4:06 AM ET SALT LAKE CITY — James Harden claimed he had no clue that he missed his first 15 field goal attempts in Saturday’s Game 3, the most consecutive misses from the floor in any game of his career. It certainly didn’t impact the reigning MVP’s confidence. Harden scored 14 of his 22 points
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Apr 20, 2019 NEW YORK — Lightweight Teofimo Lopez Jr., the 2018 ESPN prospect of the year, has become a contender, and he showed it Saturday night. Lopez scored a one-punch, body-shot knockout of former world title challenger and former two-time European champion Edis Tatli in the fifth round of the co-feature of the Top
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12:35 AM ET Washington Capitals winger T.J. Oshie broke his collarbone when Carolina Hurricanes forward Warren Foegele pushed him into the boards on Thursday, the Washington Post reported Saturday night. He is “almost certain” to be out for the playoffs, according to the the newspaper, which cited two people with direct knowledge of the situation.
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11:51 PM ET ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — As he packed for a quick three-game road trip to Syracuse, New York, on Thursday, Michael Chavis stared at his bag, then his locker, and again at his bag. He’d packed too much stuff. He didn’t need all those gloves, bats and knickknacks, he thought. Just three T-shirts
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11:55 PM ET Associated Press KAPOLEI, Hawaii — Brooke Henderson successfully defended her Lotte Championship title Saturday to tie Sandra Post’s record for LPGA Tour victories by a Canadian with eight. The 21-year-old Henderson closed with a 2-under 70 at breezy Ko Olina Golf Club for a four-stroke victory over Eun-Hee Ji. Henderson rebounded from
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11:13 PM ET SAN ANTONIO, Texas — The last time the Denver Nuggets won a game in San Antonio Spurs in 2012, All-Star center Nikola Jokic was 17 years old. “I was riding horses probably,” he said. The Nuggets rode out of AT&T Center on Saturday night after doing something this current roster had never
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1:09 AM ET ESPN News Services ANAHEIM, Calif. — Los Angeles Angels slugger Albert Pujols surpassed Babe Ruth for fifth place in baseball history with his 1,993rd career RBI. Pujols passed the Babe in the ninth inning on Saturday night with a solo homer to center field off Anthony Swarzak, though the Angels lost to
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