Time for the Nets' biggest game in Brooklyn.
In Sacramento, meanwhile, one of the main members of the investment group hoping to buy the team and keep it in that city said the group will be able to meet a Friday deadline to put 50 percent of the purchase offer into escrow.
Seattle Mariners at Toronto Blue Jays May 3, 2013 – Rogers Centre (7:07 pm ET/4:07 pm PT) Seattle Mariners (13-17) Toronto Blue Jays (10-19) No. Player Pos. No. Player Pos. 55 Michael Saunders CF 13 Brett Lawrie 3B 15 Kyle Seager 3B 53 Melky Cabrera LF 8 Kendrys Morales DH 19 Jose Bautista RF
MARINERS FOURTH – The Mariners take a 3-0 lead. Kyle Seager hit his fourth homer of the season on the first pitch following a leadoff walk to Michael Saunders for a 2-0 lead. Each had one hit through the first four innings. It is the first major-league start of the season for Toronto left-hand
The weather keeps wreaking havoc for the Kansas City Royals.
Minnesota Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor sat before a throng of media, swallowed hard and said what many in and around the organization had been thinking for about nine years.
Dwyane Wade has returned to the practice court and says he's encouraged about how his troublesome right knee feels, with the Miami Heat still three days away from starting the second round of the playoffs.
Jarvis Jones is not James Harrison. For one thing, there's the hair.
What's next? Chris Hansen says he hasn't given up, still intends to buy the Kings and move the NBA team to Seattle.
Final decision still weeks away
Coach Michael Callahan is in his sixth season with prestigious UW and has some fire in his blood.
Jon Rothstein at CBS New York makes an astute point about the college basketball offseason when he likens it to NBA free agency. In recent years, we’ve seen an uptick in seniors graduate from their old schools, receive immediate waivers to play next season and shop for a new home. Oregon has s
We’ll start today with some interesting thoughts from Bud Withers on the idea of the Pac-12 playing eight conference games instead of nine, a topic about which — as Withers explains — there was some internet buzz in the last few days. As Withers notes, while coaches are prett
Believe me, I was really looking forward to covering the Mariners in Toronto this weekend, given how the team is finally playing the way many people envisioned coming out of spring training. I had flown in to Montreal to visit family for a few days and then was planning to drive to Toronto and begin
The Golden State Warriors never relented. They didn't back down when Andrew Bogut sat out rehabilitating his left ankle. They didn't buckle when they lost Game 1 at Denver. And they didn't quit when All-Star forward David Lee tore his right hip flexor in that playoff opener - and neither did Lee, for the matter.
The Brooklyn Nets wiped out their deficit. Now, they will try and finish off an improbable comeback.
When the Mariners closed out their homestand on Wednesday night, the plan was for John Stearns to accompany the team to Toronto to continue his fill-in stint as third-base coach while Jeff Datz undergoes treatment for cancer. At least, that’s what everyone thought. Obviously, there was a late
A franchise-record regular season ended in all too familiar fashion for the Denver Nuggets with a disappointing first-round playoff loss.
Draymond Green threw his arms in the air and ran to Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson for an emotional hug. Jarrett Jack squatted down, put his right hand on his head and closed his eyes. Stephen Curry wanted to see it all - teammates parading around the court, gold confetti in the air, smiles all around the announced sellout crowd of 19,596.