6:45 PM: Whoopi Goldberg said she agreed with Stephen A. Smith's comments about men hitting women back: "You have to teach women, do not live with this idea that men have this chivalry thing still with them; don't assume that that is still in place."
6:15 PM: L.A. Clippers player Matt Barnes tweeted his thanks to his social media followers for helping Sacramento police apprehend Michael Lee Williams, who is accused of the stabbing death of Barnes' aunt Tanganyika Williams.
5:45 PM: The Toronto Star reports a Cleveland-produced "Caucasians" t-shirt mocking the Indians' Chief Wahoo logo has become a big seller on Indian reservations in Ontario.
5:30 PM: The International Cricket Council has warned English player Moeen Ali to stop wearing "Free Palestine" & "Save Gaza" wristbands during England's test match against India.
5:15 PM: Magic Johnson & Kareem Abdul-Jabbar were among those present for Tuesday's press conference introducing Byron Scott as the Lakers' new head coach.
5:00 PM: Denver Broncos defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson said at practice Monday about the Seattle Seahawks reveling in last season's 43-8 Super Bowl victory: "F*** Seattle. Write it down. Take a picture."
4:45 PM: Seattle police are looking for a suspect who attacked a blind man who had hit his car with his walking cane. A witness said he tried to stop the assault but the suspect threatened him with a knife, then the suspect drove off.
4:15 PM: The Guardian reports 2014 British Open winner & Manchester United fan Rory McIlory may bring the Claret Jug to ManU's August 16 home opener against Swansea City.
3:45 PM: Former Indiana Pacers & Golden State Warriors player Sarunas Jasikevicius is retiring from European basketball at the age of 38 and will become an assistant coach with Lithuanian club Zalgiris Kaunas.
3:30 PM: A 9-year-old girl who was struck by a plane that crashed landed on a Venice, Florida beach died from her injuries on Tuesday. The girl's father died when he was struck during the plane's landing on Sunday.
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