Will doubt about Anthony Davis damage the Lakers’ playoff chances? Giannis and Joel Embiid go head-to-head and Eileen Gu makes Olympic history.
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Here are the seven stories you’ll hear about on Friday, Feb. 18, 2022:
- NBA: Anthony Davis’ ankle injury is expected to keep him out for four weeks; he could miss 11 games for the Lakers.
- NBA: Joel Embiid gets the better of Giannis Antetokounmpo as 76ers beat the Bucks and Luka Doncic thanks his daily coffee hit for a big game against the Pelicans.
- NFL: The Rams and Matthew and Kelly Stafford agree to pay medical costs for a photographer injured during the team’s Super Bowl parade.
- NFL: Roger Goodell and team owners and officials meet with civil rights leaders.
- WINTER OLYMPICS: Eileen Gu wins a second gold, her third medal overall, Mikaela Shiffrin receives support ahead of final race and the U.S. men’s curling defeat angers Mr. T.
- SOCCER USWNT: The team earns a draw in the opening match of #SheBelieves Cup campaign, the 200th appearance for Becky Sauerbrunn.
- SOCCER: Jesse Marsch is linked to Leeds United head coach job in the Premier League.