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X Games: Chloe Kim won her fifth X Games halfpipe title on Saturday, pulling to within one of Kelly Clark’s record. Also: 17-year-old skier Eileen Gu became the first woman and second rookie to win two gold medals, and the first Chinese athlete to win gold.
Baseball: The players’ association is mulling over an MLB proposal for a delayed, 154-game season, according to multiple reports. Elsewhere: Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia announced his retirement.
WNBA: WNBA career scoring leader Diana Taurasi, 38, will sign a multi-year deal to return to the Phoenix Mercury, according to The Athletic.
Soccer: Ligue 1 bottom-dweller Lorient stunned Paris Saint-Germain in stoppage time, winning 3-2 on Sunday.
NHL: The Penguins’ Sidney Crosby, Capitals’ Alex Ovechkin and Oilers’ Connor McDavid each scored an overtime game-winner on Saturday night.
No. 9 Oklahoma at No. 13 Texas Tech
Watch: 9 p.m. ET, ESPN
Odds: Texas Tech -6.5 || O/U 134.5
Pick: Texas Tech men’s basketball is looking to capture its sixth consecutive win over Big 12 foe Oklahoma. The Red Raiders play a stifling defense and will have enough offensive firepower behind Mac McClung and Terrence Shannon Jr. to pull off the comfortable road win. Lay the points and take the under.
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Shoutout: On Friday, we asked subscribers to pick the winner and high scorer between the Nuggets and Spurs. The Spurs won it 119-109 and DeMar DeRozan had a team-high 30 points (Nikola Jokic had 35 for the Nuggets). Richard Lintker was on it, predicting a Spurs win and DeRozan to score 33.