SbB LIVE FROM LA (Jul 28, 2014 @ 9:52pm ET)
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9:00 PM: New York Jets offensive lineman Oday Aboushi took part in an Islamic Medical Association of North America trip to Sudan where he assisted in 185 surgeries to repair cleft lips.

8:45 PM: Last week the West Michigan Whitecaps hosted a Little League teeball game at Fifth Third Field where all the equipment used was produced by a 3D printer.

8:30 PM: An auction house believes that an autographed Texas A&M jersey Johnny Manziel wore for his 2012 homes games will sell for over $100,000. The online auction runs from August 6 to August 23.

8:15 PM: A plane owned by Joe Gibbs Racing bumped another plane owned by Stewart Haas Racing at Concord Regional Airport in North Carolina Sunday evening. The NASCAR teams' planes were returning from the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis, but no one was hurt in the collision.

8:00 PM: Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly explains why he thinks the NFL Draft is overrated, telling media members that they don't start applauding when their newspaper "signs a kid out of Northwestern with really good prose".

7:45 PM: The San Antonio Spurs sent Manu Ginobili a letter saying that due to his stress fracture injury & recovery time, they will not give him permission to compete for Argentina in the FIBA World Cup this summer.

7:30 PM: Idaho Fish & Game officials say they had trouble catching a bull elk that was running through the streets of Garden City last Friday because the animal was "stressed out" by people trying to take "selfies" with it. The elk was eventually tranquilized & released back into the wild.

7:15 PM: Martina Hingis led the Washington Kastles to a 25-13 victory over the Springfield Lasers on Sunday to win the 2014 World Team Tennis championship, the Kastles' fourth straight title & fifth in six years.

7:00 PM: KUSA has video of Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning dancing to the song "Rocky Top" as it was played during Monday's practice.

6:45 PM: Former Jets & current Eagles QB Mark Sanchez said on Monday that the fans in Philadelphia are "a lot nicer" than the ones in New York.

6:30 PM: Michigan state officials have approved alcohol sales at Michigan Stadium for the scheduled August 2 soccer match between Manchester United & Real Madrid.

6:15 PM: A judge ruled on Monday that Shelly Sterling can sell the L.A. Clippers to Steve Ballmer for $2 billion and that Donald Sterling cannot appeal the sale.

6:00 PM: Five U.S. Congressmen from Pennsylvania are asking the NCAA to rescind its remaining sanctions against Penn State that were handed down over the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.

5:45 PM: With LeBron James rejoining the Cleveland Cavaliers, Miami Heat owner Micky Arison published a letter Monday about the team's past success and adding: "We are not done; not even close."

5:30 PM: Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly said about players fighting at practice for two straight days: "It's no different than sometimes little kids don't get along very well and throw Tonka trucks at each other. I (think) the fact that it made SportsCenter must have meant it's the world's slowest sports day."

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