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5:40 PM ET Associated Press NEW YORK — Mo Donegal rallied to win the $750,000 Wood Memorial on Saturday at Aqueduct on the last weekend of major prep races for the Kentucky Derby. Ridden by Joel Rosario, Mo Donegal ran 1 1/8 miles in 1:47.96. Trainer Todd Pletcher tied “Sunny” Jim Fitzsimmons for most Wood
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9:36 PM ET DALLAS — Mavericks superstar Luka Doncic will be suspended for Sunday’s regular-season finale unless the NBA office rescinds the technical foul called against him after the first quarter of Friday night’s 128-78 win over the Portland Trail Blazers. It was officially Doncic’s 16th technical foul of the season, triggering an automatic one-game
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1:49 PM ET PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia Eagles signed Olympic hurdler and former Oregon Ducks receiver Devon Allen to a three-year contract Friday. Allen, 27, hasn’t played football since 2016 when he was with the Ducks. He put his football career on hold to pursue track and field and has done quite well in that
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7:00 AM ET Tim KavanaghESPN.com Close Tim Kavanagh is a senior NHL editor for ESPN. He’s a native of upstate New York. For months, the top two spots in the Eastern Conference have seemed like foregone conclusions: the Florida Panthers have been the cream of the Atlantic Division crop, while the Carolina Hurricanes have maintained
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12:58 AM BST ESPN staff Perth has won the right to host the opening Test between the Wallabies and England, while the Wallaroos will commence their Rugby World Cup preparations with Tests against Japan and Fijiana in Queensland. Rugby Australia on Tuesday unveiled the fixtures for its opening Test series of 2022, with international rugby
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7:34 PM ET Associated Press RICHMOND, Va. — Denny Hamlin hoped a visit to the track he watched races at as a youngster would help kick-start a season that started in an uncharacteristic fashion — poorly. Thanks to some crafty tire strategy that his team timed right, he got it done. Hamlin ran down William
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11:31 PM ET Associated Press ARCADIA, Calif. — Bob Baffert won the sixth race at Santa Anita on Saturday, sending the Hall of Fame trainer out a winner two days before his 90-day suspension begins. Baffert was in the winner’s circle with Shaaz after the $72,000 race. He was joined by Hall of Fame jockey
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10:36 PM ET Associated Press CHARLESTON, S.C. — New No. 1 Iga Swiatek withdrew from next week’s Credit One Charleston Open just hours after defeating Naomi Osaka to win the Miami Open title. Organizers from the season’s first clay-court tournament announced Swiatek’s decision on Saturday. Swiatek said in a statement she had played the previous
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2:18 PM ET Andrew LopezESPN Four-time NBA champion Manu Ginobili, five-time NBA All-Star Tim Hardaway, three-time WNBA champion and two-time gold medalist Swin Cash, and five-time WNBA All-Star and three-time NBA champion Lindsay Whalen highlighted the 13-member Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2022 that was announced Saturday. Other honorees included two-time NCAA
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8:47 PM ET Marcel Louis-JacquesESPN MIAMI — The Dolphins and cornerback Xavien Howard agreed to a five-year contract, his agent David Canter announced. The deal is worth $50.6 million in new money and gives Howard the most guaranteed cash for a cornerback in NFL history. Howard had three years and $39 million remaining on the
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9:00 AM ET Shane Beamer had an opportunity to transform South Carolina‘s roster this offseason, and he took it. Like most coaches, Beamer targeted the transfer portal and tried to find players with experience that could help his team win at a faster rate than just recruiting high school recruits. He signed former Oklahoma quarterback
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3:57 PM ET Chicago White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson will miss the first two games of the regular season after his three-game suspension, stemming from an incident at the end of the 2021 season, was reduced to two games, a source confirmed to ESPN. During a bench clearing incident with the Detroit Tigers in late
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