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How's this for a tame twist in the Sunshine State rivalry: Orlando's Stan Van Gundy is coming to the defense of Miami coach Erik Spoelstra.
Orlando Magic shooting guard Vince Carter is not expected to play against the Miami Heat on Wednesday night after he sprained his left knee.
The Dutch Football Federation proposed a seven-match ban Wednesday for Ajax striker Luis Suarez for biting PSV Eindhoven midfielder Otman Bakkal in a league match.
St. Louis Blues defenseman Barret Jackman has been activated after missing nine games with a sprained knee.
The Washington Redskins managed to hold a practice Wednesday, albeit a shorter one than usual and not at full speed. Nearly everyone was on the field, including a couple of new faces necessitated by the recent onslaught of injuries.
For once, it was understandable although not necessarily right that Arsene Wenger complained. No two ways about it: His team, Arsenal, should have been awarded a penalty when its substitute striker, Carlos Vela, was hacked down in front of goal by Alberto Rodriguez, a Peruvian defender for Portuguese side Braga.
Josh Hamilton thought back to the days when his career was derailed by drugs and alcohol.
The Royals have asked unconditional release waivers on Bryan Bullington, allowing the right-hander to sign with the Hiroshima Toyo Carp of Japan's Central League.
Danny McDevitt, the former Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher who won the team's final game at Ebbets Field in 1957, has died. He was 78.