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Recent articles by Tim:

Verhaeghe stars as Panthers rally from 3-0 deficit to beat Capitals, move to one win from advancing

Verhaeghe broke the Panthers’ playoff scoring record that Ray Sheppard set on a four-point night back on April 22, 1996 — which remains the last, and only, season in which the Panthers won a playoff series. → Read More

Explainer: How 81-1 shot Rich Strike won the Kentucky Derby

Horses at odds of nearly 81-1 don’t win the Kentucky Derby. Jockeys who have never won any big stakes race of any kind don’t win the Kentucky Derby. Owners with fewer than 10 career wins don’t win the Kentucky Derby. → Read More

EXPLAINER: How 81-1 shot Rich Strike won the Kentucky Derby

One of the biggest upsets in racing history happened Saturday. → Read More

Bettman says Quenneville hasn't approached NHL about return

NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman says Joel Quenneville has not contacted him about a return to the league. → Read More

Bobrovsky stellar as balanced Panthers top Capitals 5-1 in Game 2 to even series

Five Panthers scored goals and goalie Sergei Bobrovsky stopped 26 shots. → Read More

Panthers rout Capitals 5-1 in Game 2 to even series

SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) — The bounce-back game that the Florida Panthers needed started, perhaps fittingly, with a puck that took a fortuitous bounce. A burst here. A burst there. And just like that, series tied. Aleksander Barkov and Carter Verhaeghe each had a goal and an assist and the Panthers beat the Washington Capitals 5-1 on Thursday night to even the Eastern Conference first-round series at… → Read More

Bettman says Quenneville hasn't approached NHL about return

SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) — If three-time Stanley Cup winner Joel Quenneville is looking to return to coaching next season, he hasn’t told NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman of that plan. And Bettman would certainly be in the loop on that news. → Read More

Aaron Ekblad, Alex Ovechkin practicing and possible to play in Panthers-Caps Game 1

All signs point to Ovechkin being in the lineup for Game 1 of an Eastern Conference first-round series against the Panthers on Tuesday night, and Ekblad, who missed Florida’s final 21 games with a knee injury, seems like he could be back for Game 1 as well. → Read More

The Comeback Cats: Florida overcame adversity this season, take confidence into playoffs

The Panthers had an NHL-best 29 comeback wins this season. They had 24 wins after giving up the first goal, the most in the NHL since Calgary’s 26 such games in 1990-91. They pulled off five wins after trailing by three goals; the rest of the NHL had 14 of those. They had two wins in games where they trailed by four goals; the rest of the NHL combined for three. → Read More

Heat know that even without Embiid, 76ers will be challenge

In Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra’s mind, the injury situation with Joel Embiid doesn’t doom the Philadelphia 76ers. He figures it’ll only steel their resolve. → Read More

76ers' Embiid has broken orbital bone, as East semis loom

Joel Embiid has a right orbital fracture and a mild concussion and the Philadelphia 76ers said Friday night that the MVP finalist is out for the foreseeable future → Read More

76ers getting ready for Heat, and Rivers is wasting no time

A few hours before Game 6 of his team’s first-round series against Toronto got started, Philadelphia coach Doc Rivers was busy watching film. It wasn’t tape of the Raptors. He was watching the Miami Heat. → Read More

Preview capsules for the first round of the NBA playoffs

Preview capsules for the NBA’s first-round playoff series that begin this weekend. → Read More

Alcantara sharp, Marlins win home opener over Phillies 4-3

The Miami Marlins tried to do less, and it worked. Sandy Alcantara allowed two runs in 6 1/3 innings, Joey Wendle had two RBIs and the Marlins won their home opener by downing the Philadelphia Phillies 4-3 on Thursday night. Garrett Cooper hit his first home run of the year, while Jesús Sánchez had two hits and an RBI for Miami. The Marlins started the year with a 1-4 road trip, and manager Don… → Read More

Wendle, Cooper propel Marlins past Harper, Realmuto, Phillies in home opener

It was the 67th time in Harper’s career that he had at least three RBIs. His teams fell to 61-6 in those games. → Read More

Scheffler chases Masters win, with caddie who knows the way

He hired Ted Scott, who caddied in both of Bubba Watson’s Masters wins, on a test basis five months ago. It has paid huge and fast dividends, and they’ll try → Read More

The Masters values tradition, but course change is constant

Not even 24 hours had passed after last year's Masters ended, and the preparations for this year's tournament were underway. It started with heavy equipment... → Read More

The mandate for the Marlins in 2022 is simple: to believe

“I think we can win,” said Don Mattingly, the Marlins’ manager. “I think that’s the key. I think we believe we can. Other than that, it’s just talking. Our group believes it. Now we’ve got to go prove it. We’ve got to go execute. We’ve got to do the things it takes to win.” → Read More

AP Was There: NBA suspends season over coronavirus pandemic

By TIM REYNOLDS - AP Basketball Writer The NBA suspends the season “until further notice” after Rudy Goebert of the Utah Jazz tests positive for the coronavirus. The move comes hours after the majority of the league’s owners were leaning toward playing games without fans in arenas. The stoppage is expected to last a couple weeks. But the NBA does not resume play again until the end of July with… → Read More

Hurkacz wears down Medvedev in Miami, denies him No. 1 rank

Hubert Hurkacz, seeded eighth, moved two wins away from defending his Miami title by wearing down the top-seeded Daniil Medvedev 7-6 (7), 6-3 on Thursday in a men’s quarterfinal. → Read More