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Below is a summary of the latest sports news. Pelicans prepare for a visit to jazz

The Utah Jazz has the best record in the NBA. They have only lost consecutive games once this season. Goffin ends the title drought with the Montpellier crown

The Belgian David Goffin fought in the final of the Open Sud de France in Montpellier for his first ATP title in more than three years against Roberto Bautista Agut with 5: 7: 6: 4: 6: 2. It was the fifth ATP crown for number 15 in the world and follows his success on the hard courts of Tokyo in 2017. The Australian popyrin offers an insight into the potential with the victory in Singapore

Australian Alexei Popyrin has flourished quietly in the shadow of compatriots Nick Kyrgios and Alex De Minaur in recent years, but on Sunday the 21-year-old was in the spotlight with his first ATP title in Singapore. After Popyrin had never before survived the quarter-finals of an ATP event, he overtook Kazakh Alexander Bublik in the Singapore Open 4: 6: 6: 0: 6: 2 to continue his striking start to the season. NHL recap: Chicago’s Patrick Kane hits a milestone in victory

Patrick Kane scored his 400th career goal with 10:50 in the third half and hosts Chicago Blackhawks retired in the final 20 minutes to beat the Detroit Red Wings 7-2. Kane became the fourth player in team history to score 400 goals for Chicago and joined the Hall of Famers Bobby Hull (604) and Stan Mikita (541) along with Steve Larmer, 406. He also became the 100th player in NHL history, the 10th active player, and the ninth American-born player to hit the mark. Spring Training Summary: Dodgers Top A’s in the opener

Matt Davidson kicked off as series world champion Los Angeles Dodgers kicked off spring training on Sunday with a 2-1 win over Oakland Athletics in Mesa, Arizona. Davidson agreed to a minor league deal with the Dodgers on February 16, the opener kicked off as the Dodgers’ designated batsman. Corey Seager drove a bloop single for Los Angeles in the third inning. Slow-launching panthers harbor hurricanes

The Florida Panthers have played four games in a row without scoring a goal in the first half. You have fallen behind in each of these competitions. Sprinter Blake says he’d rather miss the Olympics than get the COVID-19 vaccine

Olympic champion Yohan Blake’s sprinter from Jamaica said he would rather miss the Tokyo Games than get the COVID-19 vaccine, even though the athletes competing there this summer won’t need a vaccination. “My mind still stays strong, I don’t want a vaccine, I’d rather miss the Olympics than take the vaccine, I’m not taking it,” he was quoted as saying in the Jamaican newspaper The Gleaner. Spurs want to continue the home dominance of the networks

The San Antonio Spurs are looking to continue their victories despite being understaffed and switching rotations when they host the Brooklyn Nets in their first tackle against teams from New York City on Monday. San Antonio will battle the Knicks on Tuesday to end the set with two games in two nights. Tiger thanks the golfers for the tribute to the red shirt

Tiger Woods thanked his fellow golfers for their tribute on Sunday, when many carried the signature of the 15-time major champion in red and black for the finals on Sunday. Woods was in a car accident Tuesday and was treated at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles for a broken right leg and ankle, which put the future of the 45-year-old’s historic career in question. NBA recap: Mavericks grab Nets’ eight-game winning streak

Luka Doncic scored 27 points and the visiting Dallas Mavericks retired in the second half for a 115-98 win on Saturday night against the Brooklyn Nets. The Mavericks won for the eighth time in eleven games and recovered well from Thursday’s defeat in Philadelphia (111-97). Dallas held Brooklyn at 34 points after halftime.

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