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NBA notebook: Surgery successful for Timberwolves G Rose
The Minnesota Timberwolves announced on Saturday that guard Derrick Rose has undergone successful arthroscopic surgery to remove bone chips from his right elbow and will be out indefinitely. Minnesota ...

MLB notebook: Reds seconds baseman Gennett out 8 to 12 weeks
Second baseman Scooter Gennett will miss eight to 12 weeks because of the right groin strain he sustained during a spring training game, the Cincinnati Reds announced Saturday. Gennett walked ...

Mariners Notebook: Mallex Smith could be back for home opener
Mallex Smith, slated to be the Mariners’ leadoff man and regular center fielder before an arm injury derailed his spring training, will rejoin the team Sunday in Seattle. The Mariners will be holding ...

Celtics notebook: Robert Williams, Jayson Tatum lost to back issues
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Celtics began Saturday evening without two of their centers, then added a casualty to the list. “Bruised, lower back contusion, whatever that means,” Stevens said. “But I’m ...

Cardinals notebook: Hudson has scoreless outing
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. • If Dakota Hudson already hadn’t clinched the fifth starting job with a five-inning, eight-strikeout scoreless outing last Monday, he would have cemented it, oddly, with an even ...

Gonzaga notebook: Once in the middle of the action, Dan Dickau calls NCAA Tournament on radio
SALT LAKE CITY – From Gonzaga’s first Associated Press All-American to first-round draft pick to broadcaster, Dan Dickau has seen all levels of the basketball world. After six years in the NBA, Dickau ...

Political notebook: Oklahoma Legislature to resume regular workload
The Oklahoma Legislature returns to a full schedule this week after taking it easy the past 10 days. For the next three weeks, lawmakers will be shepherding Senate bills and joint resolutions through ...

MLB Notebook: Verlander, Astros to add $66M for 2020, '21, according to source
Justin Verlander and the Houston Astros are going to continue their successful partnership for a while longer. Verlander and the Astros have agreed to a contract adding an additional $66 million ...

Baseball notebook: Gennett will miss a few months
All-Star second baseman Scooter Gennett will miss the opening months of the season with a severe groin strain, costing the Cincinnati Reds their most productive hitter less than a week before opening ...

Saturday’s tournament notebook: Villanova’s reign ends with one-sided loss to Purdue
HARTFORD, Conn. — Defending national champion Villanova was bounced from this year’s tournament Saturday night as Purdue beat the Wildcats 87-61 in the South Region. Purdue junior Carsen Edwards ...

NBA Notebook: Young makes last-second shot, Hawks beat 76ers
ATLANTA — Former Norman North and Oklahoma star Trae Young scored 32 points, including a last-second, go-ahead floater, to give the Atlanta Hawks a 129-127 win over Philadelphia on Saturday ...

NCAA wrestling notebook: OSU's Geer only wrestler from bottom half of bracket to place
Saturday’s finals attendance for the NCAA Wrestling Championships was 18,950, running the three-day total at 109,405 for the six sessions at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh. This was the first time the ...