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5 things to know heading into Saturday's Masters action
There are 20 players within six shots of the Masters lead and 12 within four, setting the stage for an interesting weekend at Augusta National Golf Club.      
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Vanderbilt guard Scotty Pippen Jr. declares for 2021 NBA Draft but won't sign with agent
Vanderbilt guard Scotty Pippen Jr. announced Saturday he has declared for the NBA Draft but left open the possibility of returning to the Commodores.      
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The big bet: Sports gambling has leagues, networks and books desperate for a piece of your action
Three years after a landmark Supreme Court ruling, perhaps the country's most hotly contested game is who rules the betting industry.      
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How to watch U.S. women's soccer team vs. Sweden: Live stream and TV info, start time, USWNT roster
The U.S. women's national soccer team will face its toughest test in some time when it takes on Sweden at Friends Arena in Stockholm on Saturday.      
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Joe Musgrove, the kid who grew up a Padres fan, gives San Diego its first no-hitter
It only took 52 years and 8,206 games, but the San Diego Padres have their first no-hitter, thanks to a pitcher who grew up a fan, Joe Musgrove.      
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Recent no-hitters in Major League Baseball
Looking at no-hitters in Major League Baseball since 2012.      
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Opinion: Cameron Champ, just three shots off the lead at Masters, is meeting the moment
After his round of 68 at the Masters, Cameron Champ did not back down when asked about Georgia's new voter suppression law.      
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Golfer disqualified from Masters after signing for lower score
Matthew Wolff was disqualified from the Masters after he made the mistake of signing a card that had a lower score than he shot.      
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Opinion: It's a Hollywood story for the Los Angeles Dodgers as they receive their World Series rings
The Dodgers enjoyed a ceremony 32 years in the making as the team received their World Series rings with fans in attendance at Dodger Stadium.      
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Los Angeles Dodgers receive their 2020 World Series championship rings
The Los Angeles Dodgers received their 2020 World Series championship rings during a ceremony before the team's home opener at Dodger Stadium.      
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Why Masters contender had to putt with his 3-wood
Si Woo Kim, who sits in a tie for sixth, broke his putter in frustration, forcing him to turn his 3-wood into a putter to finish out his round.      
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Amarillo High's Max Milligan signs for Trinity College
The senior outfielder will join the ranks of the Tigers at DIII school Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas.      
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How to watch 2021 NWSL Challenge Cup: Live stream and TV info, teams, schedule
The NWSL Challenge Cup is back after a groundbreaking 2020 tournament in Utah, where the Houston Dash were surprising champions.      
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Cincinnati parts ways with men's basketball coach John Brannen as it reviews allegations
The University of Cincinnati has parted ways with men's basketball coach John Brannen.      
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Opinion: On NFL disability, some players say 'Delay, deny and hope we die' remains true
The NFL's benefits plan has a long history of delaying and denying payments to its former players. One player called it "delay, deny and hope we die."      
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Opinion: The NCAA's mishandling of the women's basketball tournament has bled into complaints about volleyball
We're off to the races with complaint after complaint after NCAA mishandled women's basketball tournament.      
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Blue Jays' top minor league team temporarily moves home games from Buffalo to Trenton
The Class AAA Buffalo Bisons will play part of the season in New Jersey while their home park undergoes additional renovations for potential Jays games.      
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MLB (probably) isn't singling out Trevor Bauer in reported review of baseballs
MLB is upping surveillance league-wide for foreign substances on baseballs.      
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As home win streak reaches 23, Jazz hoping their home court is an advantage over Lakers
Jazz have won 23 straight at home, so a No. 1 finish would give them home-court advantage throughout playoffs. That means a lot on the road to title.      
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Sports world reacts to death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh
Throughout his life, Prince Philip had his associations with sports, including serving as a two-term president at the Lord's Marylebone Cricket Club.      
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Athletes, advocates call on NCAA to pull competition from states with anti-trans bills
As a record number of anti-transgender bills are being proposed across the country, athletes and advocates called on the NCAA to do more.      
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As LeBron James hints of an early return, medical experts say he's not falling to Father Time yet
As medical experts weigh his future fate, LeBron James hints of an early return from a high ankle sprain.      
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Special Delivery: EXCLUSIVE interview with FootJoy on their new HyperFlex golf shoes
The Special Delivery crew is diving into the golf game this week with FootJoy's brand new HyperFlex golf shoe. Keith Duffy of FootJoy visits the show to chop it up with Sykes and talk about how the shoe can help him improve his awful golf game.      
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Two decades after Alex Rodriguez's historic 10-year, $252 million deal, big paydays flourish for stars
Since Alex Rodriguez's 10-year, $252 million contract in Dec. 2000, salaries have seen a dramatic growth over the past two decades.      
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Blister will prevent Angels' two-way player Shohei Ohtani from making next start on mound
Shohei Ohtani won't be taking his turn in the Los Angeles Angels' rotation this weekend due to a lingering blister problem.      
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Golfer 'gutted' after being docked two strokes at Masters
Abraham Ancer was assessed two-stroke penalty after Round 1 for grazing the sand before bunker shot at the Masters.      
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Top 10 remaining NFL free agents: Will any sign before 2021 draft?
Market for unsigned NFL veterans has slowed to a crawl but could pick up once the draft finishes on May 1. Here are the top 10 remaining free agents.      
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Referee Bert Smith's fall in men's NCAA Tournament game didn't kill him. It saved his life.
When NCAA men's basketball referee Bert Smith collapsed during the Gonzaga-USC game, some thought he had died. Turns out, that fall saved his life.      
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Trevor Bauer chides 'gossip bloggers' for reports of MLB collecting his baseballs for inspection
Trevor Bauer calls reports that some balls from his last start were confiscated because they were sticky or defaced "desperate and misleading."      
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