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Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville was in stable condition Wednesday after being admitted to a hospital with an undisclosed illness.
Chris Kaman is back with the Los Angeles Clippers.
Minnesota's Joe Nathan is moving closer to regaining his closer role, throwing outside off a mound for the first time since reconstructive right elbow surgery nearly a year ago.
Even though the bracket has changed a bit, the way it is filled in by the NCAA tournament selection committee remains the same.
A day after an Omaha newspaper columnist criticized Nebraska for a lack of administrative support for men's basketball, athletic director Tom Osborne said the school is fully committed to making the program successful.
Infielder Orlando Cabrera has passed his physical and signed a one-year contract with the Cleveland Indians.
The Boston Bruins acquired center Chris Kelly in a trade with the struggling Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night.
The Buffalo Bills have released defensive lineman Marcus Stroud in a move that frees up salary and playing time for the team's developing players.
A soccer club based near the Olympic Stadium is urging British Prime Minister David Cameron to stop West Ham moving into the venue after the 2012 London games.