SbB LIVE FROM LA (Mar 7, 2014 @ 4:00pm ET)
4:00 PM: Washington Wizards player John Wall posted that he's trying to help Miyah, a five-year-old girl with cancer, get a pink wig from singer Nicki Minaj. And Minaj responded: "Hi Miyah!!!! Let's see what we can come up with for a pretty little princess. ;)"
3:45 PM: A UC Santa Barbara basketball fan ran onto the court to confront Hawaii coach Gib Arnold during Thursday night's game. The fan was ejected from the arena & reportedly arrested.
3:30 PM: Carmen Berra, wife of Yogi Berra, died Thursday night at the age of 85 from complications from a stroke. Yogi & Carmen celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary in January.
3:15 PM: During Friday's meeting of the Penn State Board of Trustees, former Penn State football player Joe Lally called on trustees to join the Paterno family's lawsuit against the NCAA, saying: "Let's not be bullied any longer."
3:00 PM: Birmingham City soccer club owner Carson Yeung has been sentenced to six years in prison on money laundering charges in Hong Kong.
2:45 PM: Former Chicago Bears player Brian Urlacher said it's "frustrating" to see the team release Devin Hester: "It's just the loyalty factor. It's just not there. He should be a guy that retires as a Bear."
2:30 PM: Mike Garofolo of Fox Sports 1 reports the Jacksonville Jaguars have re-signed QB Chad Henne to a two-year deal.
2:15 PM: The Kansas City Royals released pitcher Brad Penny on Friday. Penny had signed a minor league deal with the Royals back in January.
2:00 PM: Bartram Trail (Florida) High School on Friday is holding a special homecoming ceremony for football player Aubrey Thompson, who suffered a life-threatening brain injury in a pickup truck crash last October.
2:15 PM: A group of New York Knicks fans say they plan to hold a protest against team management before the Knicks' March 19 home game against the Indiana Pacers.
1:45 PM: Two women at Boston's TD Garden were injured when the metal frame of protective netting fell on them following Thursday's Bruins vs. Capitals hockey game.
1:30 PM: The U.S. women's soccer team lost to Sweden 1-0 in the Algarve Cup in Portugal on Friday to end their 43-game unbeaten streak.
1:15 PM: Oklahoma City Thunder player Kevin Durant says about wearing sleeved jerseys: "I don't mind. I play in T-shirts. I played in hoodies before. So it don't matter. Just give us a basketball. We'll go play."
1:00 PM: Major League Soccer has locked out its referees a day before the season starts and will use replacement officials instead.
12:45 PM: The Tallahassee Democrat reports Florida State football players Ira Denson & Mario Pender were involved in a shooting last December that began with Denson using Pender's missing debit card.