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K-Heart Sports - Tuesday - 02/05/19 - PM Edition

We'll have boys basketball on the air tonight as L&C-Berthold will host Garrison....

    MINOT, ND - We'll have boys basketball on the air tonight as L&C-Berthold will host Garrison. Pre-game is set for 7:05 pm on 106.9 K-Heart and online at www.khrt.com.

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     MINNESOTA LYNX-MOORE

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Minnesota Lynx star Maya Moore has decided to skip the upcoming WNBA season. Moore announced today on The Players' Tribune website that she'll sit out in 2019. She already took the fall and winter off from international competition. The five-time first-team All-WNBA honoree has helped the Lynx win four championships since her rookie year in 2011.
 
     Last season was only the second time since Moore was drafted first overall that the Lynx didn't reach the WNBA Finals. Moore was eighth in the league in minutes and seventh in points in 2018. She has missed one game in eight seasons, with career averages of 18.4 points and 5.9 rebounds per game.
 
     The Lynx, who have lost point guard Lindsay Whalen to retirement, start their season May 25 against Chicago.

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     SUPER BOWL-PARADE
 
     BOSTON (AP) - Tom Brady and the New England Patriots have taken a victory lap through downtown Boston. Hundreds of thousands of fans lined the streets, cheering wildly as the city's World War II-era amphibious "duck boats" carried players, coaches and their families through central Boston.
 
     Security was tight, but the atmosphere was carefree in a city celebrating its second major sports championship in just four months. In October, Boston staged a similar parade to fete the Red Sox after they won their fourth World Series title in 15 years.
 
     Quarterback Brady held his pigtailed daughter, Vivian, on an open-roofed duck boat as they grinned and waved to the crowd.
 
     The Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 to win Sunday's Super Bowl 53.
 
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     NBA-WIZARDS-WALL SURGERY
 
     WASHINGTON (AP) - The Washington Wizards say point guard John Wall will be sidelined for more than another year because he ruptured his left Achilles tendon while slipping and falling at home. The team said today that Wall's surgery has not been scheduled. He is expected to be able to return to full basketball activities about a year after the operation.
 
     The rupture was discovered by a team doctor during a procedure to clean out an infection that developed after surgery on Wall's left heel in January. Wall averaged 20.7 points and 8.7 assists in 32 games this season. He played in only 41 last season, when he had an operation on his left knee. Wall also had surgery on both knees in 2016.
 
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     NHL-MAPLE LEAFS-MATTHEWS
 
     TORONTO (AP) - The Toronto Maple Leafs have signed star center Auston Matthews to a five-year contract extension at an annual average of $11.6 million. The former first overall draft pick is in his third season with the Leafs. He was making the maximum $925,000 a year under his three-year rookie deal.
 
     The 21-year-old from Scottsdale, Arizona, has 97 goals and 81 assists in 182 regular-season games with the Leafs. This season he has 23 goals and 23 assists in 38 games. The NHL rookie of the year has represented Toronto at the NHL All-Star Game in each of his three seasons.
 
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     MLB-MARLINS-GRANDERSON
 
     MIAMI (AP) - Outfielder Curtis Granderson has agreed to a minor league contract with the Miami Marlins and will report to big league spring training. If added to the 40-man roster, he would get a one-year contract that pays $1.75 million while in the major leagues and have the chance to earn $250,000 in performance bonuses for plate appearances.
 
     The 37-year-old is a three-time AL All-Star and 15-year major league veteran. He batted .242 last year in 123 games with the Toronto Blue Jays and Milwaukee Brewers, reaching the postseason for the eighth time. Granderson has a career average of .252 with 332 home runs and 903 RBIs. Among active players he ranks third in triples, sixth in home runs and seventh in games and runs scored. He could see considerable playing time with the Marlins, who will begin spring training with three unclaimed outfielder jobs.
 


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