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Recap: Lakers Fall To Pacers On Andrew Nembhard Buzzer-Beater

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The Los Angeles Lakers returned home on Monday night, hosting the Indiana Pacers looking to build off their back-to-back wins. It looked like it was gonna be another Laker win for most of the night. They couldn’t close it out, however, as Andrew Nembhard hit a 3 at the buzzer to secure a 116-115 victory for the Pacers. Coming off his 39-point game against the San Antonio Spurs, LeBron James picked up where he left off in this one by starting the game with his own personal 7-0 run. The Pacers responded with seven straight of their own, however, to tie it up early. In this blog post, we'll tell you everything you need to know about How to watch 2022 Mosconi Cup live

Thunder comeback falls short in New Orleans

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The OKC Thunder comeback fell just short in a 105-101 loss against the New Orleans Pelicans on the road. It was an ugly game the entire way, but the Thunder still found a way to get back in it and put itself in a position to win late. A couple of teams came into the year with vastly different expectations, but both with exciting young cores faced off Monday night in New Orleans. Both squads entered the night hoping to get back on track, with the Thunder coming off a loss in Houston and the Pelicans losing their last contest in Memphis. In this blog post, we'll tell you everything you need to know about How to watch 2022 Mosconi Cup live stream

UConn women’s basketball announces schedule updates to tip-time, TV designations

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UConn women’s basketball announced a handful of updates to its 2022-23 schedule on Wednesday. The Huskies’ Dec. 11 matchup at Maryland will tip-off at 3 p.m. on ABC — their second game on the network along with the Dec. 4 meeting at Notre Dame in the Jimmy V Classic. When UConn travels to Knoxville, the Jan. 26 contest will be aired on ESPN at 8 p.m. Along with the two additions to the television slate, the Huskies’ Dec. 21 game against Seton Hall at the XL Center has been moved up to noon from 7 p.m. Subscribe to the UConn WBB Weekly! Get all the latest on Geno and the Huskies in your inbox every Thursday morning. Subscribe With those announcements, UConn only has one game without a tip-time and television designation: The second game of the Phil Knight Legacy tournament in Portland on Nov. 27, which will depend on the result of the first game in the event. The Huskies will play 18 games on SNY, four on the ESPN family of networks, three on FOX, two on FS1, two on ABC and two on CBS Sports. The season begins on Nov. 10 against Northeastern at Gampel Pavilion on SNY.

UConn women’s basketball team to play at Maryland next season, begin home-and-home series

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The UConn women’s basketball team announced an additional nonconference opponent for the upcoming season Tuesday morning. Best ways to watch NFR live free 2022 online. Watch Wrangler National Finals Rodeo live streaming from Las Vegas in high definition.

UConn Women's Basketball Freshmen Garner Gold at FIBA Americas U18 Tournament

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UConn Huskies women's basketball incoming freshmen, Olivia Nelson-Ododa and Christyn Williams, were a part of the USA U-18 gold medal team at the FIBA Americas Tournament in Mexico.

Former UConn Goalkeeper Andre Blake Becomes Philadelphia Union's All-Time Saves Leader

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With his first save on Wednesday night for the Philadelphia Union, former UConn Huskies goalkeeper Andre Blake became the all-time saves leader for the team. His 288th career save pushed him past Zac MacMath.

Former UConn Football WR Noel Thomas Scores First CFL Touchdown

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Will UConn WBB Coach Geno Auriemma Attend The Eagles Parade?

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Back in October when the American Athletic Conference Media Day was being held in Philadelphia, PA, UConn Huskies women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma said he was scoping out parade spots for when the Philadelphia Eagles won the Super Bowl. At that point. the Eagles were 5-1.

Now that the Eagles have won the Super Bowl, we have to wonder if Auriemma will be flying to Philly instead of back to Storrs after the UConn women's basketball game on Wednesday night in Florida.

Report: UConn Football Special Teams Coordinator Leaving for Detroit Lions

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According to FootballScoop.com, UConn Huskies football special teams coordinator Chris White is leaving for the Detroit Lions. He spent the 2017 season as the senior quality control director of football research and special projects and was named special teams coach on January 5, 2018.

WATCH: UConn WBB Players Postgame (UCF) - 1/9/18

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Hear what UConn Huskies women's basketball players Crystal Dangerfield, Azura Stevens and Gabby Williams had to say after the win over UCF.