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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."

5:15 PM: In an interview with Sport TV, Lakers player Steve Nash says this upcoming season will probably be his last: "But I still love to play, practice and work on my game. I'm going to spend hopefully many many years living this life without basketball."

5:00 PM: During Monday's Big Ten Media Day, Michigan defensive end Frank Clark said about the team's last visit to Notre Dame: "I've never seen so many middle fingers. I thought that was a Christian school."

4:45 PM: Two LSU freshman defensive lineman were arrested on misdemeanor charges last week: Trey Lealaimatafao for stealing a bike outside the school's library, and Davon Godchaux for throwing firecrackers into a campus apartment.

4:30 PM: The NCAA announced a new rule where football teams that are wearing jerseys with "non-contrasting" uniform numbers will be charged one time out per quarter.

4:15 PM: Norman police said on Monday that Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon has not yet been issued an arrest warrant after he allegedly punched a 20-year-old woman in the face at a restaurant last Friday.

4:00 PM: After teasing him at practice Sunday, Bernard Pollard said about LSU alum & Tennessee Titans teammate Zach Mettenberger being punched by an Alabama fan at a Nashville bar: "If we see that sucker who punched him, it's on. We are always going to have out brother's back."

3:45 PM: Chicago Bulls player Joakim Noah says he's "happy" for LeBron James' return to the Cleveland Cavaliers: "He gets to go home. People are happy over there. But I really hope that we can kick his ass as many times as possible."

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