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  • Spurs' Tony Parker has a sensible suggestion for NBA scheduling

    San Antonio Express-News "The NBA will experiment today, starting in about an hour (3 p.m. Eastern), with a 44-minute game between Boston and Brooklyn. It’s hard to imagine the league will actually cut four minutes from its traditional run time, but leadership is still interested in seeing what impact it has on game flow..." October 20

  • Popovich says he's surprised Sarver didn't apologize in chicken suit

    CBSSports.com "There's a bit of a history between the San Antonio Spurs and the Phoenix Suns. Over the past 10 years, we've seen the Spurs and Suns have some incredible battles in the regular season and the playoffs. We've seen teams knocked out of the postseason, hip-checks that caused big time playoff..." October 19

  • Carmelo Anthony: Fewer back-to-backs? 'That's the dream'

    ESPN New York "If it were up to Carmelo Anthony, teams would play fewer sets of consecutive games. “I don’t know if that will ever happen, but that’s the dream,” Anthony said after practice Saturday. “Maybe it will happen 10 years from now when I’m out of the league.” The Knicks play 20 back-to-backs this..." October 19

  • Jeremy Lin takes sane approach to his opportunity with the Lakers

    Los Angeles Times "If you ever meet Jeremy Lin, don't bring up the "L" word. He doesn't like it. Definitely tries to create distance from it. That wild run in New York might as well have happened three decades, not three seasons, ago. The Lakers guard now considers himself more Linteresting than Linsanity,..." October 19

  • Jason Kidd discusses Nets' tenure

    ESPN New York "A year ago, the Brooklyn Nets hired Jason Kidd and traded three first-round picks for Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett with the sole goal of winning a championship. This season, only Garnett remains in Brooklyn. In his first trip back to New York as head coach of the Milwaukee Bucks, Kidd spoke..." October 19

  • Kyle Long calls out Bears fans

    ESPN.com "Kyle Long criticized Soldier Field fans for booing the Chicago Bears during Sunday's loss to the Miami Dolphins. Long said that the Chicago fans' decision to boo the home team for falling behind 14-0 at halftime was "unacceptable," and he also didn't like the crowd's failure to make sufficient..." October 20

  • Jameis Winston expected to enter NFL Draft, but won't drop out of FSU

    CBSSports.com "Some have suggested that Florida State star quarterback Jameis Winston might drop out of school as a way to avoid the institution's investigation into prior sexual assault charges brought against him, as well as an inquiry into whether he violated NCAA rules for being compensated for autographs,..." October 19

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    Jason La Canfora @JasonLaCanfora

    Initial diagnosis is a broken collarbone for CJ Spiller. Fred Jackson will need an MRI on his groin. Rough day for the Bills

  • Favre says playing with Percy Harvin was “great”

    Pro Football Talk "Count Brett Favre among the former Percy Harvin teammates who don’t think he’s a problem in the locker room. Favre, who spent two years as Harvin’s teammate in Minnesota, said he was shocked the Seahawks shipped Harvin to the Jets and can’t understand why anyone wouldn’t want Harvin as a..." October 19

  • Vincent Jackson, Spiller among trade deadline targets

    NFL.com "The NFL trade deadline sits nine days away on Oct. 28, and speculation is ripe to start flying. With one big-name trade already being consummated this weekend when the Seattle Seahawks shipped Percy Harvin to the New York Jets, what other players could be on the move? NFL Media Insider..." October 19

  • Report: Red Sox may look to trade Yoenis Cespedes this offseason

    CBSSports.com "Will outfielder Yoenis Cespedes' stay with the Red Sox be a brief one? Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe, in the midst of his must-read "Sunday Baseball Notes" column, writes that Boston may be looking to trade Cespedes this offseason. As Cafardo notes, Cespedes recently expressed some reluctance..." October 20

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    Rob Bradford @bradfo

    Appears as though Red Sox have agreed to terms with Chili Davis to become hitting coach

  • If Phillies move on, Domonic Brown says he will “definitely have a job somewhere else”

    MLB.com "Domonic Brown entered this year confident and ready to build upon his 2013 breakout season. But he left Citizens Bank Park late last month with only questions about his future in Philadelphia. Brown made the National League All-Star team in '13, but hit just .235 with 22 doubles, one triple,..." October 19

  • Manager hired, Jon Daniels sets sights re-signing pitcher Colby Lewis

    Dallas Morning News "The completion of the managerial search will allow general manager Jon Daniels to focus on putting together a roster for next season. He had tabled that while focusing on getting a manager. Daniels said his first duty is to resume communication with Alan Nero, who represents potential..." October 19

  • 4 umps to work World Series for first time thanks to strong replay results

    CBSSports.com "According to the Associated Press, four umpires will work the World Series for the first time this year thanks in part to their strong results on instant replace challenges during the regular season. Hunter Wendelstedt, Eric Cooper, Jim Reynolds and Jerry Meals are all heading to the Fall Classic..." October 19

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    Bob McKenzie @TSNBobMcKenzie

    T.J. Brodie's extension with CGY not done yet but if/when it's done, expectation is it will likely be 5 years with AAV north of $4.5M.

  • Canucks: First non-sellout since '02

    ESPN.com "The Vancouver Canucks' sellout streak ended at 474 games Saturday night with a less-than-capacity crowd at Rogers Arena in a 4-2 loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning. The last time the Canucks didn't play in front of a full house at home was on Nov. 12, 2002, when they beat the St. Louis Blues 6-3...." October 19

  • Banged-up Avalanche declined Bryzgalov’s services

    Sportsnet.ca "The Colorado Avalanche are short a couple goalies with Semyon Varlamov and Reto Berra currently out with injuries, but they’ve turned down the services of Ilya Bryzgalov. According to Sportsnet’s Damien Cox, Bryzgalov’s agent reached out to Avalanche brass and the team wasn’t interested in..." October 19

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    Joe Haggerty @HackswithHaggs

    MilanLucic: "I know [the Canadiens fans] can get under your skin sometimes, but they are great fans. They are what make the games fun"

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    Arthur Staple @StapeNewsday

    Mikhail Grabovski awoke with concussion symptoms on Friday after passing concussion test Thursday night, sources say. #Isles

  • Baylor loses another starting offensive lineman to season-ending injury

    College Football Talk "Baylor’s loss on the road at West Virginia came with a hefty penalty, and now one of the 18 penalties for a Big 12 record 215 penalty yards either. Troy Baker, a starting right tackle on the Baylor offensive line, tore his ACL according to head coach Art Briles. The injury brings an end to the..." October 20

  • Marshall’s Rakeem Cato sets NCAA record for consecutive games with TD pass

    College Football Talk "Marshall trailed early on the road against FIU on Saturday, but quarterback Rakeem Cato still led the Thundering Herd to a win to remain undefeated. He did so while making some history as well. Cato’s first of four touchdowns on Saturday set the NCAA record for most consecutive games with a..." October 20

  • LenDale White says AD Pat Haden had him escorted out of the Coliseum

    CBSSports.com "Former USC running back LenDale White had some NSFW Twitter commentary late last Saturday night as the Trojans struggled to put away Arizona. White's account has been on our radar since then, and it seemed like all was well prior to Saturday's game against Colorado. White's criticism last week..." October 19

  • Terps lose QB Caleb Rowe to ACL tear

    College Football Talk "From here on out, Maryland won’t have Caleb Rowe to fall back on at the quarterback position. Prior to today’s noon kickoff against Iowa, the Terrapins announced that the backup quarterback has a torn ACL and will miss the remainder of the 2014 season. Rowe suffered the injury to the ligament..." October 19

  • Jarrod Lawson of San Jose State suspended, won't face Wyoming

    San Jose Mercury News "San Jose State sophomore running back Jarrod Lawson didn't travel with the team to Wyoming after being suspended for the second time this season because of a violation of team rules, a team spokesman confirmed Saturday. Lawson, a Valley Christian-San Jose product and the team's leading rusher..." October 19

  • Syracuse officials to attend NCAA hearing on possible violations

    CBSSports.com "Syracuse officials will attend an NCAA hearing this month as part of a multi-year inquiry into the school's athletic department, a source confirmed to CBSSports.com on Friday. The hearing will be with the NCAA's Committee on Infractions. Asked this week by a Syracuse Post-Standard reporter..." October 18

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    Ironlion @LMUBASKETBALL

    According to source, Gabe Levin is headed to Long Beach State. Tremendous pick up for LBSU. Great player and great person.

  • First Preseason Top 25 poll is out, Kentucky sits at No. 1

    College Basketball Talk "The first men’s basketball preseason top 25 poll was released on Thursday morning, and it should come as no surprise to anyone that the team topping that list was Kentucky. The Wildcats received 24 of a possible 32 first place votes in the Coaches’ Poll. Trailing behind Kentucky? Arizona..." October 17

  • Dallas-area guard Admon Gilder, a Cowboys target, commits to Texas A&M

    Tulsa World "Madison (Dallas) High guard Admon Gilder, an Oklahoma State target, committed to Texas A&M on Thursday, he announced in a ceremony at his high school. Two weeks after OSU landed point guard Jawun Evans, it hoped it would add the shooting guard Gilder to its Class of 2015. Gilder is a four-star..." October 17

  • Are Pitt, Jamie Dixon a little too consistent?

    Fox Sports "Anymore, the word consistency has become a bit of a backhanded compliment. In today’s world of sports clichés, being consistent is akin to being fundamentally sound, or old school – although old school itself is considered to be, strangely, rather bad-ass: scrappy, tough, blue-collar. But..." October 17