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Voting law jeered near Masters; gov. blasts MLB

A small group of protesters spoke out about Georgia’s new voting law near Augusta National while the governor continued to lambaste MLB for its decision to move the All-Star Game out of Atlanta.

High-scoring Flowers heading to Washington St.

Former South Alabama guard Michael Flowers, the top available scorer in the transfer portal, has committed to play at Washington State next season, he announced Saturday.

Durant: ‘How good can I be’ after movie ending?

Kevin Durant has had his “movie” ending, winning two NBA titles. What he realized afterward is that it was his development as a player that drives him. “I want to experience that stuff [winning titles], but it’s not the end-all, be-all of why I play.”

Musgrove throws first no-hitter in Padres history

San Diego native Joe Musgrove threw the first no-hitter in Padres history Fright night in a 3-0 win over the Texas Rangers. He struck out 10 and walked none, his only blemish being a HBP in the fourth inning.

Watson lawyer: ‘Consensual’ acts did take place

Deshaun Watson’s lawyer said Friday there were some “consensual encounters” between the Texans quarterback and some of the women who have filed lawsuits against him, but he said Watson never engaged in any acts that were not “mutually desired.”

Tiger thought he was in Florida after L.A. crash

Tiger Woods didn’t remember anything about his car wreck on Feb. 23 and believed he was in the state of Florida when a sheriff’s deputy interviewed him at a Los Angeles area hospital moments after the accident, according to a report released Friday.