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Lakers vs. 76ers live streams: How to watch TNT game without cable

The Los Angeles Lakers continue their GRAMMYs road trip with another tough matchup against one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference in the Philadelphia 76ers.

The 76ers, despite missing an All-Star in Ben Simmons, have stayed afloat behind the MVP-caliber play of Joel Embiid, who has been otherworldly as of late. The superstar big man is enjoying one of the most dominant stretches of his career, going for over 30 points in five consecutive games while sprinkling in a 40-point and 50-point game during that stretch.

Over the 76ers’ last 14 games, they own a strong 11-3 record behind Embiid’s play. Over that span, Embiid is averaging a jaw-dropping 34.1 points, 10.5 rebounds and 4.3 assists per game.

He’ll be put to the test against the Lakers, who just returned their star forward Anthony Davis from a 17-game absence due to a sprained MCL. Davis, if he suits

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Live scores, updates from 2022 Bass Pro Tournament of Champions Friday semifinals

3Q 4:52 Sierra Canyon 41 Whitney Young 32

Hasn’t been the prettiest of quarters. It did get a dunk from Amari Bailey who jumps really, really high.

Halftime Sierra Canyon 34 Whitney Young 25

Dolphins turn the ball over 15 times in the first half while the Blazers take a 10-point lead into halftime.

Ramel Lloyd Jr. leads the game with nine points with two 3’s and four rebounds. Amari Bailey has seven points and six boards.

Dalen Davis has nine points and two boards for the Dolphins.

2Q 0:53 Sierra Canyon 30 Whitney Young 22

Blazers’ pressure is turning into a lot of Dolphin turnovers. Whitney Young has five turnovers in the last 2:13 and 15 in the game.

2Q 3:00 Sierra Canyon 26 Whitney Young 20

Shy Odom with an and-one. He also has a pair of rebounds.

2Q 3:49 Sierra Canyon 23 Whitney Young 18

Ramel Lloyd

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How to watch, live stream, TV info, rules, finalists

Eleven students will compete in the 93rd annual Scripps National Spelling Bee in Orlando, Florida, to take home the coveted Scripps Cup Thursday night. The competition has been a feat of orthographic endurance for decades, giving each student a chance at thousands of dollars in prize money.

Last year’s competition was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It was the first time the spelling bee was canceled since 1945.

This year, each stage of the Spelling Bee was held remotely but the finalists will convene at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at the Walt Disney Resort. The winner, one of more than 200 students who first entered the competition, will win $50,000.

First Lady Jill Biden will attend this year’s finals. Kevin Negandhi, a co-anchor on the 6 P.M. ET SportsCenter, will host the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Negandhi previously hosted the event in 2016 and 2017. Paul

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Live updates and analysis from the win over Arizona

If Sunday night’s women’s NCAA Tournament final (6 p.m. EST, ESPN) is anything like the pair of semifinal games that preceded it, we’re all in for one final treat.

Top-seeded Stanford will face upstart No. 3 seed Arizona, led by coach Adia Barnes and senior guard Aari McDonald. Arizona knocked off powerhouse Connecticut with a decisive victory Friday night.

A final Goliath stands in their way of pulling off one of the more remarkable turnarounds in women’s basketball history (the Wildcats went 6-24 in 2017-18).

Of course, Stanford is coached by the legendary Tara VanDerveer, who became the sport’s all-time winningest coach in December. Sophomore forward Haley Jones, “the unicorn,” is a force on both ends of the court. The Cardinal escaped fellow No. 1 seed South Carolina in the semifinals and are trying to end a championship drought that extends back to 1992. Arizona has never played for

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