Lonzo Ball Goes for Near Triple-Double as Lakers Come Back to Beat Grizzlies
Lonzo Ball overcame a slow start to help the Los Angeles Lakers pull off a 100-93 comeback win over the Memphis Grizzlies on Saturday. After playing 44 minutes in Thursday's loss against the New Orleans Pelicans, Ball was on the floor for 42 minutes against the Grizzlies. The rookie point guard nearly had a triple-double with 12 points of 5-of-13 shooting, 10 assists and eight rebounds. Playing...
Stoneman Douglas tennis players hosted at Miami Open on 'March For Our Lives' day
KEY BISCAYNE, Florida -- The boys and girls tennis teams from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School ended the "March For Our Lives" day of remembrance and activism by standing on stadium court before the night session at the Miami Open, as tournament organizers hosted them to show support. A huge banner with the school's name and logo was unfurled and Stoneman Douglas student Angelique Meneses s...
New Zealand v England: first Test, day four– live.
NZ resume with 175-run lead and six first-innings wickets in hand Vic Marks: England may need to rely on the rain Contact Tanya via email or on Twitter @tjaldred 12.39am GMT 2nd over: England 233-4 (Watling 18, Nicholls 52) Anderson varies the length from good to shorter and Watlling looks, and waits, and watches and it is another maiden . 12.35am GMT 1st over: England 233-4 (Watling 18, Nichol...
Loyola trounces Kansas State 78-62, its Final Four dream is a reality
Members of Loyola’s last Final Four team from 55 years ago cheered as the Ramblers replicated what hasn’t been done in Rogers Park since their national championship. As unlikely as it sounds, Loyola is headed back to the Final Four. And they did got there with a blowout: 78-62 against Kansas State. ...
Loyola-Chicago Is in the Final Four After a Rout of Kansas State
The 11th-seeded Ramblers, who won their first three tournament games by a combined 4 points, rolled over Kansas State on Saturday night in the South Regional final.
After Early Miami Exit, Roger Federer Says He’ll Skip the French Open
Thanasi Kokkinakis, ranked 175th, upset Federer, 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (4), in the second round of the Miami Open. Federer will lose the No. 1 ranking next week.
New England Patriots player Duron Harmon arrested in Costa Rica for trying to bring marijuana into country
New England Patriots safety Duron Harmon was arrested in Costa Rica for trying to bring marijuana into the country and was sent back to the U.S.
'This will probably cause an uproar': Johnny Manziel speaks out in support of Colin Kaepernick on Twitter
Loyola-Chicago fourth No. 11 seed to reach the Final Four
An improbable NCAA tournament took its craziest turn yet Saturday when Ben Richardson scored a career-high 23 points and the 11th-seeded Ramblers romped to a 78-62 victory over Kansas State to cap off a stunning run through the bracket-busting South Regional.
Washington rowing holds Class Day Regatta, traditional start of season, looking to be ‘tip of the spear’
Ichiro getting a day off after being hit in head as Mariners roll out most of their regulars against Cubs
Knee woes: Steph, Kyrie not expected back until playoffs
The NBA playoffs start in three weeks. Whether Boston’s Kyrie Irving and Golden State’s Stephen Curry will be ready when the postseason starts seems doubtful, at best. The Celtics said that Irving will need at least three and possibly as many as six weeks to recover from a procedure performed to relieve irritation on his […]
NCAA women's tournament: Notre Dame rallies to reach Elite Eight
Muffet McGraw checked through the list of all the things Notre Dame did poorly early on. Bad shot selection. Lack of rebounding. Not enough stops on defense. “We got down big. We’ve been down in other games. We feel like we are poised and can come back,”McGraw said. As McGraw expected, the top-seeded...
Federer's stunning loss leaves Miami tournament wide open
(Reuters) - Roger Federer suffered a shock 3-6 6-3 7-6(4) defeat to Australian wildcard Thanasi Kokkinakis on Saturday that will cost the Swiss his world number one ranking and leaves the Miami men's tournament wide open.
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