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Don’t bet against Mark Davis landing Gruden as Raiders next coach

The wheels continue turning as to what sort of team Davis intends on bringing to Las Vegas in 2020, his latest move to fire head coach Jack Del Rio following Sunday’s regular-season finale loss to the Chargers with reportedly every intention of replacing him with Jon Gruden.

Remembering 2017: Sports help to make #VegasStrong

In our line of work, we mostly deal with numbers. Stats. Records. Anything defined by digits. And there wasn’t a more significant one for Las Vegas this past year, perhaps ever, than 58.

 
UNLV basketball star plays five instruments and he can dunk too

Beyond what you might know about UNLV’s freshman basketball star Brandon McCoy exists a side unknown to most who cheer his every dunk. The 19-year old, who plays five instruments, embraces a love for music and its power to inspire far beyond a court and rim.

Golden Knights again tame one of NHL’s best in Alex Ovechkin

Alex Ovechkin has scored 627 career goals over the regular season and playoffs and is second in the league this year with 23, but was limited to just three shots Saturday in a 3-0 loss to Vegas.

Schmidt the next Golden Knight to feel nostalgic as Capitals visit

Washington signed defenseman Nate Schmidt as an undrafted free agent, and he would eventually play 200 regular-season games, along with 21 in the playoffs, before being left unprotected in the expansion draft.

Raiders fashion one more bizarre finish to lost season

There is absolutely no practical way to explain what happened at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, much less with the Raiders this season, as they were essentially eliminated from the playoffs in losing to Dallas 20-17.

Knights’ Gerard Gallant downplays game against team that fired him

Coach Gerard Gallant and the Golden Knights welcome Florida to town, where the franchise that fired the coach in November 2016 gets its first look at the team he has directed to the best start in NHL history by an expansion side.

Emotional night ends with Marc-Andre Fleury beating former team

The Golden Knights welcomed the two-time defending Stanley Cup champion Penguins and seemingly most folks in a tri-state area who own Pittsburgh sweaters to T-Mobile Arena on Thursday, where Vegas posted a 2-1 win.

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