SbB LIVE FROM LA (Sep 2, 2014 @ 8:43am ET)
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8:00 PM: Former Boston College baseball player Pete Frates, whose battle with ALS inspired the Ice Bucket Challenge fad, is a new father after his wife Julie gave birth to a baby daughter on Sunday.

7:45 PM: U.S. Army Ranger reserves Captain Alejandro "Ali" Villaneuva, who has served three tours of duty in Afghanistan, has been signed to the Pittsburgh Steelers' practice squad as an offensive lineman.

7:30 PM: Baltimore Ravens receiver Steve Smith tweeted on Sunday about his name change: "Ppl keep asking me this question When did Steve Smith Sr. become Steve Smith Sr? My answer Um, probably when Steve Smith Jr. arrived."

7:15 PM: The Houston Chronicle presents a photo gallery from the 10th annual Pre-Labor Day Pregnant Bikini Contest held at a Stafford, Texas bar & restaurant.

7:00 PM: L.A. Kings general manager Dean Lombardi spends his day with the Stanley Cup by asking it for some psychiatric help (only 5 cents).

6:45 PM: Former Notre Dame defensive tackle Ian Gray took a 14-hour flight from his job in Saudi Arabia to attend Saturday's game in South Bend so he could watch his son play for Rice against the Irish.

6:30 PM: Two Indiana State football players were arrested on alcohol & traffic violation charges while driving back to Terre Haute from Bloomington following Saturday's game against Indiana.

6:15 PM: Senegal defeated Puerto Rico 82-75 on Sunday for their first FIBA World Cup victory since 1998 & third overall World Cup win since 1978.

6:00 PM: Two inmates in Bibb County, Georgia are accused of trying to smuggle marijuana back into jail that had been placed in their dead grandmother's casket during a private visitation.

5:45 PM: After being cut on Saturday, defensive tackle Devon Still was signed to the Cincinnati Bengals' practice squad on Sunday. Still's 4-year-old daughter is currently undergoing treatment for cancer.

5:30 PM: The U.S. defeated Turkey 98-77 Sunday in their second game at the FIBA World Cup in Spain.

5:15 PM: Eli Shenise, a 12-year-old boy suffering from Burkitt's lymphoma, signed a one-day contract with the Charlotte Knights & will throw out the first pitch for Sunday's game against the Gwinnett Braves.

5:00 PM: After the Chicago White Sox traded him to the Oakland A's on Sunday, Adam Dunn will reportedly retire at the end of the season.

4:45 PM: A polar bear cub at the Buffalo Zoo was taken to the vet after she fell 14 feet down into a dry moat on Saturday. The bear was being held in a tiger exhibit as her regular exhibit was being renovated.

4:30 PM: Caroline Wozniacki defeated Maria Sharapova 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 on Sunday to advance to the U.S. Open quarterfinals, where she will face Sara Errani.

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