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Sports Night: Giants’ Pence feeling good

Breton: Giants’ Pence optimistic after injury-plagued season

With the new season looming, Hunter Pence looks more the physical specimen than he has been in three-plus seasons as a Giants right fielder and spiritual leader.

Today’s video: Pence says he has ‘infinite goals’ for 2016

Kings: Low-scoring affair no problem in win over Knicks

The Kings win the kind of game they’re not designed to win – an ugly, low-scoring contest – and hold off the New York Knicks 88-80 Sunday night at Madison Square Garden. The last time the Kings won a game while holding an opponent to 80 points or fewer was Feb. 3, 2014.

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Republic FC: Recent signee scores

Mackenzie Pridham is Cal Poly’s all-time leading goal scorer. He’s continuing to find the back of the net in his seven-week tenure with Sacramento Republic FC. He has scored six goals in a combination of friendlies and exhibitions.

NCAA Tournament: Wisconsin stuns Xavier on late three-pointer

Bronson Koenig takes an inbound pass and buries a three-pointer on the final play of the game to give Wisconsin a 66-63 victory over Xavier and a spot in the Sweet 16.

Giants: Belt leads the way; Colorado star stays hot

Brandon Belt goes 4 for 4, including a home run, and drives in four runs to help the Giants to a 10-4 win over Colorado in Scottsdale, Ariz. Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado has two more hits to boost his spring training-best average to .606.

A’s: Sands hits two home runs as White Sox win

Jerry Sands hits two homers and drives in three runs to lead the Chicago White Sox past the A’s. Danny Valencia and Matt Olson each drive in runs for Oakland.

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