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Daily Recap – December 6, 2021


Lead Sports Co. today announced the launch of Lead Softball, and introduced Haylie McCleney as a co-founder and investor in Lead Softball. Lead Softball will hold a 4-day softball summit in San Diego in June 2022 for girls ages 13-18. Lead Sports’ mission is to empower female athletes, primarily through summits and academies.

Shaquera Wade was part of a US Armed Forces basketball team that took the Gold Medal at the 2021 SHAPE International Basketball Tournament in Belgium over the weekend. The SHAPE tournament is an annual tournament for the countries that are part of NATO. Wade, a member of the US Air Force, is currently stationed in the United Kingdom.

Baltimore coach John Harbaugh confirmed today that Marlon Humphrey suffered a torn pectoral muscle yesterday, and is out for the remainder of the season.

The Tennessee Titans designated Julio Jones to return from Injured Reserve, clearing the way for him to return to practice this week.

Damien Harris ran for 111 and New England’s lone touchdown in the Patriots’ win at Buffalo in frigid conditions. Mac Jones only attempted 3 passes (completing 2) in the game, marking the fewest pass attempts in a win in the last 30 years.

Retin Obasohan scored 22 points to lead Hapoel Jerusalem to a win in Champions League play today.

Community Outreach

Levi Wallace and teammate Taron Johnson surprised a Buffalo area Army veteran and current paramedic with tickets to a future Bills game.

Media Appearances

List of press conferences:

Week 14 Injury Reports

Practice Reports – Monday (Thursday game):
  • Did Not Practice – Isaiah Buggs (ankle).
  • Limited Participation – N/A
  • Full Participation – N/A


  • Julio Jones – designated to return to practice by the Tennessee Titans.
  • Jared Mayden – reverted back to the practice squad after Week 13 by the Philadelphia Eagles.

Scenes and Highlights

Game Results


Champions League Group Play:
Hapoel Jerusalem 85, Pinar Karsiyaka 65.
Retin Obasohan – 36 minutes, 22 points (5-8 2pg, 2-6 3pg, 6-10 FT), 1 rebound, 5 assists, 3 steals, 3 turnovers, 3 fouls.

Chicago 109, Denver 97.
JaMychal Green – 11 minutes, 2 points (1-6 2pg, 0-2 3pg), 3 rebounds, 3 fouls.

Phoenix 108, San Antonio 104.
Joshua Primo – 18 minutes, 5 points (1-2 2pg, 1-3 3pg), 2 rebounds, 3 steals, 4 blocks, 0 fouls.	


New England 14, Buffalo 10.
Mac Jones – 2-3, 19 yds, 84.0 QBR; 5 rushes, -3 yds; 1 fumble (not lost)
Damien Harris – 10 rushes, 111 yds, 1 TD; 1 fumble recovery
Dont’a Hightower – 7 tackles
Christian Barmore – 1 tackle, 1 QBH
Levi Wallace – 3 tackles, 1 TFL


IWBF Women’s European Championships, Group Play:
Netherlands 81, France 28.
Loeiza Vari Le Roux – 24 minutes, 0 points, 1 rebound

IWBF Women’s European Championships, Group Play:
Germany 55, Spain 34.
Kate Lang – 39 minutes, 22 points, 18 rebounds, 9 assists, 3 steals, 1 block
Catharina Weiss – 29 minutes, 2 points, 1 assist

IWBF Men’s European Championships, Group Play:
Spain 86, Lithuania 48.
Ignacio Ortega – 26 minutes, 15 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists, 4 steals.

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