1. Fox Sports said Thom Brennaman will not be part of NFL’s broadcasting team this season after he used a anti-gay slur on air Wednesday night during a Cincinnati Reds broadcast.
2. Two members of the New York Mets organization tested positive for the coronavirus leading to the postponement of the games scheduled for Thursday and Friday against the Miami Marlins.
3. Receiver Dez Bryant had a tryout with the Baltimore Ravens but was unable to reach a deal with the team.
4. The Dodgers beat Seattle 6-1 Thursday to take three of the four in the series with the Mariners and improve to 19-8 overall.
5. The Dallas Mavericks beat the Clippers 127-114 Wednesday night to tie their Western Conference Playoff Series at one.
6. The Lakers routed the Portland Trail Blazers 111-88 Thursday night to even their Western Conference Playoff Series at one.
7. The Milwaukee Bucks beat the Orlando Magic 111-96 Thursday to tie their Eastern Conference Playoff Series at one.
8. Former Ohio State running back Archie Griffin, who won the Heisman Trophy in 1974 and ’75, turns 66 today.
9. The LA Galaxy signed goalkeeper Jonathan Klinnsmann from Swiss Super League club St. Gallen on Thursday.
10. “My name is not only Archie Griffin, it’s two-time Heisman trophy winner Archie Griffin. Once you win the award it’s with you for the rest of your life, and I realize that and I’m proud of that. It changed my life.”- Archie Griffin.