News – USA – The Minnesota Timberwolves, owners of worst record in the NBA, fire coach Ryan Saunders – The Boston Globe


The Minnesota Timberwolves made the first coaching change of the NBA season on Sunday night, firing Ryan Saunders hours after the team with the league The worst record this season (7-24) fell to the Knicks for their eighth loss in their last nine games. One person aware of the situation said the Timberwolves would finalize plans to hire Toronto assistant Chris Finch as their new coach on Monday The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity as Finch’s hiring was not formally finalized. ESPN first reported on Saundersâ ???? Dismissal and The Athletic first reported Finch’s impending hiring Saunders was with the Timberwolves for parts of three seasons, going between 43 and 94 Saunders – Who won’t be 35 until April? is the son of longtime Minnesota coach Flip Saunders, the most successful coach in franchise history Flip Saunders died in 2015

Ian Desmond, Colorado Rockies outfielder, opted for a second straight season in Major League Baseball on Sunday as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.He announced on Instagram that he wanted to be with my family is bigger than my wish to go back and play baseball under the circumstances a ???? No amount of lobbying from Rockies manager Bud Black could convince 35-year-old Desmond, who was set to make $ 8 million this season after receiving a pro-rated salary of $ 5 last season555$ 556 down “This was a decision that wasn’t about money,” said Black, whose team will begin training Tuesday in Arizona with a full squad That was heart and soul That was hard That was excruciating for him one ???? Desmond left the door open for a possible return by adding “for now” in his post The Two-Time All-Star is over $ 70 million in the final year of a five-year deal The Mets signed a one-year contract with outfielder Kevin Pillar, who split between Boston and Colorado in 2020, Stan Williams, a two-time all-star right-handed who helped the Dodgers win the 1959 World Series, died at home on Saturday in Laughlin, Nev., The club said he was 84 years old

Hunter Dickinson had 22 points and nine rebounds and Eli Brooks scored 17 points as No. 3 Michigan (16-1, 11-1 Big Ten) held up a late riot for a 92-87 win at No. 4 Ohio State (Jan. -5, 12-5) in men’s basketball The Wolverines led by 9 by 23 seconds, but a pair of 3-pointers from Duane Washington Jr (30 points) for a layup by CJ Walker Layup got the Buckeyes within 3 seconds before Brooks sealed them with a couple of fouls Quentin Grimes had 20 points and eight rebounds and No. 6 Houston (18-3, 12-3 AAC) won 90-52 against Cincinnati (7-8, 5-5) Jordan Burns scored 15 points, 7 assists and 6 rebounds as Colgate (11-1 Patriot) won his 10th in a row with a 78-63 triumph over Boston University (5-8) in Hamilton, NY Sukhmail Mathon had 14 points for the Terriers while Jack Hemphill added 9 Jalon Jones threw three touchdowns and ran for another when hosts Jackson State rolled past NAIA Edward Waters (53-0) at Famer Deion Sanders’ Pro Football Hall ???? Coaching debut

Stella Clark hit a career high of 28 points with 9 assists, 4 rebounds and 4 steals when the Northeastern Women’s Basketball (6-11, 5-9 Colonial) retired for a 78-58 win at UNC Wilmington (3-12 , 0-9) Mide Oriyomi added 19 points and 12 rebounds for the Huskies while Maddie Vizza scored 12 points on four 3-pointers Carol-Anne Obusek had 16 points and 10 rebounds for the Seahawks Cameron Swartz scored 23 points and pulled down seven rebounds to push Boston College (6-10, 2-10 ACC) 49-43 to win Georgia Con (13-6, 11-5) at the Conte Forum Taylor Soule took 13 points and seven boards for the Eagles, who had lost six in a row. Nerea Hermosa had 14 points for the yellow jackets Avery LaBarbera scored 26 points and had seven rebounds to lead Holy Cross (7-7 Patriot) to a 60-52 win at Boston University (10-2) and snap the Terriers ???? Winning streak in five games Sydney Johnson and Emily Esposito each had 12 points for BU Katie Nelson added 10 and Maren Durant scored 9 to go with 11 rebounds

Morgan Jones scored 26 points and pulled 10 rebounds down as hosts Florida State (9-6, 8-6 ACC) for a 68-59 surprise from No 3 Louisville (20-2, 13-2) Jones shot 7 of 13 off the ground and 12 of 15 from the free-throw line for the Seminoles Dana Evans had 13 points, 10 in the second half, but only shot 5 of 21 for the Cardinals Zia Cooke scored 21 points, Destanni Henderson added 14 and No. 2 South Carolina (18-3, 13-1 SEC) returned after their first loss at the Southeastern Conference in two seasons with a 76-55 home win over No 17 Kentucky (15-6, 8-5) Jakia Brown-Turner scored 25 points to No. 4 North Carolina State (15-2, 10-2 ACC) to an 82-63 win over North Carolina (11-9, 6-9) Kayla Wells had 18 points and eight rebounds and No. 5 Texas A&M (20-1, 11-1 SEC) drove a dominant fourth quarter to a 66-55 win in Mississippi (9-9, 3-11) Dijonai Carrington scored 19 points and No. 7 Baylor (17-2, 12-1 Big 12) broke from a half-time tie for a 77-66 win in Oklahoma (8-10, 5-8) Aleah Goodman scored 20 points as Oregon State (8) -6, 6-6 Pac-12) scored a 71-64 win at No. 8 UCLA (13-4, 11-4)

Raheem Sterling scored a header just 80 seconds after the start of the game and Manchester City prevailed in the English Premier League 1-0 win over Arsenal in London, which are 10 points ahead of runner-up Manchester United in the standings , has won 18 straight wins in all competitions Manchester United beat Newcastle 3-1 Lionel Messi played over the 506 in his club record Spanish league game and scored in the 32 A goal, but Lex Fernández scored in the 89th minute Minute one penalty as Cé ¡Diz saved a 1-1 draw in Barcelona Leipzig shortened the lead of eight-time defending champions Bayern Munich in the German Bundesliga with a 3-0 win at Hertha Berlin to 2 point goals by Marcel Sabitzer, Nordi Mukiele and Willi Orban

Remembering Trevor Zegras from their AHL partner in San Diego, the Anaheim Ducks set the stage for 19-year-old forward Anaheim’s much-anticipated NHL debut to play in Arizona on Monday night, despite Ducks coach Dallas Eakins Has not confirmed that Zegras, who has spent the 2019-20 season in the BU, will play Zegras, who was drafted ninth in 2019, had four goals and five assists in eight games for San Diego He was the MVP of the youngest junior World Championships, scored seven goals and eleven assists and led the USA to gold Sebastian Foss-Solevég captured Norway’s first world men’s slalom title since 1997 at the end of the Alpine World Ski Championships in Cortina, Ampezzo, Italy, while compatriot Henrik Kristoffersen took bronze. Adrian Pertl from Austria won silver

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News – USA – The Minnesota Timberwolves, owners of the NBAâ ???? s worst record, firefighter coach Ryan Saunders – The Boston Globe