SbB LIVE FROM LA (Mar 7, 2014 @ 5:06pm ET)
5:00 PM: Milwaukee Bucks forward Ersan Ilyasova has been suspended one game without pay by the NBA for punching Sacramento Kings forward Reggie Evans in the stomach during Wednesday's game.
4:45 PM: Former Minnesota Vikings tight end John Carlson has signed with the Arizona Cardinals in a two-year deal.
4:30 PM: Canadian women's Olympic hockey goalie Shannon Szabados is reportedly signing with the Columbus Cottonmouths to become the first female player in SPHL history.
4:15 PM: Saturday's IBF junior middleweight title bout at the MGM Grand has been canceled as title holder Carlos Amado Molina remains jailed in Las Vegas. Molina was arrested Tuesday on warrants of failing to register as a sex offender in Wisconsin.
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.