Bill and Field Yates of ESPN preview the AFC Championship matchup in the NFL Postseason of Patriots-Chiefs. Will the temperature be an issue for the quality of play? Will the Patriots target one player from the Chiefs to stop offensively? Will the Arrowhead Stadium crowd affect the Pats' offense? Does a loss for either team spell negativity in their future? Those questions and so much more answered.
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In the wake of his pointed criticism of the Celtics' young players, Kyrie Irving said Wednesday that he called LeBron James to apologize for how he behaved as a young teammate in Cleveland and for not "seeing the big picture."
The Patriots know they are underdogs heading into Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Chiefs, and they're jumping on the opportunity to take advantage.
Marc Kestecher & Jon Barry share their final thoughts on Kyrie Irving's performance in the 4th quarter to lead the Celtics to a win over the Raptors
Kyrie Irving hit a foul-line fadeaway to give Boston the lead, then hit a 31-foot 3-pointer to finish with 27 points and lead the Celtics past the Eastern Conference-leading Toronto Raptors 117-108 on Wednesday night.
Gordon Hayward talks with Marc Kestecher and Jon Barry about Kyrie Irving closing out the win over the Raptors
Sean Couturier had a hat trick, Carter Hart stopped 39 shots and the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Boston Bruins 4-3 on Wednesday night.
Andrew Kostecka scored 28 points and Loyola (MD) closed with a 9-0 run in overtime to beat Boston University 81-73 on Wednesday night.
Justin Kier scored 22 points, Javon Greene added a career-high 19 points and George Mason beat Massachusetts 68-63 on Wednesday night.
Jordan Nwora scored 18 of his career-high 32 points before the break before adding five points late that helped Louisville hold off Boston College 80-70 on Wednesday night.