STANFORD, Calif. (AP) Dwight Powell scored a career-high 29 points in helping Stanford beat Denver 71-58 Sunday.
Powell helped the Cardinal (6-3) dominate in the paint, where Stanford outscored the Pioneers 34-14.
Royce O'Neale scored 17 points for the Pioneers (1-5), who lost their fourth straight.
Stanford, which started a 13-day break for finals after the game, never trailed. The Cardinal built an early 21-6 advantage and Denver, which has not scored more than 68 points in a contest this season, never got closer than 10 the rest of the way.
Chris Udofia added 10 points for the Pioneers, who have not beaten Stanford since 1972 and have lost five straight. Jalen Love and Cam Griffin each added 10 points.
Powell, who scored 19 in the first half, made his first six shots in helping the Cardinal to a 35-19 halftime lead.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Outfielder Brian Goodwin has been acquired by the Kansas City Royals from the Washington Nationals for minor league pitcher Jacob Condra-Bogan.
The 27-year-old Goodwin hit .200 with three homers and 12 RBIs in 48 games for the Nationals this season. He bruised his left wrist diving for a ball and did not play from April 15 until May 15, when he had two at-bats. He went back on the disabled list, returned June 1 and is hitting .171 (7 for 41) since.
Condra-Bogan, 23, went 1-1 with a 2.08 ERA in 16 relief outings with Lexington of the South Atlantic League and one appearance with Wilmington of the Carolina League, also Class A.
The trade was announced Sunday.
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Washington Capitals GM Brian MacLellan finally got his day.
Over the weekend, MacLellan played host to the Stanley Cup, taking it home to his offseason house in Minnesota.
MacLellan brought the Cup to Powderhorn Park, where a youth hockey tournament was being put on by the Herb Brooks Foundation.
MacLellean talked with local media about the experience:
"It's a fun day, a fun day to see people react to the Cup," MacLellan told FOX 9 TV. "You know, it brings a lot of smiles to people's faces, people that sometimes don't get a chance to get close to it are getting an opportunity and it's fun to watch them enjoy it."
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