SbB LIVE FROM LA (Apr 17, 2014 @ 11:44pm ET)
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9:00 PM: Drivers near the University of Florida campus were stuck in a 15-minute traffic jam campus Thursday morning due to an apparently injured bald eagle sitting in the road. But when animal control officers arrived to tend to the eagle, it flew away.

8:45 PM: Rick Chandler of SportsGrid shares video of Barclays Center usher Bryan Bautista singing the national anthem before Wednesday's Nets-Knicks game. Bautista got the chance after sending a clip of his singing to the choreographer of the Nets' dance team.

8:30 PM: Receiver Sidney Rice, who re-signed with the Seattle Seahawks on Wednesday after being released in February, tweeted on Thursday: "Walked into VMAC to see my locker untouched.. Oh what a feelin! #homesweethome"

8:15 PM: Saskatchewan Roughriders player Chris Getzlaf tweets a photo of his brother, Anaheim Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf, showing the bruises & stitches he received after getting hit in the face with a slapshot during Wednesday's game.

8:00 PM: Former Northern Kentucky University athletic director Scott Eaton was sentenced to 10 years in prison on Thursday after pleading guilty to charges of stealing $311,215 from the school.

7:45 PM: For tonight's game against the Las Vegas 51s, the Reno Aces are inviting fans to come see (then eat) a giant Aces cupcake mural.

7:30 PM: New York Post Mets beat writer Mike Puma tweeted on Wednesday: "Told Keith Hernandez he was a star on Deadspin for his take on the woman eating a hotdog the other night. Said Keith: 'What's Deadspin?'"

7:15 PM: Seattle police are looking for the driver of a Subaru Impreza who purposefully hit a 54-year-old bicyclist and drove off last Friday in the city's Wallingford neighborhood.

7:00 PM: Richard Johnson of the New York Post reports former NBA player Smush Parker punched a 16-year-old player during a pickup game last week. The player was Wolfgang Novogratz, son of HGTV show hosts Robert & Cortney Novogratz.

6:45 PM: The Baltimore Ravens have reportedly reinstated linebacker Rolando McClain from the reserve/retired list. McClain announced his retirement from the NFL last May after a couple of arrests in his hometown of Decatur, Alabama.

6:30 PM: WLWT reports the Cincinnati Bengals & Hamilton County officials have reached a deal with General Electric to give the Bengals a new scoreboard at Paul Brown Stadium and relocate a GE service center to the Banks district near the stadium.

6:15 PM: The Kentucky High School Athletic Association has approved a new rule where middle school students who are held back a year will no longer be allowed to compete in school sports.

6:00 PM: A mug shot of Donovan McNabb released Thursday by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Police Department was for a DUI arrest in December. McNabb already served his one-day jail sentence after having nine other days suspended.

5:45 PM: Seattle Mariners Triple-A first baseman Ji-Man Choi has received a 50-game suspension after testing positive for the PED methandienone.

5:30 PM: The Tulsa World reports Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith is expected to be named the new head coach of the Tulsa Golden Hurricane.

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