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Ilyasova, Daniels lead Bucks past BobcatsUpdated Dec 7, 2012 Share Tweet
Ersan Ilyasova scored a season-high 21 points and Marquis Daniels had season highs with 18 points and six rebounds and the Milwaukee Bucks took command early and beat the Charlotte Bobcats 108-93 on Friday night.
Share TweetAtlanta Falcons strong safety William Moore and cornerback Asante Samuel missed practice Friday for the third straight day and are questionable for Sunday?s game at Carolina.Click to Continue »Source: charlotteobserver.comShare TweetThanks to a three-game lull, the Panthers are 25th in the league against the run, giving up 128.8 yards a game.Click to Continue »Source: charlotteobserver.comShare TweetRon Rivera wants to take a look at some of the Carolina Panthers' younger players. Injuries might leave him little choice Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons.Click to Continue »Share TweetFive nuggets of knowledge about the Week 14 games: Magic number: The Falcons have won their past five games against the Panthers. But the amazing thing is Atlanta’s point total has been either 30 or 31 in each of those games, including a 30-28 victory a
Countdown Daily: Falcons-PanthersUpdated Dec 7, 2012 Share TweetThe "NFL Live" crew makes its picks for Atlanta at Carolina.
'Playbook': Atlanta Falcons vs. Carolina PanthersDec 7The "Playbook" crew discusses why the Atlanta Falcons' strong defense will be able to contain the Carolina Panthers, while the Panthers' defense will struggle to stop the Falcons.
Peter King: Griffin, 'Skins taking advantage of opponents' aggressive defe…Dec 7So I am fairly smitten with this option offense Washington is running, called by offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan and executed with precocious zeal by 22-year-old franchise quarterback Robert Griffin III. A big test comes Sunday at home against Balti…
The Sports Guy talks NBA leadership with Bill Russell, plus Week 14 picksDec 7Thoughts on Bill Russell, Kobe Bryant, and the different paths to immortality.