After missing the past 10 games because of right knee soreness, and fresh off a visit to Las Vegas for UFC 246, Mavericks forward Kristaps Porzingis is targeting a return to the lineup Tuesday against the Clippers.
Alex Stalock posted his second shutout of the season, and Jason Zucker had a goal and two assists for the Minnesota Wild in a 7-0 win against the Dallas Stars on Saturday night.
- Mavericks F Porzingis expects to play Tuesday
- QB Duffey says he's transferring to C. Michigan
- Stars D Johns returns after nearly 22 months
- Garrett stays in NFC East, named OC of Giants
Tyson Jolly had a career-high 25 points plus 14 rebounds as SMU topped Temple 68-52 on Saturday night.
Jett Duffey, who started the final eight games of the 2019 season for Texas Tech, confirmed to ESPN that he will transfer to Central Michigan.
Kyler Edwards had 22 points coming off the highest-scoring game of his career, and No. 23 Texas Tech pulled away from Iowa State in the second half of a 72-52 victory Saturday.
Devon Dotson returned from a hip injury to score 21 points, including the final seven of the game for Kansas, leading the No. 6 Jayhawks over Texas 66-57 Saturday.
Brady Manek scored a career-high 31 points to lead Oklahoma to an 83-63 win over TCU on Saturday.
Jared Butler scored 19 points and had six assists Saturday, helping No. 2 Baylor rally past Oklahoma State 75-68 for the Bears’ 15th straight victory. Oklahoma State has lost five in a row.
Stars defenseman Stephen Johns returned to game action for the first time in almost 22 months Saturday night when Dallas visited Minnesota. Jones has been sidelined because of post-traumatic headaches.
Jason Garrett is sticking in the NFC East, with the former Cowboys head coach reaching a deal Friday to take over the Giants' offense.
The Cowboys' coach remained in Green Bay during his year away from the game and says he watched the Packers as he prepared for his NFL return.
Luka Doncic scored 35 points, Tim Hardaway Jr. added 29 and the Dallas Mavericks beat Portland 120-112 on Friday night to avoid getting swept at home by the Trail Blazers.
With Mike McCarthy's addition of Adam Henry as wide receivers coach, the Cowboys' staff will have a lead coach at each on-field position.
Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer
A look at the coaching staff Mike McCarthy has put together thus far since taking over the Cowboys: DC – Mike Nolan OC – Kellen Moore ST – John Fassel QB –Doug Nussmeier WR – Adam Henry OL – Joe Philbin Assistant OL – Jeff Brasko RB – Skip Peete TE – Lunda Wells DL – Jim Tomsula LB – Scott McCurley DB – Maurice Linguist, Al Harris Note: Leon Lett could return as assistant defensive line coach.