SbB LIVE FROM LA (Apr 20, 2014 @ 2:13pm ET)
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3:15 PM: In order to gets fans to contact their TV providers about picking up their channel, SportsNet LA took out a half-page ad in Sunday's L.A. Times featuring a photo of Vin Scully with the message "Don't Miss This."

3:00 PM: Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook has been suspended three games by the NHL for his hit to the head of St. Louis Blues captain David Backes during Saturday's game.

2:45 PM: The Milwaukee Brewers' Carlos Gomez & the Pittsburgh Pirates' Travis Snider were ejected following a bench-clearing brawl during Sunday's game.

2:30 PM: Former Rutgers linebacker Jamaal Westerman takes issue with Rutgers athletic director Julie Hermann saying that former Scarlet Knights football players "don't seem to give back" to the school.

2:15 PM: Former University of Pittsburgh QB Tom Savage has turned down an invite to attend the NFL Draft at New York City's Radio City Music Hall on May 8.

2:00 PM: The Tampa Bay Rays became the first team to score at least 10 runs & have 16 hits against the New York Yankees in consecutive games since the Angels in August 1988.

1:45 PM: The flagman at Sunday's Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix waved the checkered flag one lap early, but Lewis Hamilton still won the race.

1:30 PM: Stanislas Wawrinka defeated fellow Swiss player Roger Federer 4-6, 7-6 (5), 6-2 on Sunday to win the Monte Carlo Masters.

1:15 PM: After Toronto Raptors GM Masai Ujiri told a crowd of fans "F*** Brooklyn!", the cover of Sunday's New York Daily News sports section ran the headline "Don't F*** With Brooklyn!" The Nets defeated the Raptors 94-78 in Saturday's Game 1 of their playoff series.

1:00 PM: Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh was at his alma mater Miami (Ohio) on Saturday for the unveiling of his own statue at the school's Cradle of Coaches Plaza.

12:45 PM: After Texas Longhorns linebacker Steve Edmond said on Saturday that Baylor was "trash", Bears offensive lineman Troy Baker tweeted a photo of the 2013 Big 12 football championship trophy with the message: "I love this trash too."

12:30 PM: Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, a boxer who was jailed for 19 years after being wrongly convicted of a triple murder, died Sunday at the age of 76 from prostate cancer.

12:15 PM: Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson said after Saturday's 109-105 win over the L.A. Clippers: "When you look at the make-up of this basketball team individually and collectively, they're fighters. Top to bottom we've got a bunch of guys that survey says, we're not supposed to be here."

12:00 PM: After receiving cancer treatment in New York City, former Bills QB Jim Kelly returned to Buffalo on Saturday to continue his treatment there. And WKBW reports that Kelly will be "active in the bidding process" to try & buy the Bills.

8:00 PM: Midnight Hawk, a racehorse co-owned by Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville, lost by a nose in a photo finish at Saturday's Illinois Derby.

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