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."
6:30 PM: Mercer clinched its first NCAA tournament berth in 29 years after defeating Florida Gulf Coast 68-60 on Sunday to win the Atlantic Sun tournament title.
6:15 PM: In its final ACC regular season game, Maryland upset #5 Virginia 75-69 in overtime on Sunday. The Terps are joining the Big Ten next season after 61 years in the ACC.
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