Clippers Totally Eclipse Suns, 130-88

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Blake Griffin had 29 points and eight rebounds, Patrick Beverley added 15 points and six steals, and the Los Angeles Clippers cruised to a 130-88 victory over the Phoenix Suns on Saturday night. The Clippers took control early in the second half of their home opener and never looked back. Their starters did not play in the fourth quarter. Los Angeles also saw starting point guard Milos Teodosic carried off the floor with a foot injury. The young Suns played Friday night at home and struggled to get into any offensive flow against Los Angeles. Center Alex Len led Phoenix with 15 points — including nine… Read More

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Golden Knights’ Malcolm Subban leaves game with lower-body injury

Vegas Golden Knights goaltender Malcolm Subban left Saturday’s game in the third period with a lower-body injury. The injury occurred when he stretched out to make a save against St. Louis Blues forward Jaden Schwartz. Subban is being helped to the locker room. Oscar Dansk is coming in to take his place. — Vegas Golden Knights (@GoldenKnights) October 22, 2017 Subban, 23, has been filling in as starter for the Golden Knights ever since Marc-Andre Fleury went on injured reserve with a concussion last week. He was claimed off waivers from the Boston Bruins before the start of the season and has a 2-0-0 record with Vegas so far. Oscar… Read More

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Eskimos come back to beat Lions in overtime

VANCOUVER – It was supposed to be over before it began for the B.C. Lions on Saturday, knocked out of playoff contention in a game they weren’t even playing in one night earlier. When the Saskatchewan Roughriders clinched the Canadian Football League’s final playoff spot with an end-zone shutout against the first-place Calgary Stampeders on Friday, it spelled an end to 20 straight years of post-season appearances by the Lions, who were left to bat around the rest of the season’s string. But they still showed their claws in a 35-29 overtime loss to the Edmonton Eskimos in front of 19,816 at BC Place Stadium, as the Lions were swept… Read More

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Trash-talking, shot-making Joe Ingles leads Jazz to big win over Thunder

SALT LAKE CITY — Joe Ingles spent much of Saturday night getting under the skin of Oklahoma City players. The chatty Aussie was bumped by OKC big Steven Adams, resulting in a technical foul for the Big Kiwi. He was in the vicinity later when Carmelo Anthony was T’d up, and he yapped at Thunder guard Terrance Ferguson all the way up the court after sinking a 3-pointer. While it would be a stretch to give Ingles’ crafty gamesmanship all the credit for the Utah Jazz’s 96-87 win over Oklahoma City at Vivint Arena, there were some parallels between his trash-talking display and the final outcome. The Jazz played with… Read More

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