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Thomas won’t be suspended for Game 4

BOSTON, Mass. — Celtics guard Isaiah Thomas escaped a suspension following an altercation with Atlanta Hawks guard Dennis Schroder in Boston’s Game 3 victory of the Eastern Conference first-round series Friday. Thomas was assessed a flagrant-1 foul for the incident, in which he appeared to hit Schroder in the face, but the former University of Washington standout will be eligible to play in Game 4 on Sunday.

NBA won’t speed up expansion for Seattle

NEW YORK — NBA commissioner Adam Silver said Thursday that a “shovel ready” arena project in Sodo District won’t hasten any decision by the league on future expansion.

Cano powers M’s to series win

CLEVELAND — A year ago, Robinson Cano might have stared at that first pitch as it sped through the middle of the zone, taking it for a strike.

Mariners split first two in Cleveland

CLEVELAND — Taijuan Walker pitched six innings without allowing an earned run and Norichika Aoki’s two-run triple provided all of the offense as the Seattle Mariners beat the Cleveland Indians 2-1 Wednesday night at Progressive Field.

Rosenhaus dumps Manziel

NEW YORK — Agent Drew Rosenhaus has officially terminated his representation of Johnny Manziel. It marks the second time in two months that an agent has severed ties with the former Cleveland Browns quarterback.

TWolves looking at J. Van Gundy, Thibodeau for coach

MINNEAPOLIS — The Minnesota Timber-wolves are scheduled to interview former New York Knicks and Houston Rockets coach Jeff Van Gundy on Monday in their fast-moving search for a new coach and face of basketball operations, according to league sources.

Leonard repeats as NBA Defensive POY

SAN ANTONIO — For the second straight year, San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard is the NBA Defensive Player of the Year. Leonard received 547 points and 84 first-place votes from the voting panel of 130 sportswriters and broadcasters.

Vardy faces discipline for actions against West Ham

LEICESTER, England — Premier League leader Leicester Citywill be without striker Jamie Vardy for an extended period of time. Vardy has been charged with improper conduct for his behaviour following his second-half dismissal against West Ham on Sunday, the Football Association has announced.

Iannetta avoiding another stagnant start

CLEVELAND — Any assessment of the Mariners at this point comes with the disclaimer heading of "small sample size." That includes veteran catcher Chris Iannetta and his .276 average.

Browner back with Seahawks to rejoin Legion of Boom

The Seattle Seahawks on Sunday officially announced they had agreed to terms with cornerback Brandon Browner, a founding member of the Legion of Boom who was part of the team’s Super Bowl XLVIII champion squad before playing the last two seasons with New England and New Orleans.

NFL concussions settlement upheld by appeals court

A federal appeals court Monday upheld a settlement that calls for monetary rewards estimated to reach nearly $1 billion for many former NFL players who have suffered concussions playing professional football and enhanced medical testing for current and future ones.

Romo ready for offseason program

DALLAS, Texas — Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, less than six weeks removed from surgery on his left collarbone, has declared himself ready for the launch of the offseason program that begins Monday.

Curry questionable for Game 2 with ankle injury

OAKLAND, Calif. — Reigning NBA Most Valuable Player Stephen Curry was listed as “questionable” by the Warriors for Monday’s Game Two after twisting his ankle during Golden State’s 104-78 win over Houston in their Western Conference playoffs opener on Saturday.

Rams land No. 1 pick in deal with Titans

LOS ANGELES — After shaking up the league landscape in January with a move from St. Louis, the Los Angeles Rams shook up the 2016 NFL draft on Thursday, acquiring the No. 1 overall pick from the Tennessee Titans in a blockbuster deal.