Aric Almirola sixth after 'overzealous' Stage 2. Hamlin frustrated after severely damaging car. NBC's writers state who they think will win in Sin City. Ryan Blaney comes home in fifth after the South Point at Las Vegas, but he says it was a struggle all day with his race car suffering damage due to being too loose. NASCAR on NBC Sports

He backed that up with a top 10 in the South Point Ryan Newman finished ninth in the South Point after posting the fastest single lap in Saturday morning's practice at Las Vegas. Daniel Suarez finished eighth in the South Point at Las Vegas to become the highest finishing driver who is not in the playoffs.

Kyle Busch spun by himself late in the South Point and slid through the infield grass. He rebounded to finish seventh after late-race carnage decimated the field. Aric Almirola arrested a three-race skid of results outside the top 10 with his sixth-place finish in the South Point at Las Vegas.

Joey Logano had two opportunities to challenge Brad Keselowski for the win, but slow starts in the outside row cost him several positions. He battled back to finish fourth after running with the leaders most of the afternoon. To search for a player use one of two formats: Click to close or press Esc. Braves Verlander strikes out 11, lowers ERA to 2. Alan Williams, Nets agree on 2-way deal Shams: Sports Fantasy March Madness. Highest Searched Drivers over the last 7 days.

Jones 20 2 B. Keselowski 2 3 M. Logano 22 5 K. Harvick 4 6 K. Kahne 95 7 J. McMurray 1 8 K. Busch 18 9 R. Newman 31 10 B. South Point Fantasy Live rules changes will force players to learn a little more about mid-tier drivers.

They will be the difference makers in the next 6—9 weeks. Indy The Big 3 have proven to be human in the past 60 days. That has allowed the field to gain ground as the playoffs loom. Brickyard If qualification and practice are rained out on Saturday, the unknowns rise exponentially and this essentially becomes a guessing game. Golf Central Latest golf news and analysis.

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