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The Vegas Nation crew breaks down the latest with the Raiders.
The Golden Knights looked like one of the NHL’s best teams for their first 12 playoff games before being eliminated in five games by the Dallas Stars.
Should the Xfinity Series playoff favorites falter, it could open a door for Las Vegas’ Noah Gragson, who won twice during the regular season to claim the fourth seed.
Austin Dillon finished second at the playoff opener at Darlington, South Carolina, and fourth at Richmond, Virginia, to quickly move up the NASCAR points ladder.
Truck team owned by Las Vegas businessman Maury Gallagher running 1-2-3 in playoff points heading into Friday’s World of Westgate 200 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
The Aces were the No. 1 seed for the playoffs despite shooting by far the fewest 3-pointers in the regular season at 254. They made 93, the only team that hit fewer than 100.
The high temperature on Feb. 23 when Joey Logano won the Pennzoil 400 was 69 degrees — a far cry from the 100-degree temperatures that baked drivers in LVMS’ first two playoff races.
The Golden Knights and American Red Cross will host a blood drive Oct. 1 to honor those who were impacted by the Route 91 Harvest festival mass shooting.
The veteran coach admits he has been hard on the rookie fourth-round lineman out of Clemson.