Mile, a charity he founded for at-risk youth that he used to find and groom child victims.
Sandusky said the woman ended the phone call by telling him she loves him.
“No matter what, nobody or nothing will ever be able to take away what’s in my heart. And that was just one. There are many, many, many more,” he said, people he “had every opportunity to betray and didn’t.”
He ended with a message to people who support him. About a dozen were in the courtroom, including his wife, Dottie.
“To those supporters out there, I just want to say I love you,” he said, sobbing as he sat down.
Prosecutor Jennifer Buck, of the state attorney general’s office, described problems Sandusky has had in state prison, including disputes about returning his meal tray, resistance to being moved from his cell and complaints about phone calls.
“It’s failure to take responsibility, claiming that he is the victim, which is a theme throughout this case, and that it’s his rights that are being violated,” Buck told the judge.
PURDUE MEN’S BASKETBALL PREVIEW: JACKSONVILLE STATE
JACKSONVILLE STATE (1-2) VS. PURDUE (2-2)
Saturday, Nov. 23, 2019 8:01 p.m. ET West Lafayette, Ind. Mackey Arena (14,804)
Series: First Meeting Last Meeting: Not Available Streak: Not Available
Up Next: VCU / Friday, Nov. 28, 2019 / Destin, Florida / Emerald Coast Classic
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Purdue (2-2) hosts Jacksonville State (1-2) on Saturday at Mackey Arena, tipping off at 8 p.m. ET. The contest will be televised on the Big Ten Network and streamed on the FOX Sports App with Chris Vosters and Shon Morris on the call. On the radio, Rob Blackman, Larry Clisby and Ralph Taylor will have the call courtside on the Purdue Radio Network and TuneIn.com. There will be no pregame show Saturday due to contractual obligations with the Purdue Football broadcast vs. Wisconsin. Live stats will be available at PurdueStats.com.
• This will be the first meeting between the two teams. The Gamecocks are the only first-time opponent on this Purdue’s schedule this year.
• It marks the fourth straight year that Purdue has faced an opponent from the Ohio Valley Conference. Purdue defeated Belmont (73-62) last year, SIU Edwardsville (105-74) to start the 2017-18 season and Morehead State (90-56) in December 2016.
• Purdue is 22-0 all-time against current members of the Ohio Valley Conference, including 9-0 under Matt Painter.
• The contest comes after a seven-day layoff between games and from Nov. 17, to Nov. 28, Purdue will play just one game (Saturday vs. Jacksonville State).
• The matchup marks a home game in the Emerald Coast Classic. The Boilermakers will travel to Destin, Florida, on Wednesday to face VCU (Friday) and either Tennessee or Florida State (Saturday). The tournament is considered one of the strongest Thanksgiving tournaments in America. Purdue is 17-4 during in-season tournaments since 2014-15.
• Purdue is looking to gain some momentum as it enters a gauntlet through Christmas. The Boilermakers’ next eight (possible) games come against teams that posted a combined 206-104 (.665) record, won a combined 10 NCAA Tournament games with two teams (Tennessee OR Florida State) reaching the Sweet 16 and Virginia winning the national title.
• Purdue has shown balanced scoring through its first four games this season as four different players have led the team in scoring. In 36 games last season, just four different players led the team in scoring.
• Purdue has outrebounded all four opponents this season, including by a total of 43 rebounds in three home games. Purdue is outrebounding its foes by a 66 to 33 margin on the offensive end, while outscoring its opponents by a 66-27 margin in second-chance points.
• Combined with second-chance points and points off turnovers, Purdue is outscoring its opponents 132 to 63 in “extra possessions”. Over the last two games, Purdue has scored 91 points to opponents’ 28 points in extra possession categories.
• Entering the year, Purdue was one of four teams nationally to rank in the nation’s top 25 in assist / turnover ratio in each of the last four years. Purdue has picked up where it left off, ranking 29th early on this year with a ratio of 1.53.
• Purdue has won 99 straight games when scoring 90 or more points in a game. Its last loss came on Nov. 24, 1987, vs. Iowa State (104-96).
• Aaron Wheeler has made a 3-pointer in nine straight games dating to last year.
• Jahaad Proctor has scored in double-figures in 20 straight games dating to last year at High Point.
WHAT’S NEXT • A gauntlet awaits the Boilermakers over its next seven games. The combined record of Purdue’s next seven opponents are 21-5. • Check out what’s coming after the Jacksonville State contest. … Nov. 29 vs. VCU (Destin, Florida) … Nov. 30 vs. Tennessee or Florida State (Destin, Florida) … Dec. 4 vs. Virginia (Mackey Arena) … Dec. 8 vs. Northwestern in the Big Ten opener (Mackey Arena) … Dec. 15 at Nebraska in the Big Ten road opener (Lincoln, Neb.) … Dec. 17 at Ohio (return game of a home-and-home) … Dec. 21 vs. Butler (Crossroads Classic in Indianapolis).
ABOUT THE GAMECOCKS • Jacksonville State posted a 24-9 record a year ago, losing to a Ja Morant buzzer-beater in the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament semifinals. The Gamecocks were 15-3 in league play, sweeping both Murray State and Belmont during the regular season. Both of those teams reached the NCAA Tournament. • However, the Gamecocks lost several key players from last year’s squad including four of their top-five scorers. • Head coach Ray Harper is one of the most-respected coaches in America, having won a pair of NCAA Division II National Championships with four D-II runner-up finishes to his name at Kentucky Wesleyan, all coming in a six-year span from 1998 to 2003. He was then the head coach at Western Kentucky for five years before taking over at Jacksonville State, where he led the Gamecocks to the 2017 NCAA Tournament.
- Matt Painter needs 2 wins for 350 in his career. • Purdue is 21-3 when Matt Haarms scores in double figures. • Purdue is 151-16 under Matt Painter when shooting 48.0 percent or better from the field. • Purdue is 22-1 since the start of last year when shooting a higher percentage from the field than its opponent. The lone loss was to Virginia in the 2019 Elite Eight. • Purdue is 103-9 since the start of the 2014-15 season when attempting more free throws than its opponent, including 19-2 since the start last season. • Purdue is 30-5 since the start of the 2017-18 season when making 10 or more 3-pointers in a game. • Purdue is 117-12 under Painter when winning both rebound and turnover battles. • Purdue is 118-12 under Painter when scoring at least 80 points, including 32-2 since the start of 2017-18. • Purdue is 145-5 when holding foes to 59 or fewer points during the Matt Painter era.
TODAY IN SPORTS-1984
MIAMI-Doug Flutie enhanced his legend today with a last-play touchdown pass that soared 64 yards, just out of reach of three defenders at the goal-line and into the hands of Gerard Phelan to give Boston College a 47‚45 victory over Miami. The pass, credited as a 48-yard play, found its way to Phelan, Flutie’s roommate. Phelan somehow extracted it out of the evening mist-just as he had countless times in fantasy when the two talked about such a play in their dormitory room.
It was the last spectacular play of a spectacular game, contested on a wet day before a crowd of 30,235 in the Orange Bowl and a national television audience. The matchup was made special by the confrontation between two of college football’s most glamorous and appealing quarterbacks-Bernie Kosar, the Miami sophomore, and Flutie, the daring senior scrambler who today became the first collegian to pass for more than 10,000 yards in a career.
Despite his years of heroics, which will wind up with a Cotton Bowl appearance New Year’s Day, today’s final challenge appeared to be asking a bit much of Flutie. Only 28 seconds remained when Boston College took over on its 20-yard line with Miami holding a 45‚41 lead, fashioned on Melvin Bratton’s fourth touchdown. Only 6 seconds remained when Flutie took the final snap on the Miami 48.
In the huddle, Flutie called the “Flood Tip” play. In theory, there would be two other wide receivers besides Phelan in the end zone. Phelan’s job was to tip the ball to them. Flutie scrambled back, all the way to his 37, and then, under pressure, went to his right. Twice this season he had passed for touchdowns with no time left, but that was at halftime. This was for the game and a victory against the defending national champion.
Phelan, one of several receivers lined up right of center, was 1 yard past the goal line when the ball arrived. In front of him, three defenders tumbled over one another, attempting to get to the ball. But the other receivers were not nearby. So Phelan caught the ball himself. “He threw it a long, long way,” Phelan said. “I didn’t think he could throw the ball that far.”
“He and I are roommates,” said Flutie, the leading candidate for this season’s Heisman Trophy, “and we talk all the time about plays like this. I honestly believe when we ran that play we had a legitimate chance. I’m not saying that I anticipated it happening, but I’m saying we had a chance and that’s all I ask for.” It has seemed to be all he has ever needed.
TODAY IN BASEBALL HISTORY
1943 Commissioner Landis suspends William Cox indefinitely after the Phillies owner acknowledges making some “sentimental” bets on his team, not knowing it was against the rules. The gambling allegations first surfaced in July, when the club’s recently fired manager, Bucky Harris, revealed he had evidence that his former boss was wagering on games played by Philadelphia.
1962 The BBWAA selects Dodger shortstop Maury Wills as the National League’s Most Valuable Player. The Gold Glove infielder stole a record 104 bases this season and served as a catalyst in the team’s 102 victories and their attempt to capture a pennant, an effort that fell short in a three-game playoff against San Francisco.
1964 The Mets purchase Future Hall of Fame southpaw Warren Spahn from the Braves. In addition to serving on the club’s coaching staff, the crafty southpaw will post a 4-12 record in twenty appearances.
1971 Bill Virdon is named to take over for the retiring Danny Murtaugh as the manager of the World Champion Pirates. The Bucs’ former skipper will return to the Pittsburgh dugout during the 1973 season to replace his replacement.
1977 The Red Sox sign two free-agent pitchers as Mike Torrez and Dick Drago come to terms to play in Boston.
1988 Steve Sax signs a three-year deal as a free agent with the Yankees worth $3.75 million. The former NL Rookie of the Year will replace fan-favorite Willie Randolph at second base, and Randolph will sign with the World Champion Dodgers, replacing Sax.
2007 While visiting his wife’s family and scheduled to be the best man at a wedding later in the day, Joe Kennedy awakes and collapses in the bedroom at 1:00 am and dies unexpectedly. The 6’4″, 250-pound Blue Jays southpaw reliever, who signed with the club in September after being released by the Diamondbacks, also played for the A’s, Rockies, and Devil Rays during his seven-year career.
2007 The woeful Reds bullpen gets a big boost with the signing of free-agent Francisco Cordero to a four-year, $46 million contract. The 32 year-old former Brewers closer collected 44 saves in 51 chances while posting a 2.98 ERA with Milwaukee last season.
2009 Joe Mauer (.365, 28, 96) becomes the fifth Twin to be named the American League’s Most Valuable Player, joining Zoilo Versalles (1965), Harmon Killebrew (1969), Rod Carew (1977), and Justin Morneau (2006). The slugging Gold Glove catcher, who missed the first month of the season with a back injury, receives 27 of 28 first-place votes cast by the BBWAA, and the St. Paul native easily outpoints Yankee teammates Mark Teixeira and Derek Jeter.
2010 Josh Hamilton joins Jeff Burroughs (1974), Juan Gonzalez (1996, 1998), Ivan Rodriguez (1999), and Alex Rodriguez (2003) as the fifth Ranger player to win the American League’s Most Valuable Player award. The Texas slugging outfielder, who received 22 of the 28 first-place votes cast by the writers, led the major leagues in batting with a .359 average, hitting 32 homers and driving in 100 runs despite missing 29 games in September after suffering two broken ribs.
2010 Aubrey Huff agrees to a $22 million, two-year deal to stay with the World Champions Giants. Last January, San Francisco signed the 33 year-old to a one-year contract with the hope he could provide some pop in the middle of the batting order, and the first baseman/outfielder did not disappoint, hitting a team-leading 26 home runs along with 86 RBIs.
2011 The A’s deal right-handed starter Gio Gonzalez along with pitching prospect Robert Gilliam to the Nationals for southpaw Tommy Milone, catcher Derek Norris, right-hander Brad Peacock, and minor-league hurler A.J. Cole. Washington’s newest member of the rotation, after agreeing to a five-year, $42 million extension following the trade, will enjoy a spectacular first season in the nation’s capital, going 21-8 with an ERA of 2.89.
2011 The oft-injured Grady Sizemore agrees to a one-year, incentive-laden contract to stay with the Indians, after the club declined his $9 million option for 2012. The Tribe will pay the 29 year-old All-Star outfielder $5 million next season, along with the opportunity for him to make another $4 million based on plate appearances and another $500,000 if he is selected comeback player of the year.
WORLD SERIES HISTORY
1933 World Series
New York Giants (4) vs Washington Senators (1)
In 1933, few teams had as productive a batting order as the American League champion Washington Senators. Heinie Manush hit .336 and had ninety-five runs batted in, Buddy Myer finished with a .302 average, Joe Kuhel contributed with a .322 and one-hundred seven RBIs and Goose Goslin and Fred Schulte were .297 and .295 sluggers.
Hitting wasn’t their only weapon as Alvin Crowder won twenty-four games, Earl Whitehill had twenty-two victories and Lefty Stewart went 15-6. The Senators had outdistanced the defending champion New York Yankees by seven games for the American League pennant and were heavy favorites over the National League’s New York Giants.
In stark contrast to Washington’s “lumber yard”, New York’s team had only one .300 hitter in Bill Terry and one one-hundred RBI man in Mel Ott. What they lacked in offense the Giants certainly made up for in defense with Carl Hubbell, Hal Schumacher, Freddie Fitzsimmons, Roy Parmelee and Dolf Luque on the mound.
Hubbell had led the National League in victories with twenty-three, shutouts with ten and earned-run average with a 1.66. Schumacher, Hubbell and Parmelee had ranked 1-2-3 in the league in fewest hits allowed per nine innings. Schumacher had won nineteen games, and his 2.16 ERA ranked third in the National League. Fitzsimmons had won sixteen. And reliever Luque, at forty-three, had won eight-of-ten decisions and boasted a 2.70 ERA.
Hubbell and Schumacher, who had combined for seventeen shutouts, started the first two games of the Series for the Giants and were opposed by Stewart and Crowder. Hubbell did not permit an earned run while allowing only five hits and striking out ten in a 4-2 opening victory that featured an Ott two-run homer and run-scoring single. His teammate surrendered only one run in Game 2 (a Goslin homer), and wound up a 6-1 winner as the Giants erupted for six runs in the sixth inning.
Pitching continued to rule in Game 3 although this time it would be Washington on top. Earl Whitehill, who was a key off-season acquisition from the Detroit Tigers, threw a crucial five-hitter that resulted in a 4-0 victory and put his team back in the hunt.
Hubbell returned for Game 4 and did not allow an earned run for nine innings in a 1-1 tie. Neither club could score in the tenth, but the Giants pulled ahead in the eleventh on a Travis Jackson bunt, a sacrifice and Blondy Ryan’s single. The Senators were unable to answer and New York held on for a 2-1 win and one game away from their first championship title since 1922.
Schumacher was given the start for Game 5 and looked strong with a 3-0 lead going into the bottom of the sixth. Down, but now out, Washington came alive with a Fred Schulte homer that brought in Heinie Manush and Joe Cronin for the tie. Now the game turned to a duel of the relievers as the Giants’ Dolf Luque squared off against the Senators’ Jack Russell for the win. The 3-3 stalemate continued until the top of the tenth when Ott drilled a Russell pitch deep into the bleachers. Luque (who had first appeared in the majors in 1914) then went about the business of nailing down the Series title for the Giants.
In the end, New York batted .267 in the Series (slightly above its season figure of .263) and Washington hit .214 after leading the majors in 1933 with a .287 team mark.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL’S BEST GAMES
Ohio State 31, Miami 24
Jan. 3, 2003; Tempe, Ariz.; Fiesta Bowl
The story felt familiar. Sixteen years after undefeated Miami was upset in the Fiesta Bowl by an underdog with a great defense, essentially the same thing happened. Just swap Penn State out for Ohio State and add double overtime. Miami won the 2001 title with one of the greatest teams ever, and it took a 34-game winning streak into 2002’s BCS title game. Led by steady QB Craig Krenzel, breakout freshman RB Maurice Clarett and a loaded defense, Ohio State survived several close calls to get to Tempe in Jim Tressel’s second season. It faced Miami as a 12-point underdog.
Both sides made mistakes early, and Ohio State took a 17-7 lead on a field goal in the third quarter after a wild sequence in which Krenzel was intercepted by Sean Taylor in the end zone but Clarett stole the ball back on the return. Miami cut the lead to 17-14 on a Willis McGahee TD, but McGahee was lost to a serious knee injury early in the fourth. After both teams missed field goals, Roscoe Parrish lost a fumble for Miami, only to quickly get redemption with a 50-yard punt return that set up Todd Sievers’ 40-yard field goal to force overtime. Miami scored first. Ohio State converted a fourth-and-14 to Michael Jenkins, then faced another fourth down at the five. Krenzel threw right to Chris Gamble, but the pass was broken up. Miami briefly thought it won the title, until a late flag called the Canes for pass interference — a controversial call still debated to this day. Krenzel soon scored, and Clarett put the Buckeyes ahead in the second OT. Miami converted a fourth down, then faced another at the one, and under pressure, Dorsey’s pass fell incomplete, ending the Canes’ win streak as Ohio State claimed the national championship.
SUPER BOWL HISTORY
1992: Super Bowl 27
Result: Dallas Cowboys 52 Buffalo Bills 17
MVP: Troy Aikman (QB, Dallas)
Summary: A third straight Super Bowl loss for Buffalo, who saw their defeats get progressively worse. Dallas forced a record nine turnovers. The Bills got the first touchdown, set up by a Steve Tasker punt block, and they still only trailed 14-10 into the second quarter. Then Aikman hit Michael Irvin on consecutive touchdown passes and the rout was on by halftime. Aikman went 22/30 for 273 yards and another Dallas Dynasty Era had begun.
|American Football Conference|
|W||L||T||Pct||GB||PF||PA||Home||Road||vs. Conf||vs. Div||Streak|
|New England Patriots||9||1||0||.900||0.0||287||108||4 – 0 – 0||5 – 1 – 0||6 – 1 – 0||4 – 0 – 0||1 W|
|Baltimore Ravens||8||2||0||.800||0.0||341||196||4 – 1 – 0||4 – 1 – 0||6 – 2 – 0||3 – 1 – 0||6 W|
|Houston Texans||7||4||0||.636||0.0||265||249||4 – 1 – 0||3 – 3 – 0||6 – 2 – 0||3 – 1 – 0||1 W|
|Kansas City Chiefs||7||4||0||.636||0.0||308||256||2 – 3 – 0||5 – 1 – 0||5 – 3 – 0||3 – 0 – 0||1 W|
|Buffalo Bills||7||3||0||.700||0.0||211||170||3 – 2 – 0||4 – 1 – 0||5 – 2 – 0||3 – 1 – 0||1 W|
|Oakland Raiders||6||4||0||.600||0.0||225||250||5 – 1 – 0||1 – 3 – 0||4 – 2 – 0||2 – 1 – 0||3 W|
|Indianapolis Colts||6||5||0||.545||0.5||244||226||4 – 2 – 0||2 – 3 – 0||5 – 5 – 0||3 – 1 – 0||1 L|
|Pittsburgh Steelers||5||5||0||.500||1.0||200||202||4 – 2 – 0||1 – 3 – 0||4 – 3 – 0||1 – 2 – 0||1 L|
|Tennessee Titans||5||5||0||.500||1.0||203||197||3 – 2 – 0||2 – 3 – 0||3 – 4 – 0||0 – 2 – 0||1 W|
|Cleveland Browns||4||6||0||.400||2.0||192||228||2 – 3 – 0||2 – 3 – 0||4 – 3 – 0||2 – 0 – 0||2 W|
|Jacksonville Jaguars||4||6||0||.400||2.0||189||222||2 – 3 – 0||2 – 3 – 0||4 – 4 – 0||1 – 3 – 0||2 L|
|Los Angeles Chargers||4||7||0||.364||2.5||224||218||2 – 4 – 0||2 – 3 – 0||2 – 6 – 0||0 – 3 – 0||2 L|
|Denver Broncos||3||7||0||.300||3.0||172||197||2 – 3 – 0||1 – 4 – 0||3 – 4 – 0||1 – 2 – 0||1 L|
|New York Jets||3||7||0||.300||3.0||164||255||2 – 3 – 0||1 – 4 – 0||0 – 6 – 0||0 – 4 – 0||2 W|
|Miami Dolphins||2||8||0||.200||4.0||139||305||1 – 5 – 0||1 – 3 – 0||2 – 6 – 0||1 – 3 – 0||1 L|
|Cincinnati Bengals||0||10||0||.000||6.0||147||276||0 – 4 – 0||0 – 6 – 0||0 – 6 – 0||0 – 3 – 0||10 L|
|National Football Conference|
|W||L||T||Pct||GB||PF||PA||Home||Road||vs. Conf||vs. Div||Streak|
|San Francisco 49ers||9||1||0||.900||0.0||295||155||4 – 1 – 0||5 – 0 – 0||6 – 1 – 0||3 – 1 – 0||1 W|
|Green Bay Packers||8||2||0||.800||0.0||250||205||5 – 1 – 0||3 – 1 – 0||5 – 1 – 0||3 – 0 – 0||1 W|
|New Orleans Saints||8||2||0||.800||0.0||238||199||4 – 1 – 0||4 – 1 – 0||6 – 2 – 0||2 – 1 – 0||1 W|
|Dallas Cowboys||6||4||0||.600||0.0||286||197||3 – 2 – 0||3 – 2 – 0||5 – 3 – 0||4 – 0 – 0||1 W|
|Seattle Seahawks||8||2||0||.800||0.0||275||254||3 – 2 – 0||5 – 0 – 0||5 – 1 – 0||3 – 0 – 0||3 W|
|Minnesota Vikings||8||3||0||.727||0.0||289||205||5 – 0 – 0||3 – 3 – 0||6 – 2 – 0||1 – 2 – 0||2 W|
|Los Angeles Rams||6||4||0||.600||1.5||243||198||3 – 2 – 0||3 – 2 – 0||4 – 3 – 0||0 – 2 – 0||1 W|
|Philadelphia Eagles||5||5||0||.500||2.5||234||230||3 – 2 – 0||2 – 3 – 0||3 – 4 – 0||1 – 1 – 0||1 L|
|Carolina Panthers||5||5||0||.500||2.5||228||257||2 – 3 – 0||3 – 2 – 0||2 – 5 – 0||1 – 2 – 0||2 L|
|Chicago Bears||4||6||0||.400||3.5||169||174||2 – 3 – 0||2 – 3 – 0||3 – 4 – 0||2 – 1 – 0||1 L|
|Detroit Lions||3||6||1||.350||4.0||244||272||2 – 3 – 0||1 – 3 – 1||2 – 4 – 1||0 – 3 – 0||3 L|
|Arizona Cardinals||3||7||1||.318||4.5||248||317||1 – 3 – 1||2 – 4 – 0||2 – 6 – 1||0 – 3 – 0||4 L|
|Atlanta Falcons||3||7||0||.300||4.5||220||262||1 – 3 – 0||2 – 4 – 0||3 – 4 – 0||2 – 0 – 0||2 W|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||3||7||0||.300||4.5||277||313||1 – 4 – 0||2 – 3 – 0||3 – 6 – 0||1 – 3 – 0||1 L|
|New York Giants||2||8||0||.200||5.5||203||289||1 – 4 – 0||1 – 4 – 0||2 – 5 – 0||1 – 2 – 0||6 L|
|Washington Redskins||1||9||0||.100||6.5||125||253||0 – 5 – 0||1 – 4 – 0||0 – 6 – 0||0 – 3 – 0||4 L|
|W||L||Pct||Conf GB||Home||Road||Div||Conf||Last 10||Streak|
|1 Milwaukee||12||3||.800||—||4-1||8-2||4-0||7-2||9-1||6 W|
|2 Miami||11||3||.786||0.5||6-0||5-3||2-0||7-0||8-2||5 W|
|3 Boston||11||4||.733||1.0||5-0||6-4||3-1||7-1||7-3||2 L|
|4 Toronto||10||4||.714||1.5||6-0||4-4||0-1||5-2||7-3||2 W|
|5 Philadelphia||10||5||.667||2.0||6-0||4-5||2-0||7-1||5-5||3 W|
|6 Indiana||8||6||.571||3.5||5-2||3-4||3-4||7-5||7-3||1 W|
|7 Brooklyn||7||8||.467||5.0||5-3||2-5||1-0||3-3||5-5||2 W|
|8 Orlando||6||8||.429||5.5||6-3||0-5||1-1||4-5||4-6||1 L|
|9 Washington||5||8||.385||6.0||3-3||2-5||1-1||2-4||4-6||2 W|
|10 Charlotte||6||10||.375||6.5||3-4||3-6||0-1||4-5||3-7||3 L|
|11 Detroit||5||10||.333||7.0||4-3||1-7||2-3||5-9||3-7||1 W|
|12 Chicago||5||11||.313||7.5||3-6||2-5||2-4||4-9||3-7||1 L|
|13 Cleveland||4||11||.267||8.0||2-4||2-7||2-2||4-9||2-8||6 L|
|14 Atlanta||4||11||.267||8.0||2-5||2-6||1-2||2-6||2-8||5 L|
|15 New York||4||11||.267||8.0||3-4||1-7||0-4||2-9||3-7||1 L|
|W||L||Pct||Conf GB||Home||Road||Div||Conf||Last 10||Streak|
|1 LA Lakers||13||2||.867||—||8-1||5-1||3-1||9-1||9-1||6 W|
|2 Denver||11||3||.786||1.5||6-2||5-1||2-0||6-2||8-2||4 W|
|3 Houston||11||5||.688||2.5||6-1||5-4||3-0||8-2||8-2||2 L|
|4 LA Clippers||11||5||.688||2.5||10-1||1-4||2-1||7-4||7-3||4 W|
|5 Dallas||10||5||.667||3.0||6-3||4-2||3-0||5-2||7-3||4 W|
|6 Utah||10||5||.667||3.0||7-1||3-4||2-1||7-5||6-4||2 W|
|7 Minnesota||8||7||.533||5.0||3-5||5-2||1-2||3-4||4-6||1 L|
|8 Phoenix||7||7||.500||5.5||5-5||2-2||3-2||4-5||5-5||3 L|
|9 Sacramento||6||8||.429||6.5||4-3||2-5||1-2||3-5||6-4||1 L|
|10 New Orleans||6||9||.400||7.0||4-4||2-5||0-3||5-5||5-5||3 W|
|11 Memphis||5||9||.357||7.5||3-6||2-3||1-2||3-6||4-6||2 L|
|12 Oklahoma City||5||10||.333||8.0||5-4||0-6||0-2||3-7||4-6||3 L|
|13 Portland||5||11||.313||8.5||1-4||4-7||1-1||4-7||2-8||3 L|
|14 San Antonio||5||11||.313||8.5||4-4||1-7||0-2||3-6||1-9||8 L|
|15 Golden State||3||14||.176||11.0||1-6||2-8||0-3||3-12||1-9||2 L|
|1 Washington Capitals||24||16||4||4||36||13||90||73||6-2-3||10-2-1||7-2-1|
|2 Boston Bruins||22||14||3||5||33||14||78||56||8-0-4||6-3-1||5-2-3|
|3 New York Islanders||20||16||3||1||33||14||67||49||10-2-1||6-1-0||9-0-1|
|4 Florida Panthers||22||12||5||5||29||9||84||80||6-2-2||6-3-3||7-2-1|
|5 Pittsburgh Penguins||23||12||7||4||28||11||78||60||8-3-2||4-4-2||4-2-4|
|6 Montreal Canadiens||22||11||6||5||27||9||75||69||6-3-2||5-3-3||5-2-3|
|7 Carolina Hurricanes||22||13||8||1||27||12||77||66||7-4-0||6-4-1||5-5-0|
|8 Philadelphia Flyers||22||11||7||4||26||8||68||68||6-1-3||5-6-1||5-2-3|
|9 Toronto Maple Leafs||24||10||10||4||24||9||76||82||6-3-4||4-7-0||4-5-1|
|10 Buffalo Sabres||22||10||9||3||23||9||62||66||6-3-2||4-6-1||1-7-2|
|11 Ottawa Senators||23||11||11||1||23||11||65||71||7-4-0||4-7-1||7-3-0|
|12 Tampa Bay Lightning||19||10||7||2||22||9||69||64||4-2-1||6-5-1||5-4-1|
|13 Columbus Blue Jackets||21||9||8||4||22||9||55||69||6-5-1||3-3-3||4-4-2|
|14 New York Rangers||20||9||9||2||20||9||65||71||6-4-2||3-5-0||5-4-1|
|15 New Jersey Devils||21||7||10||4||18||6||52||78||3-4-4||4-6-0||5-5-0|
|16 Detroit Red Wings||24||7||14||3||17||7||58||91||4-6-1||3-8-2||3-5-2|
|1 St. Louis Blues||23||14||4||5||33||14||70||62||7-2-3||7-2-2||7-1-2|
|2 Edmonton Oilers||24||14||7||3||31||13||77||68||7-2-2||7-5-1||5-3-2|
|3 Colorado Avalanche||22||13||7||2||28||13||78||64||6-2-1||7-5-1||5-5-0|
|4 Dallas Stars||23||13||8||2||28||13||66||56||7-3-1||6-5-1||9-0-1|
|5 Arizona Coyotes||23||13||8||2||28||10||65||52||6-5-0||7-3-2||5-4-1|
|6 Vancouver Canucks||23||11||8||4||26||9||76||68||5-2-3||6-6-1||3-5-2|
|7 Winnipeg Jets||23||13||9||1||27||11||64||70||5-5-1||8-4-0||7-2-1|
|8 Vegas Golden Knights||24||11||9||4||26||9||73||69||6-4-3||5-5-1||3-4-3|
|9 Anaheim Ducks||23||10||10||3||23||10||63||69||6-4-2||4-6-1||3-4-3|
|10 San Jose Sharks||23||11||11||1||23||9||67||79||7-5-0||4-6-1||7-3-0|
|11 Calgary Flames||25||10||12||3||23||8||62||78||6-3-2||4-9-1||3-6-1|
|12 Chicago Blackhawks||22||9||9||4||22||9||65||67||6-5-2||3-4-2||6-3-1|
|13 Nashville Predators||21||9||9||3||21||9||74||74||6-5-2||3-4-1||2-6-2|
|14 Minnesota Wild||22||9||11||2||20||9||60||72||5-1-2||4-10-0||5-3-2|
|15 Los Angeles Kings||22||9||12||1||19||9||58||76||7-4-0||2-8-1||5-4-1|