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Max Strus and Reed Sheppard were the heroes of the night in the NBA and NCAAB respectively. Strus hit a 59-foot buzzer-beater to lift the Cavaliers over the Mavericks, while Sheppard capped a 32-point performance with a game-winner to lead Kentucky over Mississippi State.

In what should be an alarming development for Kansas, the No. 7 Jayhawks suffered their first home loss since 2018-19, falling to BYU 76-68 despite 19 points from Ochai Agbaji.

Shohei Ohtani made his spring training debut for the Dodgers and while it wasn't pretty, he did what ShoTime always does, hitting a home run in his third at-bat.

And Bears GM Ryan Poles gave an update on Justin Fields, essentially saying that the quarterback would be moved "as quickly as possible" if Chicago decides to pick his replacement in the NFL Draft.

Here are some other stories you might be interested in:

Colin Ward-Henninger's Power Rankings have the Nuggets and Thunder tied at the top, with the Suns, Celtics, and Jazz rounding out the top five.

Brad Botkin explains how Max Strus and Evan Mobley combined to pull off the improbable game-winner against the Mavericks.

Chris Peters looks at some of the most exciting undrafted free agents in this year's NFL Draft.

Sam Amico reports that the Cavs and Raptors have emerged as potential destinations for Donovan Mitchell.

And lastly, looks at how Atlanta United could replace Josef Martinez.

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