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  • A comeback victory would have been the biggest in franchise history.
  • At Madison Square Garden, some players on the Liberty and the Phoenix Mercury joined the movement ignited by the San Francisco 49ers’ Colin Kaepernick.
  • The gesture came in the wake of police shootings in Tulsa and Charlotte, and many other professional athletes have joined either side of the protest movement.
  • Taurasi scored a game-high 30 points, including a huge 3-pointer to end a string of Liberty comebacks, to end the Liberty’s playoff season after one game.
  • The Badgers’ redshirt freshman quarterback Alex Hornibrook threw for 195 yards and a touchdown, and defensive back Leo Musso added a 66-yard fumble return for a score.
  • Daniel Royer scored his first goal in Major League Soccer in the 60th minute, and the Red Bulls earned a spot in the playoffs for the seventh straight year.
  • Kljestan has used his strong play for the Red Bulls in Major League Soccer to play his way back onto the United States national team.
  • The researchers whose work led to Tom Brady’s suspension have never spoken publicly. Now they’re eager to say they were right, no matter what Patriots fans believe.
  • Six teams in the N.F.L. are winless this season. Here’s who we think will win in Week 3.
  • Ryan Tannehill, Christine Michael and Larry Fitzgerald are among the players set up to perform well in Week 3.
  • Forte, 30, in his first season with the Jets after a prolific career with the Bears, is continuing to produce.
  • Beckham was suspended one game last season after sparring with Norman, who became a new division rival by signing with the Washington Redskins.
  • The N.F.L. said it would continue “to monitor events as we prepare for Sunday’s home game.” The Panthers host the Vikings on Sunday.
  • While battling the effects of an aching knee, Cabrera has hit .364 with nine home runs and 22 R.B.I. since returning from the disabled list on Aug. 19.
  • Porcello rediscovered his sinking two-seam fastball before delivering a breakout season.
  • Clevenger, a backup catcher, will not be paid for the rest of the season after posting messages criticizing the Black Lives Matter movement and President Obama.
  • The Canadian province reorganized its youth hockey program after fewer and fewer players were selected near the top of the N.H.L. draft.
  • Matthews, scheduled to begin his rookie season with the Toronto Maple Leafs in October, is one of the stars of the squad of Canadian and American players competing as Team North America.
  • Despite watching Formula One while growing up in France, Pagenaud is comfortable living in North Carolina while driving for Roger Penske.
  • The series for electric cars will stop in Red Hook, Brooklyn, for two races next July, officials announced on Wednesday.
  • After Johnson made three straight birdies to go up by three shots in the third round of the Tour Championship, Kevin Chappell caught up with him.
  • The PGA Tour has flipped the front and back nines at East Lake Golf Club for the Tour Championship, while the last five holes of each nine at Hazeltine will be swapped for the Ryder Cup.
  • Before they were teammates, Tina Charles and Epiphanny Prince were routinely portrayed as New York City foes as they faced off for the top two high school teams in the nation.
  • The Liberty had the best record in the East, but as the third seed in a system that eliminates the importance of conferences, they face a single-elimination playoff game.
  • In what may foretell a new stage of Rooney’s career, even as team captain, United rolled past Leicester City, 4-1, without him in the starting lineup.
  • Brad Marchand scored twice on assists from Sidney Crosby, and Canada beat Russia, 5-3, in the World Cup of Hockey semifinals.
  • The Knicks will open their preseason schedule on Oct. 4, the same day Rose is scheduled to be in court for a civil suit accusing him of rape.
  • Bosh has been sidelined by blood clots at the All-Star break the past two seasons, but he said last week that he was ready to play.
  • Temple, who coached at Tennessee State University from 1950 to 1993, mentored female runners who won 23 Olympic medals and 34 national titles.
  • A coach’s reputation for infallibility is sustained only by a steady diet of victories. But lately, they haven’t come.
  • Palestinians are asking soccer’s governing body, FIFA, to bar clubs run by Jewish settlers from using fields in occupied territory.
  • For a reporter and his mother, this decade, in which San Francisco has won three World Series titles, has been a long goodbye.
  • A Texas man found a collection of old baseball cards and entered a 1957 contest sponsored by Bazooka that omitted the year of the deadline. The company delivered.
  • The new Fox show “Pitch” imagines a time when women can play Major League Baseball. Is it possible?
  • The sport proved to be a wonderful window to view modern China and its contradictions.
  • Explanations for the sudden rise in home runs include doping and a shift in strategy.
  • United London F.C., which plays in the 12th tier of England’s soccer pyramid, has no manager, instead letting its fans set the team’s lineup each week.
  • Middlesex won the County Championship title on Friday by 8 points, but Somerset came tantalizingly close.
  • Because of unsatisfactory sales, the company will shut down production of golf clubs and balls, but it will continue to produce its popular golf apparel.
  • Players with a Jewish parent or grandparent are eligible for Israeli citizenship, which means they can play for the Israeli team at the World Baseball Classic qualifiers.
  • Skills consultants are trusted by N.H.L. players, but their strategies may end up being at odds with the wishes of team coaches.
  • “In the Barrios and the Big Leagues,” a collective initiative at the American history museum, includes stories and artifacts of players and their impact in the community.
  • Guarantee games, in which the visiting team receives hundreds of thousands of dollars to absorb a beating, have many critics, but some in the small-college world defend them.
  • He covered the 2,190 miles in less than 46 days, shaving about 10 hours off the previous mark.
  • As their playoff hopes dim, the Yankees can find a bit of hope for the future in their phenom behind the plate.
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