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Warriors guard Patrick McCaw will be sidelined for approximately the next four weeks, according to ESPN’s Chris Haynes, who reports (via Twitter) that McCaw has suffered a small fracture in his left wrist. Mark Medina of The San Jose Mercury News confirms McCaw has a non-displaced fracture, tweeting that the second-year guard will wear a cast for about 10 days. (read more)


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Rudy Gay is set to make his return from a heel injury for the San Antonio Spurs on Friday.The San Antonio Express-News’ Jabari Young reported on Wednesday that he asked Gay whether he would be returning on Friday, and Gay said yes. (read more)

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Tiger Woods is playing back-to-back weeks for the first time in almost a year as he tries to get his game in shape before the Masters. Follow his first round at PGA National with SN's live updates. (read more)

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Based on what Gregg Popovich said on Wednesday, it’s going to take a minor miracle for the San Antonio Spurs to see Kawhi Leonard play this season. Leonard missed the start of the season with a quad injury, and he’s appeared in just nine games since then. (read more)

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While his value derives primarily from his power, Minnesota Twins slugger Miguel Sano may be getting a little bit too hefty for the team’s liking.Twins general manager Thad Levine revealed this week that Sano arrived at camp overweight. (read more)

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Former NFL general manager-turned-talking head Bill Polian has been offering up a treasure trove of hot takes this week. And in his most recent one, Polian engaged in a bit of revisionist history by completely contradicting what he originally thought of Johnny Manziel. (read more)

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The massacre at Stoneman Douglas High School last week in which 17 students and faculty lost their lives hit extremely close to home for Anthony Rizzo, and the Chicago Cubs first baseman is 100 percent in support of Major League Baseball’s efforts to honor the victims. MLB announced this week that teams will honor those slain by wearing Stoneman Douglas caps on Friday before spring training games (read more)

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Major League Baseball on Wednesday tweeted out an image of the caps all 30 teams will wear in memory of the 17 students and faculty slain last week during the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. Major League Baseball announced earlier this week that every team will honor the victims by wearing Stoneman Douglas caps on Friday before spring training games, along with t (read more)

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