- Panarin penalized for tossing glove at Marchand
- Sources: Red Sox, Wacha finalizing 1-year deal
- NFL makes schedule changes in Weeks 13, 15
- Celtics welcome back Brown, net win in return
— San Antonio blew another big lead, but this time it led to a celebration for the Spurs.
Heading into Week 12, our NFL reporters have the latest updates to key players across the gridiron.
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Near the end of Friday's game, Rangers star Artemi Panarin was given a misconduct penalty after throwing a glove at the Bruins' Brad Marchand as the two were on their respective benches. Marchand was also given a misconduct penalty.
The Red Sox are finalizing a one-year deal with right-hander Michael Wacha, sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan.
— DeMarr Langford scored 15 points and grabbed seven rebounds as Boston College snapped a three-game skid with a 73-60 defeat of Columbia on Friday.
— Artemi Panarin scored the first of New York’s three third-period goals with 8:25 left and the Rangers beat the Boston Bruins 5-2 on Friday afternoon, giving Gerard Gallant the best start in his first 20 games as coach in team history.
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J.C. Jackson (scheduled for free agency after the season): "I love playing for the New England Patriots, playing under Coach Belichick. I have grown as a football player since I've been here … It's a place that gave me a chance from Day 1. I would love to be a New England Patriot for a long time."
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The Patriots held a morning practice on Thanksgiving, and starting right tackle Trent Brown (calf) and rookie DT Christian Barmore (pictured/knee) did not participate, according to the team's injury report. Also, rookie RB Rhamondre Stevenson (knee) was limited in practice. Those were the three changes for the Patriots from their Wednesday practice.
De'Vondre Campbell and Cordarrelle Patterson have been terrific free-agency finds, while the Chiefs have two rookies on the list.
Freddie Coleman filling in for the guys...Mike Tannenbaum joins him. How much pressure are the Bills feeling with the Patriots taking the lead in the AFC East? Baker Mayfield & Aaron Rodgers both battling through injuries...how effective will they be the rest of the season?
— Kevin Durant grew up in the Washington, D.C., area looking up to Allen Iverson as he led Georgetown to back-to-back trips to the NCAA Sweet 16.
— Noah Kirkwood and Luka Sakota scored 17 points apiece and Harvard beat Colgate 89-84 in overtime on Wednesday night.