(Oakland, CA) — The Warriors beat the Hawks 110-103 at home without forward Draymond Green. He was suspended one game by the team after an angry exchange with teammate Kevin Durant after Monday’s overtime loss to the Clippers. ESPN reports teammates confronted Green in the locker room about his decision-making at the end of regulation.
>>Rams, Chiefs Game Moved From Mexico City To LA
(Los Angeles, CA) — The Rams and Chiefs will play Monday night in Los Angeles instead of Mexico City. The NFL has decided to move the game to the LA Coliseum due to poor field conditions at Estadio Azteca. Soccer games and concerts helped tear up the field. ESPN reports players were considering not playing if the NFL kept the game in Mexico City.
>>Top-10 Unchanged In CFP Rankings
(Undated) — Alabama, Clemson, Notre Dame and Michigan remain the top-four in this week’s College Football Playoff rankings. The entire top-10 did not change, with Georgia still number-five and Oklahoma sixth. LSU, Washington State, West Virginia and Ohio State round out the top-10. The top-four will meet in the national semifinals after the regular season.
(Champaign, IL) — Illinois football welcomes Iowa on Saturday for its final home game of the season. The Illini are 4-and-6 overall and 2-and-5 in the Big Ten after losing to Nebraska this past Saturday. The Hawkeyes are 6-and-4 and 3-and-4 in league play. Illinois leads the nation in rushing yards, rushing yards per carry, and rushing touchdowns in the month of November.
(Champaign, IL) — Five Georgetown players scored in double-figures as it edged by Illinois 88-80 at the State Farm Center. Ayo Dosunmu had 25 points in the loss. Andres Feliz added 13 points, five rebounds, five assists and three steals for the Fighting Illini, who dropped to 1-and-1. Illinois travels to Hawaii, where it will face Number-3 Gonzaga in the Maui Invitational on Monday.
(Chicago, IL) — The Blues are in Chicago tonight to play the Blackhawks. It’s the start of a three-game trip that will also take St. Louis to Vegas and San Jose. The Blues are 6-6-and-3, while the Hawks come in riding an eight-game losing streak. Center Brayden Schenn will miss his fourth consecutive game for the Blues because of an oblique injury.
>>Steelers’ Bell Doesn’t Report, Out For 2018
(Pittsburgh, PA) — Steelers running back Le’Veon [[ LAY-vee-on ]] Bell is officially ineligible to play this season after failing to report by yesterday’s deadline. Bell left 14.5-million-dollars guaranteed on the table for this year as he seeks a new long-term contract. The 6-2-and-1 Steelers will continue to move forward with James Conner as their primary ball carrier.
>>Braves’ Snitker, A’s Melvin Named Top Managers
(New York, NY) — The Braves’ Brian Snitker and the Athletics’ Bob Melvin are Major League Baseball’s Managers of the Year. Snitker beat out fellow finalists in the Brewers’ Craig Counsell and the Rockies’ Bud Black in the NL, while Melvin won over Boston’s Alex Cora and Tampa Bay’s Kevin Cash in the AL. It’s Melvin’s third career Manager of the Year Award.