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Jordan Spieth Is Muttering Less and Smiling More

TULSA, Okla. — Sixteen months ago, Jordan Spieth spent long stretches during post-round news conferences answering questions about what was…

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Praying the Lakers Regain a Starring Role in the N.B.A. Playoffs

Dear God of Sports, This prayer comes in the name of N.B.A. healing and restoration. The playoffs are happening now,…

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Is the UConn Dynasty Done? Auriemma Likes the Outlook for Next Year

MINNEAPOLIS — Connecticut has spent almost three decades as the most formidable threat in women’s college basketball, dangerous even when…

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What to Watch in the N.C.A.A. Men’s Championship Game

NEW ORLEANS — It all comes down to one final game. North Carolina and Kansas — two blue bloods in…

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College Football Gets its Inevitable Georgia-Alabama Title Rematch

Georgia, the defensive mammoth, and Alabama, the perennial juggernaut, seemed to be on a collision course to the top of…

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When No. 1 Is a Lot Better Than No. 2

Chet Holmgren, the 7-foot Gonzaga freshman, blocked a shot, grabbed the rebound, took the ball the length of the court,…

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An American May Finally Win the Race to Dubai

In the 50-year history of the European Tour, something could happen on Sunday at the final event of the season,…

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The Two Worlds of Billy Horschel

Billy Horschel of the United States, ranked 20th in the world golf rankings, enters the DP World Tour Championship, Dubai…

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