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What Happened in Sports: October 31, 2022

What Happened in Sports: October 31, 2022

October 31, 2022 was highlighted by Paul George’s dominance as he scored 35 PTS, including the game winner with seconds to go to carry LAC to a 95-93 win over HOU. The Ravens traded LB AJ Klein and a 2nd and 5th rounder for CHI Roquan Smith. The Bengals were crushed by CLE 32-13 as RB Nick Chubb ran for 2 TDs. CIN has now lost 13 straight road primetime games. World Series Game 3 was delayed last night due to rain and it will be pushed back. This moves Game 6 and Game 7 to SAT and SUN should they be needed.  

See what happened in sports on this day in recent years:

– October 31, 2021: Mike White‘s record-breaking debut in Jets upset vs. CIN, Astros historic comeback, and more!

– October 31, 2020: Some notable MLB options were declined, Dallas ruled out Andy Dalton for Week 8, and more!

– October 31, 2019: Kawhi came in the clutch, the 49ers went 8-0, MPJ scored his 1st career points, and more!

WHAT HAPPENED IN SPORTS OVERVIEWThese posts showcase everything you need to see in pro sports all in one place EVERY DAY. This includes real headlines only (no clickbait rumors), all of the best highlights, interesting facts & records from around the NFL, NBA, & MLB, the main games to watch, notable birthdays, and a quick recap of significant events on this day in sports history.

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Paul George scored 35, including the game winning bucket with seconds to go, carrying the Clippers to 95-93 victory against the Houston Rockets

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Baltimore Ravens acquired LB Roquan Smith from the Chicago Bears for LB AJ Klein plus 2023 2nd & 5th Rd Picks

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The Browns embarrassed the Bengals 32-13 on MNF as Nick Chubb ran for 2 TDs and Jacob Brissett threw for 278 yards, handing CIN their 13th straight primetime road loss

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MLB World Series Game 3 that was set to take place in Philadelphia was delayed, now making a potential Game 6 & 7 on Saturday & Sunday

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PG PUT LAC ON HIS BACK

 

HIGGINS PULLED A MOSS

 

HURDLES BY CLEVELAND

 

HANDS ALERT BY AMARI

 

HARDEN HAD HIM LOST

 

JRUE CAME IN CLUTCH

 

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Cincinnati Bengals have the most consecutive road primetime losses (13) in NFL history

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Nick Chubb has the most RUSH TD (10) through the 1st 8 games of a season in Cleveland Browns history since 1959 Jim Brown

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Cleveland Browns have their longest win streak (5) vs. 1 team (CIN) in franchise history since returning to the NFL in 1999

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World Series

NBA Monday

7:00 PM: Philadelphia 76ers (3-4) vs. Washington Wizards (3-3)

7:30 PM: Atlanta Hawks (4-2) vs. Toronto Raptors (3-3)

9:00 PM: Memphis Grizzlies (4-2) vs. Utah Jazz (5-2)

*All game times listed are in Eastern Standard Time (EST)*

NFL: OT Ikem Ekwonu, Carolina Panthers (turns 22)

NFL: DL D.J. Wonnum, Minnesota Vikings (25)

MLB: 2B/OF Tony Kemp, Oakland Athletics (31)

NFL: CB Robert Alford, Free Agent (34)

MLB: 1B Fred McGriff, Retired after 2004 (59)

2018: Minnesota Timberwolves PG Derrick Rose dropped 50 points in an emotional game that reminded many of his MVP days

2015: Golden State Warriors PG Stephen Curry scored a then career-high 53 points during his 3rd game of the season to begin his 2nd consecutive MVP campaign

2004: Led by a dominant defense and rookie QB Ben Roethlisberger, the Pittsburgh Steelers snapped the New England Patriots’ 21-game winning streak — the longest in NFL history

1987: Los Angeles Rams, Indianapolis Colts, and Buffalo Bills completed 1 of the largest 3-team trades ever which involved 10 players and draft picks, most notably sending HOF RB Eric Dickerson to Indianapolis where he made the Pro Bowl his 1st 3 seasons there

1968: Milwaukee Bucks finally won their 1st game in franchise history over the Detroit Pistons after losing their 1st 5 games

1950: SF Earl Lloyd became the 1st African-American to play in the NBA, making his debut for the Washington Capitols

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