Good morning! Here are the plays everybody will be talking about Monday morning.
Another team wins on a block-6. The Monday Night Football game was not the best matchup ever, featuring two teams with losing records and most of the stars plays not in action. Still, the Cleveland Browns beat the Baltimore Ravens in stunning fashion. The Ravens actually had the ball with the game tied and less than a minute left when they threw an ugly interception in their own end of the field. That led to what looked like it was going to be a last-second game-winning field goal. Instead, the Ravens blocked the kick and Will Hill returned it 65 yards for a game-winning touchdown for the Ravens. Here is the play with the Browns radio call (via Fox Sports 1).
The Warriors did it again and so did Stephen Curry. The Warriors improved to 19-0, but this 106-103 win over the Utah Jazz was anything but easy, going down to the final seconds. Curry finished with 26 points, 6 rebounds, and 5 assists, and none of the assists were prettier than his hook-alley-oop to Festus Ezeli with less five minutes to go.
Maple Leafs goalie makes great save in NHL debut. Garret Sparks is a 22-year-old rookie goal who made his NHL debut on Monday and became the first player Toronto Maple Leafs history to record a shutout in his first NHL game. Sparks was tested early and made a couple of nice saves in the first period, but it was his save late in the second period that he’ll always remember. After making an initial save on a breakaway, he fell to the ice and had an Oilers player on top of him when he kept his cool and swatted away the loose puck. The Leafs went on to win 3-0.
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