What Happened Last Night: Giants, Notre Dame Stay Unbeaten, James Harden Traded
Happy Halloween! If you were like most of the country, you went to a Halloween party last night and ruined the evening for thousands of Americans like myself who just wanted to get a good night sleep so they could get up at a reasonable hour Sunday. Not to guilt trip you about your "fun" or whatever. Anyway, you missed a lot of action last night while you were out getting drunk on pumpkin ale.
Giants take commanding 3-0 lead in World Series
The San Francisco Giants blanked the Detroit Tigers last night 2-0 to go up three games to none. The Giants got a five-hit shutout performance from starter Ryan Vogelsong, reliever Tim Lincecum, and closer Sergio Romo to put Detroit on the brink of elimination.
Notre Dame crushes Oklahoma to stay unbeaten, Florida upset by Georgia
The no. 5 Fighting Irish downed the no. 8 Sooners 30-13 to go to 8-0. There should be significant changes to the top five now as no. 2 Florida lost to no. 10 Georgia while Notre Dame, as well as no. 3 Kansas State and no. 4 Oregon both won in huge blowouts.
Thunder trade James Harden to Rockets for Kevin Martin, Deron Lamb, and more
I'm an NBA guy, so this was the news of the night for me: The Oklahoma City Thunder traded James Harden, Cole Aldrich, Daequan Cook, and Lazar Hayward to the Houston Rockets for Kevin Martin, Jeremy Lamb, two first-round picks and a second-round pick. Harden had just declined a four-year, $55.5 million contract offer from the Thunder before the trade and was apparently holding out for a max contract, which was worth just $4.5 million more than what Oklahoma City offered.
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