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Sunday's Scoreboard

Sunday's Scoreboard
The Canadian Press

Sunday's Games

NBA

Milwaukee 96, Brooklyn 73

Boston 117, Cleveland 78

Detroit 116, Charlotte 77

Denver 122, Sacramento 111

Washington 108, Atlanta 99

Indiana 116, Oklahoma City 104

Houston 121, New Orleans 114

San Antonio 107, Phoenix 91

Dallas 120, L.A. Lakers 106

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MLB

American League

Detroit 8, Cleveland 5

Toronto 10, Baltimore 7

Chicago White Sox 6, Minnesota 2

Houston 6, Texas 4, (14 innings)

Kansas City 9, L.A. Angels 2

Seattle 8, Oakland 7, (10 innings)

Sunday's Scoreboard

Sunday's Scoreboard
The Canadian Press

Sunday's Games

NBA

Milwaukee 96, Brooklyn 73

Boston 117, Cleveland 78

Detroit 116, Charlotte 77

Denver 122, Sacramento 111

Washington 108, Atlanta 99

Indiana 116, Oklahoma City 104

Houston 121, New Orleans 114

San Antonio 107, Phoenix 91

Dallas 120, L.A. Lakers 106

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MLB

American League

Detroit 8, Cleveland 5

Toronto 10, Baltimore 7

Chicago White Sox 6, Minnesota 2

Houston 6, Texas 4, (14 innings)

Kansas City 9, L.A. Angels 2

Seattle 8, Oakland 7, (10 innings)

Jacobs beats McEwen at Players' Championship

Brad Jacobs beats Mike McEwen to win Player's Championship
The Canadian Press

TORONTO - Olympic champion Brad Jacobs captured the Players' Championship Grand Slam of Curling event on Sunday with a 4-3 comeback victory over previously undefeated Mike McEwen.

Jacobs, from Sault Ste. Marie, Ont, trailed 3-1 after four ends but grabbed a deuce in the fifth and then scored a single in the eighth to complete the come-from-behind win.

As the men's points leader for the Grand Slam season, Jacobs takes home $75,000 in bonus winnings in addition to $24,500 for the Players' Championship crown.

Jordan Spieth, 21, captures Masters victory for the ages

The young Master: Jordan Spieth wins green jacket at 21 and ties record set by Tiger Woods
Doug Ferguson, The Associated Press

AUGUSTA, Ga. - Jordan Spieth tapped in his final putt to cap off a record performance and bent over in relief. He just as easily could have been taking a bow.

This was a Masters for the ages.

Not since Tiger Woods in 1997 has a 21-year-old faced so little stress while making a mockery of par in a major. Not since Raymond Floyd in 1976 has anyone withstood the pressure of leading for all four rounds at Augusta National.

Buffalo Sabres fire coach Ted Nolan

Buffalo Sabres fire coach Ted Nolan after last-place finish
John Wawrow, The Associated Press

BUFFALO, N.Y. - Two last-place finishes and an imperfect working relationship led Sabres general manager Tim Murray to the conclusion to fire coach Ted Nolan on Sunday.

The decision was made after a lengthy evaluation which ended with Murray's exit interviews with Sabres players, a day after Buffalo (23-51-8) closed its season with a 2-0 loss to Pittsburgh.

Jordan Spieth, 21, captures Masters victory for the ages

The young Master: Jordan Spieth wins green jacket at 21 and ties record set by Tiger Woods
Doug Ferguson, The Associated Press

AUGUSTA, Ga. - Jordan Spieth tapped in his final putt to cap off a record performance and bent over in relief. He just as easily could have been taking a bow.

This was a Masters for the ages.

Not since Tiger Woods in 1997 has a 21-year-old faced so little stress while making a mockery of par in a major. Not since Raymond Floyd in 1976 has anyone withstood the pressure of leading for all four rounds at Augusta National.

NHL playoff preview capsules

NHL playoff preview capsules
Dave Campbell, The Associated Press

A capsule look at the first round of the NHL playoffs (all times EDT):

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EASTERN CONFERENCE

NEW YORK RANGERS vs PITTSBURGH PENGUINS

REGULAR SEASON: Rangers went 53-22-7 (113 points) to win Metropolitan Division, Presidents' Trophy. Penguins went 43-27-12 (98 points) to get second wild-card spot.

SEASON SERIES: Rangers won 3-0-1, with two wins in regulation.

Expansion Orlando City defeats Portland 2-0

Canadian Larin and Kaka score in Orlando City's 2-0 victory over Portland
Anne M Peterson, The Associated Press

PORTLAND, Ore. - For his first Major League Soccer goal, Cyle Larin improvised. With his chest.

Orlando City's rookie striker from Brampton, Ont., bounced a shot into the goal in the 30th minute and the expansion Lions went on to beat the Portland Timbers 2-0 on Sunday.

"It's just instinct," Larin said. "You got to be able to finish with any part of your body."

Bradley named to U.S. squad for friendly

TFC midfielder Michael Bradley named to U.S. squad for international friendly
The Canadian Press

TORONTO - Toronto FC midfielder Michael Bradley has been named to the United States national team's 22-man roster on Sunday for an upcoming friendly match against Mexico.

Bradley has started in three matches for Toronto FC this season and was also named to the MLS Team in Week 1. Over the course of his career, he has appeared for the U.S. 95 times and scored 13 goals.

The 27-year-old has produced four goals against Mexico in his international career — including a double against them in a 2009 World Cup Qualifier.

James Hinchcliffe wins wet Indy GP of Louisiana

Fortunate pit strategy lifts Hinchcliffe to win in rainy, caution-filled Indy GP of Louisiana
Brett Martel, The Associated Press

AVONDALE, La. - Canada's James Hinchcliffe is getting used to partying in New Orleans.

The veteran IndyCar driver was a guest at one of the biggest Mardi Gras parades in February. So, he looked like a natural tossing beads Sunday after winning the inaugural Indy Grand Prix of Louisiana.

The Oakville, Ont., native had a wet track and a fortunate pit strategy to thank for his fourth career triumph, and won by leading most of the last 14 laps under caution. But he'll take it.

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