SbB LIVE FROM LA (Jul 11, 2014 @ 1:43pm ET)
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12:15 PM: Former L.A. Lakers center Chris Kaman has signed with the Portland Trail Blazers.

11:45 AM: Two former Nike employees & a Florida shoe collector have been indicted on numerous charges for stealing & reselling limited-edition Nike sneakers.

11:30 AM: Chick-Fil-A is the new head sponsor of the College Football Hall of Fame, which is scheduled to open in Atlanta on August 23.

11:15 AM: The D.C. Council on Monday plans to honor Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III with a ceremonial resolution that does not mention the name "Redskins".

10:45 AM: KTVB reports Boise State linebacker Mathew Boesen was arrested Thursday night on charges of careless driving & resisting arrest.

10:30 AM: In Thursday's 4-3 victory over the Washington Nationals, the Baltimore Orioles reached 50 wins in the fastest time since the 1997 season.

10:15 AM: Former North Carolina basketball player Antawn Jamison, said about former Tar Heel Rashad McCants, who accused the school of academic misconduct: "I just think he's a clown. I think he's in a situation where he's looking for attention. It's just sad."

10:00 AM: The Houston Texans and Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo have unveiled a $66 million plan to tear down the Astrodome & turn the site into an open-space park.

9:00 PM: English soccer club Millwall and its Prostate Cancer UK jersey sponsorship was recognized as the best business-charity partnership at the Institute of Fundraising Awards held Monday night.

8:45 PM: Tide detergent tweets an ad with an old LeBron James Cleveland Cavaliers jersey with the message: "We can clean the dust off any uniform."

8:30 PM: The Newark Star-Ledger reports Jersey Shore cast member Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino is being sued by his lawyer over $29,175.20 in unpaid legal fees.

8:15 PM: Former Ohio State football player Jim Stillwagon is suing the Delaware, Ohio police department over his arrest in an alleged road rage incident in 2012.

8:00 PM: MLB has announced the final participants in next Monday's All-Star Home Run Derby at the Minnesota Twins' Target Field.

7:45 PM: Lakewood (Ohio) High School marching band director Nathan Harris resigned Wednesday after he was arrested last month for having sexual contact with a 16-year-old boy inside Harris' car at a Cleveland park bike lot.

7:30 PM: Benches cleared in the 9th inning during Thursday's Cubs-Reds game in Cincinnati after Anthony Rizzo reacted to comments coming from the Reds' dugout.

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