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Masters 2021 live scores, updates, highlights from Saturday’s Round 3 leaderboard



Masters live streams: How to watch live coverage of the Masters online in 2021

If the weekend play at the Masters Tournament is anything like the first two rounds, then we’re in for an exciting finish at the Augusta National Golf Club.

Justin Rose is in control at the top of the leaderboard heading into Round 3 at 7 under par, the same score he carded after one round. Things looked dire in the second round when he carded four bogeys on the front nine, but he overcame the bad start with four birdies — three on the back nine — to finish even for the round.

He remained a stroke ahead of second-place golfers Will Zalatoris and Brian Harman, who are at 6 under through two rounds. That shows just how perilous the greens can be at the Masters — and just how incredibly well golfers will need to play to win the most storied major in golf.

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And the greens will only get faster as play continues into moving day. Rose certainly doesn’t have a big enough lead to rest on his haunches. Marc Leishman and Jordan Spieth are tied for third at 5 under; Bernd Wiesberger, Tony Finau, Justin Thomas, Si Woo Kim, Cameron Champ and Hidekyi Matsuma are tied for sixth at 4 under.

It is still anyone’s tournament. Sporting News is tracking live scoring updates and highlights of the 2021 Masters leaders and featured groups. Follow for complete results from Saturday’s Round 3 at Augusta National.

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Masters live updates, highlights from Saturday’s Round 3

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12: 55 p.m.: Billy had to get his feet wet to save this ball from the water — and he salvaged par on 13! He’s 2 over through 13 holes.

11:56 a.m.: A bogey and birdie on Holes 7 and 8 move Mickelson back to 2 under through eight holes.

11 a.m.: Three holes, two birdies for Phil Mickelson. That moves him to 1 over for the tournament.

What channel is the Masters on today?

Live Masters coverage shifts to CBS for Saturday’s Round 3. The network will pick up the action starting at 3 p.m. ET. If you want to tune in before that, is the only place to watch morning coverage of each round free before network coverage begins.

Paramount+, the new CBS streaming platform, will also have early coverage beginning at 10:15 a.m. ET (subscription required).

You can also stream the Masters via fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.

Here is the full breakdown of the Masters TV schedule (all times Eastern):

Date Time (ET) TV channel
Thursday, April 8 3-7:30 p.m. ESPN, fuboTV
Friday, April 9 3-7:30 p.m. ESPN, fuboTV
Saturday, April 10 3-7 p.m. CBS, fuboTV
Sunday, April 11 2-7 p.m. CBS, fuboTV

Masters tee times for Saturday

Tee time (ET) Pairing
9:40 a.m. Ian Poulter, Paul Casey
9:50 a.m. Adam Scott, Sebastian Munoz
10 a.m. Billy Horschel, Phil Mickelson
10:10 a.m. Jason Kokrak, Francesco Molinari
10:20 a.m. Webb Simpson, Christian Bezuidenhout
10:30 a.m. Jim Herman, Joaquin Niemann
10:40 a.m. Matt Wallace, Louis Oosthuizen
10:50 a.m. Patrick Reed, Jose Maria Olazabal
11 a.m. Charl Schwartzel, Harris English
11:20 a.m. Tyrrell Hatton, Scottie Scheffler
11:30 a.m. Kevin Na, Gary Woodland
11:40 a.m. Jon Rahm, Marin Laird
11:50 a.m. Abraham Ancer, Bubba Watson
Noon Henrik Stenson, Brendon Todd
12:10 a.m. Matthew Fitzpatrick, Michael Thompson
12:20 a.m. Shane Lowry, Tommy Fleetwood
12:30 a.m. Mackenzie Hughes, Robert MacIntyre
12:40 a.m. Stewart Cink, Viktor Hovland
1 p.m. Bryson DeChambeau, Matt Jones
1:10 p.m. Collin Morikawa, Corey Conners
1:20 p.m. Ryan Palmer, Cameron Smith
1:30 p.m. Hideki Matsuyama, Xander Schauffele
1:40 p.m. Si Woo Kim, Cameron Champ
1:50 p.m. Tony Finau, Justin Thomas
2 p.m. Jordan Spieth, Bernd Wiesberger
2:10 p.m. Brian Harman, Marc Leishman
2:20 p.m. Justin Rose, Will Zalatoris

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Giannis Antetokounmpo pokes fun at himself after monster dunk: ‘I almost pooped’



Giannis Antetokounmpo pokes fun at himself after monster dunk: 'I almost pooped'

Giannis Antetokounmpo had one of the top on-court highlights in the NBA on Thursday night against the Pacers.

The Bucks forward closed the third quarter with a massive left-handed throwdown over JaKarr Sampson. The play was a pretty one, and you can see it below:

But as good as Giannis’ dunk was, he one-upped himself with an Instagram post of his mean mug following the slam.

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The face that Antetokounmpo made after the dunk was surely memorable. His veins were bulging out of his neck and he looked ripped while he screamed in exultation. Antetokounmpo, however, saw it as a perfect opportunity to poke fun at himself.

As such, the Bucks star took to Instagram to joke that he “almost pooped” while making the play.

Generally, you don’t want to end up on the wrong end of poop talk in the NBA. Just ask Paul Pierce. But Giannis may have changed the game with his post.

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How did Mariners’ Jarred Kelenic, Logan Gilbert do in their MLB debuts?



How did Mariners' Jarred Kelenic, Logan Gilbert do in their MLB debuts?

Jarred Kelenic and Logan Gilbert have officially arrived.

The touted Mariners prospects and first-round picks in the 2018 MLB Draft made their major league debuts Thursday night against the Indians. Their outings were highly anticipated among Seattle fans as both are viewed as critical pieces in the prospect-laden Mariners’ rebuild.

Here’s how each player fared in his first MLB game:

Jarred Kelenic’s Mariners debut

The Mariners plugged Kelenic into the leadoff spot, so he was the first Seattle batter against Zach Plesac in the bottom of the first inning.

Kelenic swung at the first pitch and lifted it down the right-field line. It looked as if the ball was going to sail into foul ground, but Indians right fielder Josh Naylor made a spectacular running catch, reaching over the side wall while crashing into it.

Kelenic had less success his second and third times up. In the third inning, he saw four pitches and struck out swinging; in the sixth, he saw three pitches and grounded to first baseman Jake Bauers, who threw to Plesac for the putout.

Logan Gilbert’s Mariners debut

With the Mariners at home, Gilbert was on the mound to begin the game. He set the Indians down in order in the first inning but then hit some speed bumps.

In the second inning, Gilbert allowed the first home run of his major league career, a solo shot by Franmil Reyes that gave the Indians a 1-0 lead. He allowed a second run before getting out of the frame.

In the third inning, Gilbert recorded the first two strikeouts of his career but also left a fastball over the plate to Jose Ramirez. The slugger made him pay with a drive over the right-field fence to extend Cleveland’s lead to 4-0.

Gilbert’s most impressive inning of the night was the fourth. He struck out three batters, thanks largely to nasty breaking balls. He would have had a 1-2-3 inning if not for Harold Ramirez reaching on a dropped third strike.

Overall, Gilbert pitched four innings, allowed four runs (all earned) on five hits, struck out five and walked none. He threw 71 pitches; he was expected to throw a maximum of 80-85 pitches in his debut.

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NHL playoffs schedule 2021: Full bracket, dates, times, TV channels for every series



NHL playoffs schedule 2021: Full bracket, dates, times, TV channels for every series

After a 56-game sprint and a few COVID-19-related delays, the 2021 Stanley Cup playoffs are officially here.

The most heart-stopping, enthralling and — if you’re a fan of a team in the chase — nerve-wracking playoffs will begin Saturday when the Capitals host the Bruins.

Things are a little different this year — if you didn’t already notice from the Capitals and the Bruins matching up in the first round. Because of COVID-19 protocols limiting travel at the beginning of the season and the closure of the Canada-U.S. border, teams were slotted into one of four divisions. There will not be a Western Conference or Eastern Conference champion and the playoffs are structured differently, which we’ll delve into in a bit.

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The one familiar thing this year is that the road to lifting Lord Stanley’s Cup will be a long and winding one but the end will taste oh, so sweet. Who will be the ones to drink from sports’ greatest trophy? Only time will tell. 

Until then, below you’ll find everything to know about watching the 2021 NHL playoffs, including series-by-series TV schedules and live streaming information.

2021 NHL playoffs bracket

(SN Illustration)

NHL playoffs 2021: TV channels, live stream

  • TV (Canada):  Sportsnet, Sportsnet ONE, Sportsnet 360, CBC, FX, FXX and OMNI
  • Stream (U.S.): NBC | fuboTV (free trial)
  • Stream (Canada): SN Now, SN NOW+, NHL Live
  • Live scores: SN Scoreboard

The 2021 postseason marks the final year NBC’s family of networks will broadcast the NHL’s road to the Stanley Cup. First-round games will be shown on NHL Network and across NBC channels in the United, while in Canada games will be shown on FX, FXX, Sportsnet’s channels and CBC.

In Canada, Chris Cuthbert and Craig Simpson will describe the Maple Leafs-Canadiens series while Harnarayan Singh and Louie DeBrusk will bring fans Oilers-Jets. David Amber and Ron McLean will be the studio anchors and will be joined by a rotating crew of analysts and insiders.

NBC will also employ a rotating crew that will include play-by-play announcers Kenny Albert, John Forslund and Brendan Burke and analysts Eddie Olczyk, AJ Mleczko and Dominic Moore.

How will the NHL playoffs work in 2021?

Here’s a quick overview of how the 2021 postseason will work, with every series being a best of seven:

  • Four teams from each division advanced to the Stanley Cup playoffs. First-round matchups will be No. 1 vs. No. 4 and No. 2 vs. No. 3 in each division.
  • The first-round winners in each division will then face off to determine the division champion.
  • Once the four division winners are crowned, they’ll meet in the Stanley Cup semifinals. Seeding for this round will be based on regular-season point totals.
  • The semifinal winners will meet in the Stanley Cup Final. 

NHL playoffs schedule, results by series

(All times Eastern)

First round

East Division: (1) Pittsburgh Penguins vs. (4) New York Islanders

Date Matchup Time (TV channel)/Results
Sun., May 16 at Pittsburgh Noon (NBC, SN, TVA Sports)
Tue., May 18 at Pittsburgh 7:30 p.m. (NBCSN, SN, CBC, TVA Sports)
Thu., May 20 at New York 7 p.m. (NBCSN, SN360, TVA Sports)
Sat., May 22 at New York 3 p.m. (NBC, SN, TVA Sports)
*Mon., May 24 at Pittsburgh TBD
*Wed., May 26 at New York TBD
*Fri., May 28 at Pittsburgh TBD

(* If necessary)

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East Division: (2) Washington Capitals vs. (3) Boston Bruins

Date Matchup Time (TV channel)/Results
Sat., May 15 at Washington 7:15 p.m. (NBC, SN, CBC, TVA Sports, OMNI)
Mon., May 17 at Washington 7:30 p.m. (NBCSN, SN, CBC, TVA Sports)
Wed., May 19 at Boston 6:30 p.m. (NBCSN, SNE, SNO, SNP, SN360, TVA Sports)
Fri., May 21 at Boston 6:30 p.m. (NBCSN, SNE, SNO, SNP, SN360, TVA Sports)
*Sun., May 23 at Washington TBD
*Tue., May 25 at Boston TBD
*Thu., May 27 at Washington TBD

(* If necessary)

North Division: (1) Toronto Maple Leafs vs. (4) Montreal Canadiens

Date Matchup Time (TV channel)/Results
Thu., May 20 at Toronto 7:30 p.m. (NHL Network, SN, CBC, TVA Sports)
Sat., May 22 at Toronto 7 p.m. (CNBC, SN, CBC, TVA Sports, OMNI)
Mon., May 24 at Montreal TBD
Tue., May 25 at Montreal TBD
*Thu., May 27 at Toronto TBD
*Sat., May 29 at Montreal TBD
*Mon., May 31 at Toronto TBD

(* If necessary)

North Division: (2) Edmonton Oilers vs. (3) Winnipeg Jets

Date Matchup Time (TV channel)/Results
Wed., May 19 at Edmonton 9 p.m. (NBCSN, SN, CBC, TVA Sports)
Fri., May 21 at Edmonton 9 p.m. (NBCSN, SN, CBC, TVA Sports)
Sun., May 23 at Winnipeg TBD
Mon., May 24 at Winnipeg TBD
*Wed., May 26 at Edmonton TBD
*Fri., May 28 at Winnipeg TBD
*Sun., May 30 at Edmonton TBD

(* If necessary)

Central Division: (1) Carolina Hurricanes vs. (4) Nashville Predators

Date Matchup Time (TV channel)/Results
Mon., May 17 at Carolina 8 p.m. (CNBC, SNE, TVA Sports)
Wed., May 19 at Carolina 8 p.m. (CNBC, FX-CA, TVA Sports)
Fri., May 21 at Nashville 7 p.m. (USA, FXX-CA, TVA Sports)
Sun., May 23 at Nashville TBD
*Tue., May 25 at Carolina TBD
*Thu., May 27 at Nashville TBD
*Sat., May 29 at Carolina TBD

(* If necessary)

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Central Division: (2) Florida Panthers vs. (3) Tampa Bay Lightning

Date Matchup Time (TV channel)/Results
Sun., May 16 at Florida 7:30 p.m. (NBCSN, SN, TVA Sports)
Tue., May 18 at Florida 8 p.m. (CNBC, SNE, TVA Sports)
Thu., May 20 at Tampa Bay 6:30 p.m. (USA, FX-CA, TVA Sports)
Sat., May 22 at Tampa Bay 12:30 p.m. (CNBC, SN, TVA Sports)
*Mon., May 24 at Florida TBD
*Wed., May 26 at Tampa Bay TBD
*Fri., May 28 at Florida TBD

(* If necessary)

West Division: (1) Colorado Avalanche vs. (4) St. Louis Blues

Date Matchup Time (TV channel)/Results
Mon., May 17 at Colorado 10 p.m. (NBCSN, SN1, TVA Sports)
Wed., May 19 at Colorado 10:30 p.m. (CNBC, SN360, TVA Sports)
Fri., May 21 at St. Louis 9:30 p.m. (USA, SN360, TVA Sports)
Sun., May 23 at St. Louis TBD
*Tue., May 25 at Colorado TBD
*Thu., May 27 at St. Louis TBD
*Sat., May 29 at Colorado TBD

(* If necessary)

West Division: (2) Vegas Golden Knights vs. (3) Minnesota Wild

Date Matchup Time (TV channel)/Results
Sun., May 16 at Vegas 3 p.m. (NBC, SN, TVA Sports)
Tue., May 18 at Vegas 10 p.m. (NBCSN, SN360, TVA Sports)
Thu., May 20 at Minnesota 9:30 p.m. (NBCSN, SN360, TVA Sports)
Sat., May 22 at Minnesota 8 p.m. (NBC, SN360, TVA Sports)
*Mon., May 24 at Vegas TBD
*Wed., May 26 at Minnesota TBD
*Fri., May 28 at Vegas TBD

(* If necessary)

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