SbB LIVE FROM LA (Jul 23, 2014 @ 4:18pm ET)
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5:15 PM: Surfers in Asbury Park, New Jersey are upset with a developer who has been using surfboards to promote parcels for sale. The surfers are concerned that the developed parcels would prevent access to local beaches.

5:00 PM: Matthew Beichner, a 12-year-old boy suffering from a rare cancer cell disease, was signed to a one-day contract by the Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday. Matthew also got to enjoy lunch & a game of catch with his favorite player Andrew McCutchen.

4:45 PM: Tennessee & West Virginia will open their 2018 seasons at Charlotte's Bank of America Stadium. It will be the first football meeting between the schools.

4:30 PM: LeBron James gave his neighbors in Bath Township, Ohio cupcakes to apologize for the mass of fans & media that surrounded his home upon his return to the Cleveland Cavaliers.

4:15 PM: The Indianapolis Colts announce they will be hosting a cheerleader swimsuit calendar release party on Friday at the team's complex. Malori Wampler is not likely to be invited.

4:00 PM: The Niles, Illinois Village Board of Trustees approve plans for a new gun shop & indoor shooting range that will be within a mile of five local schools, including a school for children with emotional disabilities.

3:45 PM: Chicago Blackhawks player Patrick Kane suited up for a local men's league team in Buffalo Monday night, scoring five goals in his team's 13-5 victory.

3:30 PM: Ana Ivanovic has hired Dejan Petrovic as her new coach after separating from previous coach Nemanja Kontic following Wimbledon.

3:15 PM: Former Iowa & NFL offensive lineman Casey Wiegmann is taking part in this year's RAGBRAI state-wide bicycle race in honor of his former high school coach Ed Thomas. Thomas was shot and killed by former player Mark Becker in 2009.

3:00 PM: The Star Tribune reports Major League Baseball did not have to pay rent for their 5-day All-Star Game FanFest held at the Minneapolis Convention Center, while MLB also received steep discounts for security, food & cleaning.

2:45 PM: Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert tweeted photos of having dinner with Larry Bird & Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Tuesday night: "Loved hearing their stories. Learned so much and asked a lot of questions."

2:30 PM: A 54-year-old man was arrested Sunday for groping people in a wave pool at Disney World's Typhoon Lagoon water park. But Perry Stiles claims any contact he made with others was "accidental and unintentional".

2:15 PM: Former Houston Cougars & Dallas Cowboys running back Robert Newhouse died Tuesday at the age of 64 from heart disease. Newhouse had suffered a stroke in 2010.

2:00 PM: After Tony Dungy said he wouldn't draft him because he would be a "distraction", Michael Sam responded: "Thank God he wasn't a St. Louis Rams coach. But I have great respect for Tony Dungy. Like everyone in America, everyone is entitled to their own opinions."

1:45 PM: L.A. Clippers interim CEO Richard Parsons testified on Tuesday that coach Doc Rivers will quit if Donald Sterling remains owner: "If Doc were to leave, that would be a disaster. Doc is the father figure, the one who leads."

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