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Wednesday’s Sports

NFL

If you are into the NFL, this should be on your bucket list. A match between Tom Brady’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Drew Brees’ New Orleans Saints. Both quarterbacks are in their 40s and thriving in the playoffs at an age when nearly every other great passer in the NFL history is enjoying retirement. Brees and the Saints take the field on Sunday two days after turning 42 as the young gun in this matchup against Brady, 43, who has shattered nearly every record for longevity in the NFL.

The Rams take on Green Bay Saturday at 3:35, followed by Baltimore and Buffalo at 7:15. On Sunday at 2:05, Cleveland and Kansas City followed by Tampa Bay and New Orleans at 5:40.

NBA

The Lakers did in the Rockets Tuesday 117 – 100 while the Thunder lost to the Spurs 112-102. COVID has claimed five NBA games including the Celtics and Bulls game Tuesday night.

Disgruntled superstar James Harden says the Houston Rockets are “just not good enough.” That statement came after the team’s second consecutive blowout loss to the Los Angeles Lakers Tuesday night. He added that he doesn’t believe the team can improve enough to be a contender.

HIGH SCHOOL

BASKETBALL

BOY’S

Atlanta 84 – Paul Pewitt 43

Chapel Hill MP 56 – Mineola 50

Chisum 58 – Lone Oak 46

Cooper 75 – Boles 31

Gilmer 57 – North Lamar 47

Mt Pleasant 44 – Sulphur Springs 41

North Hopkins 38 – Como-Pickton 22

Union Grove 61 – Hawkins 40

GIRL’S

Alba-Golden 60 – Cumby 45

Chapel Hill MP 80 – Mineola 31

Clarksville 39 – Bowie 18

Como-Pickton 52 – North Hopkins 14

Cooper 55 – Boles 49

Gilmer 54 – North Lamar 30

Greenville 52 – West Mesquite 51

Hawkins 47 – Union Grove 36

Leonard 61 – Bonham 42

Lone Oak 46 – Chisum 29

Paul Pewitt 93 – Atlanta 39

Rains 56 – Commerce 25

Texas High 44 – Pine Tree 19