EVERYBODY LOVES TYRESE The Ringer breaks down Halliburton’s production so far this season.
Have no fear, Kings fans, Tyrese Haliburton is here! @KevinOConnorNBA, @jkylemann, and @JonathanTjarks talk about the Sacramento rookie on #RingerNBAU. pic.twitter.com/so0FHE9HAB— The Ringer (@ringer) January 20, 2021
RUN THE DAMN BALL Jake Brend recaps the season for the ISU running backs.
ELITE Joe Flacco was trending for some reason, is he a Hall of Famer?
Whose career would you want and why?— Paul Pabst (@PaulPabst) January 20, 2021
-Phil Rivers...63k yards...421 tds...8-time pro bowler
5-7 in the playoffs...no Super Bowls
-Joe Flacco...41k yards...224 tds...no pro bowls
10-5 in the playoffs...Super Bowl MVP
BRANTLY TO TORONTO?? No. He’s back with the Astros despite reports of him signing with the Blue Jays.
Michael Brantley is returning to the Astros on a 2-year, $32M deal.— FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) January 20, 2021
(via @MarkBermanFox26) pic.twitter.com/U68CfuEOCy
ULTIMATE BALL KICKER GUY Cristiano Ronaldo nets his 760th goal, allegedly breaking the all-time record.
The incredible @Cristiano has scored his 760th career goal tonight, overtaking Josef Bican as the highest goal scorer in the history of football. What an achievement.— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) January 20, 2021
WOULD SOMEONE CHECK THE FACTS PLEASE Because we can never have any fun, Ronaldo did not break the record.
The Czech FA have challenged reports that Ronaldo's 760th goal on Wednesday was a world record.— B/R Football (@brfootball) January 21, 2021
They claim Josef Bican scored 821 official goals throughout his career. pic.twitter.com/PNHzQYDnfb
MAMBA FOREVER Nearly a year after his death, we reflect on Kobe Bryant’s life.