Kings vs. Mavericks – Game Recap – March 26, 2019

[ad_1] DALLAS -- De'Aaron Fox scored 23 points, including a crucial basket to help Sacramento stay in front in the final minute, and the Kings beat the Dallas Mavericks 125-121 on Tuesday night.With the Kings leading by two, Fox drove and missed a layup but got his own rebound and tried again. The second attempt went in for a 121-117 lead with 26 seconds remaining as Sacramento finished 3-0 against

Bobrovsky earns career-high 8th shutout of season in Blue Jackets’ 4-0 win over Islanders

[ad_1] COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Sergei Bobrovsky picked up his second consecutive shutout as the Columbus Blue Jackets keep scrapping to get above the Eastern Division wild-card line. Bobrovsky was excellent again as the Blue Jackets beat the New York Islanders 4-0 on Tuesday night. With Montreal’s win over Florida, Columbus remained two points behind the Canadiens for the second wild-card spot and three behind Carolina for the first. Something
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Smashed rackets and obscenities — the full Nick Kyrgios experience

[ad_1] MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- Nick Kyrgios was furious. Borna Coric had just broken him in their fourth-round clash on Tuesday in the Grandstand at the Miami Open. Coric still trailed, 4-6, 4-2, but now he was back into the match.Kyrgios hurled his racket headfirst into the blue-gray hardcourt. The top splintered with a crack like a rifle shot -- or a Kyrgios forehand -- and the racket bounced away.

Tomas Tatar lifts Canadiens past Panthers 6-1

[ad_1] MONTREAL (AP) — Tomas Tatar had two goals and an assist to lead the Montreal Canadiens over the Florida Panthers 6-1 on Tuesday night to remain in playoff position. Brett Kulak, Artturi Lehkonen, Phillip Danault and Max Domi also scored for the Canadiens (41-28-8), who have won four of five. Carey Price stopped 33 shots in his ninth consecutive start. Price has allowed 13 goals in his past eight

LB Wagner ‘going to be a Seahawk’

[ad_1] 11:02 PM ETBrady HendersonESPN PHOENIX -- The top of the market for inside linebackers just shot way up, but the rising price tag doesn't seem to have dampened coach Pete Carroll's optimism about the Seattle Seahawks getting an extension done this offseason with Bobby Wagner.Speaking from the owners meetings on Tuesday, Carroll didn't have much to say about a possible extension for quarterback Russell Wilson, who like Wagner is
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Kingsbury to allow Cardinals ‘cellphone breaks’

[ad_1] PHOENIX -- New Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury won't waste any time using his college coaching background to help him in the NFL.Kingsbury said Tuesday at the NFL owners meetings that he'll implement "cellphone breaks" during team meetings. He did something similar while coach at Texas Tech but will adapt it for NFL players."They're itching to get to those things," he said.Kingsbury will let the players break for their

Heat raise Bosh’s No. 1 jersey to the rafters

[ad_1] MIAMI -- Chris Bosh couldn't end his night -- a night full of great memories, emotional tributes and colorful stories -- without his scream, made famous during the Big 3 era.So he unleashed a ferocious yell of 'come on' to Miami Heat fans, and they gave it right back and more.On Tuesday, Bosh became the fourth Heat player to have his jersey lifted to the rafters of the American

Andrerson gets 2nd shutout, Senators beat Sabres 4-0

[ad_1] OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Craig Anderson stopped 35 shots for his second shutout of the season and the Ottawa Senators beat the Buffalo Sabres 4-0 Tuesday night. Brian Gibbons had a goal and an assist, and Anthony Duclair, Rudolfs Balcers and Magnus Paajarvi also scored. The Senators won the first of a four-game homestand after going 1-2-0 on a three-game trip through Western Canada. Ottawa has won its last
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Top prospect Tatis on Padres’ Opening Day roster

[ad_1] Fernando Tatis Jr., the No. 1 overall prospect in baseball, according to ESPN's Keith Law, has made the San Diego Padres' Opening Day roster, his father told The Associated Press on Tuesday night.Fernando Tatis, who played parts of 11 seasons in the big leagues, said he received a call from his son after the team's exhibition game in Seattle informing him of the team's decision. The senior Tatis said