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This edition of Chalkboard Stats previews Sunday's matchup between the New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers by breaking down a pivotal play from the Patriots season-opener on Monday Night Football against the Miami Dolphins.
The Orioles' 18-run performance Sunday was a capper to a big run-scoring week, as we take a look at interesting and unusual stats from the past week.
The preseason favorites have many flaws. They can't seem to hit, run, pitch or field effectively.
The Cavaliers complete a first-round series sweep after winning a heated battle in Boston over the Celtics.
It's rare for New York's teams to be where they are when they play in a Subway Series
Both Stephen Curry and Anthony Davis were great, but only one of them could move his team on to the next round.
The Mets ace is 4-0 and looks as good through four 2015 starts as he did in the first 36 starts of his career.
The Nets shut the Hawks down in just about every way possible. And Brook Lopez made a major impact on both ends of the floor.
The San Antonio Spurs gave true meaning to home-court advantage with a 100-73 win against the Los Angeles Clippers in Game 3. The 27-point loss is the largest in Clippers postseason history.
James Harden and Dwight Howard have given the Houston Rockets a commanding 3-0 series lead over the Dallas Mavericks following their 130-128 win. Teams to win the first three games of a best-of-seven series are a perfect 110-0 entering the 2015 postseason.
This comeback was about offensive rebounds as much as it was improbable shots. And how improbable was it?
The former MVP looked more like an MVP on Thursday than he had in a long time. Here's a look at Derrick Rose's impressive performance.
LeBron James led the Cleveland Cavaliers with 31 points and 11 rebounds as his team took Game 3 in Boston 103-95 Thursday and went up 3-0 in the series.
The key to the Mets winning streak has been the work of two pitchers who won on Wednesday-- Bartolo Colon and Jeurys Familia.
The Cardinals' righty has a good plan on the mound. Here's how he attacked the Nationals in his win on Thursday.
Previewing the Wladimir Klitschko-Bryant Jennings Heavyweight title Fight