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Bubba wins second Masters in three ...

Bubba wins second Masters in three years

Bubba Watson won the Masters for the second time in three years on Sunday, beating Jordan Spieth and Jonas Blixt by three shots.
Saban: Talks with Peyton, Gase not ...

Saban: Talks with Peyton, Gase not together

Nick Saban visited with Peyton Manning at the Alabama football offices early last week. Saban also spent time with Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase on the same day and in the same location. But don't connect the dots any further, Saban says.
Wings' Datsyuk sends top-seeded Bru...

Wings' Datsyuk sends top-seeded Bruins to loss

Pavel Datsyuk scored at 16:59 of the third period, moments after Jimmy Howard's best save of the game, and the Detroit Red Wings beat the top-seeded Boston Bruins 1-0 in the opener of their Eastern Conference playoff series Friday night.
Sources: Woodson 'bracing' for the ...

Sources: Woodson 'bracing' for the worst

While it is widely believed that the New York Knicks have already made the decision to move on from coach Mike Woodson, sources tell ESPN The Magazine's Chris Broussard that nothing will be announced this weekend.
76ers owner terms 19-win season 'su...

76ers owner terms 19-win season 'success'

Billions of dollars couldn't console Philadelphia 76ers owner Joshua Harris this season.
Federer routs Djokovic in Monte Car...

Federer routs Djokovic in Monte Carlo semis

Australian Open champion Stanislas Wawrinka reached the Monte Carlo Masters final after beating Spaniard David Ferrer 6-1, 7-6 (3) on Saturday to set up a possible all-Swiss decider against Roger Federer.

MSNBC

Datsyuk's late goal lifts Detroit o...

Datsyuk's late goal lifts Detroit over Boston 1-0

BOSTON (AP) Pavel Datsyuk scored at 16:59 of the third period, moments after Jimmy Howard's best save of the game, and the Detroit Red Wings beat the top-seeded Boston Bruins 1-0 in the opener of their Eastern Conference playoff series Friday night.

The Bruins won the Presidents' Trophy for the best record in the regular season but were locked in a tight game in which neither team had many solid scoring opportunities.

The winning goal came when Datsyuk carried the puck from the right side to the left in Boston's zone and put a 30-footer from near the left circle past goalie Tuukka Rask's left glove.

Ryan Getzlaf leads Ducks past Stars...

Ryan Getzlaf leads Ducks past Stars 3-2 in Game 2

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) Ryan Getzlaf had a goal and an assist while wearing a facemask over his lacerated jaw, Corey Perry scored his first playoff goal in three years, and the Anaheim Ducks beat the Dallas Stars 3-2 Friday night to take a 2-0 lead in their first-round series.

Rookie Frederik Andersen made 34 saves in his second postseason start, and Andrew Cogliano scored a short-handed goal in the third period as the Ducks moved halfway to their first series victory since 2009. Anaheim has won just one postseason round since its only Stanley Cup title in 2007.

Kari Lehtonen stopped 16 shots, while Alex Chiasson and Ryan Garbutt scored for the wild-card Stars, who took two one-goal losses to open their first playoff series since 2008.

Game 3 is Monday in Dallas.

Getzlaf was hit in the face by Tyler Seguin's shot in the final minute of Game 1, leaving him with bruises and a ragged cut on the left side of his face. His wife then gave birth to their third child early Friday morning, a daughter named Willa.

None of it could stop Anaheim's captain from getting back in the lineup and making enormous plays to keep the Ducks on track. He wore a clear facemask around his jaw and mouth in a prudent concession by a player who doesn't like even wearing a visor.

After a raucous pregame ovation from an Orange County crowd that recognized his toughness, Getzlaf then scored a first-period goal and set up Cogliano's short-handed tally in the third period.

Perry hadn't scored a playoff goal in 10 games since April 2011, getting blanked during the Ducks' seven-game loss to Detroit in the first round last spring. But the Canadian Olympic gold medalist knows how to fill a net: He was the NHL's second-leading goal-scorer this season, trailing only Alex Ovechkin.

Half of Dallas' skaters made playoff debuts in the series opener, but the Stars came out for Game 2 with more confidence and poise from the opening faceoff, and Chiasson put Dallas ahead early on a power play, one-timing a pass from captain Jamie Benn for his first career playoff goal.

Both teams had an added physical edge in the rematch. Trevor Daley jumped on top of Perry and pummeled him with both hands in the Stars' crease during the first period in response to a perceived slight.

Anaheim struggled to match the Stars' pace early, but after another fruitless Ducks power play, Getzlaf evened it by himself. He took the puck away from Erik Cole and skated in on Lehtonen, scoring high for his second goal of the series.

Perry put the Ducks ahead late in the first period after intercepting a pass between Seguin and Benn before rocketing a slap shot past Lehtonen from close range.

Anaheim killed a penalty to end the third period and then extended its lead during another kill early in the third. Cogliano, the Ducks' dominant forechecker and penalty-killer, got away with breaking Sergei Gonchar's stick in the Dallas end before Getzlaf controlled the puck and fed Cogliano for the score.

Garbutt kept the Stars close with a goal in front of Andersen on a setup from Shawn Horcoff midway through the third. Dallas tilted the ice decidedly in its favor in the final minutes, but Anaheim killed a penalty on Getzlaf with 3 minutes to play before surviving a last-minute scramble. Nick Bonino blocked the Stars' final shot.

NOTES: Dallas D Brenden Dillon missed his third straight game with a lower-body injury, and the Stars scratched veteran D Aaron Rome in favor of rookie Kevin Connauton, who made his playoff debut. ... The Ducks played without top-line forward Matt Beleskey, who aggravated a persistent lower-body injury late in Game 1. Devante Smith-Pelly replaced Beleskey in the Anaheim lineup, making his NHL playoff debut.

Harang pulled with no-hitter, Brave...

Harang pulled with no-hitter, Braves beat Mets 6-0

NEW YORK (AP) Aaron Harang threw no-hit ball for seven innings but was pulled after 121 pitches, and reliever Luis Avilan gave up David Wright's two-out single in the eighth as the Atlanta Braves beat the New York Mets 6-0 Friday night.

As Harang's pitch count increased on a chilly evening, it seemed doubtful manager Fredi Gonzalez would let him go the distance. Harang worked around six walks, including two in the sixth inning and another pair in the seventh.

Harang (3-1) left for a pinch hitter during a long, four-run eighth. He was never in the on-deck circle - the decision had already been made that he was done.

Jordan Walden completed the combined one-hitter.

The Mets hit few balls hard against the resurgent Harang, who lowered his ERA to an NL-best 0.70 ERA. The closest they came to a hit off the 35-year-old right-hander was actually on a check-swing tapper by Travis d'Arnaud in the second inning.

Canadiens top Lightning again for 2...

Canadiens top Lightning again for 2-0 series lead

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) Rene Bourque had two goals and David Desharnais and Brendan Gallagher also scored Friday night, helping the Montreal Canadiens beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 4-1 in Game 2 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series.

Carey Price stopped 26 shots for Montreal, redeeming himself following a less than stellar performance during a 5-4 overtime win in Game 1.

A second road victory in three nights sends the Canadiens home with a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series. Game 3 is Sunday.

Bourque and Desharnais scored in the second period after defensive breakdowns left Tampa Bay goaltender Anders Lindback in tough situations. Gallagher made it 3-0 with an unassisted goal in the third period.

Flyers could have G Steve Mason bac...

Flyers could have G Steve Mason back for Game 2

NEW YORK (AP) The Philadelphia Flyers might have No. 1 goalie Steve Mason back for Game 2 against the Rangers.

Mason missed Thursday's 4-1 loss to New York because of an undisclosed upper-body injury. He was hurt last Saturday against Pittsburgh, when he was knocked over and hit the back of his head on the ice. Mason and the Flyers have declined to say whether he has a concussion.

Mason took part in a goalie practice Friday at New York's Chelsea Piers and said afterward that he is feeling better than he did a few days earlier. He has set his sights on playing Sunday at Madison Square Garden.

"I felt pretty good for being on the ice for the first time in a couple of days. It was a good step," the 25-year-old Mason said. "I felt great movement-wise. It was a pretty controlled setting and it felt good.

"I'll know exactly when I am ready to go physically, but it is also a management and doctor's decision, as well."

Ray Emery made 32 saves in Mason's absence Thursday and couldn't be blamed for the loss. The game was tied 1-1 in the third period but changed when the Rangers scored twice during a double-minor, high-sticking penalty against young forward Jason Akeson.

Emery had little chance to stop either scoring shot. His backup's strong performance took some of the sting away from Mason.

But he still hopes to get the call Sunday.

"This is the time that you've worked all season to get to, and to see the team go out there in a playoff atmosphere at Madison Square Garden where the stakes are so high ... it's something that you don't want to be sitting out and watching," Mason said.

"It was difficult, especially since the result. I think everybody expects a much better game on Sunday. I don't think anybody was happy with the way the team played."

Mason expects to practice with his teammates Saturday. The rest of the Flyers had Friday off.

Of bigger concern than their goaltending, the Flyers will have to show more discipline in Game 2 and figure out a way to get their top forwards going offensively.

Along with the game-changing penalty by Akeson, Philadelphia was whistled for three other infractions that didn't lead to New York goals but prevented the Flyers from mounting a serious comeback. They were outshot 13-1 in the final frame.

Philadelphia was outshot 36-15 overall.

"They did a good job of getting those two goals on the power play, and then after the two goals we tried too hard to get some offense going and got out of position," Flyers captain Claude Giroux said of the Rangers, who held him to no shots. "We didn't get a lot of shots, but we did a lot of good things.

"There is a reason why there are seven games. We need to see what we did wrong, and we will be ready for Game 2."

So will the Rangers, who now own a nine-game home winning streak over the Flyers.

"We are not going to overthink it here," Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist said. "We did a lot of good things, and we are going to continue building on that. It's one game, and we start over again on Sunday. You have to earn it every night."

The emergence of Brad Richards also gave the Rangers another shot of energy and optimism. Richards scored the go-ahead goal Thursday and then assisted on insurance tallies by Derek Stepan and Carl Hagelin in the third period.

Richards, a potential candidate to have his contract bought out over the summer, is proving his worth after a disappointing end to last year's postseason when he was benched for the final two games by former coach John Tortorella.

"We controlled play," Richards said. "In a series, sometimes having the puck and wearing them out can benefit you later in the game. That was our main goal. We would like to get more pucks to the net, and we will try to do that."

Grizzlies PG Nick Calathes suspende...

Grizzlies PG Nick Calathes suspended for 20 games

Memphis Grizzlies point guard Nick Calathes has been suspended for 20 games for violating the NBA's anti-drug policy.

The league said Friday night in a release that Calathes tested positive for tamoxifen. The suspension begins Saturday night when the Grizzlies take on Oklahoma City in Game 1 of their first-round playoff series.

Yahoo Sports was the first to report the suspension.

Calathes, a 25-year-old rookie reserve, averaged 4.9 points and 2.9 assists in 71 games this season.

Yahoo

Harang pulled with no-hitter, Brave...

Harang pulled with no-hitter, Braves beat Mets 6-0 (Yahoo Sports)

Atlanta Braves' Aaron Harang delivers a pitch during the first inning of a baseball game against the New York Mets, Friday, April 18, 2014, in New York. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)

Aaron Harang knew the score, he'd done this before: No hits, too many tosses. Harang didn't allow a hit for seven innings but was pulled after 121 pitches, and reliever Luis Avilan gave up David Wright's two-out single in the eighth as the Atlanta Braves beat the New York Mets 6-0 Friday night. ''It wasn't that tough of a decision, really,'' Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez said. Harang (3-1) left for a pinch hitter during a long, four-run eighth.

Duke sophomore Rodney Hood entering...

Duke sophomore Rodney Hood entering NBA draft (Yahoo Sports)

Duke's Rodney Hood reacts following a basket against North Carolina during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game in Durham, N.C., Saturday, March 8, 2014. Duke won 93-81. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)

Duke sophomore Rodney Hood is entering the NBA draft. Hood said in a statement Friday that playing for the Blue Devils and Mike Krzyzewski ''helped me grow and develop as a player and a person'' to prepare him for the NBA. ''Now it is time to move on to the next level and chase my dream of becoming an NBA player,'' Hood said. The 6-foot-8 Hood averaged 16.1 points, 3.9 rebounds and 2.1 assists after sitting out last year following his transfer from Mississippi State.

Silver wants age limit change, no r...

Silver wants age limit change, no rush on others (Yahoo Sports)

NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 18: NBA Commissioner Adam Silver speaks to the media after the Board of Governors meetings on April 18, 2014 at the St. Regis Hotel in New York City. (Photo by Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE via Getty Images)

Even as the NBA prepares for a draft that could be headlined by freshmen, Commissioner Adam Silver remains committed to keeping them in college. So much so that NCAA President Mark Emmert was invited to discuss his involvement with owners. Freshmen Andrew Wiggins of Kansas and Jabari Parker of Duke are expected to be top-five picks in June, but Silver believes teams are taking those players young because of the system in place, not because it's their preference. Silver and predecessor David Stern have long spoken about the desire to increase the limit to 20.

Grizzlies PG Nick Calathes suspende...

Grizzlies PG Nick Calathes suspended for 20 games (Yahoo Sports)

MEMPHIS, TN - APRIL 16: Nick Calathes #12 of the Memphis Grizzlies shoots against the Dallas Mavericks on April 16, 2014 at FedExForum in Memphis, Tennessee. (Photo by Joe Murphy/NBAE via Getty Images)

Memphis Grizzlies point guard Nick Calathes has been suspended for 20 games for violating the NBA's anti-drug policy.

Did Manning's meeting with Saban cr...

Did Manning's meeting with Saban cross the line? (Yahoo Sports)

Alabama coach Nick Saban talks to reporters after spring football practice, Thursday, April 17, 2014, in Tuscaloosa, Ala. (AP Photo/AL.com, Vasha Hunt)

Peyton Manning's never-ending quest to hone his game and Nick Saban's desire to decipher fast-paced offenses led to a recent meeting that the Crimson Tide coach called mutually beneficial. It also might have violated NFL rules because, according to Saban, Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase also was in attendance. The league doesn't allow players and their coaches to meet before the start of offseason workouts, which for the Broncos begin Monday. On-field instruction won't start until mid-May. The Associated Press left messages with the team and the NFL on Friday seeking comment.

Datsyuk's late goal lifts Detroit o...

Datsyuk's late goal lifts Detroit over Boston 1-0 (Yahoo Sports)

Detroit Red Wings' Pavel Datsyuk (13) is congratulated by teammate Johan Franzen after scoring against Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask, left, during the third period of Detroit's 1-0 win in Game 1 of a first-round NHL playoff hockey series, in Boston on Friday, April 18, 2014. (AP Photo/Winslow Townson)

The Boston Bruins worked all season to get home-ice advantage throughout the playoffs. It vanished with a flick of Pavel Datsyuk's wrist. Just like that, on Datsyuk's goal with 3:01 left, the Detroit Red Wings got the upper hand with a 1-0 win in the opener of the best-of-seven playoff series Friday night. ''We know we're good enough,'' Detroit coach Mike Babcock said, ''but it's one thing to know you're good enough and another thing to show it.'' The Bruins won the Presidents' Trophy for the best record in the regular season - although they were 1-3 against the Red Wings - but were locked in a tight game in which neither team had many solid scoring opportunities.

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Darren Sharper ends bad week with m...

Darren Sharper ends bad week with more bad news

Ex-NFL star heads back to jail after court appearance and ruling against him in Arizona.
Nick Saban clarifies Peyton Manning...

Nick Saban clarifies Peyton Manning visit to Alabama

Did the Denver Broncos break any rules when Peyton Manning and Adam Gase visited Alabama?
2014 NBA playoffs: First-round seri...

2014 NBA playoffs: First-round series staff picks

USA TODAY Sports' NBA team doesn't always agree, but here we came pretty close.
Former Army Ranger fears he may hav...

Former Army Ranger fears he may have shot Pat Tillman

Steven Elliott speaks about that day for first time, 10 years later.
Joel Quenneville fined for rude ges...

Joel Quenneville fined for rude gesture

Coach will be $25,000 poorer after going off about non-call
Brewers catcher Martin Maldonado hi...

Brewers catcher Martin Maldonado hit the cover off a baseball

One of the strangest plays of the year.

Fox Sports

Former Jet Moore opts to retire

Former Jet Moore opts to retire

After sleeping on it, Brandon Moore has decided to retire rather than join the Dallas Cowboys.
Tiger has one last shot at a major

Tiger has one last shot at a major

Is Tiger Woods changing his tune about the importance of winning majors?
Gonzalez back at Falcons camp Aug. ...

Gonzalez back at Falcons camp Aug. 17?

Injured Saints duo lost for season

Injured Saints duo lost for season

The Saints have lost receiver Joseph Morgan and defensive end Kenyon Coleman for the season because of injuries, depriving New Orleans of one of its top deep threats and a reliable veteran run-stopping lineman.
Packers LT Bulaga to have surgery o...

Packers LT Bulaga to have surgery on torn ACL, will miss season

Report: Autographs net Manziel $7,5...

Report: Autographs net Manziel $7,500

Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel allegedly accepted $7,500 as payment for signing approximately 300 mini- and full-sized football helmets, according to an autograph broker who spoke with ESPN.

Reuters

Federer ousts ailing Djokovic in Mo...

Federer ousts ailing Djokovic in Monaco semis

MONTE CARLO (Reuters) - Roger Federer beat an injured Novak Djokovic 7-5 6-2 to set up an all-Swiss Monte Carlo Masters final with Stanislas Wawrinka after the Australian Open champion ousted David Ferrer 6-1 7-6 (3) on Saturday.
Engine problem makes a mockery of M...

Engine problem makes a mockery of Maldonado penalty

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Pastor Maldonado's five place grid penalty was rendered meaningless on Saturday after engine problems ruled the Lotus Formula One driver out of Chinese Grand Prix qualifying.
Team mate beating me fair and squar...

Team mate beating me fair and square: Vettel

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Sebastian Vettel conceded he was struggling to keep up with Daniel Ricciardo after his team mate beat the world champion to lead Red Bull to their best Saturday result this season in Chinese Grand Prix qualifying.
Hamilton on pole for Mercedes in we...

Hamilton on pole for Mercedes in wet China

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton will line up on pole position for Sunday's Chinese Formula One Grand Prix after putting in a storming lap in treacherous conditions to maintain Mercedes' qualifying stranglehold.
Ricciardo puts Red Bull on top in w...

Ricciardo puts Red Bull on top in wet final practice in China

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Daniel Ricciardo put Red Bull on top of the timesheets for the first time this season with the fastest time in final practice for the Chinese Grand Prix in a damp session that limited running with neither Mercedes drivers completing a timed lap.
Former Dynamo Moscow striker Kosola...

Former Dynamo Moscow striker Kosolapov commits suicide

(Reuters) - Eduard Kosolapov, 38, the former Dynamo Moscow and Lokomotiv Nizhny Novgorod striker who was on the coaching staff at Mordovia Saransk, has committed suicide.

SI.com

Saint-Etienne draws, drops points i...

Saint-Etienne draws, drops points in UCL hunt

SAINT-ETIENNE, France (AP) - Saint-Etienne's bid for a Champions League spot stalled as it drew 0-0 with Rennes in the French league on Friday.
Atletico Madrid keeps title pace, d...

Atletico Madrid keeps title pace, defeats Elche

MADRID (AP) - Atletico Madrid stayed on course for its first Spanish league title in 18 years with a 2-0 win over Elche on Friday, and now turns its attention to hosting Chelsea in the Champions League semifinals.
Cristiano Ronaldo returns to Real M...

Cristiano Ronaldo returns to Real Madrid training

MADRID (AP) - Cristiano Ronaldo returned to training with Real Madrid on Friday as he tries to recover from injury in time for the Champions League semifinal against Bayern Munich.
Australia striker Tombides, 20, die...

Australia striker Tombides, 20, dies from cancer

LONDON (AP) - Emerging Australian forward Dylan Tombides, who broke into the West Ham first-team squad while receiving cancer treatment, has died. He was 20.
Ben Lyttleton: Timing is everything...

Ben Lyttleton: Timing is everything for PSG, under-fire manager Laurent Blanc

PSG's Laurent Blanc was cruising toward a new deal. Now he's on the hot seat. What happened?
De Grandpre returns to NY Red Bulls...

De Grandpre returns to NY Red Bulls front office

HARRISON, N.J. (AP) - Marc de Grandpre is returning to the New York Red Bulls as head of commercial operations.

Sky Sports

Pulis proud of Palace players

Pulis proud of Palace players

Tony Pulis was quick to hail the effort of his players as Crystal Palace made it five wins in a row at West Ham United.
Allardyce: Mistake cost us

Allardyce: Mistake cost us

Sam Allardyce saw penalty troubles come back to haunt West Ham United as they slipped to a 1-0 defeat at home to Crystal Palace.
Furyk joins Heritage lead

Furyk joins Heritage lead

Former champion Jim Furyk overcame a lengthy rain delay to fire a 66 to join a three-way tie for the lead following the conclusion of the second round at Hilton Head.
Rangers continue unbeaten run

Rangers continue unbeaten run

Rangers moved within three matches of recording an unbeaten League One season by securing a comprehensive 4-0 victory over 10-man Stenhousemuir.
Ten-man Hearts see off County

Ten-man Hearts see off County

Jamie Hamill and Dale Carrick scored second half goals as already-relegated Hearts heaped more pressure on Ross County whose 2-0 defeat at Tynecastle left the visitors second from bottom in the Scottish Premiership table.
Brewers put three past Pools

Brewers put three past Pools

Hartlepool sank deeper into relegation trouble after going down 3-0 at Burton, their sixth successive defeat.

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Bruins learn Red Wings are for real

Bruins learn Red Wings are for real

BOSTON -- Hours before puck drop of Game 1 between the Boston Bruins and Detroit Red Wings, Bruins defenseman Torey Krug said it felt like Christmas Day because the Stanley Cup playoffs had finally arrived. Well, the Red Wings played the role of the Grinch and ruined the night with a 1-0 victory over the Bruins on Friday at TD Garden. In an extremely tight defensive game, Pavel Datsyuk notched the lone goal with 3:01 remaining in the third period to give Detroit the early series lead. The Bruins knew their first-round opponent was a strong adversary. The NHL-best Bruins learned first-hand this is not going to be an easy series. The Red Wings know they'll return to Detroit with at least a split in the first two games in Boston. "Obviously, you want to get in and you want to establish yourself in the series, especially when you're the lower seed," said Detroit coach Mike Babcock. "Sometimes the upper seed gets the...
Mark Jackson's game of thrones

Mark Jackson's game of thrones

Watching and listening to Mark Jackson lately reminds me of Ned Stark near the conclusion of the first season of "Game of Thrones." There's an air of resignation to him, an acceptance of the fact that this won't end well for him. On the night the Golden State Warriors secured their second consecutive playoff berth, something this franchise has not done since 1991 and 1992, Jackson offered this fatalistic comment: "It's not our goal to just be a playoff basketball team," Jackson said. "We want to chase the mark of winning, set a standard for the next group of Warriors -- players, coaches, whoever -- down the road, and put the pressure on them." The best present the Warriors have enjoyed in two decades and he's already talking about the Warriors of the future? Maybe it's because he realizes it won't be too long until his time with the Warriors is up. He has been around the NBA since 1987, experienced it on the court, the sidelines, the locker room and the...
Hopkins out to make history ... aga...

Hopkins out to make history ... again

Light heavyweight titleholder Bernard Hopkins is 49. As he likes to put it, "I'm damn near 50." He usually says that just before he jokes about taking out his teeth and relaxing in his rocking chair. Forty-nine is an age when most athletes are retired. Long retired. Yet Hopkins remains one of the best fighters in the world, even if he isn't what he was during his dominant days as the middleweight champion of the world on his way to a division-record 20 title defenses back in the 1990s and early 2000s. "I'm from the old school but I'm stuck in the new era," Hopkins said. "I want people to acknowledge that we're dealing with a special athlete in Bernard," said his longtime trainer, Naazim Richardson. "Thirty is old in boxing. Guys still perform at 30, but it's old. So what he's doing is ridiculous." The three-time light heavyweight titleholder, who calls himself "The Alien" because he believes he can't possibly be of this Earth, has set various...
Heat Open Quest for Another Title V...

Heat Open Quest for Another Title Vs Bobcats

Miami opens its quest for 3rd straight NBA title; Heat speak cautiously about Bobcats
Furyk, Martin Join Choi Atop Leader...

Furyk, Martin Join Choi Atop Leaderboard

Past champion Furyk and Martin catch Choi to lead after 2 rounds of rain-delayed RBC Heritage
Detroit Gains Home-Ice Advantage, T...

Detroit Gains Home-Ice Advantage, Tops Boston 1-0

Pavel Datsyuk's goal with 3:01 left gives Red Wings 1-0 win and home-ice advantage over Bruins

CBS Sports

Datsyuk's late goal lifts Detroit o...

Datsyuk's late goal lifts Detroit over Boston in Game 1

Pavel Datsyuk scored at 16:59 of the third period, moments after Jimmy Howard's best save of the game, and the Detroit Red Wings beat the top-seeded Boston Bruins 1-0 in the opener of their Eastern Conference playoff series Friday night.
Rules violation? NFL to probe Peyto...

Rules violation? NFL to probe Peyton's visit to Bama

Rules violation? NFL to probe Peyton's visit to Bama
Furyk, Martin finish second round, ...

Furyk, Martin finish second round, join Choi in Heritage lead

Jim Furyk finished off a second-round 66 Saturday to join K.J. Choi and Ben Martin tied for the lead halfway through the rain-delayed RBC Heritage.
Follow: Round 3 scores

Follow: Round 3 scores

Follow: Round 3 scores
Getzlaf leads Ducks past Dallas in ...

Getzlaf leads Ducks past Dallas in Game 2

Ryan Getzlaf had a goal and an assist while wearing a facemask over his lacerated jaw, Corey Perry scored his first playoff goal in three years, and the Anaheim Ducks beat the Dallas Stars 3-2 Friday night to take a 2-0 lead in their first-round series.
Canadiens light up Lightning again ...

Canadiens light up Lightning again for 2-0 series lead

Rene Bourque had two goals and David Desharnais and Brendan Gallagher also scored Friday night, helping the Montreal Canadiens beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 4-1 in Game 2 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series.
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