Tiger Woods makes rocky return to Torrey Pines with 4-over 76

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Tiger Woods had a rough return to the PGA Tour on Thursday. A slow one, too. Woods, playing in a PGA Tour event for the first in 17 months, fell apart on the back nine of the South course at Torrey Pines and wound up with a 4-over 76, leaving him in danger of missing the ...

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Giants receiver Odell Beckham wins Pro Bowl’s drone drop event

Odell Beckham clearly didn’t party on a boat in Miami this week. The Giants’ star receiver showed off his catching skills and won the first ever drone drop event at the 2017 Pro Bowl in Orlando on Thursday. The new event had receivers attempt to catch a football dropped from a drone lined up directly above them in the sky. ...

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Trade drama around Carmelo Anthony hides Knicks’ many warts

It’s a good thing they brought the team psychiatrist on their latest road trip. Because the Knicks, as usual, have a lot of issues and no answers. Derrick Rose hasn’t been this far under-.500, this far into the season, in eight years. Same with Joakim Noah. For Courtney Lee, it’s been seven years. But they’re new to the Knicks, and ...

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Louisiana Tech forced to use only four players against UAB

Teams preach strength in numbers, but that isn’t always exactly true. Point in case: Louisiana Tech men’s basketball. An on-court scuffle Thursday night against UAB left Louisiana Tech with just four players in the game with six minutes remaining in the second half after ejections were handed out. UAB had six men left, which resulted in a rare few minutes ...

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Andrew Ladd’s two goals lift Islanders over Canadiens in 3-1 win

(AP) — The New York Islanders had a strong effort from start to finish and head into the All-Star break playing their best hockey of the season. Andrew Ladd scored twice to lead the Islanders to a 3-1 victory over Montreal on Thursday night, snapping a seven-game losing streak to the Canadiens. Josh Bailey also had a goal and Thomas ...

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Thunder C Enes Kanter fractures forearm after punching chair

Thunder center Enes Kanter fought a chair and the chair won. In the second quarter of the Thunder’s game against the Mavericks on Thursday, a frustrated Kanter walked back to the bench during a timeout and punched the seat of the chair. 49 photos view gallery Sports’ lamest injuries Kanter did not return to the game and Thunder head coach ...

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Phil Jackson must find deal that suits Carmelo Anthony and Knicks

When the All Star reserves were announced Thursday it was like another punch to the gut for Carmelo Anthony. Or maybe it felt something like another unfair dig from Phil Jackson via his pal in the media. These are unique times for Carmelo, who will arrive for work on Friday knowing he’s no longer an All Star and that his ...

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Sports' Most Gruesome Injuries

Sports’ Most Gruesome Injuries Athletes are always putting themselves and their bodies on the line in the name of pride, glory and victory, but sometimes their bodies break down. Or, in some cases, they suffer terribly gruesome injuries at the hands of others. Sports Rss

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Upsets shake up top seeds in latest Bracketology

Was it any coincidence that on the day the NCAA men’s selection committee announced it would give a teaser on the top 16 seeds with a month to go before Selection Sunday, that three of the presumptive No. 1 seeds took losses? And one night later, another possible No. 1 was upset. Thus is the craziness and excitement for this ...

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Giants Mailbag: Running back core, Willie Tye and NFL draft

Giants fans already are eager to discuss April’s NFL Draft and next season’s Big Blue roster even with Super Bowl LI between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons still on the horizon. So we’re here to answer your questions and engage in dialogue about the Giants’ neverending process of talent and personnel evaluation, selection and development. Welcome to the ...

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