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(Salt Lake City, UT) -- Damian Lillard scored 23 points but the Trail Blazers couldn't hold off the hot shooting Jazz and lost 122-103 in Salt Lake City. CJ McCollum added 19 points in defeat. Portland has dropped three of four to slip to 30-and-21. The Blazers host the Pistons tomorrow.



(Los Angeles, CA) -- Paul George scored 33 points as the Clippers toppled the Suns 113-103 at home. Kawhi Leonard added 27 for Los Angeles. The Clippers are 35-and-18 and host the Rockets tonight.



(Miami, FL) -- Kentavious Caldwell-Pope scored 28 points but the Lakers fell 110-104 to the Heat in Miami. Andre Drummond added 15 points and 12 rebounds. The Lakers are 32-and-20 and will visit the Nets tomorrow.



(Dunedin, FL) -- David Fletcher drove in the go-ahead runs as the Angels took down the Blues Jays 7-5 in 11 innings in Dunedin, Florida. Mike Trout homered for Los Angeles. Junior Guerra got the win for the Angels, who have won five of seven. Andrew Heaney gets the start tonight.



(Los Angeles, CA) -- The Dodgers will have their home opener today. LA will welcome the Washington Nationals to town. Walker Buehler will take the mound for the Dodgers. Joe Ross will counter for Washington.



(Houston, TX) -- The Astros hit three solo home runs as they topped the Athletics 6-2 in Houston. Carlos Correa, Jose Altuve, and Yordan Alvarez homered for Houston. Jed Lowrie and Stephen Piscotty drove in runs for the Athletics. Cole Irvin gave up four runs over five and one third innings for Oakland, which has lost seven of eight. Sean Manaea gets the start tonight.



(San Francisco, CA) -- The Giants are also having their home opener today. San Francisco will host the Colorado Rockies. The Giants will send Johnny Cueto to the mound. Colorado will start Austin Gomber.



(Salt Lake City, UT)  --  The Trail Blazers will be on the road again tonight, this time against the Jazz in Salt Lake City.  Portland dropped its road matchup against the Clippers on Tuesday to slip to 30-and-20.  The Blazers will return home on Saturday to host Detroit. 



(San Francisco, CA)  --  The Warriors are at home tomorrow.  Golden State will host the Washington Wizards.  The Warriors are 24-and-27 on the season.



(Los Angeles, CA)  --  The Clippers are in for a big Pacific Division battle tonight.  The Clippers will host the Phoenix Suns.  Los Angeles is 34-and-18 and three games back of Phoenix.



(Miami, FL)  --  The Lakers are on the road again tonight.  LA will visit the Miami Heat.  The Lakers have won four of six and are 32-and-19 on the season.



(Seattle, WA)  --  Kyle Seager hit a bases-clearing double to break a 4-all tie as the Mariners doubled up the White Sox 8-4 at T-Mobile Park.  Mitch Haniger tied the game on a sac-fly in the sixth as Seattle ended a two-game skid.  Will Vest logged the win.  The M's visit the Twins today.



(Los Angeles, CA)  --  Norman Powell led the Trail Blazers with 32 points but it wasn't enough as they fell to the Clippers 133-116 in Los Angeles.  CJ McCollum added 24 points and six assists in the loss.  Portland drops to 30-and-20 and visits Utah tomorrow. 



(Undated)  --  On the ice, the Ducks blasted the Sharks 5-1.  The Ducks will host Colorado Friday.  The Sharks host the Kings Friday.  The Kings will host the Coyotes tonight.



(San Francisco, CA)  --  Kelly Oubre Jr. hit the tying and go-ahead free throws with 7.7 seconds remaining as the Warriors edged the Bucks 122-121 in San Francisco.  Stephen Curry led the Warriors with 41 points.  Golden State snapped a three-game losing skid and will host the Wizards Friday.



(Tampa, FL)  --  Talen Horton-Tucker scored 17 points as the Lakers took down the Raptors 110-101 in Tampa.  Markieff Morris added 15 and Marc Gasol had 13 for the Lakers, who have won two of three.  The Lakers are 32-and-19 and will visit the Heat tomorrow.



(New York, NY)  --  Major League Baseball is officially moving its All-Star Game to Colorado.  The league announced it is relocating the Midsummer Classic from Atlanta to Denver in response to Georgia's voter reform law.  Georgia Governor Brian Kemp says MLB is bending to the cancel culture.



(Seattle, WA)  --  Keynan Middleton gave up an eighth inning grand slam as the Mariners were crushed by the White Sox 10-4 at T-Mobile Park.  Mitch Haniger logged two RBI in defeat.  Nick Margevicius took the loss for Seattle, which lost its second in a row.  The M's close out their series against the Sox today. 



(Anaheim, CA)  --  Mike Trout hit his second home run of the season but the Angels fell 4-2 to the Astros at home.  Raisel Iglesias took the loss.  The Angels are 4-and-2 and will visit the Blue Jays in Dunedin, Florida tomorrow.



(Oakland, CA)  --  Max Muncy hit a two-run homer as the Dodgers cruised past the Athletics 5-1 in Oakland.  Mookie Betts and Edwin Rios also homered for Los Angeles.  Clayton Kershaw gave up just one run over seven innings and struck out eight for the Dodgers, who have won five of six.  Ramon Laureano drove in the lone run for the Athletics.  Chris Bassitt allowed four runs over six innings for Oakland, which has lost all six games to begin the season.  The two teams will close out the series today.



(San Diego, CA)  --  Brandon Crawford homered but the Giants lost 3-1 to the Padres in San Diego.  Matt Wisler was tagged with the loss in relief.  The Giants will wrap up the series in San Diego this afternoon.



(Indianapolis, IN) -- Baylor is the champion of men's college basketball. The Bears beat Gonzaga 86-70 in the NCAA Tournament title game in Indianapolis. Jalen Suggs led the Bulldogs with 22 points in defeat. Gonzaga was denied a perfect season, finishing 31-and-1.



(Los Angeles, CA) -- The Trail Blazers are in Los Angeles tonight to face off with the Clippers. Portland has won five of its last six games to land at 30-and-19. The Blazers will visit the Jazz on Thursday.



(Oakland, CA) -- The Dodgers built a 9-0 lead as they dominated the Athletics 10-3 in Oakland. Justin Turner and Will Smith homered for the Dodgers. Corey Seager and Zach McKinstry drove in three runs apiece for LA. Dustin May threw six scoreless innings and struck out eight for the Dodgers, who have won four straight. Clayton Kershaw and Chris Bassitt will square off against each other tonight.



(Seattle, WA) -- Justus Sheffield gave up six runs over five innings as the Mariners were shutout by the White Sox 6-0 at T-Mobile Park. Seattle was held to just three hits to lose two of its last three games. The M's rematch with the Sox tonight.


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