>>Cubs Beat Indians In G2 To Even World Series

(Cleveland, OH)  --  The World Series is all even at a game apiece.  Kyle Schwarber drove in two runs and Jake Arrieta took a no-hitter into the sixth inning as the Cubs beat the Indians 5-1 in Game Two at Progressive Field. Trevor Bauer gave up two runs in three-and-two-thirds innings to take the loss.  Jason Kipnis scored Cleveland's run on a wild pitch. 

>>Indians Bats Quiet In Game Two

(Cleveland, OH)  --  The Indians' bats were quiet in their Game Two loss to the Cubs in the World Series.  Cleveland was held to one run and four hits.  They were 0-for-4 with runners in scoring position, plus left eight men on base. 

>>Indians Salazar Makes Return

(Cleveland, OH)  --  Indians pitcher Danny Salazar returned to the mound in Game Two of the World Series.  Salazar pitched the sixth inning, working around two walks to get out of the frame without giving up a run.  It was his first time on the hill since September 9th. 

>>World Series Shifts To Chicago

(Chicago, IL)  --  After two games in Cleveland, the World Series now shifts to Chicago.  Game Three is at Wrigley Field tomorrow night at 8:00 p.m.  Josh Tomlin takes the hill for the Indians opposite the Cubs' Kyle Hendricks.  Game Four is on Saturday and Game Five on Sunday, also on the North Side. 

>>Ohio State Getting Ready For Northwestern

(Columbus, OH)  --  Ohio State is looking to bounce back from their first loss of the season on Saturday welcoming Northwestern to Ohio Stadium.  OSU is 6-and-1 and 3-and-1 in the Big Ten after losing to Penn State last weekend.  The Wildcats are 4-and-3 and 3-and-1. 

>>Browns' Coleman Returns To Practice

(Berea, OH)  --  Browns rookie wide receiver Corey Coleman returned to practice yesterday in a limited fashion.  Coleman is recovering from a broken hand suffered on September 21st.  He ran routes but did not catch any passes.  Offensive lineman Cam Erving was a full participant. 

>>Browns' McCown Expected To Start Against Jets

(Berea, OH)  --  The Browns' quarterback position is starting to come into focus for Sunday's game hosting the Jets.  Josh McCown has been cleared to play as he's working his way back from a broken collarbone.  Cody Kessler is still in the concussion protocol.  Cleveland is 0-and-7, while the Jets are 2-and-5. 

>>Bengals Injury Report Update

(Cincinnati, OH)  --  The first injury report of the week was released yesterday for the Bengals.  Offensive lineman Andrew Whitworth and Clint Boling did not practice.  Whitworth is in the concussion protocol.  Tyler Eifert was not listed in any capacity for the first time this season.  Cincinnati leaves for London today.  They face the Redskins on Sunday.


>>Blue Jackets At Sharks

(Columbus, OH)  --  The Blue Jackets make the second stop on three-game trip through California tonight against the Sharks.  Columbus started the stretch with a 3-2 overtime loss to the Kings to put them at 2-2-and-1.  San Jose is 4-3-and-0.  

>>Cavs At Raptors Tomorrow

(Toronto, Ontario)  --  The Cavaliers step out on the road for this first time this season tomorrow night.  Cleveland squares off with the Raptors in a rematch of the Eastern Conference finals. They opened the season with a 29-point victory against the Knicks at home.  Toronto is also 1-and-0. 

>>Turner, Pacers Outlast Mavericks In Opener

(Indianapolis, IN)  --  Second-year big man Myles Turner opened the season with a bang as the Pacers outlasted the Mavericks 130-121 in overtime from Indianapolis.  Turner posted 30 points, 16 rebounds and four blocks to lead the charge for the Pacers, opening an 8-0 overtime run with a three-pointer.  Paul George scored 25 points, and Jeff Teague finished with 20 points and eight assists in his Indiana debut.  Deron Williams had 25 points for Dallas, which trailed the entire game until the fourth quarter.  Dirk Nowitzki added 22 points and eight boards for the Mavs in defeat.


>>Raptors Ride DeRozan To Win Over Pistons

(Toronto, Ontario)  --  DeMar DeRozan went off for 40 points as the Raptors opened the regular season with a 109-91 win over the Pistons in Toronto.  He connected on 17-of-27 shots for the Raptors, who outscored the Pistons in all four quarters.  Toronto also got 32 points and 11 rebounds from Jonas Valanciunas.  Tobias Harris led the Detroit attack with 22 points.  Marcus Morris added 17 points and nine boards for the Pistons in defeat.


>>Kings Ruin Suns Home Opener

(Phoenix, CA)  --  The Kings outscored the Suns by 11 in the first quarter and never looked back on their way to a 113-94 win in the home-opener for Phoenix.  DeMarcus Cousins connected on 6-of-10 shots for 24 points in the victory.  Former Lima resident Tyler Ulis scored two points in 14 minutes on the floor in his NBA debut.


Miami Heat 108, Orlando Magic 96
Boston Celtics 122, Brooklyn Nets 117
Charlotte Hornets 107, Milwaukee Bucks 96
Memphis Grizzlies 102, Minnesota Timberwolves 98
Denver Nuggets 107, New Orleans Pelicans 102
Oklahoma City Thunder 103, Philadelphia 76ers 97
Los Angeles Lakers 120, Houston Rockets 114



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