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9:47 AM ET Jeff WagenheimESPN Joanna Jedrzejczyk ended several days of speculation on Friday morning by making weight for Saturday night’s UFC strawweight main event against Michelle Waterson, who also hit the scale below the weight limit. Jedrzejczyk (15-3), who had reportedly told the UFC a week ago that she might not make the 116-pound
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9:38 AM ET Associated Press SHANGHAI — Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic went from perfectly unbeatable to unbelievably beaten in the quarterfinals of the Shanghai Masters. Federer and Djokovic had been a combined 13-0 in Shanghai with a spot in the semifinals on the line, but both lost Friday. Federer saved five match points in
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9:12 AM ET Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving will not play in the team’s second game in China against the Los Angeles Lakers on Saturday after he aggravated a facial fracture Thursday, the team announced. Irving played just one minute of the Nets’ 114-111 win. He left the game after the Lakers’ Rajon Rondo inadvertently
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8:34 AM ET We’re down to the MLB playoffs‘ final four teams. Most of the national attention will focus on the colossal showdown in the American League between the 107-win Houston Astros and 103-win New York Yankees, a rematch of the 2017 American League Championship Series that went seven games, with the home team winning
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4:48 AM ET Associated Press Finland’s Tapio Pulkkanen matched his career-best score on the European Tour with a seven-under 64 to take a one-stroke lead Thursday after the first round of the Italian Open. Pulkkanen, who graduated from the European Challenge Tour last season, sunk seven birdies and did not have any bogeys at the
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3:29 AM ET SAN FRANCISCO — Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry scored 40 points in 25 minutes in Thursday night’s 143-123 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves. Curry’s dazzling offensive performance offered fans both a reminder of the former MVP’s talent and a glimpse at just how dominant he could be on certain nights as
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11:24 PM ET FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The New England Patriots‘ offense, led by quarterback Tom Brady, still isn’t clicking. Thankfully for the unit, the defense and special teams make game-changing plays that continue to buy the Patriots more time. Everything you need this week:&• Full schedule » | Standings »&• Depth charts for every team
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