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[Pre-Match Thread] MLS Match 23: New York Red Bulls vs. Toronto FC (Sunday 8 November)

2020.11.07 15:43 Pbrisebois [Pre-Match Thread] MLS Match 23: New York Red Bulls vs. Toronto FC (Sunday 8 November)

New York Red Bulls vs. Toronto FC

Date: Sunday 8 November
Time: 3:30pm EST
Location: Red Bull Arena, Harrison, NJ
Referee: TBA
Toronto FC Recent Form: DWLLW
New York Recent Form: DDDWL
Previous 5 Meetings: TFC 1W-1D-3W NYRB
Toronto FC Suspensions: N/A
New York Suspensions: N/A
Toronto FC Injury Report: Ifunanyachi Achara (ACL), Jozy Altidore (Hamstring), Alex Bono (Hand), Marky Delgado (Unknown), Johnathan Osorio (Unknown), Pablo Piatti (Calf), Justin Morrow (Unknown)
New York Injury Report: Patrick Seagrist (Groin)

MLS Eastern Conference Standings

Team GP Wins Draws Losses Points GD
1 x-Philadelphia Union 22 13 5 4 44 +22
2 x-Toronto FC 22 13 5 4 44 +8
3 x-Orlando City 22 11 8 3 41 +16
4 x-Columbus Crew 22 11 5 6 38 +14
5 x-New York City FC 22 11 3 8 36 +11
x - Clinched Playoff Spot
As of Saturday 7 November 9:00am EST
  • Sunday is Decision Day (brought to you by one of MLS' corporate sponsors). All teams in MLS are playing on Sunday, with games involving teams in the Eastern Conference kicking off at 3:30pm, and games involving the Western Conference teams kicking off at 6:30pm. Let's take a quick look at the Western Conference first. The 8 teams that will compete in the playoffs have been set, however the seedings are still to be determined. 3 teams have a chance at the 1st spot, with SKC (1.80ppg) currently in 1st, though Portland (1.73ppg) and Seattle (1.71ppg) are both capable of jumping to the top after Sunday. Over in the Eastern Conference, we have 2 spots in the play-offs still up for grabs. Montreal (1.05ppg) and Chicago (1.05ppg) currently occupy the last 2 spots, though Atlanta (1ppg), Miami (0.95ppg) and DC (0.95ppg) all can jump into one of those playoff spots. Link
  • For TFC fans, the only other game on Sunday that can affect the Reds' final position is the match between Philadelphia and New England. In order for TFC to win the Supporters' Shield, they need to better Philly's result. If the Union lose, TFC needs to Win or Draw. If Philly draws with the Revs, TFC need to win. If Philly wins, the Union will take the shield as their Goal Difference is superior to TFC's. If you want to keep an eye on the Union-Revs match, it will be shown on ABC at the same time as TFC's match vs. the Red Bulls. Link
  • We still have a bunch of question marks regarding the health of a few key TFC players. First up, it seems like Delgado, Morrow and Piatti are all out for Sunday. Jonathan Osorio is a bit closer to a return to the squad than those three. The surprise announcement from Greg Vanney, was him saying that Jozy Alitdore might be ready for Decision Day. Keep in mind, Vanney said Jozy would be close to return for the entirety of the 2019 Playoffs, and he ended up only coming off the bench in the MLS Cup Final. So take any news about Jozy's return with a pinch of salt. Link
  • On Friday, MLS announced the schedule for the MLS Playoffs. The 4 lowest seeded Eastern Conference teams will play their play-in games on Friday 20 November. The real First Round starts the next day, with games being played on the 21st, 22nd, and Tuesday the 24th. Of note TFC is locked in to either 1st or 2nd place, so they will be playing one of the play-in round winners, and therefore it's almost guaranteed that TFC's first play-off match will be played on Tuesday 24 November, giving the Reds a 2+ week break between season and playoffs. Good news for those recovering from injury. Link
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2020.10.30 21:50 TheBishop7 The 2020 playoffs are approaching. Who should I root for? (3 Weeks Remain)

You may remember this weekly post from the last six seasons. This post is designed to give you an idea of who to root for in MLS matches not featuring The Black & Gold, yet including teams that still have an effect on The Crew's final standings.

Last Week

It's time to write off the possibility of a Supporter's Shield in 2020. It's not impossible, but statistically speaking, it might as well be after a Crew loss and Union win.
The goal at this point is to hold on to home field advantage for the first round of the playoffs. Orlando and New York City both won last week and could take third or fourth place from Columbus if their forms remain the same. Nashville also won last week and has a slim chance to catch the Crew, especially considering they are 3-0-1 in the last four games.
Also of note, the final standings will now be ranked by PPG (points per game). If no more games are postponed, this should not affect the Eastern Conference as all games that have not been rescheduled involve the Colorado Rapids vs. another Western Conference team. That said, any COVID issues at this point will surely be cancellations rather than reschedules.

Who should I root for?

Listing (EDT) Home Team Away Team WSIRF? TV
Saturday 3:30pm FC Dallas Houston Dynamo Dynamo
Saturday 8:30pm Nashville SC Chicago Fire Fire
Sunday 7:00pm New York City FC New York Red Bulls Red Bulls
Sunday 7:30pm Montreal Impact Orlando City SC Impact
Sunday 7:30pm Sporting Kansas City Minnesota United Loons
Sunday 7:30pm Toronto FC Inter Miami Inter
Sunday 9:00pm Colorado Rapids Seattle Sounders Rapids
Sunday 10:00pm Portland Timbers Vancouver Whitecaps Caps
Sunday 10:30pm San Jose Earthquakes Los Angeles Football Club Quakes
Note: All matches not nationally televised can be viewed on ESPN+
Disclaimer: I realize that cheering for the Fire or Cincinnati or whomever is not something you typically want to do, but remember that this is just statistics, and it is for the Crew's benefit for these results to happen. It also doesn't matter what you shout at your screen. What happens, happens, regardless of us. Root for the Mutiny, Fusion, or Chivas to win for all I care.

Current Eastern Conference Standings

Rank Club Pts GP PPG W GD GF Current Qualification Possible Finish
1 Philadelphia UnionH 44 21 2.10 13 23 41 First Round Home 1st - 3rd
2 Toronto FCH 41 21 1.95 12 7 30 First Round Home 1st - 4th
3 Columbus Crew SCP 35 20 1.75 10 14 31 First Round Home 1st - 7th
4 Orlando City SCP 35 20 1.75 9 14 35 First Round Home 2nd - 10th
5 New York City FCP 33 21 1.57 10 8 28 First Round Away 3rd - 11th
6 Nashville SCP 28 20 1.40 7 2 20 First Round Away 3rd - 10th
7 New York Red BullsP 29 21 1.38 8 0 25 Home Play-in Round 3rd - 10th
8 New England RevolutionP 29 21 1.38 7 2 22 Home Play-in Round 4th - 10th
9 Montreal Impact 23 21 1.10 7 -10 30 Away Play-in Round 6th - 14th
10 Chicago Fire 21 20 1.05 5 -5 27 Away Play-in Round 6th - 14th
11 Inter Miami CF 21 21 1.00 6 -10 22 Would not qualify 9th - 14th
12 D.C. United 21 21 1.00 5 -14 20 Would not qualify 9th - 14th
13 Atlanta United FC 19 21 0.90 5 -8 20 Would not qualify 9th - 14th
14 FC Cincinnati 16 21 0.76 4 -21 13 Would not qualify 9th - 14th
E - Clinched Eastern Conference Champions
H - Clinched Home Field Advantage
P - Clinched Playoff Qualification
Strikethrough - Eliminated

Current Supporters' Shield Standings

Rank Club PPG Pts GP 538 Probability
1 Philadelphia Union 2.10 44 21 87%
2 Toronto FC 1.95 41 21 4%
3 Seattle Sounders FC 1.84 35 19 7%
4 Sporting Kansas City 1.80 36 20 1%
5 Columbus Crew SC 1.75 35 20 <1%
6 Portland Timbers 1.75 35 20 <1%
7 Orlando City SC 1.75 35 20 <1%

Columbus' Remaining Schedule

Date Opponent H/A TV
11/1 Philadelphia Union Home
11/4 Orlando City SC Away
11/8 Atlanta United FC Home

Playoff Scenarios

Columbus Crew SC will clinch home field advantage for the 2020 MLS Cup Playoffs if:
  1. Columbus Crew SC win and New York City FC lose or draw
Atlanta United FC will be eliminated from the 2020 MLS Cup Playoffs if:
  1. Atlanta United lose or tie and Inter Miami wins
  2. Atlanta United lose or tie and D.C. United wins
  3. Atlanta United lose or tie and Chicago wins
D.C. United will be eliminated from the 2020 MLS Cup Playoffs if:
  1. D.C. United lose and Montreal Impact win or draw and Inter Miami win
FC Cincinnati will be eliminated from the 2020 MLS Cup Playoffs if:
  1. FC Cincinnati lose or draw
  2. Inter Miami wins
  3. D.C. United wins
  4. Chicago wins
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2020.10.19 00:27 quatrotires What To Watch This Week (19-25 October)

These posts are as much for me as they are for you. So please feel free to reply with your suggestions for what to watch, and make a case for any game to be considered 'must watch', in which case I will bold it. The time zone used to sort games was LIS (Lisbon) time zone, so no, the game is not on a wrong date.
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
20:00 / 15:00 Leeds United vs Wolves Premier League
20:15 / 15:15 Boavista vs Vitória de Guimarães Primeira Liga
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
17:55 / 12:55 Dynamo Kyiv vs Juventus Champions League Group G
17:55 / 12:55 Zenit vs Club Brugge Champions League Group F
20:00 / 15:00 Barcelona vs Ferencváros Champions League Group G
20:00 / 15:00 Chelsea vs Sevilla Champions League Group E
20:00 / 15:00 Lazio vs Borussia Dortmund Champions League Group F
20:00 / 15:00 Paris Saint-Germain vs Manchester United Champions League Group H
20:00 / 15:00 RB Leipzig vs İstanbul Başakşehir Champions League Group H
20:00 / 15:00 Stade Rennais vs Krasnodar Champions League Group E
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
17:55 / 12:55 Real Madrid vs Shakhtar Donetsk Champions League Group B
17:55 / 12:55 RB Salzburg vs Lokomotiv Moskva Champions League Group A
20:00 / 15:00 Ajax vs Liverpool Champions League Group D
20:00 / 15:00 Bayern München vs Atlético Madrid Champions League Group A
20:00 / 15:00 Internazionale vs Borussia Mönchengladbach Champions League Group B
20:00 / 15:00 Manchester City vs FC Porto Champions League Group C
20:00 / 15:00 FC Midtjylland vs Atalanta Champions League Group D
20:00 / 15:00 Olympiacos vs Olympique de Marseille Champions League Group C
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
17:55 / 12:55 Bayer 04 Leverkusen vs OGC Nice Europa League Group C
17:55 / 12:55 Napoli vs AZ Alkmaar Europa League Group F
17:55 / 12:55 PSV Eindhoven vs Granada Europa League Group E
17:55 / 12:55 Rapid Wien vs Arsenal Europa League Group B
17:55 / 12:55 Standard Liège vs Rangers Europa League Group D
17:55 / 12:55 Young Boys vs AS Roma Europa League Group A
20:00 / 15:00 SC Braga vs AEK Athens Europa League Group G
20:00 / 15:00 Celtic vs AC Milan Europa League Group H
20:00 / 15:00 Dinamo Zagreb vs Feyenoord Europa League Group K
20:00 / 15:00 Leicester City vs Zorya Luhansk Europa League Group G
20:00 / 15:00 Sparta Praha vs Lille OSC Europa League Group H
20:00 / 15:00 Tottenham Hotspur vs LASK Linz Europa League Group J
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
3:30 / 22:30 Seattle Sounders vs Portland Timbers Major League Soccer
19:30 / 14:30 VfB Stuttgart vs 1. FC Köln Bundesliga
19:45 / 14:45 US Sassuolo vs Torino Serie A
20:00 / 15:00 Aston Villa vs Leeds United Premier League
20:00 / 15:00 Elche vs Valencia La Liga
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
12:30 / 7:30 West Ham United vs Manchester City Premier League
14:00 / 9:00 Atalanta vs Sampdoria Serie A
14:30 / 9:30 Bayern München vs Eintracht Frankfurt Bundesliga
14:30 / 9:30 RB Leipzig vs Hertha Berlin Bundesliga
15:00 / 10:00 Barcelona vs Real Madrid La Liga
17:00 / 12:00 Genoa vs Internazionale Serie A
17:00 / 12:00 Brøndby IF vs FC Midtjylland Danish Superliga
17:30 / 12:30 Manchester United vs Chelsea Premier League
17:30 / 12:30 Borussia Dortmund vs FC Schalke 04 Bundesliga
20:00 / 15:00 Atlético Madrid vs Real Betis La Liga
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
12:00 / 7:00 Aberdeen vs Celtic Scottish Premiership
13:30 / 8:30 Vitesse vs PSV Eindhoven Eredivisie
16:00 / 11:00 OGC Nice vs Lille OSC Ligue 1
16:30 / 11:30 Wolves vs Newcastle United Premier League
17:30 / 12:30 Famalicão vs Boavista Primeira Liga
19:15 / 14:15 Arsenal vs Leicester City Premier League
19:30 / 14:30 Los Angeles FC vs LA Galaxy Major League Soccer
19:45 / 14:45 Juventus vs Hellas Verona Serie A
20:00 / 15:00 Olympique Lyonnais vs Monaco Ligue 1
20:00 / 15:00 Vitória de Guimarães vs SC Braga Primeira Liga
21:15 / 16:15 Internacional vs Flamengo Brasileirão
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2020.09.28 17:10 Pbrisebois [Recap] MLS Matchday 14

MLS Matchday 14

Saturday 26 September

Nashville SC 1-1 Houston Dynamo
3:30pm Nissan Stadium Nashville, TN
Rios GOAL 49'
75' Yellow Card Lundkvist
81' Yellow Card Lemoine
89' GOAL Figueroa
Man of the Match: Rios (1 Goal)
With the last-minute draw, Houston pulled itself into 9th in the Western Conference, within a point of Real Salt Lake and the playoffs. However, it's important to note that the competition has at least one game in hand, while the Galaxy, in 11th, have two games to make up. Meanwhile, Nashville remain in 9th, tied with Montreal Impact above the playoff line. Link
New York City FC 4-0 FC Cincinnati
7:00pm Red Bull Arena Harrison, NJ
Mitritia GOAL 1'
Tinnerholm GOAL 25'
Callens Yellow Card 34'
Ring Injury 39'
Mitritia GOAL 43'
Matarrita Yellow Card 61'
64' Yellow Card Waston
71' Yellow Card Mendunjanin
Castellanos Yellow Card 78'
Medina GOAL 88'
Man of the Match: Mitritia (2 Goals)
This was more like it for NYCFC. After being shut out at the New England Revolution last Saturday and against Toronto FC at Red Bull Arena on Wednesday — while losing on a 90th-minute penalty despite outshooting the Reds 16-9 — the Cityzens were rolling on all cylinders against an ice-cold Cincinnati side that have scored just 2 goals in 9 matches. It was a rather straightforward performance for a side that are without Heber for the remainder of the season and saw Alexander Ring come off injured in the 1st half. Link

Sunday 27 September

DC United 0-2 New England Revolution
7:00pm Audi Field Washington, DC
45' Injury Polster
Brillant Yellow Card 45'
Mora Yellow Card 50'
Moreno Yellow Card 81'
86' GOAL Bou
90' GOAL Buksa
90' Yellow Card Buksa
Man of the Match: Bou (1 Goal)
D.C. are now winless in their last five matches. Stretch it back even further, and Ben Olsen’s group has just one win since play returned at the MLS is Back Tournament in mid-July. But make no mistake: This was a massive three points for New England. They have two straight wins to keep pace in the Eastern Conference and depart D.C. with a positive result for the second time this season. Link
New York Red Bulls 4-1 Montreal Impact
7:00pm Red Bull Arena Harrison, NJ
4' GOAL Bojan
Barlow GOAL 14'
Barlow GOAL 35'
37' Yellow Card Binks
Royer GOAL 56'
Kaku GOAL 57'
Casseres No Goal via VAR 77'
90' RED CARD via VAR Binks
Man of the Match: Barlow (2 Goals)
It’s the first winning streak of the season for the Red Bulls with matching 4-1 wins and the embattled club doubled their Red Bull Arena goal total on the night. Henry’s Impact actually had the lead, but once they conceded twice in the span of a minute early in the second half, it was clear an exhausted Montreal side would extend a season-long losing streak to four games. And it ended with another sending off, this time to Luis Binks for DOGSO following Video Review. Link
Philadelphia Union 3-0 Inter Miami
7:30pm Subaru Park Chester, PA
5' Yellow Card Reyes
Fontana GOAL 25'
Santos Yellow Card 46'
Ilsinho GOAL 69'
75' MISSED PK Higuain
Aaronson GOAL 90'
Man of the Match: Przybylko (2 Assists)
In many ways, the Union did not control Sunday's match but were able to grind out the result anyway, continuing a strong run of form in the process. Miami will rue the scoring chances they missed, and not just Higuain's penalty that went well over the bar — they ended the match with only three of their 15 shots on goal. Link
Chicago Fire 2-0 Atlanta United
7:30pm Soldier Field Chicago, IL
Herbers GOAL 7'
Beric GOAL 39'
85' Yellow Card Adams
Man of the Match: Shuttleworth (5 Saves)
Are the Fire catching, well, fire? After a stretch of five winless results, Raphael Wicky's side have won back-to-back matches, putting themselves just inside the playoff picture in the Eastern Conference. Meanwhile, for Atlanta, still missing Ezequiel Barco—along with Miles Robinson and Matheus Rossetto—it was a regressive showing after a much-needed 1-0 victory at home against FC Dallas on Wednesday. And their road woes continue, with its last win away from Mercedes-Benz Stadium coming in the season opener against Nashville SC back on February 29. Link
Toronto FC 3-1 Columbus Crew
7:30pm Rentschler Field East Hartford, CT
Altidore Yellow Card 28'
40' OWN GOAL Mavinga
Altidore GOAL 48'
Pozuelo GOAL 59'
60' Yellow Card Zelarayan
67' Yellow Card Morris
Laryea GOAL 76'
Man of the Match: Laryea (1 Goal, 2 Assists)
TFC took well to its new temporary East Hartford home with the win, which leaves it just two points behind the Crew in a tightening East race that also involves the Union. Lo and behold, Toronto and Philadelphia meet next Saturday in which should be a huge contest with playoff implications. The Crew will be left doing a bit of head-scratching, appearing the better side in the first half only to hear "Brass Bonanza" three times in the second half. And, to borrow from pro wrestling, "That's the Hartford Whalers music they're playing!" Link
Minnesota United 0-0 Real Salt Lake
8:00pm Allianz Field St. Paul, MN
32' Yellow Card Ruiz
Metanire Yellow Card 37'
85' Yellow Card Glad
Man of the Match: Putna (7 Saves)
This one was more entertaining than your average 0-0 draw, and both teams will be disappointed that they couldn't find the scoresheet with some better finishing. That might apply more to the Loons, who turned it up in the second half, and had the better of the chances for the latter part of the contest. With that in mind, RSL probably isn't complaining about getting out of it with a road point. Link
FC Dallas 0-0 Orlando City
8:30pm Toyota Stadium Frisco, TX
Ricaurte Yellow Card 48'
Jara Yellow Card 57'
64 Yellow Card Mendez
69' RED CARD Mendez
Santos Yellow Card 87'
90' Yellow Card Nani
Man of the Match: Pereyra (No Yellow Cards)
Neither side are likely to be too unhappy with a point apiece after a game in which both teams showed why they began the game sitting in the top four in their conference. Dallas will feel they perhaps should have taken all three points at home and going up against 10 men for more than 20 minutes but they will also know that on another night Orlando could have snatched the victory themselves. Link
Colorado Rapids PPD Sporting Kansas City
9:00pm Dick's Sporting Goods Park Commerce City, CO
Man of the Match: N/A
Major League Soccer announced today that the Colorado Rapids’ match against Sporting Kansas City originally scheduled for Sunday, September 27, at DICK’s Sporting Goods Park has been postponed to a later date.
The decision to postpone the match was made after the Rapids confirmed four positive COVID-19 cases on Friday—three staff members and one player. Link
Vancouver Whitecaps 0-1 Portland Timbers
10:00pm Providence Park Portland, OR
5' GOAL Mora
Gutierrez Yellow Card 8'
Cavallini Yellow Card 41'
Bikel Yellow Card 46'
48' Yellow Card Farfan
49' Yellow Card Paredes
Man of the Match: Mora (1 Goal)
Undefeated in four and winners of three straight, Portland are surging. Head coach Giovanni Savarese rotated his squad to great effect, too, letting key players get valuable rest. On the other hand, Vancouver dropped two straight this week. It was a better showing from head coach Marc Dos Santos’ group than Wednesday’s 6-1 loss at LAFC, but still a tough setback. Link
Los Angeles FC 1-2 San Jose Earthquakes
10:30pm Banc of California Stadium Los Angeles, CA
34' Yellow Card Rios
Kaye GOAL 45'
75' Yellow Card Salinas
80' GOAL Salinas
83' Yellow Card Espinoza
90' GOAL Yueill
Ginella Yellow Card 90'
Man of the Match: Marcinkowski (6 Saves)
The loss drops LAFC to 7th in the West standings, and brings up some very real concerns about the offense. Rodriguez, in particular, looked primed to score a goal, but he met with some tenacious D on the San Jose side. While the Quakes are still last in the West, tonight showed how the Quakes are capable of playing. Now it's just a matter of how often they can do it. Link
Los Angeles Galaxy 1-3 Seattle Sounders
10:30pm Dignity Health Sports Park Carson, CA
12' GOAL Roldan
38' GOAL Morris
Araujo Yellow Card 40'
61' GOAL Roldan
Lletget GOAL 88'
Man of the Match: Roldan (2 Goals)
Coming off a disappointing road loss to the Portland Timbers, the Sounders got back on track in emphatic fashion, led by the duo of Morris and Roldan and aided by some questionable defending from the Galaxy. Aside from the loss to Portland, Seattle have been rolling since the league's restart following the MLS is Back Tournament, and these three points put them back atop the Western Conference table, where they're tied with the Timbers on 24 points. Link

Eastern Conference Table

# Team GP Pts. GD
1 Columbus Crew 14 30 15
2 Philadelphia Union 14 28 13
3 Toronto FC 14 28 9
4 Orlando City 14 26 10
5 New England Revolution 14 21 3
6 New York City FC 14 20 4
7 New York Red Bulls 14 20 1
8 Montreal Impact 14 16 -7
9 Nashville SC 13 16 -3
10 Chicago Fire 14 15 -4
11 Atlanta United 14 14 -6
11 FC Cincinnati 14 13 -13
13 Inter Miami 14 11 -10
14 DC United 14 11 -9

Western Conference Table

# Team GP Pts. GD
1 Seattle Sounders 13 24 17
2 Portland Timbers 14 24 3
3 Sporting Kansas City 13 20 4
4 FC Dallas 13 20 6
5 Colorado Rapids 13 19 5
6 Minnesota United 14 19 3
7 Los Angeles FC 14 18 3
8 Real Salt Lake 14 18 -2
9 Houston Dynamo 14 16 -3
10 Vancouver Whitecaps 14 15 -14
11 LA Galaxy 13 15 -5
12 San Jose Earthquakes 14 14 -20

Golden Boot Leaders

Player Team Goals
Rossi 11
Zardes 9
Ruidiaz 8
Morris 7
Mueller 7
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2020.09.25 16:32 Jimmy_Comey Vancouver 86ers Results from 1987-1992

In my quest to find out the full historical records of Timbers vs Whitecaps I asked the Whitecaps organization (who replied before the Timbers, who have yet to get back to me) about their team records from 1987 to 1990 so that I could see if they have ever played Portland.
Currently the head to head all time is Vancouver 44, Portland 40, with 21 draws in a total of 105 meetings.
Vancouver gave me their records (which may not be complete) but are essential nonetheless. Here they are in all their glory :
Posted it here but they're going to be completely unformatted:
1987 (9W-8L-3D) Game # Home/Away Date Opponent Result Goalscorer(s) Venue Attendance 1 Home June 7, 1987 Edmonton 4-2 W Valentine (2), Evans, Mobilio Swangard Stadium 7,646 2 Home June 14, 1987 Winnipeg 2-1 W Mobilio, Lowery Swangard Stadium 7,830 3 Away June 18, 1987 Winnipeg 0-1 L 5,475 4 Away June 21, 1987 Calgary 1-2 L Meers 2,143 5 Away June 24, 1987 Edmonton 3-2 W Mobilio (2), Meers 4,783 6 Home June 28, 1987 Calgary 3-1 W Own goal, Muirhead (2) Swangard Stadium 6,139 7 Home July 12, 1987 Hamilton 3-0 W Easton (3) Swangard Stadium 7,140 8 Home July 19, 1987 Toronto 0-1 L Swangard Stadium 5,083 9 Home July 21, 1987 National Capital 3-1 W Meers (2), Evans Swangard Stadium 5,126 10 Home July 29, 1987 North York 2-0 W Meers, Mobilio Swangard Stadium 5,576 11 Home August 2, 1987 Edmonton 0-0 D Swangard Stadium 5,524 12 Away August 9, 1987 Toronto 1-1 D Easton 1,147 13 Away August 12, 1987 National Capital 1-2 L Evans 1,500 14 Away August 16, 1987 North York 0-0 D 1,200 15 Away August 19, 1987 Hamilton 2-3 L Mobilio, Sudeyko 2,000 16 Away August 23, 1987 Winnipeg 2-3 L Evans (2) 4,491 17 Away August 26, 1987 Calgary 1-2 L Easton 3,428 18 Away August 28, 1987 Edmonton 3-1 W Easton, Muirhead, Meers 1,622 19 Home September 2, 1987 Calgary 1-3 L Muirhead Swangard Stadium 4,983 20 Home September 6, 1987 Winnipeg 5-1 W Mobilio (3), Evans, Easton Swangard Stadium 4,887 P Home September 9, 1987 Edmonton 2-1 W Easton, Mobilio Swangard Stadium 3,942 P Away September 12, 1987 Calgary 3-4 L (OT) Easton, Mobilio (2) 1,683
1988 Game # Home/Away Date Opponent Result Goalscorer(s) Venue Attendance 1 Home June 1, 1988 Edmonton 2-0 W Catliff, Ion Swangard 5, 182 2 Away June 5, 1988 North York 1-3 L Ion 2,186 3 Away June 8, 1988 Montreal 4-2 W Catliff, Mobilo (2), Evans, Swangard 2,955 4 Home June 12, 1988 North York 1-1 D Lowery Swangard 4,586 5 Home June 15, 1988 Montreal 3-2 W Mobillo (3), Swangard 4, 031 6 Away June 17, 1988 Edmonton 3-1W Catliff, Mobilo (2), Evans, 3, 129 7 Away June 19, 1988 Calgary 3-1 W Catliff (2), Ion 3,172 8 Home June 22, 1988 Calgary 3-0 W Muirhead (3) Swangard 4,664 9 Home June 26, 1988 Ottawa 4-2 W Catliff (3), Evans Swangard 4,743 10 Away June 29, 1988 Winnipeg 0-0 D 3,190 11 Away July 1, 1988 Toronto 2-2 D Ion, Catliff 4,158 12 Away July 3, 1988 Hamilton 3-0 W Catliff, Lowery, Mobilio 2,350 13 Away July 6, 1988 Ottawa 1-0 W Catliff 2,100 14 Home July 10, 1988 Winnipeg 2-0 W Mobilio (2) Swangard 5,467 15 Away July 15, 1988 Winnipeg 2-0 W Ion, Sudeyko 2,903 16 Away July 17, 1988 Calgary 2-2 D Mobilio, Mitchell 4,124 17 Home July 20, 1988 Edmonton 7-1 W Catliff (3), Mitchell (2), Valentine, Mobilio Swangard 5,019 18 Home July 24, 1988 Winnipeg 3-1 W Catliff, evans, Mobilio Swangard 5,143 19 Home July 31, 1988 Calgary 6-2 W Mobilio (2), Evans (2), Catliff, Mitchell Swangard 5,069 20 Away August 9, 1988 Calgary 2-2 D Catliff, Mitchell 1,819 21 Away August 11, 1988 Winnipeg 4-1 W Mitchell, Catliff, McKinty Lenarduzzi, Valentine 5,650 22 Away August 14, 1988 Edmonton 3-0 W Mitchell, Catliff, McKinty 11,910 23 Home August 21, 1988 Hamilton 4-2 W Mitchell, Mobillio, Evans Swangard 7,486 24 Home August 28, 1988 Calgary 5-0 W Valentine, Mobillio (2), Evans Swangard 4,492 25 Home August 31, 1988 Winnipeg 4-1 W Catliff, Mobillio (2), MitchellSwangard 4,297 26 Home Septemeber 4, 1988 Edmonton 5-0 W Muirhead (3), Evans, Belfiore Swangard 4,139 27 Away September 7, 1988 Edmonton 2-1 W Evans, Catliff 1,800 28 Home September 11, 1988 Toronto 3-3 D Evans, Mitchell (2) Swangard 4, 561 P Home September 18, 1988 Winnipeg 3-1 W Mobilio (2), Mitchell Swangard 4,226 P Home September 25, 1988 Hamilton 4-1 W Valentine, Ion, Mitchell, Catliff Swangard 6,443
1989 Home/Away Date Opponent Result Goalscorer Venue Attendance 1 Away May 28, 1989 Ottawa 2-1 W Wilkinson, Easton 3,000 2 Away May 31, 1989 Toronto 1-1 D Murihead 1,777 3 Home June 4, 1989 Calgary 7-3 W Murihead, Easton, Evans, Saundh, Catliff, Titto, Sudeyko Swangard 5, 486 4 Away June 9, 1989 Winnipeg 3-1 W Catliff, Evans, Titotto 4,095 5 Away June 11, 1989 3-1 W Karpun, MacDonald, Titotto 1,811 6 Home June 13, 1989 Edmonton 3-2 W Catliff, Karpun, Titotto Swagard 3,564 7 Away June 18, 1989 Victoria 2-1 W Easton, Catliff 3,246 8 Home June 25, 1989 Calgary 5-0 W Mobilio (2), MacDonald, Catliff, Titotto Swangard 6,451 9 Home June 28, 1989 Victoria 5-0 W Catliff, Valentine, Mobilio, Muirhead 4,032 10 Home July 2, 1988 Montreal 0-0 D Swangard 4,514 11 Home July 7, 1988 Hamilton 1-1 D Catliff Swangard 3,964 12 Home July 12, 1988 Winnipeg 4-1 W Catliff, Lowery, Easton, Own Goal. 3, 111 13 Home July 16, 1989 North York 2-1 W Easton, Muirhead Swangard 4,258 14 Away July 21, 1988 Edmonton 1-0 W Catliff 2,260 15 Away July 23, 1988 Winnipeg 3-2 W Evans, Own Goal, Mitchell 3,500 16 Home July 30, 1989 Victoria 2-1 W Mitchell, Lowery Swangard 4,783 17 Home August 2, 1989 Winnipeg 2-1 W Valentine, Lowery Swangard 4,561 18 Away August 6, 1989 Calgary 3-1 W Valentine, Mitchell (2) 2,101 19 Away August 9, 1989 Edmonton 2-1 L Valentine 2,066 20 Away August 13, 1989 North York 0-0 D 3,000 21 Away August 16, 1988 Montreal 3-3 D Lowery, Mitchell, Mobilio 1, 797 F Away August 18, 1989 Nova Scotia 7-1 W Muirhead-3, Catliff-2, Lowery, Mitchell. 3,500 22 Away August 20, 1989 Hamilton 2-1 L Mitchell 4,104 23 Home August 23, 1989 Toronto 2-4 W Catliff, Easton, Mobilio, Titotto Swangard 5,904 F Home August 27, 1988 Seattle 2-0 W Mobilio , Easton Swangard 3,342 24 Away September 3, 1988 Victoria 1-1 D Mobilio 2,840 25 Home September 6, 1989 Edmonton 2-3 W Mobilio (3) Swangard 4,069 26 Home September 10, 1989 Ottawa 3-2 W Evans, Titotto, Mobilio 3,769 P Away September 20, 1989 Edmonton 5-3 W Easton (2), Catliff, Mitchell, Mobilio 1,539 P Home September 24, 1989 Edmonton 4-0 W Easton, Mitchell (2), Evans 5,772 P Home October 1, 1989 Hamilton 3-2 W Catliff, Valentine, Mobilio 7,942
1990 Game Home/Away Date Opponent Result Goalscorer(s) Venue Attendance F Home May 23, 1990 Bournemouth 2-2 D Muirhead, Lowery Swangard 1,479 1 Away May 27, 1990 Victoria 5-2 W Lowery, Titotto, Catliff, Saundh, Muirhead 2,100 2 Away May 30, 1990 Edmonton 2-1 W Catliff, Macey 1,450 3 Home June 4, 1990 Winnipeg 4-0W Catliff (2), Macey, Burns 3,692 4 Home June 6, 1990 Edmonton 5-1 W Evans (2), Lowery (2), Burns Swangard 3,137 5 Away June 10, 1990 Winnipeg 1-1 D Titotto 6 Home June 13, 1989 Victoria 2-2 D Catliff (2) Swangard 3,507 7 Home June 20, 1990 Hamilton 3-1W Mobilio (3) Swangard 4,522 8 Home June 24, 1990 North Yourk 3-1 W Lowery, Catliff, Evans Swangard 3,916 9 Home June 27, 1990 Ottawa 3-0 W Catliff (2) Evans Swangard 4,208 10 Home July 1, 1990 Montreal 1-0 L Swangard 4,072 11 Away July 4, 1990 Edmonton 5-1 W Mobilio (2) MacDonald, Lowery, Evans 3,211 12 Away July 8, 1990 Montreal 0-0 D 3,100 13 Away July 11, 1990 Hamilton 4-2 W Lowry, Catliff (3) 14 Away July 15, 1990 Kitchener 4-0W Catliff, Mobilio (2), Valentine 2,741 15 Away July 18, 1990 Ottawa 2-0W Catliff, Lowery 1,350 16 Home July 22, 1990 Kitchener 5-0W Mobilio (3) Catliff (2) Swangard 4,902 17 Home July 25, 1990 Toronto 2-0 W Evans, Mobilio Swangard 5,823 18 Home August 1, 1990 London 2-0 W Burns, Evans Swangard 3,189 F Home August 5, 1990 Seattle 5-3W Titotto, Muirhead (2), Mitchell (2) Swangard 3,046 F Away August 9, 1990 Seattle 2-3 L Mobilio (2) 2,200 19 Home August 12, 1990 Winnipeg 5-1 W Mitchell (2), Catliff (2), Mobilio Swangard 4, 510 20 Home August 15, 1990 Edmonton 2- W McKinty (2) Swangard 3,820 21 Away August 19, 1990 London 1-1 D Saundh 500 22 Away August 22, 1990 North Yourk 5-2 W Saundh, Mitchell, Catliff, Mobilio, Muirhead 1,650 23 Away August 26, 1990 Toronto 0-3 L 3,967 24 Away August 29, 1990 Winnipeg 2-2 D Mitchell (2) 2,598 25 Away September 1, 1990 Victoria 2-2 D Mitchell, Evans 5,532 26 Home September 9, 1990 Victoria 0-2 L 5,532 P1 Away September 12, 1990 North Yourk 2-0 W Mitchell, Catliff 1, 650 P2 Home September 16, 1990 North Yourk 2-1 W Catliff, Evans Swangard 3,340 P3 Away September 22, 1990 Victoria 2-2 D Mobilio, Evans 3,775 Pepsi Cup Home September 26, 1990 Maryland Bays 3-2 W Mobilio, Mitchell Swangard 2,643 P4 Home September 30, 1990 Victoria 6-1 W Mobilio (2), Evans, Mitchell, McKinty, Saundh Swangard 5,883 Mita Cup Home October 8, 1990 Hamilton 6-1 W Catliff (3), Mobilio, Evans, Mitchell Swangard 6,348
1991 Game # Home/Away Date Opponent Result Goalscorer(s) Venue Attendance 1 Away May 26, 1991 Nova Scotia 0-0 D 1,891 2 Away May 28, 1991 Montreal 2-1 W Karpun, Mobilio 2,037 3 Away May 30, 1991 Winnipeg 2-0 W Catliff, Titotto 1,465 4 Home June 5, 1991 Toronto 2-2 D Mobilio, Young 4,832 5 Home June 9, 1991 Hamilton 3-2 W MacDonald, Catliff (2) 5,024 6 Home June 12, 1991 Kitchener 3-1 W Odinga, Evans, Muirhead 3,420 F Home June 15, 1991 Benfica 2-1 L Evans B.C. Place 13,685 7 Away June 19, 1991 Hamilton 5-1 W Muirhead (3), Saundh, Karpun 3,241 8 Away June 21, 1991 Kitchener 4-1 W Karpun, Mobilio (2), Muirhead 987 9 Away June 23, 1991 North York 2-2 D Karpun, Evans 2,762 10 Home June 26, 1991 Nova Scotia 3-1 W Evans, Odinga, OG (NY-Sedgwick) 4,525 11 Away June 30,1991 Toronto 3-0 L 2,258 12 Away July 2, 1991 Kitchener 3-1 W Odinga, McKinity, Mobilio 875 13 Away July 4, 1991 Winnipeg 3-2 W Mobilio (3) 1,929 14 Home July 10, 1991 North York 2-0 L 4,423 15 Home July 14, 1991 Montreal 1-1 D Valentine 4,494 16 Home July 17, 1991 Kitchener 6-0 W Catliff, Odinga, Mobilio (3) 4,215 17 Home July 21, 1991 Winnipeg 3-1 W McKinty, Odinga, Titotto 4,715 18 Home July 16, 1991 Nova Scotia 4-0 W Saundh, Catliff, Mobilio (2) 5,117 19 Home August 4, 1991 Montreal 3-2 W Mobilio, Young, Titotto 4,676 20 Home August 7, 1991 Toronto 3-1 W Mobilio, Odinga, Lowrey 4,044 21 Home August 9,1991 Winnipeg 4-1 W Mobilio (4) 4,451 22 Away August 14, 1991 Nova Scotia 4-0 W Catliff, Valentine, Mobilio (2) 1,489 23 Away August 16, 1991 Montreal 2-1 W Evans, Totitto 5,487 24 Away August 18,1991 Hamilton 2-1 L Mobilio 3,100 25 Away August 21, 1991 North York 3-1 W Macey, Mobilio, Evans 2,452 26 Away August 25, 1991 Toronto 2-1 W Mobilio, Karpun 2,587 27 Home September 1, 1991 Hamilton 1-0 W Mobilio 5,529 28 Home September 4, 1991 North York 1-0 L 4,642 P Away September 22, 1991 Hamilton 1-1 D OG (HAM-Nocita) 4,113 P Home September 29, 1991 Hamilton 2-1 W Catliff (2) 4,431 1991 MINA Cup Final Home October 6, 1991 Toronto 5-3 W McKinty, Norman (2), Catliff, Mobilio
1992 Game # Home/Away Date Opponent Result Goalscorer(s) Venue Attendance F Home May 16, 1992 Dundee United 1-1 D Mobilio 1,792 F Home May 18, 1992 Van Island Selects 3-0 W Titotto, Muirhead, Carlos Batista 2,147 F Home May 20, 1992 Chelsea 2-2 D Carlos Batista, Muirhead 2,283 1 Home May 24, 1992 Winnipeg 5-0 W Kevin Holness, Catliff (2), Mobilio, Easton 4,173 2 Home June 3, 1992 Montreal 0-0 D 3,641 F Home June 6, 1992 AC Milan 2-0 L B.C. Place 10,228 3 Home June 17, 1992 Toronto 3-2 W McKinty, MacDonald, Macey 4,452 4 Home June 28, 1992 North York 3-1 W Norman, Catliff, Muirhead 3,902 5 Home July 1, 1992 London 5-2 W Mobilio, Catliff (2), Mobilio, Valentine 4,207 F Home July 4, 1992 Hong Kong 2-1 L Macey 5,468 6 Home July 10, 1992 Winnipeg 6-0 W MacDonald, Catliff, Muirhead (2), Mitchell, Batista 4,438 7 Away July 15, 1992 North York 2-1 L Muirhead 1,550 8 Away July 17, 1992 Toronto 3-2 L Easton (2) 1,123 9 Away July 19, 1992 Montreal 1-1 D Easton 3,846 10 Home July 24, 1992 London 4-1 W Mitchell (2), Muirhead (2) 5,197 Pro Cup #1 Away August 3, 1992 Colorado Foxes 3-2 L Easton, Mitchell 368 11 Away August 5, 1992 London 1-1 D Macey 400 12 Away August 7, 1992 Toronto 5-1 L Mitchell 2,716 13 Away August 9, 1992 Winnipeg 1-0 W Karpun 2,300 Pro Cup #2 Home August 11, 1992 Colorado Foxes 2-1 L Mobilio 3,083 14 Away August 23, 1992 North York 2-0 W Mobilio, MacDonald 1,588 15 Away August 26, 1992 London 1-0 W Batisita 625 16 Away August 28, 1992 Montreal 2-0 L 2,940 17 Away August 30, 1992 Winnipeg 3-1 L MacDonald 2,406 18 Home September 6, 1992 North York 3-0 L 4,163 19 Home September 9, 1992 Toronto 3-1 W Celebrini, Mitchell, Evans 4,683 20 Home September 13, 1992 Montreal 2-1 W Mitchell, Celebrini 4,583 P Away September 16, 1992 Montreal 1-1 D Titotto 1,009 P Home September 20, 1992 Montreal 1-0 W Easton 3,728 MITA Cup Final 1 Away September 27, 1992 Winnipeg 2-0 L 1,513 MITA Cup Final 2 Home October 4, 1992 Winnipeg 1-1 D Mitchell 6,087
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2020.07.24 14:42 Pbrisebois [Pre-Game Thread] MLS Is Back Round Of 16: Toronto FC vs. New York City FC (26 July)

Toronto FC vs. New York City FC

Date: Sunday 26 July
Time: 8:30pm EDT
Location: Disney's Wide World of Sports, Reunion, Florida, USA
TV: TSN1/4, TVA Sports, FS1
Referee: Alec Chilowicz
Toronto FC Recent Form: DWDWD
New York City FC Recent Form: WLLLL
Previous 5 Meetings: TFC 3W-1D-1W NYC
Suspensions: None
Toronto FC Injury Report: Ifunanyachi Achara (ACL)
New England Revolution Injury Report: Gedion Zelalem (Knee)
MLS is Back Knock-Out Stage
Round of 16 Quarter-Finals Semi-Finals Final Semi-Finals Quarter-Finals Round of 16
Philadelphia Orlando
New England Montreal
Sporting KC Seattle
Vancouver LAFC
Toronto San Jose
NYCFC Real Salt Lake
Portland Columbus
Cincinnati Minnesota
  • TFC beat NYCFC in their first regular season match this year. That took place in early March, with Ifunanyachi Achara picking up his first career goal in the 1-0 win. That would be the last TFC game played before the league was suspended due to COVID-19. Link
  • Johnathan Osorio was seen in training this week. We've yet to see him named to a matchday squad, but perhaps he will be available for Sunday. Link
  • Ayo Akinola (5g) is 2nd place in the Golden Boot standings (Diego Rossi has 6g), and Alejandro Pozuelo (5a) leads the league in assists. Link
  • NYCFC star Maxi Moralez is recovering from injury. His entrance in the game on Monday vs. Miami was a surprise to most as he was expected to miss more time. If he will be ready for Sunday is yet to be seen. Link
  • There is no Extra Time in this tournament. If scores are level after 90 minutes, it proceeds directly to Penalty Kicks. Link
  • The winner of this match, advances to play the winner of the Portland-Cincinnati match taking place on Tuesday. The Quarterfinal is scheduled for Saturday 1 August at 10:30pm. Link
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2020.07.18 11:23 Pe-CuliusJeaser Former third party member for a decade voting for POTUS Donald J. Trump

Hey Trump fans, I wanted to share my views as a US citizen that was a former third party member of the current US political climate and global events witnessed. If you liked the message please share it! Thanks for having me!
(You can skip to the most important sections in bold if you need to read through it quickly.)
My time following politics began some time ago around 2000 in my early teenage years. I was seeing the presidential candidates Bush vs Al Gore and I was hearing him talk about global warming and at the time I could see that there was a real environmental concern in the world. He did not win and we saw that Bush won instead then the 9/11 attacks hit our country and years of war started from there.
Next up we had the 2004 term of Bush’s re-election, he won of course. Around 2006 is when I started to research the alternative media coverage and ran into libertarian ideals and the presidential candidate Ron Paul, along with that we had the whole wikileaks and Chelsea Manning whistleblowers fiasco showing us the dangers of the patriot act brought by Bush, the falsified wars for oil and the sweeping dragnet of communications surveillance on American citizens that ensued. Ron Paul had me with his opposition to war declarations being unconstitutional without congress approval with the example of multiple invasions in the Middle East. He was the first presidential candidate I donated money to. He also proposed isolationism or something closer to anti-globalization which made sense to me in terms of helping to curb global trade which caused unnecessary excess emissions in our atmosphere, for the aristocratic tastes of a nation to ship a Fuji apple from Japan to the USA because some rich person really wanted to eat it. Ron Paul ran in 2008 and I was seeing a big support for him online, through alternative media, but in reality it was a different story. The establishment candidates pushed him out of his miniscule spotlight that the Mainstream Media offered him. During Bush’s presidency the libertarians, whose main voice was Ron Paul, were causing a lot of attention online causing the start of the Tea Party. This is where alternative media like Alex Jones (Infowars) and Abovetopsecret (dot) com started to cover things that the mainstream media would not. Ron Paul also wanted to end the federal reserve and that also caused a large online international movement to end central banks and in the usa it was called end the fed, which would bring us back to the gold standard and remove the inflated price of the dollar, I think this would have not worked in our large economy so it was not a popular aspect with me. I still voted for Ron Paul in a swing state instead of voting for McCain or Obama.
2008- McCain and Obama faced off. Obama had won, I heard a lot about the birther movement stuff that Trump had pushed out in the online community. I did not buy it as I saw it was a weak blow, instead I saw that this man (Obama) was willing to sell out the American taxpayers by effectively throwng all the stolen money at the big banks which should not have been bailed out. I joined in the Occupy movement at this time. I saw the way Obama was treating those who were protesting, when he was visiting NYC he made sure to put protestors in “protest zones” making sure they do not get caught in the media coverage, he did not care about his voting base. The occupy movement was crushed as I saw on livestreaming the finance treasurer called for a general meeting of the occupy Wall Street movement asked for a fake vote which somehow made sure the finances raised for the movement go towards Egyptian revolutionaries which were trying to overthrow the Mubarak government and instead put in the Muslim Brotherhood Morsi in office who was far worse, (this was precluding the Arab spring events in Northern Africa and ME countries). He created a new constitution with Sharia law into effect. During the occupy movement, the alternative right wing online media started to say that the movement was being funded by George Soros (wait for that name to come up again later). During these years some other groups started to be created, such as, sovereign citizens, and oath keepers. The views of these groups were too much for the average person and it did not help in gaining much support for the right wing side of politics.
2012- Obama was going for his second term and I saw that he made no plans on fixing the environment as he pushed through the keystone pipeline construction and was not really focusing on green energy. Sarah Palin had co-opted the Tea Party into the Republican party which was a terrible thing as the Tea Party just turned into some offshoot of Alex Jones followers mixed with racist elements, which totally destroyed the initial message of bringing constitutionalism back as much as possible. I saw the whole FEMA camps thing as total hogwash, Alex Jones would have done better convincing the right wing about the real dangers developing in East Asia, but it was just about clickbait and profits for him. Snowden also appeared to show us the massive surveillance being used again by the Obama administration through the NSA. For voting in this election I instead saw that the better candidate was Jill Stein of the green party as I wanted her environmental stance to take priority in policy making. She also wanted to pull us out of the Afghanistan and Iraq wars which Mitt Romney and Obama both wanted to continue. Obama had won and then all the videos showing police violence against blacks started to come online after the Trayvon Martin shooting and I was affected and took sympathy towards this. Along with that we had the BP oil rig disaster which Obama did as little as possible to BP, mostly a slap on the wrist, even though it destroyed so much of the Gulf of Mexico’s wildlife. I started to look at his whole presidency with cynicism and dismay. He had Hilary conduct proxy wars in Libya and carried out more bombings of countries than Bush did. The Obamacare act actually helped me as a private citizen get overpriced medical care coverage when I had a few serious physical ailments. I can say that was the only silver lining I saw in his presidency. The Black lives matter movement had spawned during these four years as more videos of police brutality came online, I was not really interested in the Black Lives Matter movement only trying to see the police brutality ending or reduced.
Bernie Sanders
Black Lives Matter makes a comeback, Bernie Sanders appeared to me around December of 2014 on Reddit, he made a huge wave with the online community and he had what seemed to be a flawless record in terms of standing up for social issues, against the Iraq and Afghanistan war, opposed the tough on crime act but voted for the crime bill in 1994 (Written by Joe Biden, signed by Bill Clinton) as it also included violence against women act (cracked down on domestic violence & rape) which he supported. He was the first Presidential candidate I reached the donation limit with. In the races he practically tied in Iowa and it seemed that then it was too much for Clinton she was already planning her attack dogs as she saw the threat he posed. She mainly used Debbie Wasserman Schultz (DWS) for her control of primary votes, we saw through online media (like The Young Turks) that in most of the primary voting locations in Nevada, counts were not being done properly in favour of Clinton. Bernie was having a huge surge in donations throughout most of the campaign as many people were giving the federal donation limit, while at the same time Clinton was doing non-stop events at millionaire charity fundraisers for them to sponsor checks for her campaign (as Citizens United has passed into law previously). After Nevada we saw a down surge in Bernie’s chances, for the cherry on top moment Bill Clinton would (illegally walk into voting precincts as a political statement essentially breaking voting laws, but he would get a pass as the former president with little fuss from a majority of Democrats). Not only did I donate the maximum amount possible to Bernie’s campaign but I also joined as an activist and campaign volunteer locally, it was infuriating to see how Hilary, the media, and the DNC piled against him to ensure he loses, in August 2015 we saw Black Lives Matter protestors take the microphone away from Bernie (which they never did to Hilary who supported the crime the 94’ crime bill and called African-american kids superpredators, with “no conscience, no empathy”) and hijack his campaign event which made them lose all credibility as an grassroots organization, and showed they were being directed by outside interests. I remember how many times Hilary would flip-flop on the debates vs Bernie. At first she was for fracking, then his policies against fracking won and she changed her stance, the same regarding medicare for all through a single payer system, she flipped once again and started to say that we can move towards that. Then after one of the primaries around March or April 2016 we were seeing Bernie’s momentum increasing still and then all of a sudden we saw Bernie’s stance in his candidacy waning on by his own doing. At one debate or speech we could see that Bernie was looking very pale white and it was around this time that we suspected death threats were made to his family members by the Clinton family (there were rumors she had a body count), I don’t really know whether that was true but I do know there was a sudden change in his demeanor and how much of a motivational speaker he was despite having a close tie in the states. He went downhill after that and he had a huge following behind him, he didn’t split the Dem party even though he could have easily done it at the time and made a huge boost as an independent party nominee (as he was an independent before joining Democrats) and he endorsed Clinton as the Democratic primary nominee. I stopped following the primaries after that from disgust. He brought up a lof of policy issues that I still wanted to see go through, such as, ending Citizens united, a living wage (this would have destroyed Wal-mart earlier on and stopped so much Chinese imports), and overturning the Glass-Steagle act which destroyed the housing market. Bill Clinton did a lot of horrible things, Brought China into the WTO, enacted the Glass-Steagle act, also the 1994 Crime Bill he signed into law (Written by Joe Biden) which put so many African-American’s into the prison system. I was not willing to support his wife who defended all these decisions as well while she was FLOTUS. Bill Clinton signing NAFTA as well ushered China into US markets and crippling businesses across the united states and causing the Chinese economy to surge much higher at a very rapid pace, it was essentially a looting. China was not following 100 years of progress made in the United States in terms of child labor laws, environmental law, and health and safety workspace conditions laws which allowed them to produce goods in a much larger way along with the Chinese currency being manipulated as well, this put American businesses 2ndin terms of priority for those decades.
Hilary vs Trump
I had lost motivation in the races after Bernie was defeated and we were coming to two people I believed were corrupt. Once it came to voting for the next president I wrote in Bernie Sanders name (in a swing state) as a protest vote, even though I wanted Clinton to lose no matter what for her and the DNC parties reputation. Before trump Fox was a giant that was not able to taken down and the entire left-wing media was controlled by Soros and other globalists. We were stuck with bad politicians and filtered/controlled media coverage, it was a desperate time in America and people were looking for something to bring us out of the nonsense. Trump had won.
I had gone through these years seeing President Trump in office and did not despise him nor did I like him. I noticed how much the left wing media could not drop the whole supposed Russia collaboration with the election while the media completely stayed quiet before he was elected regarding Hilary’s missing emails. I left from the USA to India at the end of 2017 and did not look back as I was focused on Volunteer activities for a non-profit organization.
While in India from the end of 2017 I did not focus on anything related to politics and was enjoying my life as a volunteer, and still I am. Towards the beginning of the year Covid-19 makes an appearance in the world originating from China, now we saw a change in the way China is viewed in the world, the floodgates were opening following this timeline of events:
14-01-2020 WHO investigations on Covid-19 suggest no sign of human-to-human transmission
01-04-2020 Bloomberg puts an article that China concealed the extent of the virus
29-03-2020 China enforces an extradition bill in Hong Kong (a tool to crush freedom and democracy of the Hong Kong people)
10-04-2020 Japan plans move to pay manufacturers to leave China
15-04-2020 Ambassador Sam Brownback mentions Uyghir mistreatment on twitter
18-04-2020 Trump drafts a WHO resolution to investigate the origin and WHO response to Covid-19 (India supported this resolution, Australia was the first to ask for the investigation in April)
20-04-2020 Nepal draws a new map showing parts of India as within its border to promote conflict (with the backing of Chinese government.)
21-04-2020 border tensions between China and India begin
23-05-2020 China focuses more troops along the China-India border
26-05-2020 protests start in Minneapolis after George Floyd death
04-06-2020 on the anniversary of Tiananmen square I read the cable which mentions that students gathered in protest of the Chinese government at the time(1989) were bulldozed and turned into "PIE" then hosed down drains the government then is the same government still in power today.
06-06-2020 Mike Pompeo sends a press statement regarding China's exploitation of George Floyd protest to justify abuse of human rights domestically and in Hong Kong
07-06-2020 Minneapolis police force disbanded
08-06-2020 Seattle capitol hill goes into riots and turns into CHAZ/CHOP no police zone until July, one member of Seattle city council Kshama Sawant (Communist [not really a socialist] from India) praises the effort as a protest against oppression.
12-06-2020 read an article describing how ActBlue is a front money funnelling operation for the DNC and BLM, they do not allow Republican's to use the ActBlue donation platform.
13-06-2020 video of an Ex-KGB member, from 36 years ago, describes how a nation can be subverted over time to become anti-democry and anti-nationalist , full documentary can be searched for also.
14-06-2020 (Important) Watched a very important Youtube video clearly showing that the US and India riots are identical and being brought on by Soros and CIA Ford foundation "Answer These Questions [PowerPacked Challenge] Link[Delhi/US]Riots - Part 2" (String) Youtube video channel
14-06-2020 read Forbes opinion article clearly disclosing the ties between media and billionares who influence it "Billionares battle over media influence Koch bros murdoch vs soros buffett ge"
14-06-2020 Read an article how Apple allowed encryption keys to China under pressure from the CCP as they were threatening closing off local supply chains, they never gave the encryption keys to us government.
16-06-2020 First Ladakh border casualties between India-China in 45 years, this shows a new level of desperation, one Commanding officer and a few others were killed by the Chinese army.
17-06-2020 Wached the documentary Death By China: How America lost it's manufacturing base
19-06-2020 State-sponsored Chinese cyber hackers starts nationwide hacking of Australia
20-06-2020 Trump retweets news source that Soros-Affiliated Anti-deportation group part of defund police movement
22-06-2020 Watched PBS undercover documentary China's Vanishing Muslims
23-06-2020 - India makes plans to reduce its trade deficit with China by $8.4 billion or 17.3% of its deficit with that country over fiscal 2022
27-06-2020 - Watched FRONTLINE Trump's Trade War
29-06-2020 - Watched FRONTLINE China Undercover Documentary
29-06-2020 - China forces birth control on Uighurs to suppress population by The Associated PressJune 29, 2020 GMT
1-07-2020 - China enforces their Extradition policy on Hong Kong which would cause any protesting citizens to be able to try in a kangaroo court in mainland China.
01-07-2020 - read an article describing the CCP to restore their position as the world’s supreme power by the year 2049, which is the centennial of the founding of the People’s Republic of China
02-07-2020 -Unlicensed Assault weapons coming from China caught by U.S. customs dept.
03-07-2020 - Antifa members start to try to destroy the Portland federal office
06-07-2020 Black Panther militia march in Georgia, almost all of them appear to have the same assault weapons, it is entirely possible the weapons are being supplied by outside forces (China).
07-07-2020 FBI director Christopher Wray mentions of the nearly 5,000 active FBI counterintelligence cases currently underway across the country, about half are all related to China FBI opened a new Chinese counterintelligence investigation “about every 10 hours.”
07-07-2020 Ilhan Omar (Democratic party representative of Minneapolis) calls for dismantilng of the U.S. economy and political systems, what would replace capitalism? Marxist Communism of course.
10-07-2020 California expected to release a total of 18,000 prisoners (including rapists and murders) back into the state due to Corona a decision made by Democratic governor Gary Newsom.
While living in India for over two years I had no idea how China was a neighbor, slowly they were creeping into democratic nations to subdue them with cultural subversion, they use Pakistan as a puppet government, they are pushing Nepal (a long time ally of India) into conflict by having them draw a new border map. The Chinese government works to ensure the world focuses on George Floyd protests while they quickly retake Hong Kong under communist rule. While Trump drafts the WHO bill to investigate the source of the virus in China with other countries backing it, attempts to subdue countries backing the resolution starts to happen.
It is clear that based on these things we can see how China manipulated the world for many years, while I was in the USA we never imagined what they were capable of. Now living outside the USA I have an outside perspective of the situation with China as a neighbor to India. China had established itself as an innocent giant supermarket and that is how they appeared to be for most Americans that would shop for Chinese products for decades not knowing they were really feeding an authoritarian regime.
With the Trump presidency, this point has been highlighted and many countries have felt the wrath of China from speaking out against their actions. They have influenced many nations through economic warfare (if countries speak out the CCP tells Chinese citizens to boycott opposing countries products) and have been committing planned cultural subversion to take away democracy and freedom of other nations by funding/supporting these anti-national groups around the world with the help of billionaires like Soros. Even our corporations are afraid to speak out against China for fear of suddenly losing their supply chains, the pressure than can only come from a government and people which the Trump administration has been doing for some time.
I originally had believed that climate change needed to be the top thing to be tackled and that nothing else should take priority, but it appears that we have an emergency on our hands as Communism/Marxism seems to be altering world affairs. We need to support Nationalism in countries that practice Democracy (Like the USA and India) at all costs. These riots and protests are being controlled and coerced by outside forces as I witnessed with the whole Occupy Wall Street movement, in the Occupy movement we saw a fair share of black-bloc terrorists hijacking the movement and painting a bad media image.
With the case of Black Lives Matter, they were originally started to radically change the democratic party in a Marxist fashion by announcing defunding the police and giving illegal immigrants the right to vote. BLM has been found to be donating to the democratic party and receiving money from outside countries (kind of similar to how Russia was influencing US elections in 2016 but worse). Along with that they are affiliated with George Soros' Open Society Foundation (on their webpage under the partners section).
The financial head of BLM is Susan Rosenberg who is a communist that blew up sections of the U.S. capitol building (she was pardoned by Bill Clinton). She is the finance chair head of Thousand Currents which is receiving funds from Give Lively, Give lively is owned by Jonathan Soros (son of George Soros), contributions are coming into thousand currents from Soros and from Thousand currents to BLM.
It is clear the democratic party is trying everything possible to make Trump and the police look bad. Obviously, BLM will not be endorsing Trump, they will endorse Biden and they have a lot of financial power as well. They and the democratic party want to destroy the cities, destroy democracy, destroy capitalism (which goes against communism) all to make sure that Trump does not win again, they are acting on behalf of Communism (China) and billionaires that profit off of this (Soros),
This question needs to be seriously thought about: Would it have made sense for us to give Soviet Russia in the 1980's all our technology blueprints, Intellectual property, manufacturing base, and owing debt to them? Absolutely not. This is why we need to decouple from China immediately. Communism plans to take over the country and they are running out of time as the world has opened their eyes to seeing China as a threat after the Coronavirus appeared. My final thoughts are we need to vote for Trump more than ever.
*Edit to fix the publish date of the ex-KGB video. *Edit fixed FBI Director's name from Michael to Christhoper Wray.
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I'm gonna take the surgeon's side on this one
posted by beerbellybegone on /MurderedByWords
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Renovating the house, decided to put this in the wall before its boarded up so I can give the next person who renovates the house a heart attack
posted by BugsyShort on /funny
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what about nurses who wear them 8 to 10 hours a day
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Bees vs. wasps
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Great Prank
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You should put a \"1984 Hide and Seek Champion\" t-shirt on it
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I love the joke, however i am genuinely curious...why block that in, why not make a shelf there or something useful from the space...can never have enough storage.
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If you struggle to breathe with a mask, you’ve got some serious health issues.
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You son of a bitch, I'm in
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I wore one for 13 hours today. Not one break except to pee twice. And I wore a bra the whole time too. My lungs survived and so did my titties.
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Rock Collection (Canada Day edition)
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I harvested the cookie dough from my ice cream and baked it. This is the result.
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I think I'm about done.
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My YouTube video got 900k views! On the Ladbibles page... where they didn’t credit me. I actually lost a subscriber today.
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You are my sunshine. My only sunshine. (Sound on)
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Examples of recent BLM violence: `Man stomped and stoned for trying to defend a bar from being looted` `Destroying store and beating unarmed woman and her husband` `Beating and stomping guy on the ground Santa Monica` `Restaurant manager beaten and stomped for trying to defend his workplace` `Stopping, beating and stomping a truck driver while protesters yell to kill him` `Protesters attack a media member and then pummel him` `Chasing guy and kicking him in the face for defending flag in Portland` `Police officer beaten on the streets` `Car runs over a cop` `Protesters set homeless man’s belongings on fire` `Throwing fireworks at the cops` `Looting a FedEx truck then looter gets dragged when truck tries to escape` `Chasing and beating guy with red had` `Rioter sets himself on fire while trying to set a building on fire` `Fireworks thrown into CNN hq / Police officers` `Protester runs over the cops with an SUV` `Destroying/looting/setting on fire Old Navy` `Guardhouse in front of WH set on fire` `Dozens of cars destroyed/torched near CNN hq – Atlanta` `St Louis neighborhood on fire` `Building on fire while self-proclaimed Mexicans say fuck white people` `Destroying police SUV` `Near a torched car audio speakers propaganda that all crime is legal` `Destroying/looting bank in Montreal` `Pharmacy destroyed/looted in Dallas` `The remains of whole neighborhood destroyed` `Destroying stores – Dallas` `Destroying police SUV – Austin` `Police SUV torched LA` `Looting target/beating disabled person in Minneapolis` `Future apartment building destroyed with fire in Minneapolis` `Looting pharmacy – Minneapolis` `Destroying business in Minneapolis` `More businesses on fire in Minneapolis` `Ransacked Target Minneapolis` `Building burning in neighborhood Minneapolis` `Boy drove car into a store` `Post office looted/destroyed` `Minneapolis third police precinct set on fire` `More buildings on fire Minneapolis` `Autoparts Store getting destroyed/looted` `Autozone on fire` `Looting in Minneapolis` `Adults loot with their children` `Cars torched – Minneapolis` `Looting an ATM in Minneapolis` `Remains of destroyed/looted Cub Foods` `Business and stores on fire in Minneapolis` `Brenda Lenton’s home and belongings destroyed by a fire – Minneapolis` `Aftermath of whole neighborhood being set on fire in Minneapolis` `Nashville city hall set on fire while rioters cheer` `Fox reporters chased out with projectiles thrown at them near White House` `Attacking drivers Tulsa, Okla` `Setting St. John’s Church on fire` `Destroying/looting stores Montreal` `Destroying/looting store in Downtown Oakland` `Bar destroyed/Trying to loot a safe` `Stolen Bulldozer in Oakland` `Two police SUVs torched in Seattle` `Multiple cars torched in Philadelphia` `Ohio Statehouse being destroyed` `Trying to breach Justice Centecentral police precinct Portland` `Destroying/Looting Justice Center Portland` `Looting small business in Portland` `Destroying/looting small business Portland` `Looting Louis Vuitton store` `Driving stolen cars into stores – Portland` `Destroying Chase Bank – Portland` `Setting Chase Bank on fire – Portland` `Destroying/Looting Apple Store – Portland` `Looting in St. Paul` `Looting Shoe Store` `Looting apple store` `Looting North Face store – NYC` `Nike Store being looted – NYC` `Looting in Union Square – NYC` `Looting T-mobile store` `Shop owner saves store from looters with a firearm` `Business owner defends his store from looters with a firearm`
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Breath of the Wild ` The game is so beautiful but I kinda wish I could wipe my memory of it and discover it anew again, I zip through it way too fast now :(`
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I assumed it was a salt with a deadly weapon.
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I sexually Identify as the \"I sexually identify as an attack helicopter\" joke. Ever since I was a child, I've dreamed of flippantly dismissing any concepts or discussions regarding gender that don't fit in with what I learned in 8th grade bio. People say to me that this joke hasn't been funny since 2014 and please at least come up with a new one, but I don't care, I'm hilarious. I'm having a plastic surgeon install Ctrl, C, and V keys on my body. From now on I want you guys to call me \"epic kek dank meme tr***ies owned with facts and logic\" and respect my right to shit up social media. If you can't accept me you're a memeophobe and need to check your ability-to-critically-think privilege. Thank you for being so understanding.
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[your granddad sure does post a lot about this for a dead guy](
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2020.03.25 22:18 encephlavator Coronavirus MegaThread 2

MegaThread 2 for COVID-19 (coronavirus) for Boise

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2020.02.16 21:38 kilsey MLSuds 2019: More cheers, more beers

2020 MLS Season openers begin soon, so I wanted to post my 2019 Beer in Review before things really get started. Main improvement this year was to create an actual Instagram account for this tomfoolery. My conversion rate wasn't as good as last year, but I'mma blame the craft beer section behind the away supporters being closed for a few matches, our absurd number of Wednesday night games (yes, stadium situation still sucks), and a ID10T error vs. the Red Bulls.


In 2016 I decided to do something to promote a little more camaraderie and less acrimony between supporters of different clubs. At each home game that I attended, I attempted to find an away supporter near the craft beer stand behind their section and would buy one of them a beer. It went pretty well, so I decided to continue it in 2017, 2018, and again this past season in 2019.

2019 #MLSuds Beerings

Final stats: 14 beerings out of 17 matches attended (18 home matches possible)
Date Home Away Beered?
3/10 D NYCFC 0 0 DC United Beered!
3/17 D NYCFC 2 2 LAFC Beered!
4/6 D NYCFC 0 0 Montreal Impact Beered!
4/24 W NYCFC 1 0 Chicago Fire Failed :(
4/27 D NYCFC 1 1 Orlando City Did not attend :(
6/6 W NYCFC 5 2 FC Cincinnati Beered!
6/29 W NYCFC 4 2 Philadelphia Union Craft beer stand closed :(
7/3 W NYCFC 3 0 Seattle Sounders Beered
7/7 L NYCFC 0 1 Portland Timbers Beered!
7/26 W NYCFC 3 1 Sporting KC Beered!
8/3 W NYCFC 3 2 Houston Dynamo Beered!
8/21 W NYCFC 1 0 Columbus Crew Beered!
8/24 W NYCFC 2 1 Red Bulls Forgot my ID :(
9/7 W NYCFC 2 1 NE Revolution Beered!
9/11 D NYCFC 1 1 Toronto FC Beered!
9/14 W NYCFC 2 1 SJ Earthquakes Beered!
9/25 W NYCFC 4 1 Atlanta United Beered!
10/23 L NYCFC 1 2 Toronto FC Beered!

Beerings of other people!

If you mention MLSuds and buy an away supporter a beer, you get a shout-out!
Date Home Away Beered?
08/27 W Atlanta United 2 1 Minnesota United Ericdrinksthebeer beers an MU fan at the USOC Final

In Closing

I'll be out there at as many matches as I can to beer away supporters, though I may need some help as our family grew by one in the offseason and I may not make it to every home match. If you're an away supporter at Yankee Stadium for an NYCFC match, ping me directly or in the match thread comments - would love to hang out and have a beer with ya!
Cheers! 🍻
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2020.02.04 03:54 TrveKitsvne Sakura Gakuin Review, volume 58-A Sakura Gakuin, @onefive, BABYMETAL

Vol. 57-A Vol. 57-B
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2020.01.31 23:29 displacedindavis The most lopsided postseason "rivalries" in the NBA (fair warning: lots of Lakers and Celtics)

The NBA has seen a lot of significant matchups throughout history. This is part of a series I've been doing that encompasses the MLB, NFL, and NHL as well. However, this will probably be the longest as the NBA has seen plenty of lopsided postseason rivalries in history. This is thanks in large part to the lack of parity in several decades, mostly the Lakers and Celtics.
I realized too late that I included division tiebreaker matchups as playoff series. This may have affected a few, but it does give you more to read I guess.
Without further ado, here goes:
Lakers over Nuggets (6-0): one of the main reasons why Denver has had a bad reputation of being first-round puppy chow and being the second-oldest franchise to never make the NBA Finals can be blamed on the Lakers (the Spurs too, more on that later). Denver has only won 7 postseason meetings with LA's premier team. They had chances to make the NBA finals in 1985 and 2009 but were curb-stomped by the Lakers. Ouch.
Celtics over Bulls (5-0): it is really unfortunate that MJ never had a chance to right the ship for the Bulls in this postseason matchup as they never met the Celtics in the postseason. The most stinging loss in the series for Chicago is probably their 2009 first round where they dropped 2 crucial OT games en route to a tough 7-game loss. Chicago was swept 3 out of 5 times in this matchup and most recently they blew a 2-0 lead to lose in 6 in the first round of 2017, though injuries played a major role in Chicago's collapse.
Celtics over Rockets (4-0): Houston has some pretty bad memories against Boston including getting two quick second-round exits in 1975 and 1980 (yes, they were in the same conference at one point) and getting denied 2 NBA titles in 1981 and 1986. Although outmatched, those NBA Finals still saw the Rockets put up a competitive fight only to lose to overall stronger teams. It was just too bad, but Houston did get its chance to shine in the 90s at least.
Celtics over Warriors (4-0): these playoff matchups took place in the 50s and 60s, and most of them were when the Warriors were still in Philadelphia. Boston was simply too strong of a team, although the Warriors came agonizingly close in the 1962 Eastern Division Finals only to lose on a Sam Jones game-winner with two seconds left in the decisive Game 7 (and the Celtics went on to win the Finals too, ouch). The Warriors did get a crack at Boston again in the 1964 Finals but they were quickly outgunned in 5 games.
Warriors over Rockets (4-0): one of the main reasons the Rockets haven't been able to advance very far under the leadership of James Harden can be blamed on the Warriors, as they've absolutely owned this playoff matchup. The worst came in the 2018 WCF when the Rockets blew a 3-2 series lead and missed 27 straight 3-pointers in the deciding Game 7 to lose what could've been a very winnable 101-92 decision in the end. Worse, the Dubs went on to win another NBA Finals that year.
Celtics over Royals (3-0): these playoff matchups are ancient as they took place in the very early days of the NBA (50s and 60s). Notably, these teams met in the Eastern Division Conference Finals two straight years from 1963-1964. The 1963 series was particularly exciting and saw the deciding game taken by Boston in an unreal 142-131 contest. Naturally, the Celtics won the title both years too.
Jazz over Clippers (3-0): the few years the Clippers made the playoffs in the 90s, the Jazz had their way with them in the first round. 1992 was especially rough as the Clippers almost came from 2-0 down only to drop the deciding Game 5 98-89 (Game 4 was notably played in Anaheim due to the riots). More recently, Lob City took another heartbreaking defeat in a 7-game First Round loss in 2017.
Suns over Warriors (3-0): the Warriors have historically been one of the runts of the Western Conference and usually played like one in the playoffs, and it showed against stronger teams like the Suns. Phoenix pulled off series wins over Golden State in the 1976 WCF, 1989 West semis, and 1994 first round. 1976 was especially painful as the Warriors blew a 3-2 lead, losing by 1 point in Game 6 and then dropping the decisive Game 7 at home, losing 94-86 and preventing a possible repeat title (Golden State won in 1975).
Heat over Nets (3-0): New Jersey and later Brooklyn just never stood a chance against those Miami teams led by D-Wade in 2005 and 2006 and later The Big 3 in 2014. Brooklyn only has two playoff wins against Miami in the 2006 East semis and the 2014 East semis. That 2014 series was notable in essentially driving a dagger in the superteam on crack that Brooklyn tried to pull off. The 2006 series win helped the Heat win the NBA title that year, and 2014 saw them back in the Finals.
Pistons over Pacers (3-0): as even as the regular-season matchup is (Indiana leads 101-97), Detroit has done far more winning in the postseason. Both their 1990 and 2004 NBA titles went through Indiana as did their march to the 2005 NBA Finals. 2004 was probably the hardest for Indiana as that was the ECF. Despite being the top seed, they were no match for Detroit's superb defense and were held to under 80 points for all but 1 game. Four of the six games in that matchup saw the winning team score less than 80 points, no team scored 90 points or more in that series, and the deciding Game 6 was an ugly 69-65 win. Worse for Indiana, they couldn't get Reggie Miller back to the Finals.
Warriors over Trail Blazers (3-0): these matchups all came in the late 2010s when Golden State was absolutely lighting up the league. Portland has been dominated in this matchup for a long time and has only one playoff win against the Warriors in these three matchups. As a Dub fan myself, I usually enjoy watching Damian Lillard play us since he's a hometown kid, but I feel bad that he's been smashed by his favorite team growing up.
Warriors over Pistons (3-0): these are some obscure matchups that took place primarily in the 70s where Golden State won over Detroit in the 1976 semis and the first round of 1977 (yes, Detroit and Golden State were in the same conference at one point). Most notably, however, the Warriors (then in Philly) got their second NBA title in 1956 over the Pistons (then in Fort Wayne), romping them in 5 close games.
Warriors over Hawks (3-0): these matchups all took place in the 60s, so they're very old. The most notable of the three is the 1964 and 1967 Conference Finals matchups. The Hawks came oh so close in 1964 only to drop the deciding Game 7 105-95. 1967 was also rough as home-court advantage finally failed St. Louis in a rough 112-107 loss in the deciding Game 6. At least the Warriors wound up losing both NBA Finals.
Knickerbockers over Cavaliers (3-0): you can blame the Patrick Ewing era for most of this, as his knicks romped over Cleveland in the 1995 and 1996 First Rounds. Yes, there was an era of Cleveland basketball before LeBron, but most of it was either terrible or highlighted by early playoff exits. New York was part of the reason why.
Cavaliers over Hawks (3-0): blame The King for this utter domination of a series. Not only has Atlanta lost every playoff matchup against Cleveland, they've been swept in all three of them. Atlanta finally made the ECF in 2015 as the 1-seed only to get completely blown out of the water by an honestly superior Cavs squad.
Cavaliers over Raptors (3-0): prior to Toronto winning it in 2019, they were puppy chow for LeBron and the Cavs from 2016-18. They actually put up a great fight in the 2016 ECF (their first Conference Finals in franchise history), evening the series at 2 after being down 2-0, but lost by 36 in Game 5 then 26 in the deciding Game 6. They got swept in 2017 and 2018, the latter of which came in spite of them being the 1-seed that year.
Cavaliers over Nets (3-0): the Nets simply weren't that strong of a team in the 90s and the Cavs made quick work of them in 1992 and 1993. The 1993 First Round matchup was pretty competitive but the Nets lost the decisive Game 5 99-89 in what would be Drazen Petrovic's final NBA game before his tragic death. More recently, LeBron rolled through New Jersey in the 2007 semis en route to his first NBA Finals appearance.
Lakers over Royals/Kings (10-1): no matter where the Royals/Kings franchise has been, they've always been easy pickings for the Lakers franchise. Their last playoff matchup, the 2002 WCF, was especially heartbreaking especially as some allegations that certain aspects of that series were rigged in favor of the Lakers came out (also, had Robert Horry's buzzer-beater when the Lakers were down 2 not happened, Sacramento wins the series). The Royals/Kings only postseason victory came in the 1951 Western Division Finals in 4 games en route to the franchise's only NBA title. So oddly enough, it's actually Sacramento that owns the longest active title drought.
Lakers over Warriors (6-1): don't let the 2010s fool you, the Warriors have been one of the NBA's inferior franchises for a very long time and were usually beaten into oblivion by their Southern California rivals. Throughout the 60s-90s, the Warriors could only claim the inaugural postseason meeting between the two: the 1967 Western Division Semifinals which San Francisco swept, a stepping stone to an NBA Finals appearance.
Bulls over Knickerbockers (6-1): this one was no contest, as MJ basically ate the Knicks for breakfast throughout his career. He's undefeated against them, as the Knicks would have to wait until his first retirement into baseball to finally get a postseason win over Chicago (on their sixth try...). That came in the 1994 East semis, and even then, it took seven games and a horrible foul call by Hue Hollins in Game 4 to give the Knicks free throws in the dying seconds to come back from 86-85 down, winning 87-86. MJ returned a few years later and once again destroyed the Knicks in the 1996 semis.
Celtics over Hawks (10-2): the Celtics owned the Hawks in the Finals when the latter was in St. Louis, then destroyed them in the first round and semis when the Hawks relocated to Atlanta. Although...the Hawks' only NBA title to date did come at the expense of Boston in 1958, a series St. Louis won in 6 games (also the last championship team to not feature an African American player, in fact, there was a whole controversy about why Bill Russell didn't play for the Hawks and it has in part to do with this). Atlanta later took the most recent playoff meeting between the two, a 6-game domination in the first round of 2016 that really wasn't that close.
Lakers over Nationals/76ers (5-1): all of these matchups were in the NBA Finals, and to put it lightly, let's just say LA has done a whole lotta more winning in this one. The Showtime Lakers got two of the wins while Kobe got another. Philadelphia's only win came courtesy of Dr. J and Moses Malone in the 1983 NBA Finals where Philadelphia gave Showtime a taste of its own medicine in an absolutely dominating sweep. It was also Philadelphia's last title and both Dr. J and Malone's only Finals win.
Knickerbockers over Bullets (5-1): the Knicks met the Bullets a whopping six straight years from 1969-1974, and led by the likes of Walt Frazier, the Knicks usually had a significant upper hand. Their 1970 and 1973 playoff series wins, in particular, helped propel the Knicks to their only 2 NBA championships to date. The only win by the Bullets in this matchup? The 1971 ECF (the Bullets were still in Baltimore at the time) which saw Baltimore win a close 93-91 matchup in New York in the deciding Game 7 after being down 2-0 and later 3-2 in the series (also, finally winning on the road).
Lakers over Trail Blazers (9-2): blame a lot of this on the Showtime Lakers and Kobe Bryant. Portland could've had deeper playoff runs certain years if they didn't keep on getting matched up with LA. 2000 probably still stings many Rip City fans, as Portland blew a late double-digit lead in the deciding Game 7 to once again drop the ball against the Lakers (oh yeah, they would go on to win the championship that year just to twist the knife some more). Portland's only two wins? The first came in the 1977 WCF in which Bill Walton obliterated Kareem en route to a sweep and the franchise's only NBA title to date. Portland could also claim a 4-game win in the 1992 First Round series en route to another NBA Finals appearance. Said series was famous for the decider having to be played in Vegas due to the infamous LA riots that year.
Lakers over Bulls (4-1): yes, there was a time these teams met regularly in the playoffs, and it was LA that came out on top throughout the 60s and 70s. However, this matchup is probably most famous for giving us the 1991 NBA Finals in which MJ and the Bulls put up a clinic against the Lakers in 5 games, giving the GOAT (yes, I'm saying that) his first of many NBA titles and all but ending the Showtime Lakers era.
Spurs over Grizzlies (4-1): this postseason matchup has not been fun for Memphis, who came in as the much weaker team all the time. Three of Memphis' four losses have been sweeps. Their only victory in this matchup was significant, however, as it was their first series win in franchise history and it's one of the few 8-vs-1 first-round upsets in NBA history. Zach Randolph had a monster series and the Grizzlies won all of their home games to move on.
Pistons over Bucks (4-1): Detroit romped over Milwaukee en route to their 1989 and 2004 NBA Finals victories. Additionally, Detroit won playoff matchups over the Bucks in 1976 and 2006. However, the Bucks were finally able to snatch a playoff series in this one, destroying the Pistons in a sweep in the 2019 First Round highlighted by The Greek Freak's 41 points in the deciding Game 4.
Cavaliers over Wizards (4-1): blame this one on LeBron. He took three straight playoff meetings over Washington from 2006-08 and was the reason why the Wizards were always first-round punching bags. The Cavs also got an additional 7-game series win over the Bullets (as they were then known) in the 1976 semis. Washington's only postseason series win in this matchup is a 1977 First Round matchup that Washington took in 3 games (notably, Game 2 was Nate Thurmond's final NBA game).
Celtics over Lakers (9-3): when you think of historical postseason domination, this is likely the series that comes to mind (at least it did for me). The Lakers were a punching bag for the Celtics in the Finals in the 50s and especially the 60s. They're the reason why Jerry West has just 1 NBA Finals win and Elgin Baylor never won a ring actually playing for the Lakers (LA did give him a ring for "honorary contributions", honestly a very kind gesture by the organization). The heartbreak continued in 1984, but Showtime finally won out in 1985 and 1987. More recently, the teams split the 2008 and 2010 Finals, with the Big 3 in Boston winning the former and Kobe getting his revenge in the latter.
Lakers over Pistons (9-3): whether in Fort Wayne or Detroit, LA has absolutely owned this matchup historically, although you can kind of blame the pre-70s matchups for that. Prior to 1989, all the Pistons organization could claim in this matchup was a 1955 Western Division Finals victory in 4 games en route to an NBA Finals appearance. Detroit then lost the 1988 Finals to the Showtime Lakers to go down 9-1 in this postseason matchup. But the Bad Boys got revenge in 1989, annihilating the Lakers in a sweep behind the likes of Isiah Thomas and Joe Dumars. Later, the Pistons upset Kobe and the Lakers in a 2004 Finals, wrecking them with solid defense over 5 games to claim their 3rd and last title to date.
Nationals/76ers over Knickerbockers (9-3): after winning both the 1951 and 1952 EDF over the Nationals (the former in 5, the latter in 4, unfortunately, the Knicks would lose both NBA Finals in 7 games), the 76ers have done far more winning in this series. Having Wilt and later Dr. J will help you out a ton. The most recent playoff matchup, however, saw the Knicks upend the Sixers in a First Round sweep in 1989 punctuated by Gerald Wilkins hitting the game-winner in OT with 6 seconds left in the deciding Game 3 to win the game for New York 116-115.
SuperSonics/Thunder over Rockets (6-2): I was actually a bit surprised to see this one. Seattle was simply too much for Houston to handle even when the Rockets had the likes of Hakeem Olajuwon and Clyde Drexler. It took them their sixth try against Seattle to finally pull out a series win in 1997 West semis, and even then, it took 7 games and Seattle nearly came back from 3-1 down. When the Sonics relocated to OKC, Houston was thrashed in their 2013 First Round matchup but countered in 2017 as the Thunder without KD was no match. That series produced a hilarious moment in Andre Roberson getting fouled intentionally and even running away from Houston players to help his team not lose the game.
Spurs over Nuggets (5-2): the Nuggets have historically played awfully against San Antonio and it's shown in the postseason as well. Until last season, Denver could only claim a 3-2 first-round victory in the 1985 postseason (a series in which their offense scored 141 points in the opening game and was never held to under 111). More recently, the Nuggets won a hard-fought 7-game first-round series against the Spurs last postseason, pulling off a close 90-86 win in the decider to win their first postseason series in 10 years. They also notably won their first game in the Alamo City since 2012 in that matchup.
Celtics over Bucks (5-2): you can blame the 80s for Boston's generally superb performance over Milwaukee, as they took three out of the four playoff matchups in that decade. The only blemish was the 1983 semis in which Milwaukee famously swept the Celtics in Boston's first sweep since 1954 (read more about that sweep in the Celtics over Nationals/76ers section). More recently, Milwaukee crushed the living daylights out of Boston in the 2019 semis in 5 games in their deepest playoff run in years which unfortunately ended in the ECF.
Bulls over Cavaliers (5-2): long-time Cavs fans will likely get PTSD moments just hearing the name Michael Jordan, as he had some of his clutchest moments against the Cavs including The Shot and later The Shot II. Chicago also earned two sweeps in a row in 1992 and 1993. LeBron James helped right the ship just a little bit in the 2010 First Round (a dominant 5-game romp) and the 2015 semis (highlighted by a buzzer-beater by James in Game 4 and absolute destruction of the Bulls in the deciding Game 6, a 94-73 win), but there's still a little ways to go for Cleveland in this one.
Lakers over Spurs (8-4): the Showtime Lakers won the first four playoff matchups against San Antonio, but the Spurs started climbing back in the series with a 6-game win in the 1995 semifinals and a sweep in the 1999 semifinals over Kobe. The latter is notable for being a stepping stone to San Antonio's first NBA title. Kobe would have much more success against the Spurs in the 2000s, going 4-1 against them in that time with just the 2003 semis being the only blemish (a series that saw a Robert Horry shot almost win Game 5 and complete a comeback, San Antonio won a championship that year too). Most recently, San Antonio wrecked a disappointing and hobbled Lakers in the 2013 playoffs in a first-round sweep en route to the NBA Finals.
Lakers over Suns (8-4): the Lakers throughout the 70s and 80s were the far more dominant team and won the first 6 postseason matchups against Phoenix. The Suns, however, famously ended a string of 8 consecutive LA trips to the WCF by blasting the Lakers in 5 in the 1990 semifinals. Later, Phoenix survived a scare in the 1993 first round as the 8th-seeded Lakers went up 2-0 before Paul Westphal guaranteed the Suns would come back. They did in dramatic fashion as Dan Majerle tied Game 5 late and the Suns would go on to win in OT (Phoenix marched all the way to the Finals). Kobe Bryant, surprisingly, had just a 2-2 record against Phoenix as Steve Nash and Co were simply too much in the mid-2000s (Phoenix came back from 3-1 down in 2006 and destroyed LA in 5 in 2007), although his win in the 2010 series propelled the Lakers to their last NBA title to date.
Lakers over SuperSonics/Thunder (6-3): the Showtime Lakers and even the Lakers of the 90s had postseason field days against the Sonics, although it was actually Seattle that got the first two victories in this matchup: a 3-game victory in their 1978 First Round matchup that saw Seattle march all the way to the NBA Finals, and an exciting 5-game semifinals win en route to the franchise's only NBA title to date. Kobe Bryant owned a 2-1 postseason record over the franchise, winning in 1998 and 2011, but the franchise finally pulled off a series win against LA in 2012 as KD and Westbrook annihilated the Lakers in 5 games in the semifinals en route to an NBA Finals appearance.
76ers over Bucks (6-3): Milwaukee has taken more than its fair share of series losses to the Sixers, most recently a heartbreaking 7-game loss in the 2001 ECF. However, Milwaukee has still been competitive at times. A young Kareem led the Bucks to a dominant 5-game semis win in 1970 (which included a whopping 156-120 thrashing in Philly in Game 3). Later, the Bucks would win a tough 7-game semis matchup in 1986 with the go-ahead score in the deciding Game 7 actually coming from a Barkley goaltending (Milwaukee won 113-112). The last Milwaukee win came one year later in the 1987 First Round which Jack Sikma hit a fantastic game-winner in Game 3 and the Bucks romp to a 102-89 win in the deciding Game 5 in Dr. J's final game.
Hawks over Pistons (6-3): when the Hawks were in St. Louis, they absolutely dominated the Pistons in postseason play, losing just once in the 1956 East Finals as Fort Wayne became the first team to ever come back from a 2-0 deficit. Atlanta later took the 1986 First Round matchup, but Detroit countered with a dominant 5-game romp in the 1987 semis which saw Isiah Thomas hit the game-winner in Game 4 with 1 second left. The Pistons would later get a 5-game romp over Atlanta in the First Round of 1991, but Atlanta won the last two playoff series and that's where we stand.
Celtics over Nationals/Sixers (13-8): while not nearly as dominant as some of the other matchups on this list, it's still pretty much highlights just how dominant Boston was. The Nationals actually dominated the 50s of this matchup, sweeping the 1954 Eastern Division Semis in 2 games (after claiming a Round Robin victory earlier), taking the 1955 Conference Finals in 4 games en route to an NBA Finals win, and winning the 1956 semis in 3 games. However, it's been mostly Boston from here on out, though Philly famously stole the 1967 EDF in 5 (highlighted by Wilt's unofficial quadruple-double in Game 1 and Wilt's record-setting 41 rebound performance in Game 3) to disrupt Boston's dominant record of the 60s and score an NBA Finals berth. Philly also took a hard-fought 7-game 1977 semis matchup en route to the NBA Finals and dominant 5-game ECF in 1980 en route to another NBA Finals, and a nice 7-game series win in the 1982 ECF that saw the Sixers prevent another 3-1 comeback from Boston (they blew a 3-1 lead in the 1981 ECF) and famously got Celtics fans to cheer for them to beat LA in the deciding Game 7 (they didn't that year but would the following year, so the fans kinda got what they hoped for).
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2020.01.31 00:18 displacedindavis Every one-hit-wonder playoff matchup ever (non-NBA Finals)

Some NBA playoffs have only occurred once in history, but they can tell pretty amazing stories:
Braves over 76ers 2-1 (1976 ECR1): we start off with this strange-looking entry. Yes, the Clippers as we know it was once the Buffalo Braves and led by a guy named Bob McAdoo. After winning the first game, Philadelphia landed a hard uppercut with a 131-106 win. However, the Braves pulled off a clutch 124-123 OT win to get the franchise's first playoff win (and, until 2006, its only one...). Strangely enough, the road team won all three matchups. The Braves would get dumped by the Celtics in the semifinals in 6 games.
Bucks over Suns 2-0 (1978 ECR1): strangely enough, the Suns were in the Eastern Conference at one point. This odd matchup by today's standards saw the 6th-seeded Milwaukee upset the 3rd-seeded Phoenix by pulling away in the fourth quarter in Game 1 and coming back from 11 down to win Game 2. Milwaukee would lose a tough 7-game series against the Nuggets in the next round...more on that later.
Bucks over Magic 3-1 (2001 ECR1): the Magic were outmatched in this one as Tracy McGrady suffered yet another early playoff exit although they did get an exciting 121-116 OT victory at home in Game 3. However, the Bucks had a monster third quarter in Game 4 and that proved key to their 112-104 win in that clincher. If the seeding works out, the Bucks could be seeing Orlando in the first round this season. The Bucks would make it all the way to the ECF, but before that, there was this...
Bucks over Hornets 4-3 (2001 ECR2): Milwaukee went up 2-0 early on but then lost three straight to get pushed to the brink 3-2. However, Milwaukee would outscore Charlotte 61-44 in the second half in Game 6 to take a 104-97 win and then had a strong third quarter in the deciding Game 7 to win 104-95. For Charlotte, they squandered their best opportunity to make the conference finals. The Bucks lost a tough 7-game series to the Sixers in the ECF, and for a long time, the Bucks would go without a playoff series win.
Bullets over Braves 4-3 (1975 ECR2): Washington and Buffalo had a very nice competitive series, and although Buffalo would even it with a 102-96 win on their home court, the Bullets won the deciding matchup, blowing Buffalo out of D.C. 115-96 to move on. These Bullets would eventually go on to make the NBA Finals but got embarrassed, getting swept by the Warriors.
Bullets over Nets 2-0 (1982 ECR1): back in the days when the Nets were still in New Jersey, the Bullets handily took the two-game sweep as the defense held, holding the Nets to under 100 points in both matchups. Washington would, unfortunately, suffer death in 5 to the Celtics in the next round.
Bulls over Kings 4-2 (1975 WCR2): yes, there was an era of Bulls basketball before MJ, and yes, there was a time when the Kings represented the Kansas City/Omaha region, and yes, Chicago was in the Western Conference at one point. The series was tied at 2, but then Chicago pulled off a 27-point win at home then followed that up with an 11-point win in KC to seal the deal. Chicago would suffer a tough loss to the eventual NBA champion Warriors in 7 games in the next round as they blew a 3-2 series lead, more on that one later.
Celtics over Spurs 2-0 (1977 ECR1): it's a bit strange seeing this one, but yes, the two teams were in the Eastern Conference together at one point. The Celtics pulled away in Game 1 at home and won a tough battle in Game 2 to earn the sweep. In the next round, Boston would lose in the next round to Dr. J and the Sixers in 7.
Clippers over Nuggets 4-1 (2006 WCR1): sweet freedom! After so many years of not having won a playoff series (heck, even making the playoffs was a crown of achievement), LA's second basketball team finally wound up moving past the first round, trashing Carmelo Anthony and the Nuggets in 5 games. The Clips had a balanced offensive attack and held Denver to under 90 points in each game to pull off the dominant victory. LA's run would end with a brutal 7-game loss to Steve Nash and the Suns in the next round, more on this later. It's highly possible that we'll see this matchup again this year as well.
Grizzlies over Trail Blazers 4-1 (2015 WCR1): Memphis stepped up its defensive game and held Portland to under 100 points (including under 90 points in Games 1 and 2) for each game except Game 3, which Memphis still won in Portland 115-109. Aldridge, Lillard, and McCollum were very inconsistent for Portland throughout the series and the Grizzlies grit-and-grind brand of basketball was the deciding factor. The Grizzlies would wind up getting mashed by the Warriors in 6 in the next round, more on that later.
Hawks over Nets 4-2 (2015 ECR1): despite being the 1-seed, the Nets gave Atlanta a run for its money, winning both Games 3 and 4 in Brooklyn and playing the Hawks very close. That is, up until Game 6 where the Hawks walloped Brooklyn 111-87 to move on and close out a failed era in Brooklyn. Atlanta would make it to the ECF where they got blasted by LeBron and the Cavs in a sweep.
Heat over Magic 3-2 (1997 ECR1): after 35- and 17-point victories in Games 1 and 2, Orlando looked all but dead but quickly strung together two straight victories to even the series against their in-state rivals. However, the Heat held off a late Orlando run in the decisive Game 5 to pull out the win. Having home-court advantage was key in this series, as all 5 games were won by the home team. The Heat would advance to the WCF where they were knocked out by MJ and the 69-win Bulls in 5 games.
Heat over Hornets 4-3 (2004 ECR1): yes, the Hornets turned Pelicans were once in the Eastern Conference. New Orleans battled fiercely throughout the series but just could not overcome Miami's home-court advantage as they lost all four games in Florida. Only Games 2 and 4 were won by double-digits (a 30-point win by Miami in the former and an 11-point win by New Orleans in the latter) and coincidentally, those games were the only ones that saw a team score 90 or more points. Miami would suffer a tough 6-game defeat to Indiana in the next round.
Heat over Wizards 4-0 (2005 ECR2): although the series ended in a sweep, the actual series was a lot closer, as aside from a 19-point loss the Wizards took in Game 1, they held the Heat to single-digit wins the rest of the way. Unfortunately, the third quarter doomed Washington in Games 3 and 4, as they allowed Miami to get hot and outscore them 30-19 in Game 3 and 40-25 in Game 4. The Heat would blow a 3-2 series lead and lose in 7 to the Pistons in the ECF.
Heat over Bucks 4-0 (2013 ECR1): Milwaukee was hopelessly outmatched against the Big 3 from the start and lost each game by double digits. This included a 23-point loss in Game 1. This series was more of a footnote for the Heat en route to their third NBA title, which also happened to be LeBron's second.
Hornets over Celtics 3-1 (1993 ECR1): Charlotte made its first-ever playoff appearance one to remember in knocking off defeating the Celtics in a tight matchup. Game 1 is infamous for Reggie Lewis of Boston collapsing on the game, dying months later. Game 2 saw Charlotte hit a game-tying jump shot with just over 24 seconds remaining to force OT, then hit another game-tying shot with 6 seconds remaining to force 2OT, then win the game 99-98. After a comfortable 119-89 win in Game 3, Alonzo Mourning hit his famous game-winner with .4 seconds left to put the Hornets up 104-103 and give Charlotte the win. The Hornets wound up getting wrecked by the Knicks in the next round, but it was still a great season.
Hornets over Hawks 3-1 (1998 ECR1): this was a defensive-oriented series that saw neither team score in the triple digits, but Charlotte's defense ended up holding the fort much better, and the offense backed them up in the deciding Game 4 to take the win 91-82 in Atlanta. Charlotte wound up becoming yet another victim of MJ and the Bulls in the next round, losing in 5.
Hornets over Mavericks 4-1 (2008 WCR1): mind you, this is the New Orleans edition of the Hornets (thanks for confusing the hell out of us). Despite relatively good games from Dirk, Dallas was overwhelmed by the defense of New Orleans and could only scrap a 97-87 victory in Game 3. Chris Paul and David West led the offensive charge from New Orleans and they also managed to get their first-ever win in Dallas: a 97-84 win in Game 4. They closed out Game 5 with a 99-94 home win to earn their first postseason series victory. Unfortunately, the Hornets would drop a 7-game heartbreaker vs San Antonio in the next round, more on that later.
Kings over Trail Blazers 2-1 (1981 WCR1): the Kings were still in Kansas City at this time. The first two games were very exciting as Kansas City won the first one 98-97 in OT and Portland returned the favor, winning 124-119 in OT. However, the Kings pulled off the 104-95 win in the decisive Game 3 to move on. In an odd turn of events, the road team won every game in this matchup. The Kings would move on to the WCF only to get blasted by the Rockets in 5 games.
Knickerbockers over Bucks 4-1 (1970 ECR3): Walt Frazier and Co completely dominated Kareem and the Bucks in a dominant performance to quickly send the Knicks to the NBA Finals. Milwaukee could only salvage a 101-96 win in Game 3 and got completely annihilated in the deciding Game 5, losing 132-96. These Knicks would famously go on to beat the Lakers in 7 games in the NBA Finals highlighted by Willis Reed walking into the crowd in the deciding game to inspire New York to capture its first-ever NBA crown. And yes, there was a time when the Knicks were good.
Lakers over Bullets 4-2 (1965 WDF): in a series where no game was decided by more than 8 points, the Bullets climbed out of a 2-0 hole in winning Games 3 and 4 in Baltimore. However, LA won Game 5 then took a close 117-115 win in Baltimore in Game 6, giving the road team its first win of the series. It was a great win for LA, but it was all for naught as they got trashed by the Celtics in the NBA Finals yet again. ICYMI these Bullets back then is the same as the Wizards today.
Lakers over Hornets 4-2 (2011 WCR1): New Orleans played the 2nd-seeded Lakers very tough through the first four games and LA could only manage a 2-2 tie after four games. However, the Hornets just ran out of gas down the stretch and lost the last two by a combined 34 points. The Lakers would get handily swept out of the playoffs by Dirk and the Mavs in the very next round.
Magic over Cavaliers 4-2 (2009 ECR3): most people like myself vividly remember LeBron's buzzer-beater to even the series at 1 in Game 2. However, the Cavs simply couldn't keep up with Orlando that series, and they lost a devastating Game 4 116-114 in OT to go down 3-1. Even The King couldn't overcome that hole, and the Cavs went out quietly with a 103-90 loss in Orlando in Game 6. The Magic would proceed to lose the NBA Finals to the Lakers in 5.
Mavericks over Timberwolves 3-0 (2002 WCR1): KG did his best to keep the TWolves in the series but a young Dirk scored 30+ points in all three games of this matchup to pace Dallas to a fairly easy victory. In particular, Dallas dropped 39 in Minneapolis to thwart any comeback attempt from Minnesota (Dallas won 115-102). The Mavs would get their butts kicked by Sacramento in 5 games the following round.
Mavericks over Grizzlies 4-0 (2006 WCR1): Memphis was outmatched throughout this entire series as Dirk completely lit up the Grizz. Only one win by Dallas came by single digits, in Game 3 where they won 94-89 in OT. The Grizz once again got swept out of the first round in the playoffs. Dirk would lead Dallas all the way to the NBA Finals where they lost a heartbreaker to the Heat in 6 games.
Nets over Hornets 4-1 (2002 ECR2): the Nets dominated this series behind Jason Kidd and Co as all Charlotte could do was muster a Game 3 115-97 win. Outside of the Game 3 victory, Charlotte could do little on offense, being held to under 100 points in every other game. This series is notable for being the last playoff game of this iteration of the Hornets before a new Charlotte franchise took over the mantle. The Nets would go on to the NBA Finals where they got swept by Kobe and the Lakers.
Nuggets over Bucks 4-3 (1978 WCR2): this playoff matchup was mentioned earlier. This was an offensive fireworks show, as each game was won by a team that scored 116 points or more. Milwaukee was able to come back from 3-1 down and even the series at 3 with a 28-point win in Game 6, but Denver regained its footing going back to its home court and pulled out the tight 116-110 win in the decisive Game 7. Denver would lose in 6 in the Conference Finals to Seattle, once again getting denied a trip to the NBA Finals.
Nuggets over Hornets 4-1 (2009 WCR1): this was Denver's first playoff win in years and is famous for featuring the most lopsided postseason win in Game 4, a 121-63 Denver win in front of a New Orleans crowd that could do nothing but watch the bloodbath. Game 5 was another blowout but is notable for a fan throwing a beer bottle onto the court in the waning minutes. Nevertheless, Denver handily won the series en route to the WCF where they once again couldn't solve the Lakers, falling in 6.
Pacers over Wizards 4-2 (2014 ECR2): Washington stole two games in Indianapolis in this series, which was pretty neat because Washington had last won in the Hoosier State in 2007. Nevertheless, that was pretty much all on Washington's side as they scored a meager 63 points in Game 3, blew a huge lead in Game 4, and lost by 13 in the decisive Game 6...all on their home court. As for Indiana, they'd lose another conference finals to the Heat, this one coming in 6 games.
Pelicans over Trail Blazers 4-0 (2018 WCR1): the series was closer than the sweep would indicate, but Anthony Davis had monster games for New Orleans and Portland simply could do nothing on defense the entire series. New Orleans definitely played like the higher seed in this matchup, and to cap it all off, Davis scored 47 in the decisive Game 4, a 131-123 New Orleans win. The Pelicans would get blown up by the Warriors in 5 games in the next round, however.
Pistons over Raptors 3-2 (2002 ECR1): after taking a comfortable 2-0 lead, Toronto suddenly stormed back with home wins in Games 3 and 4. However, Detroit won a tightly contested 85-82 Game 5 to avoid the reverse sweep and move on. They were easy pickings for the Celtics in the next round, however, losing in 5.
Raptors over Pacers 4-3 (2016 ECR1): Toronto finally won a playoff series after many years in this matchup, and although Indiana took them for a real roller coaster ride throughout, the Raptors were clutch when it counted and won a close Game 7 89-84 to punch their ticket to the next round. It's possible we could see this matchup in the playoffs again this year. Toronto would go on a run to make the ECF, but before that, there was...
Raptors over Heat 4-3 (2016 ECR2): this was arguably an even more exciting series for Toronto than the previous, as the first 5 games were each decided by fewer than 10 points, including OT games in Game 1, 2, and 4 (the former of which saw Toronto sink a half-court buzzer-beater to tie the game in regulation). Although Toronto won just 1 of those, they played Miami tough and closed out Game 7 with a 116-89 romp. These Raptors would lose to the eventual NBA champion Cavs in 6 in the ECF. This playoff matchup could also likely happen again this postseason.
Rockets over Bullets 4-2 (1977 WCR2): Houston was in the Eastern Conference for some time and that's why this obscure postseason matchup appears on the list. Washington took a 2-1 lead after 3 games but Houston eked out three straight close wins (and thanks to explosive second halves in Games 5 and 6). The Rockets would go on to lose a tough ECF to the Sixers in 6, more on this later.
Rockets over Nuggets 4-2 (1986 WCR2): throughout the regular season and this postseason series, having home-court advantage was the key to victory as neither team refused to cave into the visitors. While Houston was dominant in Games 1, 2, and 5, Denver pulled off exciting victories in Games 3 and 4, the former of which was a 1-point 116-115 win and the latter of which was a 114-111 OT win. However, McNichols Sports Arena would finally fail the Nuggets as they lost a heartbreaking Game 6 in 2OT to lose the series. The Rockets went on to the NBA Finals were they lost in 6 to the Celtics. If the seedings work out, we could be seeing this matchup again this postseason.
76ers over Rockets 4-2 (1977 ECR3): this Conference Final was eluded to earlier. The Sixers, led by Dr. J, simply played more disciplined basketball throughout the series even though Houston was able to scrape a couple wins and trail just 3-2 heading into Game 6. Speaking of that ended with controversy as John Lucas was called for a terrible charging foul which wiped out a potential game-tying shot that would've sent the game into OT. As a result, Philly won 112-109 and Houston fans were steaming from the ears. The Sixers did wind up losing in 6 to give Portland its only NBA championship as of today, so don't feel too bad for the Rockets.
76ers over Cavaliers 3-2 (1990 ECR1): yes, there was an era of Cavalier basketball before LeBron. The 2nd-seeded Philadelphia got quite the scare from the Cavs who came back from 2-0 down, winning both games in Cleveland. However, the Sixers blew out the Cavs in the decisive Game 5 113-97 to move on to the next round only to get destroyed by MJ and the Bulls in 5 games.
76ers over Hornets 3-1 (2000 ECR1): despite not having home-court advantage, Philadelphia still handily won this series as Allen Iverson and Co were simply able to execute better and score more down stretch especially in the fourth quarter of Games 3 and 4. Charlotte again suffered an early playoff exit while the Sixers would go on to lose to the Reggie Miller and the Pacers in 6 games.
76ers over Hornets 4-2 (2003 ECR1): mind you, this is the New Orleans version of the Hornets. In the franchise's first-ever season, they managed a playoff berth and played Iverson and the Sixers tough. Unfortunately, the Hornets were outdone by Iverson's 45 in the deciding Game 6 and couldn't string together enough offense, bowing out 107-103 in front of their fans. The Sixers would go on to lose in 6 to the Pistons.
Spurs over 76ers 4-3 (1979 ECR2): San Antonio was in the Eastern Conference at this time. This was a very tightly contested series that saw multiple single-digit wins. Maurice Cheeks helped the Sixers tie the series at 3 with a game-winner at 10 seconds to play in Game 6, but the Spurs pulled off a 3-point 111-108 win in the decisive Game 7 to send Philadelphia packing. In the Conference Finals, however, San Antonio would blow a 3-1 lead to lose to the Bullets (including surrendering the game-winner with 8 seconds remaining in the decisive Game 7).
Spurs over Kings 4-2 (2006 WCR1): this series was very exciting as the Spurs won a wild Game 2 thanks to a strange Brent Barry 3-pointer to tie in regulation. The Kings won Game 3 on a Kevin Martin buzzer-beater. Sacramento fought back from a 2-0 deficit to tie the series at 2, but San Antonio was just too much as the 1-seed that year. The Kings have never been back to the playoffs since and San Antonio would get defeated by Dallas in 7 games in the next round.
Spurs over Hornets 4-2 (2008 WCR2): the Hornets took 2-0 and 3-2 series leads in the series but got completely outplayed in San Antonio in Games 3, 4, and 6 then lost 91-82 in a stinging Game 7 where home-court advantage finally had enough shenanigans. This one still kind of hurts as it's the closest New Orleans has gotten to that elusive WCF. San Antonio would lose to Kobe and the Lakers in 5 in the conference finals.
Suns over Grizzlies 4-0 (2005 WCR1): Memphis' second playoff appearance didn't go any better than the first, suffering yet another sweep. Steve Nash and Phoenix's offense were just too much throughout the series and although Memphis would get a couple of close games in, just didn't have the personnel to pull out a win (also, they were an 8th seed, life's rough as the lowest seed). The Suns would go all the way to the WCF only to get thrashed by the Spurs in 5 games.
Suns over Clippers 4-3 (2006 WCR2): LA's magical run past the First Round (yes, it was, because they hadn't won a playoff series in decades) ended in bitterness after getting dumped by Steve Nash and Co in Game 7. It didn't have to end this way: Raja Bell of Phoenix hit a clutch 3-pointer with 1.1 seconds left to force a second OT in Game 5. Had Phoenix not scored, the Clippers likely would've won in 6 games. Alas, it was not meant to be, and to date, the Clippers have still not made the Conference Finals. The Suns proceeded to lose a tough 6-game WCF against Dirk and the Mavs.
SuperSonics over Pistons 2-1 (1975 WCR1): yes, Detroit was once in the Western Conference, like that makes any sense when Houston was in the East. Anyways, the home team won each game in this series as Seattle held off a late Detroit rally in the second half of Game 3 to win 100-93. Unfortunately, Seattle's playoff run was short-lived as they got thumped by Golden State in the next round.
SuperSonics over Bucks 4-3 (1980 WCR2): yes, the Bucks were once in the Western Conference. This series produced some really exciting moments such as two OT games in Games 1 and 2 (the two teams split those), and the final scores reflected the tense moments as a team won by double digits only once: a 108-97 Milwaukee win to put the Bucks up 3-2. However, Seattle would storm back with a 1-point 86-85 win in Game 6 on the road then finish the comeback at home, winning 98-94. Unfortunately, the Lakers proved too much for the Sonics in the conference finals as Seattle got dumped in 5.
SuperSonics over Timberwolves 3-2 (1998 WCR1): the 2nd-seeded Sonics fell behind 2-1 but won a tightly-contested Game 4 by and pulled away in the second half of Game 5 to survive the scare from Minnesota. The TWolves had a much better playoff outing than last year but still fell short. As for Seattle, they got exposed by the Lakers in the next round, losing in 5.
Thunder over Clippers 4-2 (2014 WCR2): this series was pretty devastating for the Clippers. LA played OKC tough and had a 2-2 series tie. Although the Clippers blew a 15-point lead in Game 5, the refs didn't help in basically handing OKC the game with that out-of-bounds call. Game 6 saw the Clippers blow a 14-point lead after the 1st quarter to seal the Thunder's victory. OKC would get knocked out by San Antonio in the conference finals in 6 games. There's a chance we may see this one again in the upcoming postseason if the seedings work out.
Timberwolves over Nuggets 4-1 (2004 WCR1): Minnesota got its first-ever playoff series victory in dominating fashion, holding the Nuggets to under 100 points for all 5 games save for their only loss: a 107-86 Denver victory in Game 3. Carmelo Anthony had another bad series while Minnesota exposed every nook and cranny of Denver, and they marched all the way to the WCF, which included this matchup...
Timberwolves over Kings 4-3 (2004 WCR2): this series was amazing for Minnesota but also heartbreaking for Sacramento who lost by just 1 point in OT in Game 3 (114-113) and by 3 points in the deciding Game 7 (83-80). Kevin Garnett and Lattrell Sprewell led the Minnesota offense and their defense held the Kings in check for most of the series to punch their ticket to their first (and only) WCF. Despite being the top seed, the experience of the Lakers won out and the TWolves bowed out of their deepest playoff run in 6 games.
Trail Blazers over Timberwolves 3-1 (2000 WCR1): this series was actually a lot closer than the final series record indicates as no game was decided by double digits. Additionally, no game featured a score of 100 points or more. Minnesota gave it their all but ultimately wound up falling short, losing the deciding Game 4 at home 85-77. This Portland team was really good but lost a heartbreaker against the Lakers in the conference finals where they blew a 16-point lead in Game 7 (worse, the Lakers went on to win the NBA Finals).
Trail Blazers over Clippers 4-2 (2016 WCR1): this game might have gone LA's way had Lob City not been decimated by injuries throughout this series. As Clippers fell, the series quickly became imbalanced and the Blazers won the last four games. Give the Clippers credit, though; they still played Portland really tough, and only Game 4 was won by double digits. It just wasn't enough, and the Clippers suffered yet another early playoff loss. Portland would get booted in the next round in 5 by the 73-9 Warriors.
Warriors over Knickerbockers 2-0 (1947 BAA Semis): this ancient matchup took place in the inaugural season of the BAA, which is now the NBA as we know it. And yes, there was a time when the Warriors were in Philly. The Knicks were completely outmatched in this series as Philly won in an easy sweep, then went on to defeat the now-defunct Chicago Stags in the first BAA championship (the equivalent of the NBA Finals today).
Warriors over Bulls 4-3 (1975 WCR3): Chicago went up 3-2 in this series, but Golden State held the Bulls to under 80 points in the remaining 2 games and pulled out a close 83-79 win in the deciding Game 7 to finish off the comeback in the conference finals. The Warriors would go on to sweep the Bullets in the NBA Finals to claim their third in franchise history.
Warriors over Mavericks 4-2 (2007 WCR1): in arguably the greatest postseason upset in NBA history, the 8th-seeded Warriors toppled the best team in basketball. Dirk Nowitzki was awkward throughout the series and had an awful Game 6, a game Dallas lost 111-86. It was a really sad way to end what could've easily been a return trip to the NBA Finals for Dirk and Co. The Warriors would get toppled by the Jazz in 5 in the next round, but We Believe was entrenched in Golden State lore forever.
Warriors over Nuggets 4-2 (2013 WCR1): ah yes, the series where Steph Curry finally leapfrogged onto the big stage. He had monster games for Golden State throughout the series as the Warriors handed Denver just its third loss at home that season in Game 2 and won close ones in Games 4 and 6 to earn Golden State its first playoff series win since 2007. The Warriors would get dumped by the Spurs in 6 in the next round, but the stage was set for the next biggest thing in the NBA.
Warriors over Grizzlies 4-2 (2015 WCR1): this series saw the Warriors get off to awkward footing against the defensive-minded Grizzlies, and they went down 2-1 at one point. However, Steph Curry and Co found their grove in the remaining 3 games and the Warriors went on to handily win in 6. The highlight was Curry's 3/4-court shot in the decider. The Warriors would go on to win their first NBA title in 40 years.
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2020.01.28 13:12 nick168 r/nba Best of December (Kobe Edition)

Hi all, I was originally planning to release the December Best Of at some stage after the 2019 Best Of awards, however in light of Kobe's passing I didn't think it would be appropriate to post one this month. Instead, I have compiled a list of Kobe's highest scoring game against every NBA team, complete with box scores and (where available) highlight videos. If anyone does know where to find footage of the games vs Dallas, Indiana and Milwaukee, be sure to let me know and I'll add them to the post. Otherwise, I'll be back next month the January Best Of as usual.
Atlanta 41 2009-11-01 Link Link
Boston 43 2007-01-31 Link Link
Boston (2) 43 2006-03-20 Link Link
Brooklyn/New Jersey 46 2005-11-27 Link Link
Charlotte 58 2006-12-29 Link Link
Chicago 43 2005-11-20 Link Link
Cleveland 47 2001-01-30 Link unavailable
Dallas 62 2005-12-20 Link Link
Denver 51 2003-02-12 Link Link
Detroit 40 2006-03-04 Link Link
Detroit (2) 40 2009-11-17 Link Link
Golden State 51 2000-12-06 Link Link
Houston 53 2006-12-15 Link Link
Houston (2) 53 2007-03-30 Link Link
Indiana 45 2006-01-09 Link unavailable
LA Clippers 50 2007-04-12 Link Link
LA Clippers (2) 50 2006-01-07 Link Link
Memphis 60 2007-03-22 Link Link
Miami 42 2004-12-25 Link Link
Milwaukee 43 2006-03-24 Link unavailable
Minnesota 50 2007-03-18 Link Link
New Orleans 50 2007-03-23 Link Link
New York 61 2009-02-02 Link Link
OKC/Seattle 50 2007-04-15 Link Link
Orlando 41 2004-11-12 Link Link
Orlando (2) 41 2008-12-20 Link Link
Philadelphia 48 2006-01-06 Link Link
Phoenix 51 2006-04-07 Link Link
Portland 65 2007-03-16 Link Link
Sacramento 51 2006-01-19 Link Link
San Antonio 44 2003-02-14 Link Link
San Antonio (PLAYOFFS) 45 2001-05-19 Link Link
Toronto 81 2006-01-22 Link Link
Utah 60 2016-04-13 Link Link
Washington 55 2003-03-28 Link Link
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2020.01.27 09:13 rHuskiesBot UW Athletics Schedule/Results for week of January 27, 2020

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2020.01.06 09:05 rHuskiesBot UW Athletics Schedule/Results for week of January 06, 2020

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2019.12.31 19:38 fantasyMLShelper Soccer attendance records for each U.S. state as of 2019

This is not an official list and still a work in progress. Click on the state name for a link to the source.
State Match Competition Date Stadium Attendance
Alabama United States vs. Argentina Olympics 07/20/1996 Legion Field 83,810
Alaska Alaska City FC vs. Christ United FC Scrimmage 09/29/2018 Machetanz Field ~300
Arizona Haiti vs. Mexico Gold Cup 07/02/2019 State Farm Stadium 64,128
Arkansas Little Rock Rangers vs. Memphis City FC Friendly 04/23/2016 War Memorial Stadium ~4,000
California France vs. Brazil Olympics 08/11/1984 Rose Bowl 101,799
Colorado Colorado Rapids vs. Chicago Fire MLS Regular Season 07/04/2002 Invesco Field 61,202
Connecticut United States vs. Brazil U.S. Cup 06/06/1993 Yale Bowl 44,579
Delaware United States vs. Mexico Olympics Qualifying 08/28/1975 Baynard Stadium ~4,700
Florida Brazil vs. Colombia International Friendly 09/05/2014 Sun Life Stadium 73,429
Georgia Nigeria vs. Argentina Olympics 08/03/1996 Sanford Stadium 86,117
Guam Guam vs. India FIFA World Cup Qualifying 06/16/2015 Guam FA Stadium 3,277
Hawaii LA Galaxy vs. Sydney FC - Gamba Osaka vs. Houston Dynamo Pan-Pacific Championship 02/23/2008 Aloha Stadium 23,087
Idaho Athletic Bilbao vs. Club Tijuana Friendly 07/18/2015 Albertsons Stadium 21,948
Illinois United States (W) vs. Nigeria (W) - Brazil (W) vs. Italy (W) FIFA Women's World Cup 06/24/1999 Soldier Field 65,080
Indiana Chelsea FC vs. Inter Milan Friendly 08/01/2013 Lucas Oil Stadium 41,983
Iowa Des Moines Menace vs. Wisconsin Rebels PDL Regular Season 06/05/2004 McGrane Stadium 6,612
Kansas Sporting Kansas City vs. Real Salt Lake MLS Cup Final 12/07/2013 Sporting Park 21,650
Kentucky United States (W) vs. Brazil (W) International Friendly 10/10/1999 Papa John's Cardinal Stadium 35,211
Louisiana United States (W) vs. China (W) International Friendly 12/16/2015 Mercedes-Benz Superdome 32,950
Maine New England Revolution vs. Montreal Dynamites Friendly 10/20/2001 Fitzpatrick Stadium 4,254
Maryland Manchester United vs. FC Barcelona Friendly 07/30/2011 FedEx Field 81,807
Massachusetts Brazil vs. Mexico International Friendly 09/12/2007 Gillette Stadium 67,584
Michigan Manchester United vs. Real Madrid Friendly 08/02/2014 Michigan Stadium 109,318
Minnesota Chelsea vs. AC Milan Friendly 08/03/2016 US Bank Stadium 64,101
Mississippi Chicago Fire vs. Dallas Burn Friendly 03/27/2004 Freedom Ridge Park ~6,000
Missouri Real Madrid vs. Inter Milan International Friendly 08/10/2013 Edward Jones Dome 54,184
Montana University of Montana (W) vs. Brigham Young University (W) NCAA Division I 09/06/1999 South Campus Stadium 1,093
Nebraska Omaha South vs. Creighton Prep High School State Cup 05/13/2013 Morrison Stadium ~8,200
Nevada Mexico vs. Iceland International Friendly 02/08/2017 Sam Boyd Stadium 30,617
New Hampshire New Hampshire Phantoms vs. Cape Cod Crusaders PDL Regular Season 06/19/2008 Larkin Field ~3,000
New Jersey Juventus vs. FC Barcelona Friendly 07/23/2017 MetLife Stadium 82,104
New Mexico United States (W) vs. Mexico (W) International Friendly 05/09/2004 University Stadium 17,805
New York New York XI vs. Hapoel of Tel-Aviv Friendly 05/04/1947 Yankee Stadium ~60,000
North Carolina Liverpool FC vs. AC Milan Friendly 08/02/2014 Bank of America Stadium 69,364
North Dakota North Dakota State University (W) vs. University of North Dakota (W) NCAA Division I 09/11/2015 Dacotah Field 1,007
Ohio Real Madrid vs. Paris Saint-Germain Friendly 07/27/2016 Ohio Stadium 86,641
Oklahoma Tulsa Roughnecks vs. New York Cosmos NASL Regular Season 04/26/1980 Skelly Stadium 30,831
Oregon New York Cosmos vs. Seattle Sounders NASL Soccer Bowl 08/28/1977 Civic Stadium 35,548
Pennsylvania Manchester United vs. FC Barcelona Friendly 08/03/2003 Lincoln Financial Field 68,396
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico vs. United States International Friendly 05/22/2016 Juan Ramón Loubriel Stadium ~14,000
Rhode Island Fall River Marksmen vs. Boston Wonder Workers ASL Lewis Cup 06/03/1928 Mark's Stadium ~17,000
South Carolina Clemson University vs. San Diego State University NCAA Division I Final 12/06/1987 Riggs Field 8,332
South Dakota Sioux Falls Spitfire vs. (?)Des Moines Menace(?) PDL Playoffs 08/??/2001 McEneaney Field ~2,500
Tennessee Manchester City vs. Tottenham Hotspur Friendly 07/29/2017 Nissan Stadium 56,232
Texas Guadeloupe vs. Costa Rica - Mexico vs. Haiti CONCACAF Gold Cup 07/19/2009 Cowboys Stadium 84,516
Utah Real Salt Lake vs. Real Madrid Friendly 08/12/2006 Rice-Eccles Stadium 45,511
Vermont University of Vermont vs. Yale University NCAA Division I Tournament 11/20/1989 Centennial Field ~6,000
Virginia Wisconsin vs. Portland - Duke vs. Virginia NCAA Division I Tournament 12/08/1995 University of Richmond Stadium 21,319
Washington Seattle Sounders vs. Toronto FC MLS Cup Final 11/10/2019 CenturyLink Field 69,274
Washington, DC United States vs. Portugal Olympics 07/24/1996 RFK Stadium 58,012
West Virginia West Virginia University (W) vs. University of Southern California (W) NCAA Division I Tournament 11/30/2007 Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium 4,881
Wisconsin Chivas Guadalajara vs. Swansea City Friendly 07/16/2014 Miller Park 31,237
Wyoming University of Wyoming (W) vs. University of Utah (W) NCAA Division I 09/02/1995 Louis S. Madrid Sports Complex 1,083
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2019.12.19 16:35 boxman151515 MITSUBISHI MOTORS LAS VEGAS BOWL Match-up Preview Thread: Washington Huskies vs. #18 Boise State Broncos

Washington vs. #18 Boise State
When: Saturday, December, 21, 07:30 PM Eastern
Where: Sam Boyd Stadium - Las Vegas, NV
Watch: ABC
Odds: Washington by 3.5 pts.
Total Points: 49.5
All-Time Series : Washington vs. Boise State
Washington and Boise State have met 4 times since 09/08/2007.
These teams last met 1,567 days (~4 years) ago on 09/04/2015.
Series Wins: Washington 2-0-2 Boise State
Longest streak of continuous meetings: 2 (2012-2013).
Boise State has won the most recent meeting (2015) in this series.
Last 4 Meetings
Winner Date Location Washington Boise State Notes
Boise State 2015-09-04 Boise, ID 13 16
Washington 2013-08-31 Seattle, WA 38 6
Boise State 2012-12-22 Las Vegas, NV 26 28 Las Vegas Bowl
Washington 2007-09-08 Seattle, WA 24 10
Through Week 15
Week Washington 7-5(4-5) Result Boise State 12-1(9-0) Result
1 Eastern Washington 7-5(5-3) W 47-14 Florida State 6-6(4-4) W 36-31
2 California 7-5(4-5) L 19-20 Marshall 8-4(6-2) W 14-7
3 Hawai'i 9-5(5-4) W 52-20 Portland State 5-7(3-5) W 45-10
4 BYU 7-5(2-0) W 45-19 Air Force#24 10-2(7-1) W 30-19
5 USC#23 8-4(7-2) W 28-14 BYE N/A
6 Stanford 4-8(3-6) L 13-23 UNLV 4-8(2-6) W 38-13
7 Arizona 4-8(2-7) W 51-27 Hawai'i 9-5(5-4) W 59-37
8 Oregon#6 11-2(9-1) L 31-35 BYU 7-5(2-0) L 25-28
10 Utah#11 11-2(8-2) L 28-33 San Jose State 5-7(2-6) W 52-42
11 Oregon State 5-7(4-5) W 19-7 Wyoming 7-5(4-4) W 20-17
12 BYE N/A New Mexico 2-10(0-8) W 42-9
13 Colorado 5-7(3-6) L 14-20 Utah State 7-5(6-2) W 56-21
14 Washington State 6-6(3-6) W 31-13 Colorado State 4-8(3-5) W 31-24
15 BYE N/A Hawai'i 9-5(5-4) W 31-10
All rankings reflect the current /cfb poll
Washington Injury Report
Last updated: December 19, 2019
Player Position Status Type Notes
Josh Calvert LB Out Knee Calvert suffered a season-ending knee injury.
John Clark DL Out Knee Clark sustained a substantial knee injury, ending his season.
Hunter Bryant TE Out Personal Bryant will not play in the Las Vegas Bowl against Boise State as he will focus his efforts on the upcoming NFL Draft.
Trey Adams OL Out Personal Adams is preparing for the upcoming NFL Draft and will not suit up against Boise State in the Las Vegas Bowl.
MJ Tafisi LB Out Neck Tafisi will miss an unknown period after suffering a stinger.
Puka Nacua WR Questionable Foot Nacua has been recovering from a broken foot, and it is unknown if he will return for the Las Vegas Bowl versus Boise State.
Injury data lifted from:
Boise State Injury Report
Last updated: December 19, 2019
Player Position Status Type Notes
Sam Whitney DL/DE/LB Out Knee Whitney has a torn ACL and is expected to miss the entire 2019 season.
Jackson Cravens DT Out Eligibility Cravens will not eligible for the 2019 season due to NCAA transfer rules.
Ezekiel Noa LB Out Knee Noa is projected to miss the remainder of the season due to a torn ACL and a broken wrist.
DeAndre Pierce CB/S Out Ankle Pierce is unlikely to return to the lineup for the remainder of the regular season due to a high-ankle fracture.
Hank Bachmeier QB Questionable Shoulder Bachmeir is dealing with a shoulder injury, and it is uncertain if he will be available against Washington in the Las Vegas Bowl.
Injury data lifted from:
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2019.11.21 06:12 fantasyMLShelper Soccer attendance records for each U.S. state as of 2019

This is not an official list and still a work in progress. Click on the state name for a link to the source.
State Match Competition Date Stadium Attendance
Alabama United States vs. Argentina Olympics 07/20/1996 Legion Field 83,810
Alaska Alaska City FC vs. Christ United FC Scrimmage 09/29/2018 Machetanz Field ~300
Arizona United States vs. Mexico International Friendly 02/07/2007 University of Phoenix Stadium 62,462
Arkansas Little Rock Rangers vs. Memphis City FC Friendly 04/23/2016 War Memorial Stadium ~4,000
California France vs. Brazil Olympics 08/11/1984 Rose Bowl 101,799
Colorado Colorado Rapids vs. Chicago Fire MLS Regular Season 07/04/2002 Invesco Field 61,202
Connecticut United States vs. Brazil U.S. Cup 06/06/1993 Yale Bowl 44,579
Delaware United States vs. Mexico Olympics Qualifying 08/28/1975 Baynard Stadium ~4,700
Florida Brazil vs. Colombia International Friendly 09/05/2014 Sun Life Stadium 73,429
Georgia Nigeria vs. Argentina Olympics 08/03/1996 Sanford Stadium 86,117
Guam Guam vs. India FIFA World Cup Qualifying 06/16/2015 Guam FA Stadium 3,277
Hawaii LA Galaxy vs. Sydney FC - Gamba Osaka vs. Houston Dynamo Pan-Pacific Championship 02/23/2008 Aloha Stadium 23,087
Idaho Athletic Bilbao vs. Club Tijuana Friendly 07/18/2015 Albertsons Stadium 21,948
Illinois United States (W) vs. Nigeria (W) - Brazil (W) vs. Italy (W) FIFA Women's World Cup 06/24/1999 Soldier Field 65,080
Indiana Chelsea FC vs. Inter Milan Friendly 08/01/2013 Lucas Oil Stadium 41,983
Iowa Des Moines Menace vs. Wisconsin Rebels PDL Regular Season 06/05/2004 McGrane Stadium 6,612
Kansas Sporting Kansas City vs. Real Salt Lake MLS Cup Final 12/07/2013 Sporting Park 21,650
Kentucky United States (W) vs. Brazil (W) International Friendly 10/10/1999 Papa John's Cardinal Stadium 35,211
Louisiana United States (W) vs. China (W) International Friendly 12/16/2015 Mercedes-Benz Superdome 32,950
Maine New England Revolution vs. Montreal Dynamites Friendly 10/20/2001 Fitzpatrick Stadium 4,254
Maryland Manchester United vs. FC Barcelona Friendly 07/30/2011 FedEx Field 81,807
Massachusetts Brazil vs. Mexico International Friendly 09/12/2007 Gillette Stadium 67,584
Michigan Manchester United vs. Real Madrid Friendly 08/02/2014 Michigan Stadium 109,318
Minnesota Chelsea vs. AC Milan Friendly 08/03/2016 US Bank Stadium 64,101
Mississippi University of Mississippi (W) vs. Mississippi State University (W) NCAA Division I 08/21/2018 Ole Miss Soccer Stadium 1,857
Missouri Real Madrid vs. Inter Milan International Friendly 08/10/2013 Edward Jones Dome 54,184
Montana University of Montana (W) vs. Brigham Young University (W) NCAA Division I 09/06/1999 South Campus Stadium 1,093
Nebraska Omaha South vs. Creighton Prep High School State Cup 05/13/2013 Morrison Stadium ~8,200
Nevada Real Madrid vs. Santos Laguna Friendly 08/06/2012 Sam Boyd Stadium 29,152
New Hampshire New Hampshire Phantoms vs. Cape Cod Crusaders PDL Regular Season 06/19/2008 Larkin Field ~3,000
New Jersey Juventus vs. FC Barcelona Friendly 07/23/2017 MetLife Stadium 82,104
New Mexico United States (W) vs. Mexico (W) International Friendly 05/09/2004 University Stadium 17,805
New York All-Stars vs. Hapoel of Tel-Aviv, Palestine Friendly 05/04/1947 Yankee Stadium 55,237
North Carolina Liverpool FC vs. AC Milan Friendly 08/02/2014 Bank of America Stadium 69,364
North Dakota North Dakota State University (W) vs. University of North Dakota (W) NCAA Division I 09/11/2015 Dacotah Field 1,007
Ohio Real Madrid vs. Paris Saint-Germain Friendly 07/27/2016 Ohio Stadium 86,641
Oklahoma Tulsa Roughnecks vs. New York Cosmos NASL Regular Season 04/26/1980 Skelly Stadium 30,831
Oregon New York Cosmos vs. Seattle Sounders NASL Soccer Bowl 08/28/1977 Civic Stadium 35,548
Pennsylvania Manchester United vs. FC Barcelona Friendly 08/03/2003 Lincoln Financial Field 68,396
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico vs. United States International Friendly 05/22/2016 Juan Ramón Loubriel Stadium ~14,000
Rhode Island Fall River Marksmen vs. Boston Wonder Workers ASL Lewis Cup 06/03/1928 Mark's Stadium ~17,000
South Carolina Clemson University vs. San Diego State University NCAA Division I Final 12/06/1987 Riggs Field 8,332
South Dakota Sioux Falls Spitfire vs. (?)Des Moines Menace(?) PDL Playoffs 08/??/2001 McEneaney Field ~2,500
Tennessee Manchester City vs. Tottenham Hotspur Friendly 07/29/2017 Nissan Stadium 56,232
Texas Guadeloupe vs. Costa Rica - Mexico vs. Haiti CONCACAF Gold Cup 07/19/2009 Cowboys Stadium 84,516
Utah Real Salt Lake vs. Real Madrid Friendly 08/12/2006 Rice-Eccles Stadium 45,511
Vermont University of Vermont vs. Yale University NCAA Division I Tournament 11/20/1989 Centennial Field ~6,000
Virginia Wisconsin vs. Portland - Duke vs. Virginia NCAA Division I Tournament 12/08/1995 University of Richmond Stadium 21,319
Washington Seattle Sounders vs. Toronto FC MLS Cup Final 11/10/2019 CenturyLink Field 69,274
Washington, DC United States vs. Portugal Olympics 07/24/1996 RFK Stadium 58,012
West Virginia West Virginia University (W) vs. University of Southern California (W) NCAA Division I Tournament 11/30/2007 Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium 4,881
Wisconsin Chivas Guadalajara vs. Swansea City Friendly 07/16/2014 Miller Park 31,237
Wyoming University of Wyoming (W) vs. University of Utah (W) NCAA Division I 09/02/1995 Louis S. Madrid Sports Complex 1,083
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