11/20 TMM: Can the Chargers win a game?

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Darren & Marty: Can the Chargers win a game? – Mighty 1090 (video)
Darren Smith and Marty Caswell on the Chargers and Chiefs, overall team health and if there’s any reason to think team can win any of their final seven games.

MVPs: Harper, Donaldson score saber-wins – San Diego Union-Tribune
Fans of advanced stats, rejoice! Bryce Harper and Josh Donaldson winning the NL and AL MVP Awards, respectively, is the right call when you look at the leaders in WAR.

LaDainian Tomlinson – One of the Greatest – Chargers.com
Pictures, videos, facts, stories, and everything you could want to know about the career of #21 for the San Diego Chargers, LT.

Expanded safety nets, in-market streaming coming in ’16 – MLB.com
Increased safety netting is likely to be in place by the opening of the 2016 season, and a new three-year agreement with FOX will allow fans to watch live in-market streaming on any mobile device, Commissioner Rob Manfred announced as the quarterly Owners Meetings wrapped up on Thursday.

What Do The Chargers Have Left To Play For? – Mighty 1090 (video)
Joe Tutino and Andrew Burer discuss what’s left for the Chargers to play for, LT’s induction into the team’s HOF, and more in this week’s Road to Sunday.

Rivers is too good for Chargers to be so bad – San Diego Union-Tribune
Kevin Acee digs through the numbers and finds what we’ve all suspected: NFL teams with QBs as good as Philip Rivers don’t often find themselves with such a poor win-loss record.

Aztecs Can Clinch Spot In MW Championship Game This Weekend – Mighty 1090 (video)
Jordan Carruth breaks down three things to watch for this weekend as the Aztecs get set to take on UNLV in Las Vegas.


The NBA Climbs the Social Ladder – The Wall Street Journal
In an interview, commissioner Adam Silver explains how the league has embraced its social-media revolution and how the NBA is thinking about their television packages in a new way.

Warriors rally from 23 down to beat Clippers and stay unbeaten – USA Today
Just hours after reigning MVP Stephen Curry joked that he was pretty sure the defending champions would be beat at some point in this regular season, his Warriors pulled off the most improbable, impressive win yet in their sensational start. The final score at the Staples Center, 124-117, doesn’t come close to telling the tale.

Cory Briggs: “The Citizens Of San Diego Will Decide If A Stadium Will Get Done” – Mighty 1090 (Audio)
Attorney Cory Briggs joined Scott and BR to talk about the announcement of signature gathering that will begin today that is part of the Citizens Initiative, he talks about why the initiative is in the best interest of not only the citizens of San Diego but also the Chargers and who he’s talked to that supports his plan.



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