Yahoo FInance's Brian Cheung joined Yahoo Finance Live to break down how February's jobs report is impacting the 10-year treasury note yield.
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47 points from Steph couldn't save the Warriors.
Fondly called ‘Didi’ or ‘big sister’ by her loyalists, Mamata Banerjee, the firebrand leader of Trinamool Congress (TMC) has personified populist force in Indian politics over her decade-long rule in the state.
Canadian Josh Naylor lined into a triple play in the eighth inning, then let a routine grounder roll through his legs at first base with two outs in the ninth that led to Cincinnati's tying run as the Reds beat the Cleveland Indians 3-2 in the 10th Saturday. Pinch-hitter Tyler Stephenson's single in the 10th won it. Naylor, from Mississauga, Ont., had a chance to boost Cleveland's one-run lead in the eighth when he came up with runners at the corners with no outs. He hit a liner to Toronto-born first baseman Joey Votto, who tagged Franmil Reyes as he tried to dive back into the bag and then threw to third to double off Eddie Rosario, who took off because he thought the ball hit the ground and had already crossed the plate. “We got the break and we made the most of it, and we came back and won,” Reds manager David Bell said. “It definitely could have been a different game if they score a run or two there.” Pitching with a 2-1 lead, Cleveland closer Emmanuel Clase was pumping in 100 mph fastballs and retired the first two batters in the bottom of the ninth. Max Schrock then hit a grounder through Naylor for a two-base error and Jesse Winker followed with an RBI single. “He just missed the ball. I don’t know what else to tell you," Indians manager Terry Francona said. Eugenio Suárez started the Reds 10th as the automatic runner on second and moved to third on Tyler Naquin’s flyout. After an intentional walk, Stephenson singled to deep right off Oliver Perez (0-1). “Really just looking for a good pitch to hit,” Stephenson said. “I was prepared for it and got a sinker out over (the plate) and hit it to right field. I was on time, and I got it.” Sean Doolittle (2-0) pitched a scoreless 10th. Eddie Rosario hit an RBI triple for the Indians in the third. Andres Giménez homered in the fourth. Sonny Gray made his first appearance of the season for the Reds after being sidelined with a muscle strain in his back. He gave up two runs and six hits, striking out six over 4 1/3 innings. Tucker Barnhart homered in the Reds second. Indians starter Triston McKenzie struck out seven and gave up a run on five hits through five innings. WHOOPS Votto was thrown out in the fifth when he tried to score from first on a deep single by Naquin. With the ball already relayed to the infield, Votto was sent by third base coach J.R. House and was out by so much he just stopped and let catcher Austin Hedges tag him to end the inning. GRAY IN, BEDROSIAN OUT Gray officially came off the disabled list before Saturday’s game, and right-handed reliever Cam Bedrosian was designated for assignment. Bedrosian made the team out of spring training, but had an 11.12 ERA in six appearances. MORE HELP To get some more depth in their taxed bullpen, the Indians recalled rookie left-hander Sam Hentges from the alternate training site. To make roster room, they sent outfielder Ben Gamel down. Cleveland used five relievers despite a good start by McKenzie. Hentges wasn't one of them. TRAINER'S ROOM Reds 3B Mike Moustakas isn’t feeling well and was out of the lineup for the second straight day. Utility infielder Alex Blandino was put on the injured list, and outfielder Mark Payton was recalled from the alternate site. UP NEXT The Indians send RHP Shane Bieber (1-1), the reigning AL Cy Young Award winner, against Reds LHP Wade Miley (2-0) in the finale of the series on Sunday afternoon. Bieber went nine innings in the Indians' 2-0 win over the White Sox Tuesday, extending his streak of to 15 starts with at least eight strikeouts. Miley gave up two hits and no runs in five innings in the Reds' 3-0 win over the Giants Monday. ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/hub/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports ___ Follow Mitch Stacy at http://twitter.com/mitchstacy Mitch Stacy, The Associated Press
The cup was won and lost in a whirlwind 12 minutes in Seville, which saw Barca score four times to clinch an emphatic 4-0 victory, with Messi at his devastating best.
BOSTON — Jayson Tatum scored 44 points to win a shootout with Stephen Curry, who had 47, and Kemba Walker made a 3-pointer with 24 seconds left to lead the Boston Celtics to their sixth straight win, 119-114 over the Golden State Warriors on Saturday night. Walker scored 26 points in all, grabbing his eighth rebound after Golden State's last shot and bouncing the ball vigorously in celebration as the clock ran out. The Celtics won for the eighth time in nine games. Andrew Wiggins scored 22 points and Draymond Green had 10 rebounds for the Warriors, who had won four in a row and led by as many as 16 points in the second quarter before Boston ran off 21 of the next 23 points to take the lead in the third. Back-to-back 3-pointers from Green and Curry gave the Warriors a 109-103 lead in the final minutes before Walker hit a pair of free throws and Tatum hit a 3-pointer to make it a one-point game. After a few unsuccessful trips up the court, the Celtics worked the ball around to an open Marcus Smart beyond the 3-point line. He stood there, with no one coming out to cover him, before sinking the shot to give Boston a 111-109 lead. Kevon Looney made a putback to tie it before Tatum drove to give the Celtics the lead for good with 48 seconds left. Curry made a corner 3 to make it 116-114 before Tatum sank two free throws with 14 seconds left to clinch it. Curry put a scare into even the opposing crowd when he buckled to the court with 7 minutes left in the game, apparently with a turned ankle. He remained hunched over the ball until Tatum tied it up and forced a jump; Curry then got up and limped around in a circle before nodding his head to say he was OK. About 90 seconds later, Juan Toscano-Anderson went over the scorer's table to save a loose ball; even as the officials nearby waved frantically for help, Curry wound up with it and hit a 3-pointer that gave the Warriors a 103-101 lead. After a whistle, Toscano-Anderson was helped back up. He left the court holding a towel to the right side of his head and did not return to the game. TIP-INS Warriors: Curry had 22 in the first half and 16 in the third quarter. ... F Kelly Oubre missed his fifth straight game. He is day-to-day with a wrist injury. Celtics: Jabari Parker made his Celtics debut. ... Tatum scored 23 in the first half on 9-for-12 shooting. ... Jaylen Brown missed the game with a non-COVID illness. RUNNING TIME Curry had eight straight Warriors points — including a desperation lefty hook shot with one foot on the 3-point line, while drawing a foul — to help them open a 66-50 lead with just under 2 minutes remaining in the second quarter. But the Celtics scored the last 10 points of the half and continued with an 11-2 run to start the third quarter and open a 71-68 lead. Boston led 78-71 before Golden State ran off nine straight points, getting back-to-back 30-footers from Curry to take back the lead. UP NEXT Warriors: Visit the Philadelphia 7ers on Monday night. Celtics: Host the Bulls on Monday. ___ More AP NBA: https://apnews.com/hub/NBA and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Jimmy Golen, The Associated Press
Jordan Poole (Golden State Warriors) with a 3-pointer vs the Boston Celtics, 04/17/2021
A two-vehicle collision near the village of Alix, Alta., has left one person dead, and another seriously injured. Bashaw RCMP responded to the crash on Highway 12 and Highway 601 at 12:45 p.m. Saturday, about 55 kilometres northeast of Red Deer. The initial investigation has found that the vehicle was going north on Highway 601 when it was struck by another vehicle travelling east on Highway 12, causing the northbound vehicle to roll, police said. The 58-year-old driver of the northbound vehicle was declared dead at the scene. The driver of the eastbound vehicle was taken to hospital by STARS Air Ambulance in serious but stable condition, police said. The RCMP Collision Analyst is assisting in the investigation.
Marcus Smart (Boston Celtics) with a 3-pointer vs the Golden State Warriors, 04/17/2021
Jabari Parker (Boston Celtics) with a dunk vs the Golden State Warriors, 04/17/2021
Payton Pritchard (Boston Celtics) with a buzzer beater vs the Golden State Warriors, 04/17/2021
Kemba Walker (Boston Celtics) with an and one vs the Golden State Warriors, 04/17/2021
WINNIPEG — The Edmonton Oilers made the most of a bye week to adjust parts of their game they felt needed work, and the effort showed in their first game back. The well-rested Oilers looked sharp in their return to play as they blanked the Winnipeg Jets 3-0 in a pivotal North Division matchup on Saturday. Mike Smith stopped all 26 shots he faced for his third shutout of the season and 42nd of his career. “Any time you have a couple of days off, you can regroup and look at your game and tweak the things that need to be tweaked and build on the things that you like,” said captain Connor McDavid, who had two assists. “The players did a good job of buying in at practice and working hard to keeping ourselves ready and coming out and getting rewarded for it.” The Oilers were coming off a lopsided 5-0 defeat against the Calgary Flames last Saturday. That loss, coupled with a Winnipeg victory, pushed Edmonton into third in the division. Coach Dave Tippett said his players were determined to use the six days off to work hard and get back to their winning ways. “The last few days we’ve had good energy, there was a really positive feeling around our group,” said Tippett. “They were anxious to play, which is a good sign. We had the chance to get some good practice time in and work on our game a little bit. “It’s not as if we did anything new this week. We reviewed some stuff that’s been in our game all along. When you have a chance to review some of it, you get refreshed with it.” Tyson Barrie, Jesse Puljujarvi and Alex Chiasson scored for Edmonton (26-12-2), who are now three points behind the Jets (27-15-3) with two games in hand. The Oilers came out with a jump in their step and Jets goalie Connor Hellebuyck needed to put on a show in the first period to keep them at bay. In a two-minute span midway through the frame, last year’s Vezina Trophy winner denied Kailer Yamamoto and Chiasson on breakaways before shutting the door on Zack Kassian with a dangerous tip in front. Both teams came into the game with identical second-ranked power plays but Edmonton finished 2 for 6 with the man advantage while Winnipeg went 0 for 3. The Jets took four penalties in a row between the first and second periods and the Oilers' dangerous power play made them pay on the fourth one. With Neal Pionk in the box for hooking, the Oilers finally managed to sneak a puck past Hellebuyck when Barrie one-timed McDavid’s setup from the point, through traffic, at 12:00 of the second. “Leon (Draisaitl) had five good looks from that one side and Tyson had a couple of good looks from up there,” said McDavid. “We’re a power play that’s going to take what you give us, and that’s what they wanted to give us. We did a good job capitalizing.” The Oilers doubled their lead when Puljujarvi converted a beautiful no-look, one-handed pass by McDavid from behind the net at 6:37 of the third. Two Jets defencemen converged on McDavid, leaving Puljujarvi all alone in the crease. “He’s the best player in the world for a reason,” said Jets forward Mark Scheifele of McDavid. “You just can’t give him time and space. He’s so tricky with the puck. He makes plays that a lot of people don’t make in this league. You have to be aware of him every time he’s on the ice.” Chiasson put the game to bed for the visitors with Edmonton’s second power-play tally of the game when he redirected Barrie’s slap shot from the point at 12:57. Notes: The Oilers improved to 5-2-0 versus Winnipeg this season. … Draisaitl had two assists for Edmonton. … Hellebuyck stopped 22 of 25 shots in defeat. This report by The Canadian Press was first published April 17, 2021. The Canadian Press
Luke Kornet (Boston Celtics) with an and one vs the Golden State Warriors, 04/17/2021
Stephen Curry (Golden State Warriors) with an and one vs the Boston Celtics, 04/17/2021
WASHINGTON — Brendan Daniel Hines-Ike and Russell Canouse each scored goals late in the first half to lead DC United to a 2-1 victory over New York City FC on Saturday night in the season opener for both teams. NYCFC ended its four-game undefeated streak in the series. Hines-Ike scored in the 39th minute with an assist from Júnior Moreno. Canouse scored five minutes later on an assist from Julian Gressel. Valentin Castellanos scored in the 15th minute for NYCFC, but was also shown a yellow card in the 74th. DC United goalkeeper Chris Seitz made his third save, stopping Castellanos's right-footed shot from the right side of the box in the 85th. The teams met twice during the 2020 regular season. NYCFC took a 4-1 win on Oct. 7 at Yankee Stadium. The teams reached a goalless draw at Audi Field on Sept. 6. James Sands started for NYCFC. The 20-year-old defender established himself as a starter last season and was given a five-year contract extension last month even as he remains on the radar of European clubs. ___ More AP soccer: https://apnews.com/hub/soccer and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports The Associated Press
NASHVILLE — Randall Leal had a goal and an assist to help Nashville rally for a 2-2 tie with Cincinnati in the season opener and first MLS meeting between the former USL rivals on Saturday night. Leal crossed to Jhonder Cádiz, who finished from close range to bring Nashville within 2-1 in the 20th minute. In the 64th minute, Leal tied it at 2 with a long-range curler that was just above the outstretched reach of goalkeeper Przemyslaw Tyton. Nashville pressed forward for the go-ahead goal and had its best chance in the 75th minute, but Tyton made back-to-back saves, recovering to block Handwalla Bwana's putback after going to the ground to save C.J. Sapong's initial shot. Luciano Acosta opened the scoring for Cincinnati in the eighth minute, running behind Rónald Matarrita’s weighted through ball and lightly chipping it past the charging goalkeeper to get behind him for the tap in. A minute later, Brenner drew a penalty while challenging goalkeeper Joe Willis as he was attempting a clearance and Brenner converted from the spot to double Cincinnati’s lead in the 12th minute. ___ More AP soccer: https://apnews.com/hub/soccer and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports The Associated Press
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‘Alone in her grief’: mourning monarch is a picture of loneliness for UK papersPhotographs of the Queen in splendid isolation at Prince Philip’s funeral make a suitably sombre sendoff for Sunday papers The front pages of some of the UK Sunday papers. Composite: BBC
Chelsea were good value for another impressive win under Thomas Tuchel and will be favourites for the German's first silverware in English football when they face Leicester or Southampton on 15 May.
Jorge Alfaro's walk-off double seals Marlins' 6-5 win