Friday Sports in Brief
The Paradise Jam resumes play Saturday with a pair of games in the consolation bracket
Former NASCAR champs Busch, Kenseth set to move on in 2019
CHICAGO — After starting the season winning 12 of their first 13 games, the Toronto Raptors suddenly find themselves looking mortal.
With just about a quarter of the season gone, the San Jose Sharks sit atop their division but are also concerned about a lack of consistency on the ice.
E. Washington beats Portland St., clinches playoff berth
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Jimmy Butler was effusive in praising his 76ers teammates after Friday night’s win over the Jazz, saying, “Basketball is just that easy. With this group of guys, it is really easy.”
After scoring 23 of his 43 points in the fourth quarter and overtime Friday against the Raptors, Kyrie Irving stressed the need for the Celtics’ struggling offense to be more aggressive and attack the rim.
Donovan Mitchell’s 31 points came on 35 shot attempts, leaving the second-year Jazz star to question his performance in Utah’s 113-107 loss to the 76ers.
Loyola New Orleans upends McNeese 79-78, spoils home opener
Kendale Hampton scored a career-high 32 points to lead Youngstown State to a 94-83 victory over Columbia in the Johnny Bach Classic
Petersen, Kings defeat Blackhawks 2-1 in shootout
HIGHLIGHTS: Anthony Davis puts up 43 in comeback win over Knicks
Frankie Wurtz hit three 3-pointers and finished with 16 points to help Green Bay beat No. 16 Missouri 56-49
Freshman Simi Shittu scored 20 points and senior Joe Toye added 14, and Vanderbilt beat Alcorn State 79-54
Loyola-Chicago trio too much for Grambling in 80-64 win