Today: April 20, 2024
Today: April 20, 2024

Sports

Braves' Travis d'Arnaud hits first 3 HRs of season, including go-ahead slam, in 8-3 win over Rangers

Travis d’Arnaud hit a go-ahead grand slam in the sixth inning for a three-homer game and the Braves beat the Texas Rangers 8-3 for their fifth straight win

The Heat are headed to Boston after ousting the Bulls 112-91 in East play-in finale

Tyler Herro scored 24 points and was an assist shy of a triple-double, rookie Jaime Jaquez Jr. added 21 points and the Miami Heat grabbed the last spot in the Eastern Conference playoffs, running away from the Chicago Bulls 112-91 in a play-in tournament elimination game

Nelly Korda 1 shot back through 36 holes at Chevron Championship as she chases 5th straight victory

Nelly Korda is one shot off the lead through 36 holes at the Chevron Championship as she seeks to tie an LPGA Tour record with her fifth straight win

Phillies' Spencer Turnbull has no-hit bid through 6 innings vs. White Sox

Spencer Turnbull has not allowed a hit through six innings for the Philadelphia Phillies against the Chicago White Sox

Collin Morikawa part of 4-way tie for the lead at Hilton Head. Scottie Scheffler lurks 3 shots back

Every round brings Collin Morikawa closer to where he feels his game should be

Nuggets forward Michael Porter Jr. heads into playoffs against Lakers after trying week for family

Michael Porter Jr.'s teammates on the Denver Nuggets say their starting forward seems to be handling his family's troubles well as the team heads into the playoffs

Mario Andretti offended by F1 rejection. 'If they want want blood, well, I’m ready,' says 1978 champ

Mario Andretti says he was deeply offended by the language Formula One Management used in denying his family and General Motors the opportunity to join the global motorsports series

Coyotes' move to Salt Lake City elicits opposing responses in 2 cities

NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman sat next to the former Arizona Coyotes owner in a downtown Phoenix hotel meeting room, trying to put a positive spin on the funeral for a franchise

Cavaliers feel better prepared for playoff stage after '23 flop, face Magic in first-round series

The Cavaliers have waited a year to redeem themselves in the NBA playoffs

UConn freshman Stephon Castle declares for NBA draft and becomes school's second one-and-done player

UConn freshman Stephon Castle has entered his name into the NBA draft, becoming the fifth Husky starter to at least explore moving on after Connecticut’s latest title run

The NBA playoffs are finally here. And as LeBron James says, 'it's a sprint now'

There’s a 64-win team in Boston that ran away with the league’s best record

His goal likely saved Ferguson's job at Man United. Now Coventry coach could push Ten Hag near exit

In 1990 Mark Robins scored a goal that has long been credited for saving former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson his job and provided the platform for more than two decades of success

Montreal scores twice in final minutes and rallies to beat Minnesota 4-3 in PWHL

Kristin O’Neill scored twice, and Montreal rallied to beat Minnesota 4-3 on Thursday night in the Professional Women’s Hockey League

NFL draft will include many Michigan men, maybe enough to break record set by 2022 Georgia Bulldogs

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Olympic organizers unveil strategy for using artificial intelligence in sports

Olympic organizers have unveiled their plans to use artificial intelligence in sports, joining the global rush to capitalize on the rapidly advancing technology

Olympic sports bodies criticize track and field's move to pay $50,000 for Paris gold medalists

The collective group of Summer Games sports has criticized World Athletics for promising to pay $50,000 for each track and field gold medal won at the Paris Olympics

Defending champ Golden Knights to face top-seeded Stars in playoffs after 4-1 loss to Ducks

Frank Vatrano scored three goals and the Anaheim Ducks finished their season on a high note, defeating the playoff-bound Vegas Golden Knights 4-1

LA Kings rally late, finish 3rd in the Pacific Division with a 5-4 overtime victory over Chicago

The Los Angeles Kings earned a playoff rematch with Edmonton by jumping into third place in the Pacific Division with a 5-4 overtime victory against the Chicago Blackhawks

Utah and Florida clinch final two spots at NCAA championship, denying Oklahoma's bid for three-peat

Utah and Florida clinched the remaining two spots at the NCAA women’s gymnastics championship on Thursday night, denying No. 1 overall seed Oklahoma a chance at a three-peat

Soldiers who lost limbs in Gaza war are finding healing on Israel's amputee soccer team

Israel's national amputee soccer team is heading to France for the 2024 European Amputee Football Championships in June

Chasing 5th straight win, Nelly Korda is 2 shots back at Chevron Championship after a first-round 68

Nelly Korda, who is looking to tie an LPGA Tour record with her fifth straight win, shot a 4-under 68 in the opening round of the Chevron Championship

Kawhi Leonard fighting 'stubborn inflammation' and is questionable for Game 1 of playoffs

Kawhi Leonard has been fighting “very, very stubborn inflammation” in his surgically repaired right knee for three weeks

Scheffler wiped out from Masters and opens with a 69 at Hilton Head. He trails Poston by 6 shots

Scottie Scheffler is wiped out from his emotional Masters win and he's already back to work

GM Mike Dunleavy, Warriors look to regroup after missing the playoffs with Curry, Green, Thompson

General manager Mike Dunleavy Jr. and the rest of Golden State’s front office staff had a feeling this season would wind up short of the ultimate goal

Heat star Jimmy Butler has sprained ligament in knee, will be sidelined several weeks

The results are in: Jimmy Butler is out

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