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Jerry Buss, real estate magnate and longtime owner of the NBA's Los Angeles Lakers, died Monday of an undisclosed form of cancer, his spokesman Bob Steiner said. Buss, 80, was a patient at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. His health had declined rapidly in recent weeks.
Chris Paul of the L.A. Clippers scored 20 points and dished out 15 assists, as the Western Conference beat the East, 143-138, in the NBA All-Star Game in Houston on Sunday night. The Thunder's Kevin Durant added 30 points, and Kobe Bryant of the Lakers blocked Miami's LeBron James twice in the final minutes to help seal the win
Danica Patrick won the pole of the Daytona 500 on Sunday, becoming the first woman in NASCAR history to win the pole position of a Cup Series event. Patrick turned in a qualifying speed of 196.434, besting fellow drivers Jeff Gordon, Trevor Bayne, Ryan Newman and teammate Tony Ste
Europe exports music, art and culture trends to America. The U.S. exports…doughnuts. Traffic police in Scotland were called in to relieve a massive snarl during the opening of the country's first Krispy Kreme store, whose drive-thru window caused mile-long jams.
Thankfully, the Scottish police cleared the jam by eating all the doughnuts. Just kidding. They advised citizens
NBA players unanimously voted to remove executive director Billy Hunter as head of their union on Saturday. Player support for Hunter waned after an independent report last month indicated that he could have misused NBPA
Gold medal-winning U.S. skier Lindsey Vonn suffered torn knee ligaments and a leg fracture after a scary crash at the world championships in Austria on Tuesday. The four-time overall World Cup champion is expected to miss the remainder of the 2013 season and could be questionable for the start of the 2014 Win
Joe Flacco threw three touchdown passes, and the Baltimore Ravens withstood a stadium power outage and a furious 49ers' rally to beat San Francisco, 34-31, at Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans on Sunday night.
A minor league hockey team thought getting a few college students out on its ice for 'College Olympics' on Jan. 18 would make for memorable intermission entertainment. They were right…for all the wrong reasons.
The family of the late Junior Seau has filed a wrongful death suit against the NFL Wednesday, alleging that the trauma the 12-time Pro Bowl linebacker suffered while playing in the league caused a brain disease that led him to commit suicide in May 2012.
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