SbB LIVE FROM LA (Jul 10, 2014 @ 4:00pm ET)
4:45 PM: Argentina soccer player Javier Mascherano said he suffered a torn anus while making a tackle on Netherlands player Arjen Robben during Wednesday's World Cup semifinal.
4:30 PM: The Tempe, Arizona-based college football bowl game previously known as the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl has been renamed the Cactus Bowl.
4:15 PM: Wimbledon champ Novak Djokovic married his longtime girlfriend Jelena Ristic in a private ceremony at a coastal resort in Montenegro on Thursday.
4:00 PM: The Cedar Point amusement park in Ohio tweets that if LeBron James returns to the Cleveland Cavaliers, they will rename one of their roller coasters after him.
3:45 PM: Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett signed a new state budget Thursday after vetoing $65 million in spending that would help pay state pensions. An arbitrator ruled last month that convicted child sex abuser Jerry Sandusky should continue to receive his $4,900-a-month state pension.
3:30 PM: A 90-year-old man who a driving a golf cart to a country club in Hastings, Michigan died after being struck by another car Thursday morning.
3:15 PM: Boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. tweeted on Thursday that he will face Marcos Maidana in a rematch on September 13 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Mayweather won a decision over Maidana in their last fight last May.
3:00 PM: Joseph Robert Patterson, accused in the beating death of Adrian Peterson's two-year-old son, testified in court Thursday that the child had died after choking on fruit snacks while Patterson was in the bathroom.
2:45 PM: Former Portland Trail Blazers player Steve Blake is returning to the team for a third time after agreeing to a two-year, $4.2 million deal.
2:30 PM: The Brooklyn Nets announce that their Brooklyn Knight mascot will not be returning next season.
2:15 PM: For the second straight year no players were selected in the NFL supplemental draft held on Thursday.
2:00 PM: Germany's soccer federation says that if their team beats Argentina in Sunday's World Cup final, they will be holding an official celebration at Berlin's Brandenburg Gate.
1:45 PM: Serena Williams has withdrawn from next week's Swedish Open as she is still trying to recover from the illness she suffered during Wimbledon.
1:30 PM: Michigan Republican state representative candidate Jordan Haskins announced he was pulling out of the race after it was revealed he had served prison time for "cranking", in which he would pull out spark plugs in public vehicles and then masturbate while trying to restart the vehicles.
1:15 PM: 19-year-old Seydina Limamoy Ndoye pleaded guilty Thursday to murder & conspiracy charges in the shooting death of Providence Central (Rhode Island) High School football player George M. Holland Jr. last February.