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Michael Rand and Chris Hine weigh in in the week's hot sports topics.
The gathering is part of a deal with former punter Chris Kluwe, aiming to promote inclusion.
North Score: The influence of analytics continues expansion into baseball, as evidenced by a growing reliance on outfield positioning charts. But baseball instinct remains part of the equation.
North Score: Wild fans might not want to hear it, but the Golden Knights used the scraps from 30 teams, including Erik Haula and Alex Tuch, to make first-year history.
North Score: Pitchers are throwing harder, and with more knowledge, and hitters are swinging for the fences. Does this make for better baseball?
North Score: The Packers and new general manager Brian Gutekunst were among the busiest teams working the trade market. What did they pull off?
North Score: The Rockets scored 50 points in the first half. Then they scored 50 points in the third quarter, changing the entire tone of their playoff series with the Wolves.
North Score: The former MVP is leading the Wolves in usage rate, an indicator he has become the No. 1 X-factor in this first-round series.
A deeper look shows that Winnipeg had three times as many high-quality or "high-danger" shots in Tuesday night's game.
North Score: From the corners of the court, the Rockets hit at a three-point rate of 39.6 percent.