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Frustrating loss leaves the Cleveland Cavaliers looking like a team in need of a break: Terry Pluto

View full sizeThomas Ondrey, The Plain Dealer CLEVELAND, Ohio — This time, no fourth quarter comeback from the Cavaliers. Instead, it was a game that ended with a thud, a backboard-rocking 32 percent shooting night and an 89-84 home loss to New Orleans Wednesday night.

Inside the Oakland Athletics –

By Joe Stiglich Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012 at 9:56 am in Uncategorized Three days until the A’s first full-squad workout. Here’s the morning update … The bullpen holds some mystery for the A’s this spring, but manager Bob Melvin expects right-hander Fautino De Los Santos to play a key role one way or another.

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Pittsburgh Pirates News, Scores, Schedules & Stats

Two faces, one old and one new, in the clubhouse today. Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review Pirates pitcher James McDonald took significant steps forward in his development in 2011, and he expects that to continue.

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By: Patrick Brown | Wed., Feb. 22nd, 2012 Click to enlargeTennessee head coach Cuonzo Martin, center, talks with Cameron Tatum (23) and Skylar McBee (13) during the basketball game against Kentucky on Saturday. Kentucky won 65-62. KNOXVILLE – The approach must stay the same, though the distractions increase.


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Charlie Riedel | ASSOCIATED PRESS The Star’s Bob Dutton is in Arizona as pitchers and catchers report today. Send him your Royals questions during a live chat at 1 p.m. The Chiefs landed free-agent cornerback Stanford Routt today with a three-year, $20 million contract that guarantees him $6 million in 2012.


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Olympic aquatics centre gets warm reception for test event christening

Off the tube. Up the stairs. Over the bridge. Left at the big Marks & Spencer, past the Russian team shop, the Team GB merchandising outlet and the entrance to the vast casino. Left again at Prada, past Omega and Hugo Boss. Squeeze past the gaggle of drinkers outside The Cow gastro pub and into the Olympic Park.

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Highlights from Schmid’s teleconference

February 20, 2012 at 11:33 AM Get your Husky Basketball 2011-12 App! Receive up-to-the-minute Husky news, scores and stats. Plus, news scores and schedules from around the Pac-12.

Yankees Add Lefty Power In Ibanez | FanGraphs Baseball

If the Yankees’ stable of position players was missing one thing, it was a left-handed power bat to come off the bench. Today, the Yankees signed Raul Ibanez to a one-year deal, ostensibly to fill that hole. Ibanez, however, has rapidly felt the effects of aging of late.

News from The Associated Press

TAMPA, Florida, EE.UU. (AP) — Mariano Rivera dio a entender el lunes que 2012 podrser su o an las Grandes Ligas, aunque se que esperarasta el final de la campaara anunciar sus planes a largo plazo. Al iniciar una nueva pretemporada con los Yanquis de Nueva York, el cerrador panamee 42 aindice ya toma decisiobre si se retira o vuelve en 2013.

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Nittany Nation | Penn State football live chat, 8 p.m. Monday

Bring your Penn State football questions and comments for Frank Bodani at 8 p.m. Monday for our weekly PSU live chat. In the meantime, here’s Frank’s column diving into the deeper story behind PSU’s recruitment of star quarterback Christian Hackenberg. And, in case you missed it, Bill O’Brien completed his coaching staff over the weekend.

Football Weekly: make or break for Chelsea and André Villas-Boas

Football Weekly: make or break for Chelsea and André Villas-BoasPlus: the FA Cup, Ligue 1, Inter woe, La Liga, footballers’ non-footballing brothers, the joy of own goals and more AC Jimbo is back from the ski slopes to take control of the pod, and he’s joined in the studio by Philippe Auclair, Sean Ingle and John Ashdown.

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USA TODAY’s 2012 MLB Preview has the essential information every fan needs for the upcoming season. Eight different regional covers to choose from. Get a leg up on all your fellow fantasy league owners. Fantasy Baseball 2012 covers all of your draft-day needs with key stats and analysis.





Breaking news, real-time scores and daily analysis from Sports Illustrated –

Andrew Luck told his Stanford coach that he wants to earn everything, and that’s how he’ll approach the NFL. Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III may be very similar on paper, but there’s more to the draft’s top QBs than meets the eye. Peter King got the inside details from their coaches.

Underground city beneath Chattanooga is more than a curiosity

As devastating floods chronically ravaged young Chattanooga, residents and business owners took it upon themselves to keep their city on dry land. March 7-11, 1867 — Rain falls for four days, ushering in the largest flood in city history. The Tennessee River crests at nearly 50 feet — 28 feet above flood stage — inundating downtown.


2012 NFL Draft – –

In just three years, Luke Kuechly was one of the most prolific tacklers in NCAA history. Rob Rang says if Kuechly can convince scouts at the combine, NFL stardom likely awaits. Full Story | More players with something to prove in Indy Rankings: Kuechly No. 1 ILB, 19th overall | Mocks: Kuechly 15th to Eagles?