Big news for Marvel fans!
Big news for Marvel fans!
Tampa Bay Lightning forward Alex Killorn crushed two members of the Carolina Hurricanes in 25 seconds, and completed the Gordie Howe hat-trick.
Toronto will be without puck retrieval specialist and versatile forward Zach Hyman due to a sprained MCL.
The latest occupant of John Tortorella's famed doghouse is none other than Max Domi. Congrats!
Beckham's comments were ironic, though, coming from the co-owner of a club in a closed league.
Alexander Edler will not be available to the decimated Vancouver Canucks roster.
Tom Brady and Tie Domi were kickin' it again this weekend as the sports world's most unexpected friendship continues to blossom before our eyes.
It's unclear when Myles Turner will be able to return to the court for the Pacers, who are trying to secure a spot in the play-in.
Brown suffered the assault during Houston's road trip in Florida to face the Magic and Heat.
The Toronto Raptors have signed forward Yuta Watanabe to a standard NBA contract.
With four games upcoming against the lowly Red Wings, stacking some Dallas Stars on your fantasy hockey roster this week is a no-brainer.
Tottenham fired Jose Mourinho on Monday after only 17 months in charge, and just as he was preparing to coach the club in the League Cup final.
Twelve top European soccer clubs have agreed to establish the "Super League," a new elite competition that has left soccer fans angry and confused about the future of the world's most popular sport.
A battle between two London rivals, and two Serie A powers fighting for European qualification highlight this week's slate.
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LOS ANGELES — Jordan Clarkson scored 22 points, Joe Ingles added 21 with five 3-pointers and the Utah Jazz beat the Los Angeles Lakers 111-97 Monday night, splitting their series with the defending NBA champs. Bojan Bogdanovic scored 19 points as NBA-leading Utah avenged the Lakers' 127-115 overtime victory on Saturday night. The Jazz rested Rudy Gobert, Mike Conley Jr. and Derrick Favours in the first game on the second night of a back-to-back set, but all three returned for the rematch at Staples Center. Leading scorer Donovan Mitchell is still out for Utah, while LeBron James and Anthony Davis are still out for Los Angeles. Talen Horton-Tucker scored a career-high 24 points for the Lakers, who dropped to 7-9 without both of their superstars and 14-16 since Davis went down on Valentine's Day. Kyle Kuzma scored all of his 17 points in the first three quarters for Los Angeles, and Dennis Schröder had 15 points and six assists. The Lakers have alternated wins and losses for 12 consecutive games since March 28. Clarkson hit nine of his 14 shots and Ingles went 8 for 11 against the NBA's top defensive team for Utah, which never trailed in its fifth victory in seven games. The Jazz doubled their halftime lead to 20 points in the third quarter with 13 from Ingles, who hit three 3-pointers in that stretch. The Lakers' 42 points in the first half were their second-fewest of the season. They never led for the second time in their last three home games, following a wire-to-wire loss to Boston last week. TIP-INS Jazz: Ersan Ilyasova sat out with hamstring tightness. Lakers: Davis is likely just a few days away from his return, coach Frank Vogel said. The All-NBA big man has missed 30 games with a strained calf. Davis is currently building up his conditioning. ... James is doing “light work” on the court, Vogel said, but his return is not imminent. James has missed 16 straight games since spraining his ankle March 20. ... Marc Gasol was available, but he sat out his second straight game after breaking a ligament in his left pinky finger last Thursday. UP NEXT Jazz: At Rockets on Wednesday. Lakers: At Mavericks on Thursday. ___ More AP NBA: https://apnews.com/hub/NBA and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports The Associated Press
DENVER — Nikola Jokic scored 47 points, including a go-ahead 3-pointer late in the second overtime, and the Denver Nuggets rallied to beat the Memphis Grizzlies 139-137 on Monday night. Jokic added 15 rebounds and eight assists, Will Barton scored 28 and Michael Porter Jr. 21 for the shorthanded Nuggets. Denver played without its top two point guards -- Jamal Murray, who has a torn ACL in his left knee and Monte Morris. Morris recently missed 11 games with a left quad injury but returned April 4 and played eight games. He hurt his left hamstring in Friday night’s win at Houston and will likely miss multiple games, coach Michael Malone said before the game against the Grizzlies. Memphis was without Dillon Brooks due to left thigh soreness and Jonas Valanciunas, who suffered a concussion Saturday night. Ja Morant had 36 points and 12 assists, De’Anthony Melton had 25 points off the bench and Grayson Allen added 24 points for Memphis. The Grizzlies lost for just the second time in their last eight road games Morant gave the Grizzlies the lead in the second overtime with a 3-pointer and Kyle Anderson hit two free throws to make it 132-129. Porter tied it with a 3-pointer and then Jokic’s shot from the top of the circle gave Denver a 137-134 lead with 42 seconds left. Allen missed at the other end and P.J. Dozier iced it with two free throws. The Grizzlies led by 12 with 3:52 left but Denver rallied to tie it on two free throws by Jokic with 20 seconds left. Allen missed a 3-pointer at the end of regulation to send it to overtime. Morant scored all nine points for Memphis in the first overtime but Barton’s 3-pointer late sent the game to a second overtime. TIP-INS Grizzlies: Xavier Tillman had 18 points and 14 rebounds. ... Brandon Clarke had missed two games with right hip soreness and Melton was out eight games with left leg soreness. Justise Winslow missed 12 games with soreness in his right thigh. Nuggets: Former Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning was in attendance. ... The Nuggets had 15 turnovers in the first half and finished with a season high 23. UP NEXT Grizzlies: At the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday night. Nuggets: At the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday night. Michael Kelly, The Associated Press
Gonzaga star Jalen Suggs declares for the draft, the Zags reload with the nation’s #1 recruit, Alex Smith calls it a career, the Rams have a beachy vibe to their draft war room and the Bengals release new(ish) uniforms.
With 13 assists on Monday night, Chris Paul moved past Magic Johnson into fifth on the NBA's all-time assists list
Kiermaier's pair of RBIs fuel Rays' win over Royals
Justin Upton puts the Angels on the scoreboard with a solo homer in the bottom of the 7th inning