“Just showed that we’re capable of playing Cavaliers basketball,” coach Tyronn Lue said of the run. “Got a very confident unit, and tonight, we talked about it in the locker room, got to start a new streak. It was a good streak, and came in here and got beat. So it’s time to start a new one.”
The Cavs (18-8) will get their chance to get back on track Saturday at home against the Philadelphia 76ers, a team they beat 113-91 on the road for win No. 8 of 13 during the streak.
This is a quote from the NFL’s football operations VP, Jon Runyan, to Gronkowski: “Your actions were not incidental, could have been avoided and placed the opposing player at risk of serious injury.”
This is from Runyan to Smith-Schuster: “You lined up a defender and delivered an unnecessary blindside shot to his head and neck area.”
With that in mind, Stanton said he is willing to do anything for a championship, so however new Yankees manager Aaron Boone deploys him with fellow right fielder Aaron Judge, Stanton said he will be fine with it.
Steelers continue to play down to opponents Just as the Steelers did last week at home against the Packers, who are still without injured quarterback Aaron Rodgers, the Steelers fell behind early to a lesser opponent. The Steelers lost to the lowly Bears earlier this season, but were the first team to hand the Chiefs their first loss to begin Kansas City’s downward spin.
With an early interception to set up a field goal, Roethlisberger has thrown an interception in six of Pittsburgh’s seven road games this season. That does not bode well for the Steelers if they have to travel to New England in the postseason. The Steelers do get the Patriots at Heinz Field on Dec. 17, but first have to get past the Ravens next week.