Do the Dodgers have momentum heading into Game 5 against Giants? | PTI

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Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon debate if the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Game 4 NLDS win gives them momentum heading into Game 5 against the San Francisco Giants.

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