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After a disappointing half-season, Atlanta Hawks fire coach Lloyd Pierce

The Hawks (14-20) did not immediately name a successor to Pierce, who went 63-120 in Atlanta, missing the playoffs in his two completed seasons.

Quarterback Alex Smith expected to part ways with Washington Football Team

Smith returned from a compound leg fracture he suffered during a game in November of 2018 to 5-1 as a starter last season.

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Mercifully, this first look at the Red Sox in action was abbreviated

Three times in their seven-inning loss to the Braves, the Sox invoked a "mercy rule" to end an inning before getting the third out.

Sports Museum accepting entries for the 2021 Will McDonough writing contest

Students in Grades 4 through 12 are invited to write an essay on sports, or choose from one of four topics.

Hockey East women's tournament

No. 6 BC women ousted by UConn from Hockey East quarterfinals, 5-1

Huskies (9-9-1) scored the first four goals of the game before the Eagles (14-5-0) finally answered, proving too little too late.

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William Byron captures NASCAR race at Homestead-Miami Speedway

Byron gave NASCAR its third surprise winner in three weeks, this one not quite as stunning as the first two at Daytona International Speedway.

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Raptors-Bulls game cancelled after positive COVID tests

Toronto would not have the league-required eight players available to play.

Golf roundup

Collin Morikawa wins WGC Workday Championship by three shots

The 24-year-old PGA Champion closed with a 3-under 69 to finish three shots ahead of Brooks Koepka (70), Viktor Hovland (67) and Billy Horschel (70).