1. The New Orleans Pelicans dismissed Head Coach Alvin Gentry after five years.
2. The Portland Trail Blazers beat the Memphis Grizzlies 126-122 Saturday to win the Western Conference play in game and earn the right to play the Lakers in the first round of the NBA playoffs.
3. The Reds-Pittsburgh Pirates games scheduled for Saturday and Sunday were postponed after a Cincinnati player tested positive for the coronavirus.
4. Boston Bruins goalie Tukka Rask left the NHL bubble in Canada and opted out of the NHL playoffs due to family concerns.
5. The Green Bay Packers signed defensive tackle Kenny Clark to a four-year, $70 million extension.
6. NBA Western Conference Playoffs, 1st Round: #1 Lakers vs. #8 Portland, #2 Clippers vs. #7 Dallas, #3 Denver vs. #6 Utah, #4 Houston vs. #5 Oklahoma City. All series are best of seven.
7. NBA Eastern Conference Playoffs, 1st Round: #1 Milwaukee vs. #8 Orlando, #2 Toronto vs. #7 Brooklyn, #3 Boston vs. #6 Philadelphia, #4 Indiana vs. #5 Miami. All series are best of seven.
8. New York Yankees pitcher Gerrit Cole has won 20 straight regular season games over his last 27 starts dating back to last year.
9. The Dodgers hit four home runs and went on to beat the Angels 8-3 Sunday to complete a three game sweep of the series. Dodger catcher Keibert Ruiz homered in his first major league at bat as the Dodgers improved to 16-7 overall.
10. On this day in 1992 the Dodgers Kevin Gross threw a no-hitter in a 2-0 win over the San Francisco Giants at Dodger Stadium.