UCLA heats up in the second half on Sunday at Golden 1 Center, taking apart Cincinnati in a NCAA Tournament second-round game by hitting 3-pointers, running the break and unleashing star guard Lonzo Ball.
The NCAA Tournament won’t occupy Golden 1 Center every night, but this weekend’s first- and second-round games should ensure that Sacramento will not be joining college basketball’s expanding list of one-and-dones.
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Tyler Dorsey’s 3-pointer with 38 seconds left gives third-seeded Oregon a 75-72 win over No. 11 Rhode Island in the NCAA Tournament on Sunday. The Ducks are heading to the Sweet 16 for the second year in a row.
Dwight Clark, the former 49ers wide receiver famous for “The Catch” in the NFC championship game against the Dallas Cowboys in 1982, reveals Sunday that he was diagnosed with ALS.
Kings rookie Buddy Hield has 18 points and five assists in Sacramento’s 118-102 loss to the San Antonio Spurs on Sunday at AT&T Center. Even though the Kings trailed by as many as 28, Hield says he learned a lot and felt more confident after his latest encounter with the Spurs.
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For the third consecutive Monster Cup race, Kyle Larson finishes as the runner-up. The Elk Grove native is the points leader on NASCAR’s top circuit despite not winning a race yet this season. Here’s how social media is reacting to his second-place finish.
Ryan Newman gambles and skips a late tire-changing pit stop to take the lead from deep in the pack and holds on for the final two laps in a surprise victory in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup series race. Elk Grove’s Kyle Larson finishes second for the third consecutive race and takes the series points lead.
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