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Winderman’s view: Victor No-ladipo, plus other Heat-Hornets thoughts

Observations and other notes of interest from Tuesday night’s 144-115 victory over the Charlotte Hornets: — First, appreciate that even with Chris Quinn coaching in place of Erik Spoelstra, who is in NBA health-and-safety protocols, this remains all choreographed by Spoelstra. — Quinn acknowledged as much pregame, speaking of the constant communication between the two,…
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Kyrie Irving pours in 42 in much-needed win vs. Rockets

All he needed was a little bit of rest. Fresh off two days of rest for the first time since becoming a full-time player, Kyrie Irving pelted the Rockets with a barrage of treys to power the Nets to a 118-105 victory over Houston on Tuesday. Irving scored 11 points in the opening period and…
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Dodgers’ Dustin May making progress toward return

LOS ANGELES — Pitching depth comes in all forms and the Dodgers will show it off at the outset with a 16-man pitching staff, thanks to 28-man rosters to open the season after a shortened spring training. Options down the line include a prospect like right-hander Bobby Miller, who started Tuesday’s Freeway Series finale, as…
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Angels approve of new anti-sign-stealing technology

LOS ANGELES — Angels catcher Kurt Suzuki was sending pitches so fast through the new signaling device that he doubted some of the messages he sent pitcher José Suarez on Monday night against the Dodgers. “I told you the pitch,” Suzuki recalled Tuesday in the clubhouse. Suarez asked for pitches because he couldn’t hear the device…
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Lonzo Ball endures another setback in his recovery from knee surgery, but the Chicago Bulls aren’t shutting him down yet

The Chicago Bulls haven’t given up hope on Lonzo Ball yet, but the guard’s window for returning this season could be closing after another injury setback. After taking a 10-day break from running that began March 21, Ball attempted to return to sprinting and lateral drills Tuesday only to experience discomfort in his left knee…
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Heat rout Hornets 144-115 in 3-for-all to move to verge of No. 1 playoff seed

The mission, at least the regular-season challenge, is almost complete. And it might be over before they take the court again. With Tuesday night’s 144-115 victory over the Charlotte Hornets at FTX Arena, the Miami Heat need only one victory in their final two games to wrap up the No. 1 playoff seed in the…
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Esperanza softball knocks off Villa Park to open Crestview League

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now ANAHEIM — Esperanza graduated a few key seniors from its CIF-SS championship softball squad last season but the Aztecs still have plenty of experience to be dangerous. Especially after a well-timed, team bonding activity. No. 8 Esperanza held a team dinner the day…
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Wilson’s Leah Pettway voted Southern California Girls Athlete of the Week

Southern California Girls Athlete of the Week Athlete: Leah Pettway School: Wilson Sport: Softball Noteworthy: Pettway went 3 for 3, including an RBI double in the first inning, against Long Beach Poly senior Isabella Alonso, one of the Moore League’s top softball pitchers. Pettway had three of her team’s five hits and showed poise and…
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Northview’s Ivan Barragan voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week

Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Athlete: Ivan Barragan School: Northview Sport: Baseball Noteworthy: The senior catcher played a big role in Northview’s two-game sweep San Dimas last week, which ended the Saints’ 26-game league winning streak. In the Vikings’ 7-1 win at home, Barragan went 3 for 4 with two runs scored and…
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Man police say is tied to Sacramento massacre had convictions in Riverside County and Arizona

One of two brothers Sacramento police have arrested in connection with a shooting that broke out near the state’s Capitol and left six dead had injured his spouse years ago in eastern Riverside County and later faced similar legal troubles in Arizona, according to officials and records. Dandrae Stephan Martin, 26, pleaded guilty to a…
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