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IndyCar driver E.J. Viso isn't worried the death of Hugo Chavez will affect state sponsorship of Venezuelan drivers, including himself.
The Washington Nationals entered spring training with much of their 25-man roster set, and with less than three weeks before Opening Day, the one spot they had in the bullpen appears all but filled.
Percy Harvin is headed to Seattle, and Adrian Peterson isn't happy about it.
Since it's expected the conference will have seven or eight teams in the field of 68, there won't be much drama, just a lot of games that will close down what is considered the best basketball conference ever.
Now 12th in the Eastern Conference, they're seven points out of playoff position and eight back of the division-leading Carolina Hurricanes.
Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving could miss the next month _ and maybe the rest of this season _ with a sprained left shoulder, the latest injury to sideline the All-Star guard.
St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny had surgery Monday to repair a ruptured disk in his lower back.