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- The Thunder’s Westbrook has 27 triple-doubles this season. Most N.B.A. players go their entire careers without one.
- Permits to hunt bighorn sheep are auctioned for hundreds of thousands of dollars — and that money has helped revive wild sheep populations and expand their territory.
- Houston’s Eric Gordon won the 3-point contest, and the Knicks’ Kristaps Porzingis triumphed in the skills challenge.
- A late replacement for Kevin Love in Sunday’s All-Star game, Anthony set aside trade rumors and his team’s off-court distractions in a brief period of “therapy.”
- The N.B.A.’s biggest stars no longer compete in its dunk contest, but a core fan base continues to love it anyway.
- Connecticut is favored to win its 12th women’s basketball title. What is less certain is whether the team would meet President Trump at the White House.
- Randy Levine, the team president, blasted Betances’ agent, and the reliever responded with his own jabs, suggesting he might protest his role with the Yankees.
- The Mariners, who won 86 games last season, made numerous off-season trades as they look to end the majors’ longest active postseason drought.
- Iranian fans cheered the American wrestlers during matches against competitors from Azerbaijan, Russia and Georgia.
- The outspoken owner of the Dallas Mavericks followed an out-there path toward wealth — and then took moves to protect it.
- After Mitrione became ill, the Bellator fight was canceled hours before it was scheduled to take place in San Jose, Calif.
- After last year’s daily car (or horse) show, the Mets’ most important hitter is more understated after a new $110 million contract put him at ease.
- Landen Lucas made two free throws with 11 seconds left, and No. 3 Kansas grabbed a stranglehold on the Big 12 race with a 67-65 victory at No. 4 Baylor.
- Sager, a former sideline reporter for Turner Sports, and Araton, a longtime writer at The Times, will be recognized at the Hall’s enshrinement ceremonies in September.
- Jamie Oleksiak has earned a regular spot with the Dallas Stars, but inevitably he will be asked about his sister Penny, an Olympic gold medalist in swimming.
- A 1-0 victory on a late header made the visitors the first nonleague team to reach the quarterfinals of the tournament since 1914.
- The American 21-year-old, who beat Wendy Holdener of Switzerland by 1.64 seconds, has won every world championship in the event that she has entered since 2013.
- After a turbulent summer, the N.B.A.’s newest “villain” is finding peace and building an empire among the Bay Area’s techies.