5:00 PM: Four Missouri athletes - two basketball players & two football players - were arrested on marijuana possession charges on Saturday. Basketball players Wes Clark & Shane Rector have been suspended from Tuesday's NIT game against Davidson.
4:45 PM: After being left out of the NCAA & NIT tournaments, Indiana athletic director Fred Glass turned down an invite from the College Basketball Invitational: "Finances wouldn't be an issue if we thought it made sense. But we're Indiana. We don't play in the CBI."
4:30 PM: Canadian Olympic hockey coach Mike Babcock when asked if he'll be back for 2018: "That's a real good question that you can ask me again in three years. I don't have a clue at this point. I still perceive myself as a young guy. I plan on coaching for a while yet. We'll see what happens."
4:00 PM: LeBron James says about returning to Cleveland Tuesday to face his old Cavaliers team: "Well, it's always great to be there and get in my house in Akron. I think that's always a great thing and we're looking forward to the road trip, though it's a business trip to all of us, and try to get this thing back going."
3:45 PM: Former New York Jets & Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Darrelle Revis said about signing with his new team: "My thing is all about winning. I want to win. What better organization than the New England Patriots to be a part of?"
3:15 PM: Ozney Guillen, son of former Chicago White Sox & Miami Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen, has signed with the Normal CornBelters of the Frontier League.
3:00 PM: Federal prosecutors do not want accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to be allowed to see autopsy photos of the bombing's victims, claiming it would "violate the victims' rights to dignity and privacy and subject them to needless harm and suffering."
2:30 PM: A man at a Tega Cay, South Carolina Taco Bell on Sunday said he was attacked by another man when the alleged victim did not excuse himself after belching. The man allegedly hit the belcher with a chair and then tried choking him.
2:00 PM: 16-year-old runner Cameron Gallagher collapsed and later died just after completing a half-marathon in Virginia Beach on Sunday.
1:45 PM: Justin Verlander has been named the Detroit Tigers' Opening Day starter for the seventh straight season, the longest such streak since Jack Morris started in 11 straight openers for the Tigers.
1:30 PM: A former elementary school lunch lady in Grand Rapids, Michigan was sentenced to seven days in jail & fined $1,125 after being convicted of paying three students $1 to beat up a nine-year-old boy. The offer was made after the boy had called the woman a "pregnant bitch".
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