SbB LIVE FROM LA (Dec 26, 2014 @ 2:43pm ET)
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4:00 PM: Kent State women's basketball coach Danielle O'Banion says she doesn't want pity after being diagnosed wirh lymphoma: "I didn't want the condolences, I didn't want our players to be asked emotional questions and see people try to make this into a made-for-TV movie."

3:45 PM: Hawaii News Now reports on Santa Claus getting his head shaved for Trucker Dukes , a 4-year-old Maui boy suffering from the cancer neuroblastoma.

3:30 PM: Detroit Lions coach & Beloit, Wisconsin native Jim Caldwell says he won't have a big family section cheering him at Sunday's game in Green Bay "because half of them are Packers fans".

3:15 PM: Oakland Raiders defensive end Justin Tuck was reportedly fined $22,050 by the NFL for "directing abusive and insulting language" to an official during last Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills.

3:00 PM: Video from Thursday's TNT "Inside The NBA" show interviewing & paying tribute to Craig Sager as he battles leukemia.

2:45 PM: Jurist.org reports a South Carolina state senator has proposed a bill that would require state colleges making at least $50 million in annual revenue to pay their football & basketball players.

2:30 PM: The Salt Lake Tribune reports Utah offensive coordinator Dave Christensen is leaving to become the offensive line coach at Texas A&M.

2:15 PM: Arizona Cardinals QB Drew Stanton is being treated for a right knee infection after getting injured during the Cardinals' December 11 win against the St. Louis Rams.

2:00 PM: Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have requested to have their client's trial pushed back until next September. Jury selection in Tsarnaev's trial is scheduled to begin on January 5.

1:45 PM: TSN's Bob McKenzie reports the New Jersey Devils have fired head coach Peter DeBoer after a 12-17-7 season start.

1:30 PM: A 4-year-old autistic boy who had gone missing in Little River, South Carolina on Christmas Eve was found dead in a nearby pond on Friday morning.

1:15 PM: The owner of a Cape Cod ice cream parlor was arrested on charges of giving his teenage employees alcohol for vandalizing a competing parlor.

1:00 PM: After saying they weren't taught enough about the subject in health class, three students at St. Louis Park High School in Minnesota have formed a sex education club that begins in January.

12:45 PM: Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith will not play Sunday against the San Diego Chargers due to a lacerated spleen, and Chase Daniel will get the start in Smith's place.

12:30 PM: New York Knicks forward Quincy Acy has been suspended one game by the NBA for committing a flagrant foul on Washington Wizards guard John Wall during Thursday's game. And Wall was fined $15,000 by the NBA for shoving Acy after the foul.

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