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Joe Ingles agrees to one-year, $14 million extension with Utah Jazz, per report

Joe Ingles agrees to one-year, $14 million extension with Utah Jazz, per reportIngles' extension will keep him in Utah until 2022 Monday was a busy day in the NBA, with numerous players on rookie contracts signing extensions ahead of the 6 p.m. ET deadline. Buddy Hield finally got the money he was looking for from the Sacramento Kings, signing a new four-year deal with them, Jaylen Brown re-upped with the Celtics for four years as well, and Domantas Sabonis did the same with the Indiana Pacers. Joe Ingles obviously isn't a part of that group of youngsters, but he also got a contract extension, adding to Monday's flurry of activity. According to a report from Adrian Wojnarowski, Ingles agreed to a one-year, $14 million extension with the Utah Jazz. This will keep him with the team until 2022. Via ESPN: Utah Jazz forward Joe Ingles has agreed to a one-year, $14 million extension, keeping him under contract with the franchise through 2021-2022, agent Mark Bartelstein of Pr..

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LSU likely to get even more powerful on offense for key showdown vs. Auburn

LSU likely to get even more powerful on offense for key showdown vs. Auburn No. 2 LSU's high-flying offense could soar even higher this week against No. 9 Auburn with the return of one of its star receivers. Terrace Marshall Jr., the 6-foot-4, 200-pound sophomore from Bossier City, Louisiana, is expected to return this week after missing the previous three games with a fractured foot. "We will see how much he can do," coach Ed Orgeron said on Monday. "[Trainer] Jack Marucci and [passing game coordinator] Joe Brady have an excellent plan. We talked about it today. He's going to want to do everything, be ready to go. But we feel that by game time he should be ready to play." Marshall was one of the stars of the Tigers' stellar wide receiving corps before suffering the injury during their win over Vanderbilt on Sept. 21. He caught 20 passes for 304 yards and six touchdowns during the first three-plus games of the season. His best game came during the Week 2 win at Texas whe..

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Nets’ Kevin Durant explains why he thinks Warriors’ Stephen Curry is better than Rockets’ Russell Westbrook

Nets' Kevin Durant explains why he thinks Warriors' Stephen Curry is better than Rockets' Russell WestbrookWhen asked why he thought Curry was better, Durant said 'he can shoot better' Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant has played with two future Hall-of-Fame point guards over the course of his career, as he suited up alongside Russell Westbrook in Oklahoma City and Steph Curry with the Golden State Warriors. Durant made an appearance on a recent episode of "How Hungry Are You?" -- a show where his ex-Thunder teammate Serge Ibaka cooks unusual dishes for athletes and personalities. The injures star ate a snake and was asked which player was better between Westbrook and Curry, and he explained why he chose Curry. "Steph Curry," Durant replied to the question. "He can shoot better." Though he played with Westbrook for more than twice as long as he played with Curry, Durant's answer isn't especially surprising given his rocky relationship with the Ro..

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Yes, Aaron Judge, this season was a failure for the Yankees, but what exactly went wrong?

Yes, Aaron Judge, this season was a failure for the Yankees, but what exactly went wrong?David Samson breaks down what went wrong with the Yankees David Samson sits down to give his honest opinion on the New York Yankees postseason performance on "Nothing Personal with David Samson." After the stunning ALCS loss to the Houston Astros that came from a walk-off two-run home run by Jose Altuve off the hands of Yankees pitcher Aroldis Chapman, Aaron Judge called the season a "failure." "He said it. I didn't but I could've said it. I wanted to say it," Samson says, agreeing 100 percent with the star's comments. He admits it is not just Judge's fault, but that does not diminish the truth to the statement. "When you're the New York Yankees and you have been to the World Series in every decade since 1910, what do you call it when you don't make it to the World Series?" Samson asks. While a lot of teams would love to make the ALCS even if they lost because that m..

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Juventus vs. Lokomotiv Moscow: Champions League live stream, TV channel, watch online, prediction, pick

Juventus vs. Lokomotiv Moscow: Champions League live stream, TV channel, watch online, prediction, pickJuventus can inch closer to the knockout stage with a victory on Tuesday Juventus returns home in the Champions League group stage on Tuesday to take on Lokomotiv Moscow on Matchday 3. Cristiano Ronaldo and company are 1-1-0 so far and sitting in a fine position to win the group, while Lokomotiv is 1-0-1, aiming to get into the top two after this one, which would be at the halfway point of the group stage. Juventus beat Bayer Leverkusen on Matchday 2, while Lokomotiv fell at home to Atletico Madrid. Here's how you can watch the match and what to know: Champions League: Juventus vs. Lokomotiv Moscow Date: Tuesday, Oct. 22 Time: 3 p.m. ET Location: Allianz Stadium (Turin, Italy) TV channel: Galavision Streaming: fuboTV (Try for free) Odds: Juventus -500 | Lokomotiv Moscow +1400 | Draw +550 Storylines Juventus: First place in Serie A and sharp in UCL, Juve looks to have i..

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Real Madrid vs. Galatasaray: Champions League live stream, TV channel, prediction, pick, watch online

Real Madrid vs. Galatasaray: Champions League live stream, TV channel, prediction, pick, watch onlineReal Madrid is still looking for its first win of the competition Real Madrid takes on Galatasaray on Matchday 3 of the Champions League group stage on Tuesday, and the pressure is on big time. Los Blancos have yet to win in the competition, following up a loss to PSG with a poor draw at home to Club Brugge. A loss here could see the team in real danger of missing out on the round of 16, and on the road a draw would not be a bad result considering form. Real just lost at Mallorca this past weekend in La Liga. Here's how you can watch the match and what to know: Champions League: Real Madrid vs. Galatasaray Date: Tuesday, Oct. 22 Time: 3 p.m. ET Location: Turk Telekom Stadium (Istanbul, Turkey) TV channel: TUDN USA and UniMas Streaming: fuboTV (Try for free) Odds: Real Madrid -165 | Galatasaray +450 | Draw +300 Storylines Real Madrid: If Real loses this, they'll be three po..

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Jets vs. Patriots odds, line: Monday Night Football picks, top predictions from model on 86-58 run

Jets vs. Patriots odds, line: Monday Night Football picks, top predictions from model on 86-58 run The New England Patriots will look to sweep the season series against the New York Jets when the AFC East rivals meet on Monday Night Football at MetLife Stadium. On Sept. 22, Tom Brady threw two touchdown passes and the Patriots didn't allow an offensive score in a 30-14 win over the Jets. The win was New England's seventh straight over its AFC East rivals, although the Jets covered a 21-point spread. The Patriots (6-0) enter Monday Night Football as one of two teams that are still undefeated, joining the unbeaten San Francisco 49ers. Meanwhile, the Jets (1-4) are coming off their first victory of the season, a shocking 24-22 upset of the Cowboys. Kickoff is set for 8:15 p.m. ET. New England is a 10-point favorite in the latest Jets vs. Patriots odds, and the over-under for total points scored is 43, up a half-point from where the line opened. Before you make any Patriots vs. J..

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Kerryon Johnson reportedly expected to miss ‘some time’ with knee injury

Kerryon Johnson reportedly expected to miss 'some time' with knee injuryThe Lions will be without their running back Lions running back Kerryon Johnson is expected to miss "some time" with a right knee injury he suffered in Detroit's loss to the Vikings in Week 7, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. At the moment, Johnson is considered week to week. Johnson seemingly suffered the injury in the first quarter of that loss to Minnesota. He took a carry (his final one of the afternoon) six yards, was taken down by Vikings pass rusher Anthony Barr and Lions tight end Jesse James rolled over him. After that play, Johnson limped to the sideline. He did return for a moment, but then was out for the rest of the game and was seen on the stationary bike on the sideline. Johnson ran just five times for 23 yards against the Vikings before exiting due to the injury. Detroit finished the game with 81 yards rushing on 4.1 yards per carry against Minnesota in Johnson's absence..

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