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Edwards wins at Bristol

BRISTOL, Tenn.—Carl Edwards took his first celebratory back flip of the season and easily stuck the landing.

“I considered not doing it,” he admitted.

“I haven’t done one for a while.”

He earned that acrobatic moment because his No. 19 Toyota gripped Bristol Motor Speedway much better than his Joe Gibbs Racing teammates yesterday.

Pair tied for lead

HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C.—Missing the Masters made Luke Donald’s blood boil.

The former world No. 1 channelled that anger to shoot his best round since January—a five-under 66 at the RBC Heritage yesterday that left the Englishman tied with Branden Grace for the first-round lead.

Warriors set mark

OAKLAND, Calif.—Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors took their last shot at Michael Jordan and history and they swished it—for 73.

Down to their final chance at the record, the Warriors became the first team in the NBA to win 73 games in the regular season, beating the Memphis Grizzlies 125-104 last night.

Nats rally again

WASHINGTON—On a day that reigning NL MVP Bryce Harper went 0-for-3 and struck out for the first time in 2016, and ace Max Scherzer allowed four runs in the first two innings, the Washington Nationals still were able to come away with a win.

“We had other guys step up tonight,” said manager Dusty Baker.