6:00 PM: TNT NBA analyst Charles Barkley said the Indiana Pacers played like "wussies" in Saturday's Game 1 loss to the Atlanta Hawks: "And I'm gonna call y'all wussies because I don't wanna get the FCC messed up, pissed off at me."
5:45 PM: Former NFL QB Warren Moon says about Johnny Manziel's chances in the pros: "He just won't be able to get away with some of those things that he did in college football, especially taking on people, being as physical as he likes to play the game."
5:30 PM: Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News reports most of the Golden State Warriors players went straight to practice on Sunday after attending Easter services at coach Mark Jackson's church.
4:45 PM: Due to a scheduling conflict with a circus, the Portland Pirates AHL team had to play their final game of the season at their practice rink. The Pirates lost to the St. John's IceCaps 5-4 on Saturday to finish in last place in the league.
4:15 PM: St. Louis Blues forward Ryan Reaves on a Chicago Blackhawks player supposedly saying "Wakey wakey, Backes" after David Backes was knocked out of Saturday's game: "It makes it a little more gutless."
4:00 PM: Sunday's Dutch Cup soccer final between PEC Zwolle & Ajax Amsterdam was delayed an half-hour after Ajax fans threw numerous flares & smoke bombs onto the field seconds into the match. PEC would go on to defeat Ajax 5-1.
3:30 PM: During Sunday's game against the Dallas Mavericks, San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich had a message for Craig Sager, who was recently diagnosed with leukemia: "We want your fanny back on the court, and I promise I'll be nice. Get back here. Good luck."
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."
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