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(7-4) New England Patriots25vs. (4-6) Atlanta Falcons 0
Bill Belichick's defense caused four interceptions, four sacks, and gave up barely over 200 total yards en route to the shutout.
After pulling starting quarterback Matt Ryan, Falcons backups Josh Rosen and Feleipe Franks both threw interceptions on just four total pass attempts.
(11-5) Miami Heat 112 vs. (10-5) Washington Wizards 97
Jimmy Butler poured in 32 points and 5 assists while Bam Adebayo had 20 points and 9 rebounds to keep the Heat in front of the Wizards the entire second half.
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A. Barry Bonds’ seventh MVP award -- and fourth straight -- came when he was over 40 years old. He also won the batting title, hitting .376 with 45 home runs while setting a league record in walks and intentional walks despite only seeing 373 at-bats. Roided Bonds was too good.