About Rachel Page

Rachel Page Sports Grind Journalist

Rachel Page is a content marketer at Funnel Boost Media in San Antonio. A graduate of Texas Tech University, she previously worked in journalism. Her passions include writing, social media, digital marketing, and sports – especially hockey (yes, even in Texas).


  • Leonard, Harden representing Texas in All-Star Game
    NBA

    Leonard, Harden representing Texas in All-Star Game

    The 2017 NBA All-Star Weekend is upon us. There are events going on all day, with the All-Star Celebrity Game tonight at 6 p.m. This matchup features stars from film, television, music, and sports, and the teams are coached by ESPN personalities Michael Smith and Jemele Hill. The Rising Stars Challenge follows at 8 p.m.

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  • Spurs rout Magic 107-79 heading into All-Star break
    NBA

    Spurs rout Magic 107-79 heading into All-Star break

    It was an ugly game, one in which the Orlando Magic never had much of a chance. The San Antonio Spurs are just bigger and more physical than the Magic. Plus, Orlando was shorthanded Wednesday night. All that combined resulted in a Spurs victory, 107-79. The Magic just can’t seem to catch a break. They’re

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  • Heat visit surging Rockets before All-Star break
    Houston Rockets

    Heat visit surging Rockets before All-Star break

    The Miami Heat are trying to avoid going into the All-Star break with three straight losses. The only way they can do that is by beating the surging Houston Rockets on Wednesday. Houston’s coming into the matchup off of four consecutive wins. “It’s good for us,” All-Star guard James Harden said. “We got one more game before

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  • Spurs edge Pacers for 20th straight winning season
    NBA

    Spurs edge Pacers for 20th straight winning season

    For the 20th consecutive season, the San Antonio Spurs have clinched a winning season – an NBA record. They reached this milestone with a 110-106 road win over the Indiana Pacers. All-star Kawhi Leonard finished with 32 points to lead his team to the victory. Between him, LaMarcus Aldridge, and Tony Parker, the Spurs pushed

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  • Spurs, Pacers head into matchup coming off losses
    NBA

    Spurs, Pacers head into matchup coming off losses

    The San Antonio Spurs and Indiana Pacers face each other tonight for the only time this season – and both teams are looking to bounce back from losses. The Pacers have lost three straight, after winning seven in a row. The Spurs lost Sunday to the New York Knicks, so they’re not in quite the

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  • Where will Tony Romo play in 2017?
    Dallas Cowboys

    Where will Tony Romo play in 2017?

    With the rise of Dak Prescott, the Dallas Cowboys have found their new starting quarterback. This left longtime QB Tony Romo relegated to a backup role this past season. But what will happen next season? Will Romo stay with the Cowboys (with a reworked contract) or will he go to another team where he can

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  • Spurs looking for bounce-back road game vs. 76ers
    NBA

    Spurs looking for bounce-back road game vs. 76ers

    For the second time this month, the San Antonio Spurs are preparing to face the Philadelphia 76ers. They beat the 76ers on Feb. 2, but since then the Spurs have fallen to the Memphis Grizzlies in their lowest-scoring game of the season (89-74). Now, they’re looking to bounce back. Tonight is the Spurs’ second game

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  • Leonard-less Spurs fall to Grizzlies in low-scoring game
    NBA

    Leonard-less Spurs fall to Grizzlies in low-scoring game

    It’s obvious after last night that Kawhi Leonard is an essential part of the San Antonio Spurs’ game. The star was a late scratch due to an injury, and the Memphis Grizzlies took advantage of his absence to beat the Spurs, 89-74. It was, in fact, the Spurs’ lowest-scoring game of the season. They were

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  • Patriots rally to beat Falcons in historic Super Bowl
    NFL

    Patriots rally to beat Falcons in historic Super Bowl

    What a Super Bowl! (And no, I’m not just talking about Lady Gaga, though she killed it.) It was, in the words of Tom Brady, “a hell of a football game.” The New England Patriots made an impressive comeback in the fourth quarter to win their fifth Super Bowl ever, this time against the Atlanta

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  • Get ready for politically-charged Super Bowl commercials
    Entertainment

    Get ready for politically-charged Super Bowl commercials

    We all know the ads are the best part of the Super Bowl (#kiddingnotkidding). But seriously, all the hype surrounding these commercials is usually worth it. The last couple of years have been disappointing, with very few memorable ads. Here’s hoping 2017 is better. As President Donald Trump settles into office, several companies are debuting

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