Update on the latest in sports:
Hue Jackson back in Cincinnati
CINCINNATI (AP) — Hue Jackson has landed back in Cincinnati, where he’ll help head coach Marvin Lewis try to resurrect the Bengals’ historically bad defense.
The Bengals hired Jackson as a special assistant on Tuesday, a day after Cincinnati fired its defensive coordinator and put Lewis in charge of running the unit. Lewis says Jackson will help him prepare the defense each week and he’ll be on the field during games helping him with decisions.
It’s Jackson’s third stint with the Bengals. He was their offensive coordinator before the Browns hired him as head coach after the 2015 season. Jackson was fired last month after winning only three games in Cleveland.
The Bengals are on pace to give up the most yards in NFL history.
Nashville looks to resume road successes after first loss
UNDATED (AP) — Three of the NHL’s division leaders are in action tonight. Tampa Bay skates at Buffalo, Vancouver is in New York to take on the Islanders, and Nashville visits San Jose.
The Predators suffered their first road loss of the season last night, 2-1, to the Anaheim Ducks. Nashville had won its first eight road games, a franchise record.
In other NHL action (all times EST):
Pittsburgh at New Jersey, 7 p.m.
Florida at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Arizona at Detroit, 7:30 p.m.
Washington at Minnesota, 8 p.m.
Montreal at Edmonton, 9 p.m.
Toronto at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m.
Golden State back on the court after overtime loss
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — The Golden State Warriors host Atlanta tonight in the second game of a back-to-back, their third of the season.
The Warriors lost in overtime last night to the Los Angeles Clippers, 121-116, after the Clippers blew a 14-point lead in the fourth quarter.
Tonight’s other two NBA games find Houston at Denver and Cleveland hosting Charlotte.
Japan rallies to beat MLB All-Stars
HIROSHIMA, Japan (AP) — Ryosuke Kikuchi drove in the go-ahead run as Japan rallied with four runs in the top of the ninth inning to beat the MLB All-Stars 5-3 and take a 3-1 lead in their six-game exhibition series on Tuesday.
The ninth-inning comeback started when Kirby Yates walked leadoff batter Kazuki Tanaka, who stole second and scored on Seiji Uebayashi’s single to center to cut the MLB lead to 3-2.
Japan tied the game on Kosuke Tanaka’s single to center that scored Uebayashi from second.
John Brebbia replaced Yates and Japan took the lead on Kikuchi’s sacrifice bunt that scored Kosuke Tanaka from third.
The hosts added an insurance run on Yuki Yanagita’s high chopper over the head of Brebbia that allowed Shogo Akiyama to score from third.
Yasuaki Yamasaki recorded the final three outs for the save.
Yates, who gave up four runs, two unearned, took the loss.