1:00 PM: The Sugar Land Skeeters minor league baseball team have formally extended a spring training invite to former NBA player Tracy McGrady.
12:30 PM: A photographer for a Tampa skydiving company caught photos of a small plane crashing after colliding with a skydiver just above the ground in Polk County, Florida on Saturday. Both the skydiver and pilot survived the collision.
12:15 PM: South African double amputee runner Oscar Pistorius vomited in the courtroom on Monday as he heard graphic details of the gunfire injuries suffered by his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. Pistorius is charged with the shooting death of Steenkamp.
12:00 PM: Camden (New Jersey) High School wrestler Andrew Stevens, who showed up late & was almost disqualified from his state semifinal, defeated Tyler Gildner of Robbinsville 3-0 on Sunday to win the 285-pound division state title.
11:15 AM: USC archeology students are helping dig up the remains of Native Dancer, a race horse who was buried at the now-closed Hollywood Park racetrack. Native Dancer's remains will be moved to the Del Mar track in San Diego.
11:00 AM: CBC hockey commentator Don Cherry believes that Florida Panthers goalie Roberto Luongo should "keep his mouth shut" about his former Vancouver Canucks team.
10:30 AM: Despite having the second-worst record in the NHL, Wayne Gretzky supports Edmonton Oilers GM Craig MacTavish: "They are in good hands. Craig cares and wants this team to be successful and I think he will. I think he is going to be a tremendous general manager, I really do."
10:00 AM: Minnesota Republican state representative Pat Garofalo tweeted on Sunday: "Let's be honest, 70% of teams in NBA could fold tomorrow + nobody would notice a difference w/ possible exception of increase in streetcrime."
8:00 PM: L.A. Dodgers player Juan Uribe got a bit of a surprise when teammate Hanley Ramirez jumped out of Uribe's covered-up locker room space.
7:45 PM: Former Detroit Lions RB Barry Sanders tweeted that he is "sending my thoughts and prayers" to the family of William Clay Ford, the Lions owner who died Sunday from pneumonia: "Mr. Ford was a visionary that will be missed by us all."
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