Everyone can learn from J.R. Smith’s massive mistake at the end of Game 1 of the NBA Finals. Even the Chicago Bears.
On Wednesday, Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky told NFL Network the team watched Smith’s blunder the day after it happened to better understand situational awareness.
We actually watched that the next days as a team and tried to learn from the situation, Trubisky said. I was having a hard time watching it twice again, but it just goes to show you everyone gets caught up in the moment even if it’s the biggest of lights. But you always have to know the situation, so take advantage of it.
Pittsburgh was without second baseman and leadoff hitter Josh Harrison, absent because of a personal matter, according to Hurdle.
Catcher Francisco Cervelli was struck on the mask and left side of his jaw by Heyward’s foul ball in the third inning, then was replaced by Elias Diaz for the bottom of the fourth.
Chicago’s Javier Baez entered in the ninth, and the second baseman ended the game with a neat grab.
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Covey pitched six scoreless innings and Chicago’s bullpen finished up a three-hitter, lifting the White Sox over the Boston Red Sox 1-0 on Friday night.
Kevan Smith had two hits and scored the only run after leading off the seventh with a ground-rule double, scoring on Trayce Thompson’s one-out single to left off former White Sox ace Chris Sale.
Give credit to both chuckers today. Dylan did a great job, did a great job. So did Sale, Chicago manager Rick Renteria said. Dylan ended up holding his own.
Covey (2-1) more than kept pace with Sale (5-4), who lost his third straight start despite striking out 10 in eight innings.