Watch the Game Highlights from Greensboro Swarm vs. Lakeland Magic, 03/01/2021
Watch the Game Highlights from Greensboro Swarm vs. Lakeland Magic, 03/01/2021
The Boston Celtics have won four of their past five games to climb above the .500 mark, but that record will be tested over the next week. First stop is Denver for a Sunday matinee game against one of the hottest teams in the league before dates in Portland and Los Angeles against the Lakers. The Nuggets have won eight straight and 17 of their past 20, including the past three without second-leading scorer Jamal Murray, who is sidelined with right-knee soreness.
Sir Richard was listed at number 435 in The Sunday Times Rich List in 2020.
The Arizona Coyotes hope to carry the momentum of a strong finish in Friday's 7-4 loss to Vegas into Sunday afternoon's rematch with the Golden Knights in Las Vegas. Arizona fell behind 4-0 in the first nine minutes, when Vegas had 18 of its season-high 22 first-period shots on goal. The Golden Knights were cruising with a 5-0 lead when Nick Schmaltz scored with just 53 seconds remaining in the second period, the first of three consecutive Coyotes goals over a 4:33 span.
Nothing really remarkable about that except when and where it happened: Will Zalatoris was in contention and standing in the middle of the 13th fairway at Augusta National, one of the last places on the planet where sleepy will do. Or else because there’s already such a “pinch-me” quality to the story of how Zalatoris got himself into contention at the Masters that worrying about what could go wrong was the last thing on the 24-year-old’s mind.
Further tributes to Philip feature in Sunday’s papers.
The Duke of Edinburgh's death on Friday officially began the UK's period of national mourning. The period of national mourning came after the Queen approved a recommendation by Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Union flags at royal residences and on government buildings were lowered to half-mast on Friday and will stay that way until 8am on the day after the funeral.
Junior sprinter Patrick Ize-Iyamu of Chaminade turns on the speed at Simi Valley Invitational.
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After thunderstorms rumbled through Augusta National, the treacherous greens suddenly got a lot more inviting. While Japan's Hideki Matsuyama surged to a four-stroke lead in the third round of the Masters, a bunch of other expected challengers got stuck in neutral or fell by the wayside. Justin Rose, who led after each of the first two days, had to scramble mightily just to manage his second straight 72.
The Dallas Mavericks will look to continue their climb up the Western Conference standings and take advantage of a rare break from the rigors of the COVID-influenced NBA schedule when they host the reeling San Antonio Spurs on Sunday evening. The Mavericks have won six of their past seven games to move into the seventh spot in the West. Dallas' most recent game was a 116-101 home win over short-handed Milwaukee on Thursday that came a night after the Mavs lost at Houston.
Monarch is expected to return to public life after ‘brief period of mourning’
The Minnesota Timberwolves thought Zach LaVine would develop into a star when they selected him with the 13th pick in the 2014 NBA Draft. The Timberwolves were correct in that assessment, but LaVine's stardom has been for Chicago, and it will be on display again when the Bulls visit Minnesota on Sunday night. LaVine is fresh off a career-best 50 points in Friday's 120-108 loss to the Atlanta Hawks.
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Dejoun Lee ran 14 times for 109 yards and two touchdowns to help Delaware beat Delaware State 34-14 on Saturday night. Nolan Henderson passed for 167 yards, a touchdown and no interceptions for the No. 8 Blue Hens (4-0), who scored the first 31 points of the game and have won their first four games of the season for the first time since 2012. Lee scored on TD runs of 7 yards in the first quarter and 14 yards in the second.
Hideki Matsuyama shot a seven-under 65 in the third round of the Masters and leads by four over four players, including Justin Rose, going into Sunday.
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Cell phones are almost entirely forbidden at Augusta National, so imagine Tony Finau’s surprise Saturday when he got told during a weather delay that someone wanted to talk with him. Here’s what happened: Play was suspended around 4 p.m. because of dangerous weather in the area, and Finau went to the caddie house to wait for the resumption of play. Dunne approached Finau and said, “somebody wants to talk to you.”
Maybe, say some, if the Deep State is battling sex trafficking.
CLEVELAND — Aaron Civale allowed just three hits while dominating Detroit over 7 2/3 innings and was backed by five home runs, including Jordan Luplow's three-run shot, as the Cleveland Indians pounded the Tigers 11-3 on Saturday night. Luplow narrowly missed a second three-run homer, settling for a two-run double to finish with a career-high five RBIs. Civale (2-0), who beat the Tigers in his season debut a week ago, continued a run of strong starting pitching for Cleveland. The right-hander gave up two singles and faced the minimum through six innings before Robbie Grossman homered off him in the seventh. Civale didn't give up a walk and struck out six before manager Terry Francona replaced him in the eighth after 90 pitches. Jeimer Candelario hit a two-run homer in the ninth for Detroit. Luplow's 432-foot shot to straightaway centre with two outs in the fourth off Tarik Skubal (0-1) put the Indians ahead 6-0. Franmil Reyes hit his third homer in two days, Roberto Pérez and Andrés Giménez each added a two-run homer and César Hernández had a solo shot for the Indians, who will try to complete a three-game series sweep Sunday. The Indians have homered nine times in their past three games. They're 4-0 when hitting more than one homer. Luplow appeared to hit his second three-run homer in the sixth, but the umpires ruled it hit the top of the wall in left and the call was upheld following an unusually long video review. Luplow crouched at second base almost as if he was praying while the umpires conferred. With Detroit starting a left-hander, Luplow got the start in centre because he's a .270 career hitter against lefties. In the fourth, Yu Chang doubled with one out, Pérez walked, and one out later, Luplow rocketed his second homer to the deepest part of Progressive Field. NO-NO HISTORY With San Diego finally getting its first no-hitter on Friday, the Indians now have the longest current drought between no-nos in the majors. Cleveland hasn't had one since Len Barker's perfect game in 1981. Of course, the Indians also own the longest ongoing World Series drought dating to 1948. CLASE ACT Emmanuel Clase has been a revelation for the Indians after the reliever spent last season on the restricted list due to an 80-game drug suspension. The team knew the right-hander, who came over in 2019 from Texas in the trade involving two-time Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber, had potential. They didn't expect him to blossom this quickly. “We didn’t get a chance to get to know him last spring real well,” Francona said. "Then he was gone and he was out in Arizona. This spring, he seems like a different person. He’s really embraced being a part of our team and our organization. “Boy, he loves to fill up the strike zone. That’s a good thing. His future and present is really bright." TRAINER'S ROOM Tigers: RHP Julio Teheran will miss multiple starts with a shoulder strain. Teheran was warming up for Friday's series opener when he felt tightness in his triceps and was shut down. The 30-year-old was a non-roster invitee this spring. Michael Fulmer, the 2016 AL Rookie of the Year who underwent Tommy John surgery in 2019, will temporarily take Teheran's rotation spot. UP NEXT Indians LHP Logan Allen (0-1) makes his second start in the series finale against Detroit's José Ureña (0-1). ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Tom Withers, The Associated Press
VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Canucks are expected to return to the ice Sunday, nearly two weeks after a COVID-19 outbreak swept through the team. The NHL said the Canucks can reopen their facilities Sunday pending the results of Saturday's tests. If Vancouver gets a clean bill of health, it will host the Edmonton Oilers on Friday. "The Canucks' organization has, and will continue to follow, all recommended guidelines aimed at protecting the health and safety of its players, staff and community at large as set by the NHL, local, provincial and federal agencies," the league said in a statement. The Canucks said in a tweet Saturday that players will return to training and limited individual practices Sunday, with a full group practice scheduled for Wednesday. Twenty-five people, including 21 players and four coaching staff, have tested positive for the virus during the outbreak. One other player has been deemed a close contact. General manager Jim Benning said Friday that many of the players who fell ill were feeling better. "I think our players, for the most part, our players are on the other side of it,'' he said. "We still have family members that are getting sick and I think the players worry about that.'' The outbreak saw seven Canucks' games postponed between March 31 and April 14. The NHL has rescheduled those games, with Vancouver's regular season now set to end on May 16 with a visit to the Calgary Flames. It will be a gruelling end to the Canucks' campaign, with 19 games in 30 days, including six sets of back-to-backs. The revisions forced the NHL to once again rejig the North Division schedule, moving 13 games and changing the start times for two others. The league initially planned to end the regular season on May 8 and said Saturday it will wait to see how the season plays out before announcing when the playoffs will begin. "With the newly revised end date for the regular season for the North Division, it is possible that the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the East, Central and West Divisions could open a few days earlier than the North Division," the league said in a statement. Vancouver (16-18-3) has not played a game since March 24 when it lost 5-1 to the visiting Winnipeg Jets. The COVID-19 outbreak swept through the team the following week, starting on March 30 when forward Adam Gaudette was pulled off the ice mid-practice after his daily test came back positive. The Canucks were set to host the Flames the following night, but the game was called off shortly before puck drop after defenceman Travis Hamonic and a member of the coaching staff tested positive. Nineteen Canucks players were listed on the NHL's COVID-19 protocol Saturday. A player on the COVID-19 protocol list has not necessarily tested positive. Players who are in self-isolation after travelling or who've been in close contact with someone who tested positive, for example, are also on the list. The list does not include team staff or players not on the active roster, including those on the taxi squad. The Canucks said on Wednesday that a variant is involved in the outbreak. Full genome sequencing is being conducted by the B.C. Centre for Disease Control to determine which specific variant. This report by The Canadian Press was first published April 10, 2021. The Canadian Press