It's not just that teams are going for it more than ever. Those in charge have found a clever new way to defend their thinking.
Even without Kawhi Leonard, Los Angeles is a team nobody will want to play.
A number of top teams hit the road, including Ohio State, Oregon, Oklahoma State and Wake Forest.
FIFA stopped short of pushing for a vote later this year, with its president now entertaining any and all suggestions to toy with global soccer's showpiece event.
Boston selected him in the Rule 5 draft from the Yankees before the season. Now, he's helped stabilize the bullpen.
Dave Clawson's system, with a heavy dose of an RPO with an elongated mesh point, has the Demon Deacons sitting at 6–0.
Los Angeles again trails Atlanta 3–1 in the NLCS. This time, its offense doesn't look up to the task for a comeback.