Arjun Atwal of India won the Asian Tour’s season-ending Dubai Open, rallying on the final hole to beat the South Korean Wang Jeung-hun, 19, by a stroke.
The top performers and key injuries this week in the league.
The Blackhawks defeated the Maple Leafs after the assistant equipment manager Clint Reif died earlier in the day.
At first distracted by his move to the bench, Cleveland guard Dion Waiters came on to score 21 points in a victory over formidable Memphis.
Ryan, in perhaps his final home game as the Jets coach, was narrowly denied a victory over Patriots Coach Bill Belichick, whom Ryan has measured himself against during his tenure in New York.
Martin Skrtel powered home a header deep into injury time to give 10-man Liverpool a 2-2 draw against Arsenal in England’s Premier League on Sunday.
San Antonio, which has been missing some of last season’s key contributors, has lost five of its last six.
Having acquired Martin Prado from the Yankees, Miami traded McGehee, a third baseman, to the San Francisco Giants for the minor league right-handers Kendry Flores and Luis Castillo.
Aldridge scored 27 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead the Trail Blazers to a 114-88 victory over the Pelicans.
The west side of Texas A&M University’s Kyle Field has been imploded as part of $450 million in improvements to the football stadium.
The world champion Chen Long of China finished 2014 on a high by winning the World Superseries Finals title, brushing past Hans-Kristian Vittinghus of Denmark, 21-16, 21-10, in 47 minutes.
Mason Plumlee had 10 points in the fourth quarter as the Nets were able to hold off the Pistons in a tight finish at Barclays Center.
The Cowboys returned to the postseason for the first time in four years by dismantling the Colts in a 42-7 victory.
In Cuba, from the games on the fields to those played in streets with baseballs wrapped in duct tape or bottle caps tossed with precision, it’s a love pursued amid the ruins.
Vonn crashed out of a World Cup super-G in Val d’Isère, France, and Elisabeth Görgl beat her fellow Austrian Anna Fenninger by .05 of a second for the victory.
Brady was sacked three times early, and the Jets, although booed multiple times, had a lead entering the fourth quarter.
Megan Courtney and Aiyana Whitney each had 11 kills, and Penn State defeated Brigham Young, 25-21, 26-24, 25-14, in Oklahoma City to win their second consecutive N.C.A.A.
Kruger had a hole in one as he shot an eight-under-par 64 for a share of the third-round lead in the Asian Tour’s season-ending Dubai Open in the United Arab Emirates.
Zuccarello had the only goal in the shootout, giving the Rangers the victory over the Carolina Hurricanes.
Reno Rebel led for most of the race and won on the closing day of the winter meet at Los Alamitos by a length and a half to earn the $48,406.
The Cardinals’ magic carpet ride of a season hit a major snag when they lost to the defending Super Bowl champion Seahawks, leaving both teams tied for first.
Cam Talbot made 18 saves to help Ryan McDonagh’s first-period goal hold up as the Rangers won their sixth consecutive game.
Empress Davenport made a layup with 4.2 seconds remaining to help No. 3 Texas complete a rally and defeat No.
The Giants got help from a turnover-prone St.
The Bears lost to the Lions despite a shakeup at quarterback that left Cutler, who is earning $22.5 million this season, watching from the sidelines.
The Knicks, with injuries continuing to sap their strength, fell to 5-25 after an uninspired performance against the Raptors.
A 103-year-old Florida golfer may have become the oldest person to get a hole in one.
Ali, 72, was hospitalized with a mild case of pneumonia that should result in a short stay, a spokesman for Ali, a three-time world heavyweight champion, said Saturday night.
John Tavares and Anders Lee scored 12 seconds apart in the third period, and the Islanders defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning, 3-1, with a comeback at Nassau Coliseum.