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9:39 AM ET Associated Press MONACO — Fourth-seeded Stefanos Tsitsipas swatted aside unseeded Daniel Evans 6-2, 6-1 on Saturday to reach the Monte Carlo Masters final for the first time, and stay on course for a first title this year. The big-serving Greek player faces the winner of a later semifinal between sixth-seeded Russian Andrey
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7:27 AM ET Major League Soccer has said that Inter Miami‘s signing of World Cup-winning midfielder Blaise Matuidi was not in compliance with its roster and budget rules and that the club could face sanctions. The side co-owned by David Beckham recruited Matuidi on a free transfer after he left Italian champions Juventus in August.
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9:55 AM ET An MRI on the right ankle sprain of Donovan Mitchell revealed no structural damage, but the Utah Jazz guard is expected to miss several games before he is cleared to return, sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Mitchell suffered the injury during the third quarter of Friday’s 119-111 win over the Pacers when
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Lewis Hamilton took pole position ahead of Red Bull’s Sergio Perez in a thrilling qualifying session at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. Hamilton was just 0.035 seconds clear in the Mercedes as Perez beat team-mate Max Verstappen in only the Mexican’s second race for Red Bull. Charles Leclerc put the Ferrari fourth, while Valtteri Bottas
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12:34 AM ET Lindsey ThiryESPN Close Covered Rams for two years for Los Angeles Times Previously covered the Falcons Has covered the NBA and college football and basketball The attorney representing De’Vincent Spriggs, the man who accused Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald of assault earlier this week, is now offering an apology to
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News Lancashire legspinner’s jaffa went viral on Friday and earned him praise from Shane Warne Matt Parkinson, the Lancashire legspinner, became a social-media star on Friday after bowling a ball-of-the-century contender to Northamptonshire’s Adam Rossington in a County Championship fixture at Old Trafford, the delivery evoking memories of Shane Warne’s dismissal of Mike Gatting at
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1:59 AM ET DALLAS — Tom Thibodeau, the notoriously gruff first-year New York Knicks head coach, cracked a hint of a grin when asked about his demeanor following a 117-109 win Friday night over the Dallas Mavericks. It was New York’s fifth consecutive victory, marking the franchise’s longest winning streak in seven years. The Knicks,
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1:46 AM ET Associated Press Assistant coach Joel Johnson is taking over the United States women’s national hockey team after Bob Corkum abruptly stepped down less than three weeks before the world championships open in Canada. USA Hockey’s director of women’s national team programs Katie Million did not provide a reason for Corkum’s departure in
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7:00 AM ET Invicta Fighting Championships has a new owner and a new television home. The premier all-women’s MMA promotion has been acquired by Anthem Sports & Entertainment, a Los Angeles- and Toronto-based media company, Anthem and Invicta officials told ESPN. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. As a result, Invicta will now air
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11:56 PM ET Vadim Nemkov has clearly established himself as the man to beat in Bellator’s light heavyweight tournament, following Friday night’s convincing title defense over Phil Davis. Nemkov (14-3) is already Bellator’s 205-pound champion, but with bigger names in the promotion’s tournament like Anthony “Rumble” Johnson, Yoel Romero and Ryan Bader, it would be
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12:33 AM ET Associated Press KAPOLEI, Hawaii — Lydia Ko again put herself in position for her first win in three years, shooting a 7-under 65 on Friday to take a one-stroke lead into the final round of the Lotte Championship. Nelly Korda, who went back and forth with Ko for the lead throughout the
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6:00 AM ET CINCINNATI — The way Penei Sewell shuffled his feet and struck his opponents convinced Oregon coach Mario Cristobal the budding offensive lineman was going to be special. Cristobal was recruiting the 6-foot-5, 349-pound Sewell, a Class of 2018 tackle from Desert Hills, Utah, located less than four miles north of the border
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7:49 PM ET Associated Press NAPLES, Fla. — Fred Couples put in more work than usual to get ready for the Masters, only to have his worst performance in 36 appearances. Back on the PGA Tour Champions, he was more at ease and close to flawless. Couples didn’t miss a fairway, setting up wedges or
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