BASKETBALL

Devin Ebanks scored a game-high 22 points as the Grand Rapids Drive snapped the Maine Red Claws’ season-high six game winning streak with a 112-107 victory Monday night in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Maine (20-14) opened the game with an 11-1 run and led 35-18 at the end of the first quarter.

Coty Clarke finished with 20 points and eight rebounds for the Red Claws, Omari Johnson added 19 points and Levi Randolph chipped in 18 off the bench.

GOLF

PGA: Nearly three months have passed since Tiger Woods offered an update on his physical condition and there’s still no word on when he’ll play again.

Woods, who made only 11 starts last season and missed the cut three times in majors, has had back surgery three times in less than two years.

But his caddie, Joe LaCava, isn’t looking for other work, and stays confident.

“I still have faith he’s going to continue to do well and win,” LaCava told ESPN recently. “Once he’s healed from this, he’ll come back and play again and play well.”

TENNIS

QATAR OPEN: Former No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki worked overtime at Doha to avoid another first-round loss. Wozniacki, whose ranking has dropped to No. 22, beat Croatian qualifier Ana Konjuh 4-6, 6-3, 7-5.

U.S. Open champion Roberta Vinci and Italian compatriot Sara Errani, fresh off winning the Dubai Championships, also advanced.

DUBAI CHAMPIONSHIPS: Playing his first match since winning the Australian Open, Novak Djokovic beat Tommy Robredo of Spain 6-1, 6-2 in the first round at Dubai. Djokovic’s victory brings him one away from his 700th career singles win.

SOCCER

ENGLAND: Manchester United beat Shrewsbury by an unexpectedly easy 3-0 in the fifth round of the FA Cup, giving under-fire manager Louis van Gaal at least three days’ breathing space.

Widespread media speculation said Van Gaal was fighting for his job after losing to Midtjylland, 2-1, in the Europa League last week.

n International player Adam Johnson has told a court of his “stupidity” in kissing a 15-year-old girl, but denies allegations of sexual contact.

Johnson gave evidence Monday in his trial. Johnson told the jury he didn’t realize that communicating with her with the intention of kissing her prior to a meeting was also an offense.

SKIING

RETIRING: Four-time Olympian Ondrej Bank, 35, of the Czech Republic is retiring from ski racing, a year after a horrifying crash at the world championships in the U.S.

Bank lost his balance on the final jump of the downhill portion of the combined event, and slid across the finish line on his side. He had a concussion, bruised leg and facial cuts.