Good morning! Here are the plays everybody will be talking about Thursday.
Young golfer breaks in Tiger Woods’ new course in style. On Wednesday, Tiger Woods opened Bluejack National, a new 10-hole, par-3 course outside of Houston. To break in the course, Woods had a couple of kids play a round. One of those kids was 11-year-old Taylor Crozier, who had the honour of hitting the first shot on the course. He hit a hole-in-one, got a huge ovation, and a hug from Tiger. Not a bad day.
Not Russell Westbrook’s best moment on a basketball court. The Oklahoma City Thunder blew a 22-point lead to the Los Angeles Clippers, but still had a chance to tie in the closing seconds. Without a timeout, Westbrook pushed the ball up court and for some reason, with plenty of time to set up a good shot, he instead launched an off-balance 3-pointer that missed by a mile. Game over.
The Flying Canadian flies again. No. 9 Oregon rallied to beat UCLA 76-68 and along the way, senior forward Chris Boucher scored at the end of this lovely double-pass alley-oop. The Flying Canadian only had four points on the night, but half of them were pretty sweet.
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