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Daily Archives: April 14, 2018

Warriors reassert dominance in playoff-opening blowout of Spurs

OAKLAND, Calif. — Bored and banged up in the final weeks of the regular season, the Golden State Warriors stumbled against inferior foes, hardly looking like a defending champion steamrolling toward a repeat title — and their third in four years — and instead conveying

Injured Humboldt Broncos’ players get visit from Stanley Cup

SASKATOON, Saskatchewan — Injured Humboldt Broncos players got a visit from the Stanley Cup. Tom Straschnitzki, whose 19-year-old son, Ryan, was badly injured in the junior hockey team’s bus crash, was in a waiting area at Royal University Hospital on Friday night when a large

Nelson Cruz activated from disabled list by Seattle Mariners

SEATTLE — Mariners slugger Nelson Cruz has been activated from the 10-day disabled list after being out since the opening weekend of the season due to an ankle injury. Seattle put its power-hitting designated hitter back in the lineup on Saturday. Cruz was hopeful of

Pro14: Southern Kings 12-45 Cardiff Blues

Guinness Pro14: Southern Kings v Cardiff Blues Southern Kings(0) 12 Tries: Dukisa, Welemu Con: Banda Cardiff Blues:(33) 45 Tries: Cuthbert, Davies, Turnbull, Halaholo, Myhill (2), Scully Con: Evans (5) Cardiff Blues secured European Champions Cup qualification with an emphatic 45-12 Pro14 win away to Southern

County Championship: Bowlers dominate between Middlesex and Northants

James Harris starred with bat and ball for Middlesex Specsavers County Championship Division Two, Lord’s (day two): Middlesex 214: Harris 46*; Hutton 5-54 & 159: Bracewell 3-31 Northamptonshire 71: Harris 5-9, Murtagh 4-27 & 9-0 Northamptonshire (3 pts) need 294 more runs to beat Middlesex

County Championship: Hampshire building decent lead against Worcestershire

Ben Cox rescued Worcestershire’s first innings with a fine half-century Specsavers County Championship Division One, Ageas Bowl (day two): Hampshire 290 & 163-8: Amla 36; Leach 3-34 Worcestershire 211: Cox 65; Abbott 3-45 Hampshire (6 pts) lead Worcestershire (4 pts) by 242 runs Scorecard Worcestershire