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Bey's double-double leads Pistons over slumping Raptors

Bey's double-double leads Pistons over slumping Raptors

DETROIT — Saddiq Bey had 28 points and 12 rebounds, and the Detroit Pistons overcame Norman Powell's 43 points to beat the Toronto Raptors 116-112 on Wednesday night, ending a four-game skid.

Raptors games against Chicago and Cleveland rescheduled

The Toronto Raptors have had an update to their remaining schedule. The NBA announced on Wednesday that two of Toronto's games have been rescheduled. The Raptors' game against the Chicago Bulls in Tampa, Fla., originally scheduled for Feb.
Canada captain Christine Sinclair says she is healthy, ready to play again

Canada captain Christine Sinclair says she is healthy, ready to play again

PORTLAND, Ore. — Canada captain Christine Sinclair, who missed last month's SheBelieves Cup through injury, says she is good to go again. "A little injury.
Heat trade Meyers Leonard to Thunder for Trevor Ariza

Heat trade Meyers Leonard to Thunder for Trevor Ariza

MIAMI — The Miami Heat have turned Meyers Leonard's contract into an opportunity to see if Trevor Ariza can help them for the rest of this season. And for their trouble, the Oklahoma City Thunder got yet another draft pick.
Four Raptors set to return to active roster after prolonged absence

Four Raptors set to return to active roster after prolonged absence

DETROIT — The Toronto Raptors will get four players back tonight after they were sidelined for nearly two weeks for health and safety protocols.
Waiting game continues for Canadian canoeist Laurence Vincent Lapointe

Waiting game continues for Canadian canoeist Laurence Vincent Lapointe

Star Canadian canoeist Laurence Vincent Lapointe has faced a long list of hurdles on her Olympic journey during this extended quadrennial. Simply qualifying for the 2021 Summer Games has been a challenge for the 13-time world champion.
Sabres fire coach Krueger while in midst of 12-game skid

Sabres fire coach Krueger while in midst of 12-game skid

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Firing Buffalo Sabres coach Ralph Krueger on Wednesday represents just the beginning of what could become Kevyn Adams’ major overhaul of an overpriced, underperforming team in the midst of a 12-game skid.
Toronto Blue Jays lose starter Thomas Hatch to injury against Yankees

Toronto Blue Jays lose starter Thomas Hatch to injury against Yankees

DUNEDIN, Fla. — Toronto starter Thomas Hatch exited a pre-season game with right elbow/forearm discomfort and the Blue Jays lost 1-0 to the New York Yankees on Wednesday. The right-hander was pulled in the third inning.
Canadian Denis Shapovalov advances to quarterfinals in Dubai

Canadian Denis Shapovalov advances to quarterfinals in Dubai

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Canada's Denis Shapovalov is heading to the quarterfinals of the Dubai Tennis Championships after beating Poland's Hubert Hurkacz 6-4, 6-3 on Wednesday. The third-seeded Shapovalov, from Richmond Hill, Ont.
Ontario sets $2.35 million for OHL post-secondary scholarships as part of initiative

Ontario sets $2.35 million for OHL post-secondary scholarships as part of initiative

TORONTO — The province provided the Ontario Hockey League with $2.35 million Wednesday for teams' post-secondary education programs, but more could be coming to help the league resume play during the COVID-19 pandemic. The $2.