NBA, MotoGP, Downhill, Ligue 1: A set of news for March 4, 2022

What you may have missed from last night to this morning

1. Basketball-NBA: Miami sabotages Durant return, Doncic beats Warriors

Despite returning with 31 points after a month-and-a-half absence, Kevin Durant couldn’t stop the Nets from losing to the Heat again tonight (113-107). For its part, Chicago lost its third straight game in Atlanta (130-124) and ceded its second-place finish in the league to Philadelphia.

all-around exercise

Towards a green and sustainable sport pact: live session

13 minutes ago

Boston, now with a 13-game winning streak in 15 games after a win over Memphis (120-107), missed its chance to climb to No. 2 in the West as the Golden State Warriors were beaten for the third time in a row in Dallas (122-10). 113), guided by a fiery Luka Doncic (41 points).

2. Tennis – WTA Lyon: Yastremska, victory and emotion

Ukrainian Dayana Yastremska, No. 128 in the WTA, still had an emotional moment, beating Spaniard Carla Bucsa 6-2, 6-3 in the Round of 16 on Thursday. It was “a new victory for me and my country,” declared the 21-year-old, who had been invited by organizers before Russian troops invaded Ukraine. In honor of a success that goes well beyond sport, she wears the yellow and blue flag on her shoulders.

She will face world No. 5 and No. 48 Italian Jasmine Paolini on Friday in a bid to advance to the semi-finals.

For her part, Lyon’s Caroline Garcia knocked out Italy’s Martina Trevisan 6-4, 2-6, 6-3 and will join Belgium’s Alison Van Oogh Itwank fights.

We also selected for you

Tennis – WTA : Australian world number one Ashleigh Barty will skip Indian Wells (March 9-20) and Miami (March 23 to April 3 WTA 1000).

Handball – Euro 2022 Qualification : French Deputy World Champion beat Croatia (19-21) in Koprivnica.

Rugby – 6 countries : A new setback for Teddy Thomas. The racing winger has given up on the Blues gathering against Wales. He will be replaced by Aymeric Luke (Toulon), who has been absent for the first three days.

Football – Copa del Rey : Betis Sevilla advanced to the final after a 2-1 first-leg win with a draw (1-1) with Rayo Vallecano. The Andalusian will compete for the title with Valencia CF.

Basketball – EuroLeague : AS Monaco lost on day 28 to leaders FC Barcelona (88-83). Monaco remains in eighth place, the last qualifying round for the play-offs.

Golf – Arnold Palmer Invitational : After the first day, Rory McIlroy leads at the Bay Hill Club and Lodge in Orlando, USA. The Northern Irishman has a five-shot lead over the three Americans of Billy Hosscher, Beau Hossler and JJ Spahn.


A picture to help us wait before Strade Bianche…

catch up video

Haaland in Real Madrid’s eyes: Real Madrid attack is imminent

Today you will definitely follow

1. Alpine Skiing – Kvitfjell: Royal Blood

Kvitfjell is where the big challenge comes this weekend as Norway stands to offer the first of two drops at 11.30am, perhaps giving us a clearer view of Olympic champion and leader Alexander Amot. The small-earth battle between Aleksander Aamodt Kilde beat Feuz by eight points, with Matthias Mayer 43 points behind.

alpine skiing

Kvitfel | The Advent of a Gentleman


2. MotoGP: King Quartararo returns to the crown

In the first practice (1pm) of round 1/21 of the World Championships in Losail, Qatar, the speed ace on both wheels is back on the handlebars forever. A considerable challenge for defending champion Fabio Quartararo, whose Yamaha will go up against the mighty Ducati. And he won’t have just one on his back, but eight, including vice-world champion Pecco Bagnaia.
Has the page turned for Mondial 2021? Do not. Ten days before the long-awaited new Amazon Prime Video documentary, MotoGP Unlimited, the French and Italian gives us a behind-the-scenes look at filming with Alex Rins.

3. Biathlon – Kontiolahti: Revenge of the Blues

The rest of the agenda for the Finland stage of the World Cup will be the men’s relay race at 2:30 pm. Antonin Guigonnat, Emilien Jacquelin, Simon Desthieux and Quentin Fillon-Maillet will try to beat their Norwegian rivals after a battered little globe soaring over the girls’ green carpet.


Contiolahti | Relay Gentlemen


4. Football – Ligue 1: Lorient wants to surprise, Lyon turns the page

Lorient (No. 16) hosts Lyon (No. 10) at 9pm at the start of Day 27. Merlus lead Bordeaux by two points and look to confirm their victory at Brest (0-1) and keep themselves in the game as they have won just one of their last nine games at the Mustor Stadium. The Rodins, against a backdrop of referee errors, will be there to forget their home defeat against Lille (0-1) and get closer to Europe.

5. Tennis – Davis Cup: Les Bleus full Pau

It’s just a play-off, but it will go straight to the final stage next September. Above all, it will have authenticity as the Blues will try to get the Ecuadorian out of trouble in front of the public in Pau. Be sure to play Rinderknech against Gomez from 15 hours before Mannarino – Quiroz.

all-around exercise

Ukraine-Russia war, live: Ukraine wants to postpone World Cup play-off against Scotland

2 hours ago

all-around exercise

Gymnasiums, auditoriums… Vaccination certificates will be suspended from March 14

20 hours ago

Leave a Comment