Good morning! A lot happens in sports, even when you’re busy doing other non-sports-y stuff. So here are the top headlines and moments from yesterday, in case you missed anything while you were watching The Real Houswives of New York.

Jordan Spieth opens the Masters with a dominant first round

Defending Masters champ, Jordan Spieth, let the field know that he still has unfinished business at Augusta National with an opening round -6 to take the early lead. Remember, you can keep up with all of the weekend’s action on you can catch live coverage of the Masters airing on PGA Tour Radio (Ch. 92, Sirius 208.) If you haven’t already, do yourself a favor and listen to our own Lou Hotlz and Ben Crenshaw dissecting some of their favorite (and most feared) holes at Augusta National.

Warriors beat Spurs, become second team ever to hit 70 wins

Steph Curry scored a game-high 27 as he led a very balanced Warriors attack in another win on their quest for 73. In a game that wasn’t close following the opening minutes, the Warriors over-matched the Spurs and in the process matched the 1996 Chicago Bulls as the only team claim more than 70 wins in a season. The win also cinched the overall #1 seed for the Warriors and Golden State will have home-court advantage throughout the NBA playoffs. So much for the theory about Golden State getting tired:

Kyle Schwarber sprains ankle in scary outfield collision

Chicago Cubs outfielder, Kyle Schwarber sustained a sprained ankle and, potentially, a knee injury as well after a scary in-game collision. He’ll be receiving an MRI later this morning and the Wrigley faithful are sure to be checking their smart phones for updates.

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