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5:15 PM: Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban suggested that the Lakers use their amnesty clause on Kobe Bryant. After the Lakers defeated the Mavericks 103-99 Sunday, Bryant tweeted: "Amnesty THAT"

5:00 PM: Georgia women's basketball coach Andy Landers got his 900th career victory in Sunday's 73-54 win over Ole Miss.

4:45 PM: Jimmie Johnson finished before Dale Earnhart Jr. to win the 2013 Daytona 500, while pole position leader Danica Patrick finished eighth.

4:30 PM: Penn State Board of Trustees member Anthony Lubrano says he wants a refund of the $6.5 million the school paid for the Freeh Report on the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.

4:15 PM: Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant tweeted after reports surfaced Sunday that he was arrested in Miami: "Ooo s*** false rumors about jail? Lol I was working out at 2 something in the morning in Dallas tx." The player that was arrested was Oakland Raiders defensive tackle Desmond Bryant.

4:00 PM: 101-year-old runner Fauja Singh ran his final marathon Sunday in Hong Kong: "I'm very happy. When I was running I felt very good, but now that I've stopped, I'm tired."

3:45 PM: While singing the national anthems before the Six Nations rugby match between England & France, Laura Wright's side-slit dress exposed her boy shorts underneath.

3:30 PM: Molina (Texas) High School coach Philon Deberry was arrested on charges of sexually assaulting a 17-year-old female student in the school's locker room last December.

3:15 PM: New York Yankees outfielder Curtis Granderson is expected to be out 10 weeks after suffering a fractured right forearm when he was hit by a pitch from the Blue Jays' J.A. Happ during Sunday's spring training game.

3:00 PM: Former LSU cornerback Tyrann Mathieu says at the NFL Combine that he is a changed person: "My best friend right now is honesty, because I want to be as open as possible. I want (teams) to be able to trust me."

2:45 PM: A bloody sock worn by former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling in Game 2 of the 2004 World Series sold at auction for $92,613.

2:30 PM: For its first year as the Pelicans next season, the New Orleans Hornets announced plans to cut ticket prices for 81% of the seats at New Orleans Arena.

2:15 PM: The Commercial Appeal reports former Memphis Grizzlies owner Michael Heisley has been hospitalized after suffering a stroke last weekend. The 75-year-old Heisley sold the team to a group headed by Robert Pera last October.

2:00 PM: Miami Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria took out a full-page ad in Sunday's local newspapers to defend himself against the "vicious cycle of negativity" aimed at him over the Blue Jays trade & Marlins Park funding.

1:45 PM: Rapper 50 Cent gave a kiss on the cheek to Erin Andrews during Fox Sports' coverage of the Daytona 500. 50 Cent was aiming for Erin's lips before she quickly moved.

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