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The Rams, who have playmakers on both offense and defense, gave up a haul to acquire the quarterback they wanted.
Murray is the lead ball-handler and playmaker, as well as an exceptional defender.
He should ponder how deadly he could be as a secondary playmaker sharing the court with two stars who have won seven of the past 11 scoring titles.
The Crimson Tide is loaded with playmakers on offense and may provide an even bigger challenge for Ohio State’s defense than Clemson did.
Kane has been dropping deeper and functioning more as a playmaker than an out-and-out striker, and he and Son look like the most dangerous duo in England, if not all of Europe.
This year, he spent too much again to land Gordon Hayward on a four-year, $120 million contract just days after selecting LaMelo Ball, a high-upside lead playmaker, with the third pick in the draft.
Our whole wide receiver group, they’re just a bunch of playmakers.
I am no playmaker, and, for pledging your healths, I love none of the four you drank to so well.
It is to require the story-teller and the playmaker to prove a thesis that common sense must reject.
It was the work of a playmaker rather than a poet, and the verse had none of the elevation of Godfreys or Rogerss.

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