Corey Davis likely to return vs. Ravens; Marcus Mariota back to 100 percent

The return of Titans rookie receiver Corey Davis is imminent, and it’s likely to come Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens.

Golden State (4-3) shot 57 from the field opposed to Detroit’s 46 percent mark, but continual carelessness was the issue yet again. They turned it over 26 times, leading to 33 points for the Pistons.

Every game this season, the Warriors have turned over the ball 16 or more times.

Draymond Green, who avoided a suspension from his altercation with Washington Wizards shooting guard Bradley Beal on Friday, looked out of sorts. He pulled down 13 boards, but he committed a game-high six turnovers and only four assists.

The announcement of Kapler’s hiring will be made sometime this week.

Kapler, 42, hit .268 in 12 major league seasons as an outfielder with Boston, the Texas Rangers and four other clubs. He is known to have a strong background in analytics, an area the Phillies said they planned to stress in their search.

The star recruit and son of Hawkeyes coach Fran McCaffery had planned to sit out as a freshman and play baseball for Iowa in the spring. But backup point guard Christian Williams left the program last week, leaving Iowa thin at that position.

Although he finished 27 of 45 for 423 yards, the Lions failed to score a touchdown despite seven trips inside the Steelers’ 30-yard line, as downs, turnovers or field goals ended their drives.

Smith-Schuster, who saw extra snaps in wake of Martavis Bryant’s suspension, finished with seven catches for 193 yards and the long TD. Bryant, who questioned Smith-Schuster’s talent on Instagram, simply watched on the sideline as Smith-Schuster all but took away his spot in the offense.

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