SbB LIVE FROM LA (Apr 21, 2014 @ 7:49am ET)
8:00 PM: Before Saturday's game against Crystal Palace, West Ham United held a minute of applause in honor of Dylan Tombides, a West Ham player who died Friday at the age of 20 after battling cancer.
7:45 PM: Former Nashville Predators coach Barry Trotz took out a full-page ad in Sunday's Tennessean thanking the team & fans for their support.
7:30 PM: MLB.com's Cut 4 shares a photo of a Colorado Rockies fan who showed up to Sunday's game with a large Easter-themed mohawk.
7:15 PM: Detroit Red Wings defenseman Brendan Smith tried to pick a fight with Boston Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara during Sunday's game, but Chara just smiled & laughed at him.
7:00 PM: Miss America Nina Davuluri released a statement Sunday asking Central York (PA) High School to reconsider its three-day suspension of a student who asked Davuluri to the prom during an assembly Thursday.
6:45 PM: Westlake (CA) High School softball coach Robert Frank Garza was arrested Thursday on charges of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old female student.
6:30 PM: A man dressed as Jesus was spotted at the TD Garden for Sunday's Boston Bruins-Detroit Red Wings game.
6:15 PM: A plane carrying a group of parachute jumpers in Finland crashed & caught fire, killing eight people. Three people managed to jump & parachute to safety before the crash.
6:00 PM: TNT NBA analyst Charles Barkley said the Indiana Pacers played like "wussies" in Saturday's Game 1 loss to the Atlanta Hawks: "And I'm gonna call y'all wussies because I don't wanna get the FCC messed up, pissed off at me."
5:45 PM: Former NFL QB Warren Moon says about Johnny Manziel's chances in the pros: "He just won't be able to get away with some of those things that he did in college football, especially taking on people, being as physical as he likes to play the game."
5:30 PM: Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News reports most of the Golden State Warriors players went straight to practice on Sunday after attending Easter services at coach Mark Jackson's church.
5:15 PM: New York Yankees pitcher Matt Daley was designated for assignment after giving up six runs with two unearned in 1 1/3 innings during Saturday's 16-1 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays.
5:00 PM: Eight people were arrested Friday for being involved in an underground anabolic steroid distribution ring, including the owner of a Surprise, Arizona fitness center.
4:45 PM: Due to a scheduling conflict with a circus, the Portland Pirates AHL team had to play their final game of the season at their practice rink. The Pirates lost to the St. John's IceCaps 5-4 on Saturday to finish in last place in the league.
4:30 PM: The Angels committed three errors on one play that allowed Detroit Tigers runner Ian Kinsler to score from first during Sunday's game.