Raiders quarterback Derek Carr fumbled through the end zone with 31 seconds to play, allowing the Cowboys to secure a 20-17 win Sunday night in Oakland, Calif.
Dallas (8-6) kicked a field goal with 1:44 remaining to take the lead before Oakland (6-8) drove downfield for a chance to win. Carr lost the ball while diving for the pylon, turning it over to the Cowboys, who held on for the victory.
Butler’s shot wasn’t dropping, so he got to the line, where he shot 16-of-18 that’s 89 percent for the students in the back. Butler’s shot wasn’t dropping, so he made critical play after critical play down the stretch of a tight game.
The Wolves were mounting a 12-point comeback and needed a stop to prevent the Nets from stealing the momentum back. Brooklyn was a fraction of a second away from DeMarre Carroll potentially hitting a three to extend the lead back to double-digits.
The global calls for gender equality across sport have not had much teeth. The international federations just like the Big Four must improve the percentage of female representation in the coming year.
Anyway without Durant, the Warriors look ridiculously good but also venerable. It’s a nice feeling for the team at the top of the league…and also short-lived. Ah well.
The Clippers’ international guard played only nine minutes on Thursday before leaving the game with plantar fasciitis, and it doesn’t really appear if that will make him healthy for future games. While the Los Angeles lead guard is one of the best ball-handlers and scorers in the league, he is not a natural point creator something that had him often at odds with the Warriors.