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MILWAUKEE -- Andrew Rowsey had 21 points, Markus Howard added 17 and Marquette had a 38-point halftime lead on its way to a 90-44 win over Western Carolina on Wednesday night.Rowsey and Howard each hit four 3-pointers and the Golden Eagles (5-2) were 13 of 27 from the arc. Luke Fischer added 15 points and Jajuan Johnson scored 13.Marquette opened the first 10 minutes with a 30-9 lead and extended the advantage to 56-18 at the half. Western Carolina (2-5) got no closer than 71-34 in the second half.Haboubacar Mutombo had a career-high 17 points and Elijah Pughsley added 12 for the Catamounts. Mutombo was 5 of 10 from the field and 2 of 4 from 3-point range. Western Carolina was 7 of 25 (28 percent) from both inside and outside the arc. Brian Bonner . With Parker having a quiet game for once, Nicolas Batum and Boris Diaw provided the scoring as France won its first major basketball title by beating Lithuania 80-66 on Sunday. It was a victory that ended a decade of frustration for Parker and a talented French generation, which lost the final against Spain two years ago and took bronze in 2005. Chuck Sieminski . Ryan Garbutt had a goal and two assists as Dallas snapped a six-game losing streak with a 5-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night. https://www.cheapnfljerseyschina.co/jordan-willis-jersey-for-sale/ . Louis Cardinals. Victorino is batting sixth and playing right field after missing two games because of back tightness. Thatcher Szalay . LOUIS -- St. Mike Hennigan . A lawyer for MLB, Matthew Menchel, confirmed Wednesday the league dropped its case against Biogenesis of America, its owner Anthony Bosch and several other individuals. The lawsuit had accused Biogenesis and Bosch of conspiring with players to violate their contracts by providing them with banned performance-enhancing substances. PHOENIX -- Arizona Diamondbacks ace Zack Greinke is making slow progress in his return from injury, too slow for his liking.It would have been nice to be back a week ago, he said before Wednesdays game against Toronto, his first public comments since he went on the disabled list July 3 with a left oblique strain.Greinke was to try to throw off the mound nice and easy later Wednesday, manager Chip Hale said, then probably the first full bullpen will be in a couple of days.Greinke had rounded into his usual form in a series of starts before the injury, reeling off seven consecutive victories. He is 10-3 with a 3.62 ERA.Asked if he was frustrated by the injury, Greinke said, thats a perfect word.It took a lot more time, he said. Its just a bad injury where you have to wait for it to heal before doing stuff. Im used to having stuff bother me all the time and just going through it. But with this one, you cant do that or else it gets worse.Greinke was hurt when he hit a sacrifice fly early in a June 28 game against Philadelphia. He left the game after feeling something wrong when he returned to the mound the next inning.Greinkke signed a $206.dddddddddddd5 million, six-year contract in the offseason, and the Diamondbacks have been cautious with his rehab.You dont want to ever push it and then you have to lose him for another month, start from zero, Hale said, so well be careful.Greinke has input in the recovery process.Hes the smartest guy Ive been around in baseball, Hale said. He knows his own body as good as anybody. He knows what it takes to be ready for a major league game.Greinke said he played catch from 120-150 feet on Tuesday.Yesterday was the first day I threw where I was close to throwing normal, he said. Every other time was really babying everything.Greinke declined to give a timetable for his return.I dont want to say the perfect plan, because then you expect perfect results, he said, and I dont want to say a plan thats slower because thats not the goal and then people wouldd think Im not trying to get back.He said its more than likely he will require a minor league injury rehabilitation start or two. ' ' '