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  1. What happened to Marshall Henderson? He's playing basketball in Iraq
    Marc J. Spears

    What happened to Marshall Henderson? He's playing basketball in Iraq

  2. Aaron Hernandez, upbeat murder defendant
    Dan Wetzel

    Aaron Hernandez, upbeat murder defendant

  3. 51-year-old long jumper eying world record, Olympic return
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    51-year-old long jumper eying world record, Olympic return

  4. NHL Three Stars: Zidlicky leads Wings; Hammond does it again
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    NHL Three Stars: Zidlicky leads Wings; Hammond does it again

  5. Islanders’ Matt Martin suspended one game for kneeing Trevor Daley
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    Islanders’ Matt Martin suspended one game for kneeing Trevor Daley

  6. Peyton Manning's pay cut not as much as Broncos first asked for
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    Peyton Manning's pay cut not as much as Broncos first asked for

  7. The Great Canadian Ratings Report: Libel notice aside, TSN ran the board on NHL trade deadline day
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    The Great Canadian Ratings Report: Libel notice aside, TSN ran the board on NHL trade deadline day

  8. Alex Rodriguez begins difficult task of resembling player he once was
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    Alex Rodriguez begins difficult task of resembling player he once was

  9. The 10-man rotation, starring Kevin Garnett making an on-court impact
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    The 10-man rotation, starring Kevin Garnett making an on-court impact

  10. Russell Westbrook drops fourth straight triple-double four days after facial surgery
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    Russell Westbrook drops fourth straight triple-double four days after facial surgery

  11. (VIDEO) Saskatchewan skip Steve Laycock pulls off what looks like the shot of the Brier. Then, Brad Gushue one ups him
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    (VIDEO) Saskatchewan skip Steve Laycock pulls off what looks like the shot of the Brier. Then, Brad Gushue one ups him

  12. Sources: Dolphins, Colts expected to make strong runs at Ndamukong Suh
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    Sources: Dolphins, Colts expected to make strong runs at Ndamukong Suh

  • Park, Tseng share lead at HSBC Champions, Ko 2 strokes back

    Park, Tseng share lead at HSBC Champions, Ko 2 strokes back

    SINGAPORE (AP) -- South Korean Inbee Park and Taiwan's Yani Tseng both shot 6-under 66 on Thursday to share the lead after the opening round of the HSBC Women's Champions. … More »

    AP - Sports - 9 minutes ago
  • Peyton Manning has some unfinished business

    Peyton Manning has some unfinished business

    Peyton Manning has unfinished business. After taking his physical and signing his revised contract Thursday at Broncos headquarters, he'll head home until the Broncos reconvene April 13 for the start of offseason workouts. Then, it's time to adapt … More »

    AP - Sports - 11 minutes ago
  • Mar. 4: Top 10

    Mar. 4: Top 10

    Here are your Top 10 plays from Wednesday night's action around the NBA. … More »

    NBA.com - 11 minutes ago
  • Coach's adopted toddler builds a life with hoops team

    Coach's adopted toddler builds a life with hoops team

    Joanne Boyle offered a quick prayer before clicking the photo link of a days-old girl in a Senegalese orphanage. ''I caught my breath for a second and said, 'Whatever I need to do to bring this child here, I'm going to do it.''' In December, almost … More »

    AP - Sports - 14 minutes ago
  • South African fires disrupt world's largest cycle race

    South African fires disrupt world's largest cycle race

    South Africa's Cycle Tour, the largest bicycle race in the world, will be shortened this year by road closures after fires swept across Cape Town's Table Mountain, race officials said on Wednesday. The cycle route will now be shorted to 47 … More »

    Reuters - 14 minutes ago