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First observations of poisonous caterpillars reported in France

Early sightings of poisonous pine processionary caterpillars - which are irritating and particularly dangerous to dogs - have been reported as France basks in...

3 observations as the Dallas Mavericks beat the Memphis Grizzlies, 102-92

After an unexpected week-long hiatus following the catastrophic weather event in Texas, the Dallas Mavericks led the Memphis Grizzlies face to face, 102-92. ...

3 observations after Sixers fall to Raptors despite another high-scoring game...

The Sixers' road fights against the Raptors continued Sunday night, even in a game that did not take place in Toronto. Playing at Amalie...

9 Observations of the Blazers’ victory over Thunder

The Portland Trail Blazers won a thriller in Oklahoma City tonight, crushing the Thunder 115-104 after a last-minute three-storm saved them from disaster. ...

3 observations after another elite performance from Joel Embiid in Sixers’...

The Sixers showed Sunday night that they don't need Joel Embiid to win, coming back from a 20-point deficit to beat the Pacers. ...

3 observations after Sixers return to beat Pacers, claim first win...

The Sixers appeared destined for a fifth loss in five games without Joel Embiid this season on Sunday night. The script was easy...

3 observations after Joel Embiid rocked a slow start, produced another...

As he has so often this season, Joel Embiid led the way for the Sixers on Friday night in Minnesota. By the end...

3 observations after the Sixers passed their biggest test yet, claiming...

While Wednesday night's game never provided a definitive answer to whether the Sixers are a true NBA title contender, it was the team's most...

Bulls’ observations: Zach LaVine scores 38, but insufficient comeback against Lakers

The Bulls went 4-6 this season with a relentless, moderately excruciating, but ultimately encouraging loss of 117-115 to the Los Angeles Lakers. Here...

Greg Schiano’s tears say it all: Rutgers overcame adversity to huge...

Greg Schiano cried when it ended. He coached 143 games at Rutgers, and I'm pretty sure those tears are a first. But, really, can you blame...
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