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GOLF: 3 Trump courses on LIV slate
The second year of Saudi-funded LIV Golf will be going to three courses owned by former President Donald Trump as part of a 14-event schedule in 2023, according to a report from SI.com.
The report said LIV Golf announced its schedule, although the LIV website only said that a full schedule was coming soon. The rival league to the PGA Tour previously said it would open its season Feb. 24-26 at the Mexican golf resort of Mayakoba, which formerly hosted a Tour stop.
NFL: Panthers interview Payton
The Panthers interviewed Sean Payton for their coaching vacancy on Monday. The 59-year-old Payton, whose rights are still held by the NFC South-rival Saints after his retirement before last season, is drawing plenty of interest from NFL teams with headcoaching openings. including the Broncos.
MLB: Halos no longer up for sale
Angels owner Arte Moreno has decided not to sell the team, taking his franchise off the market Monday after announcing his plan to explore a sale of the team last August. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said he is “very pleased” the 76-year-old, who had met with prospective buyers during the offseason, is staying in the game.
The Twins acquired veteran outfielder Michael A. Taylor from the Royals in exchange for relief pitching prospects Evan Sisk and Steven Cruz.
NBA: Bucks drop 150 on Pistons
Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 20 of his 29 points in the first quarter, returning to the lineup after a five-game absence to lead the Bucks to a 150-130 victory over the
Pistons on Monday night in Detroit.
In Orlando, Fla., Paolo Banchero scored 23 points, Jonathan Isaac played in an NBA game for the first time in 2 ¹/₂ years and the Magic broke the Celtics’ nine-game winning streak with a 113-98 win.
The Lakers acquired former lottery pick Rui Hachimura from the Wizards on Monday in exchange for Kendrick Nunn and second-round picks this year and in 2028 and 2029.
EPL: Kane’s milestone lifts Spurs
Harry Kane became Tottenham’s jointleading scorer of all time by netting in a 1-0 win over Fulham that moved his team three points off the Premier League’s top four on Monday in London.
Kane received a pass with his back to goal at the edge of the area, swiveled and curled a shot into the bottom corner for his 266th goal for Tottenham, putting him level with the late Jimmy Greaves.
Everton fired manager Frank Lampard as the crisis-hit Premier League team took action amid its latest fight against relegation and protests by disgruntled fans against the club’s board. Lampard, a former England international and Chelsea great who played for New York City FC at the end of his career, lasted nearly a year in the role.
NCAA: Baylor bests No. 9 Kansas
LJ Cryer had 22 points with five 3-pointers and 17th-ranked Baylor stretched its Big 12-best winning streak to five games with a 75-69 win over No. 9 Kansas on Monday night in Waco, Texas.
In Blacksburg, Va., Grant Basile scored 15 of his 24 points in the second half, Sean Pedulla had 16 points and five assists and Virginia Tech beat Duke, 78-75, to snap a seven-game losing streak.