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Today β€” April 21st 2019NYT Sports

Nets’ G.M. Sean Marks Suspended for Entering the Referees’ Locker Room

By BENJAMIN HOFFMAN

Marks was fined $25,000 and will be suspended without pay for Game 5 of the first-round series with the Philadelphia 76ers.

Carl Hagelin Made a Habit of Knocking Off the Capitals. Now He Is One of Them.

By TOM WORGO

Hagelin, who has spent time on three teams this season, has been involved in eliminating Washington from the playoffs five times, three as a Ranger, two as a Penguin.

76ers 112, Nets 108 | Philadelphia leads series, 3-1: Nets’ Tempers Flare, but Their Shots Don’t Fall, in Game 4 Loss to Sixers

By KELLY WHITESIDE

The Nets were undone in the second half by turnovers and poor shooting after a shoving match between Jared Dudley and Philadelphia’s Jimmy Butler got both players ejected.

N.B.A. Roundup: N.B.A. Playoffs: Second-Seeded Nuggets Pull Even With Spurs

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Khris Middleton had 20 points and 9 rebounds for the Bucks in a road win that gave them a 3-0 series lead against the Pistons.

N.H.L. Roundup: N.H.L. Playoffs: Blues Oust Jets; Capitals Beat Hurricanes by 6

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Jaden Schwartz scored all three goals to help give St. Louis the only home win for either team. Nicklas Backstrom had four points as Washington took a 3-2 series lead.

Cardinals 10, Mets 2: In Mets’ Loss, Good News: Jacob deGrom’s Arm Is β€˜Much Improved’

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The ace, who is on the injured list with a sore right elbow, might not need an magnetic resonance imaging test after all, Manager Mickey Callaway said.

Yankees 9, Royals 2: In Yankees’ Win, Bad News: Aaron Judge Leaves With an Oblique Injury

By JAMES WAGNER

The right fielder left the game after appearing to injure himself on a swing in the sixth inning. The Yankees hit four home runs in support of pitcher Masahiro Tanaka.

Yesterday β€” April 20th 2019NYT Sports

Fabio Fognini Stuns Rafael Nadal to Reach Monte Carlo Final

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Nadal’s last defeat at the clay tournament was also in the semifinals, against Novak Djokovic in 2015.

Arena Football Takes Yet Another Shot

By KEVIN DRAPER

New Yorker Corey Galloway has big dreams for a football team called the Streets. History is not his friend.

N.H.L. Roundup: N.H.L. Playoffs: Maple Leafs Win to Put Bruins on the Brink

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Auston Matthews and Kasperi Kapanen scored in the third period of a 2-1 victory that gave Toronto a 3-2 series lead.

N.B.A. Roundup: N.B.A. Playoffs: Celtics Take 3-0 Series Lead Against Pacers

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Pascal Siakam had 30 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Raptors past the Magic for a 2-1 edge. Russell Westbrook scored 33 as the Thunder beat the Trail Blazers.

Santa Anita, Losing Horses to Other Tracks, Reduces Race Days for Now

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The track will hold racing three days a week instead of four for the next four weeks as several stables have sent horses to run at tracks like Keeneland and Churchill Downs.

St. John’s Hires Mike Anderson as New Men’s Basketball Coach

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The former Arkansas coach, taking over for Chris Mullin, said he wanted the Red Storm to be a team that opponents “don’t know what we’re going to do.”

An Underappreciated Tobias Harris Steals the Show as the 76ers Take a Playoff Lead

By KELLY WHITESIDE

Harris has been traded five times in eight seasons, but his latest stop, Philadelphia, may finally be a place he can call home.

Concerned About Aroldis Chapman’s Slowing Fastball? He Isn’t

By JAMES WAGNER

"My objective now isn’t to throw as hard but to pitch,” said the Yankees’ closer, who is adjusting his approach as age takes away some of his trademark velocity.

Mets Place Jacob deGrom on Injured List With Sore Elbow

By KEVIN ARMSTRONG

DeGrom, who struggled in his last two games, was scratched from his scheduled start in St. Louis on Saturday and will undergo an M.R.I. exam in New York.

N.C.A.A. Proposal to Curtail Graduate Transfers Is Voted Down

By BILLY WITZ

The measure, which would have applied only to football and men’s and women’s basketball, could have severely restricted graduate transfers.

Before yesterdayNYT Sports

Breanna Stewart Shows the Toll of Pro Women’s Basketball’s Never-Ending Grind

By HOWARD MEGDAL

Stewart, like many women, plays overseas in the W.N.B.A.’s off-season to earn more money. But the endless season takes a mental toll and, as an injured Stewart shows, a physical one.

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