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Kevin Durant scores season-high 53 points in victory vs. Knicks

Kevin Durant dominates for 53 points as Brooklyn holds off New York.

Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant put on another jaw-dropping performance Sunday afternoon, racking up a season-high 53 points in Brooklyn’s 110-107 victory over the New York Knicks. Durant scored 40 of his 53 points through the first three-quarters of action, finishing just one point shy from his regular-season career-high of 54 points.

The Nets star went 19-for-37 from the field, setting a career-high for field-goal attempts. Durant also had nine assists and six rebounds in his 60th career 40-point performance. His 53 points marks the most points by a Nets player against the Knicks in franchise history.

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Live scores, updates from 2022 Bass Pro Tournament of Champions Friday semifinals

3Q 4:52 Sierra Canyon 41 Whitney Young 32

Hasn’t been the prettiest of quarters. It did get a dunk from Amari Bailey who jumps really, really high.

Halftime Sierra Canyon 34 Whitney Young 25

Dolphins turn the ball over 15 times in the first half while the Blazers take a 10-point lead into halftime.

Ramel Lloyd Jr. leads the game with nine points with two 3’s and four rebounds. Amari Bailey has seven points and six boards.

Dalen Davis has nine points and two boards for the Dolphins.

2Q 0:53 Sierra Canyon 30 Whitney Young 22

Blazers’ pressure is turning into a lot of Dolphin turnovers. Whitney Young has five turnovers in the last 2:13 and 15 in the game.

2Q 3:00 Sierra Canyon 26 Whitney Young 20

Shy Odom with an and-one. He also has a pair of rebounds.

2Q 3:49 Sierra Canyon 23 Whitney Young 18

Ramel Lloyd

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Lance Stephenson scores 20 straight points for Pacers in first quarter vs. Nets

Jan 5, 2022; Indianapolis, Indiana, USA; Indiana Pacers guard Lance Stephenson (6) shoots the ball while Brooklyn Nets guard James Harden (13) defends  in the first half at Gainbridge Fieldhouse.

Jan 5, 2022; Indianapolis, Indiana, USA; Indiana Pacers guard Lance Stephenson (6) shoots the ball while Brooklyn Nets guard James Harden (13) defends in the first half at Gainbridge Fieldhouse.

Lance Stephenson, who played one season for the University of Cincinnati Bearcats before leaving for the NBA, came off the bench to score 20 consecutive points for the Indiana Pacers during the first quarter of Wednesday night’s loss to the Brooklyn Nets.

Stephenson, who finished the game with 30 points, was called up last month to the Atlanta Hawks from the NBA G League on a 10-day hardship deal, which allows teams an extra roster spot when multiple players are out because of injury or illness. On Jan. 1, the Pacers announced they signed Stephenson to a 10-day contract under the same COVID-related hardship exception.

Before the Hawks signed him, Stephenson had last played in the NBA for the Los

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High School Football Star Scores 8 Touchdowns Day After Mom’s Death: ‘Really Special Feeling’

Alex Brown Instagram

Alex Brown Instagram

Alex Brown Instagram

A New Jersey high school football player honored his late mom on the field during a Friday game, all while bringing his team to the next round in playoffs.

Alex Brown, a senior at Red Bank Catholic High School, scored eight touchdowns in a single game the day after his mom, Michelle Brown, died of breast cancer, CBS New York reports. Alex, who told NJ.com that his mom was his “biggest inspiration,” threw for six touchdowns and ran for two.

“I threw that first touchdown pass and I just knew she was gonna be with me the whole night,” Alex told CBS of his late mother, adding, “It was a really special feeling.”

Alex Brown QB and his mom

Alex Brown QB and his mom

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