5:00 PM: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar appears in a new Travel Wisconsin TV ad alongside "Airplane!" co-star Robert Hays & an inflatable friend.
4:45 PM: Sacramento RiverCats pitcher Andrew Werner points out that his team had the idea of a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles jersey before the Fresno Grizzlies did. And the Grizzlies respond: "We never said it was original. We just clearly executed it better."
4:30 PM: Robert Prince, who served as defense attorney for Nick Saban's daughter Kristen, is now serving as attorney for Alabama defensive lineman Wilson Love against a $100,000 assault lawsuit.
4:15 PM: Creighton basketball player Doug McDermott said he's "happy" for the success of in-state rival Nebraska: "A lot of our fans bases like to go back and forth at each other but I think that's kind of unnecessary. We should just enjoy this time."
4:00 PM: Atlanta Hawks player Kyle Korver said he heard a rumor that an opposing coach offered his team money to stop Korver's three-point scoring streak, which recently ended after 127 straight games.
3:45 PM: Mike Dawson of the Centre Daily Times reports Jay Paterno, son of former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, has filed a petition to be on the ballot for the Pennsylvania lieutenant governor race.
3:30 PM: Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington said on Monday that he was "disappointed in Ian Kinsler's comments about hoping his former team would go 0-162: "But everyone has an opinion. Their opinion doesn't mean reality."
3:15 PM: Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona said about comments comparing his recruiting skills to Alabama football coach Nick Saban: "I don't know how I feel about that. I don't think I have a (remote control) thing on my door that shuts it or anything."
2:30 PM: A 20-year-old man was arrested on charges in the early Sunday morning shooting of Orr Academy basketball player Tyquone Greer & five others at a party on Chicago's West Side.
2:15 PM: NFL Hall of Fame QB Fran Tarkenton tells USA Today his thoughts on Johnny Manziel: "Nobody really played like I played. This kid plays like I did more than anybody else. He's the closest thing I've seen to myself."
2:00 PM: A former Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy teacher pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct charges after nude photos of her appeared online. The teacher claimed that someone stole her cell phone that had the photos, but later admitted she sent the photos to someone else who posted them online.
1:45 PM: Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross says he would be willing to pay for $350 million in renovations to Sun Life Stadium if he no longer has to pay property taxes on the stadium.
1:30 PM: Former Indianapolis Colts center Jeff Saturday has brought his lawsuit against the city of Cleveland's "jock tax" to the Ohio Supreme Court. Saturday claims the city unfairly charges visiting pro sports players higher taxes than other out-of-town workers.
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