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Sports Briefs April 5, 2010

| April 5, 2010 9:00 PM


Donovan McNabb is changing uniforms and staying in the NFC East.

The Philadelphia Eagles traded McNabb to the Washington Redskins for a pair of draft picks Sunday night. The Eagles will receive a second-round pick (37th overall) in this month in the NFL draft and either a third- or fourth-round pick next year.

The trade is the boldest move to date for new Redskins coach Mike Shanahan and could spell the end in Washington for Jason Campbell, the starter for 3 1/2 seasons. Shanahan already has signed free-agent Rex Grossman as a backup and has been actively scouting the top quarterbacks available in the draft, when the Redskins will have the No. 4 overall pick.

Tiger Woods arrived without warning at Augusta National in Augusta, Ga., as quiet as it will get for him the rest of the week at the Masters.

He strolled onto the new practice range, no one stopped what they were doing. He chatted with Paul Casey before hitting balls, Jim Furyk when he was done and then played nine practice holes with old pal Mark O'Meara.

Woods will hold a press conference today (11 a.m., FSN). He has not been seen in public, except for a televised apology, since his middle-of-the-night car accident Nov. 27 that set off explosive revelations of a sordid life hardly anyone knew existed.


Adam Moore doubled, singled and drove in two runs, Matt Tuiasosopo homered and visiting Seattle beat San Francisco 7-1 in a 5-inning exhibition game shortened by rain.

Spurs 100, Lakers 81: Manu Ginobili scored 32 points, Tim Duncan added 24 and visiting San Antonio beat Los Angeles to clinch its 13th consecutive playoff berth.

Celtics 117, Cavaliers 113: Ray Allen scored a season-high 33 points and host Boston beat Cleveland.

Magic 107, Grizzlies 92: Vince Carter had 26 points and seven rebounds, and host Orlando Magic beat Memphis.

Pacers 133, Rockets 102: At Indianapolis, Roy Hibbert had 20 points and 11 rebounds, leading Indiana over Houston for its ninth home win in 10 games.

Wizards 109, Nets 99: Andray Blatche had 20 points, a career-high 13 assists and nine rebounds, and host Washington beat New Jersey.

Warriors 113, Raptors 112: Don Nelson tied Lenny Wilkens for the most wins (1,332) by an NBA coach when visiting Golden State held off Toronto.

Thunder 116, Timberwolves 108: Kevin Durant scored 40 points to break the franchise record for scoring in a season and host Oklahoma City fought off a spirited charge by Minnesota.

Knicks 113, Clippers 107: David Lee had 29 points and 10 rebounds and visiting New York beat Los Angeles.

• Milwaukee Bucks center Andrew Bogut has a broken hand, dislocated elbow and sprained wrist that will keep him out indefinitely after a hard fall after a dunk in Saturday night's victory over visiting Phoenix.

Blackhawks 4, Flames 1: Patrick Kane had a goal and an assist, and host Chicago beat Calgary.

Flyers 4, Red Wings 3: Claude Giroux and Arron Asham scored second-period goals to power host Philadelphia past Detroit.

Avalanche 5, Sharks 4, OT: At Denver, John-Michael Liles redirected Ryan Wilson's shot into the net at 2:59 of overtime, and Colorado beat San Jose.

Canucks 4, Wild 3, OT: Sami Salo scored on a power play at 2:15 of overtime and host Vancouver beat Minnesota.


Andy Roddick used a dominating serve and smart baseline game to beat Tomas Berdych 7-5, 6-4 and win the Sony Ericsson Open in Key Biscayne, Fla.

Auto Racing

Sebastian Vettel passed pole-sitter and teammate Mark Webber in the first corner and held the lead throughout, capping off a 1-2 finish for Red Bull in the Formula One Malaysian Grand Prix in Sepang, Malaysia.

- The Associated Press

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